John Gelasi - 4 Nearly Self-Working Card Tricks

John Gelasi - 4 Nearly Self-Working Card Tricks

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Four strong card effects with little or no sleight of hand that practically work themselves. These are not the self working effects you learn from books from a public library; these are all strong workable crowd-pleasers!
"I will be using something from this booklet!" - Paul Hallas

"A great ebook John!" - Kyle MacNeill

"All of these are good for audience involvement and there's lots of impossible magical stuff going on it's a fun book." - fonda57 (Magic Cafe user)

"Overall this is a nicely produced booklet with links to private Youtube performances which is a great service." - Felix Schellenberg

Effects included:

Dot Dot Dot: A card "created" by a spectator rises to the top of the deck with no funny moves whatsoever.

Spelling Bee Aces: After finding a selected card the magician is able to locate the four aces in multiple surprising ways.

Hocus Poker: A dealing demonstration using two royal flushes with a kicker ending.

Porcupine: Three freely selected cards from a small packet are impossibly paired up with their mates. Eventually all of the cards in the packet are paired up!

Each effect comes complete with an exclusive HD-shot video demo to allow you to learn each in the easiest possible way.

Also included with the ebook are exclusive in-depth video explanations of the Charlier Shuffle and the Matsuyama Principle.

1st edition 2012 15 pages.
word count: 3837 which is equivalent to 15 standard pages of text


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