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Knock Out Scrambled -- Dali meets Masuda


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This one is exactly like Knock out (see related items), but comes with a specially printed scrambled card, so instead of changing a random card to the signed selection, you can put a card into the screen, and it visually scrambles.  Take out the scrambled card and the screen is see-through (empty).  

You can also do the standard, non-scrambled routine with the signed selection.

 

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Knock Out - like Masuda WOW

You can gauge the greatness of a trick by how many imitators it has.  In the case of Masudaís WOW trick, the verdict is in, based on so many copies floating around on eBay and elsewhere:  WOW is REALLY GREAT! 

Mak Magic offers a nicely made version of the WOW gimmick, called Knock Out.  (Maybe should be called Knock Off!)

The effect is well-known:  A card is selected and signed.  Then a poker card-sized plastic screen is shown, and then a random card is put inside.  The face of the random card can be seen in the screen, and then visibly it transforms into the selected signed card.

Very impressive and not hard to do.

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Bicycle Design Gag Cards - Set of 4

You get four red-backed cards, custom printed with red Bicycle back design, in classic gag card motifs: the 14 of spades, the 15 of diamonds, the venerable three-and-a-half of spades, and a very fancy Tree of Hearts.

(Note:  these cards are NOT printed by the US Playing Card Company.  They are imported, and while they handle well and smoothly, they have a slightly different finish from cards produced by USPCC.  Also these cards are a tiny bit longer than standard Poker-sized cards.  When in a standard deck, they protrude about 1/16 of an inch.  So best to use them separate from the deck, in a prediction envelope of card box.  Or in the deck, they can always be easily located and cut to.)

We magicians think these are just silly gags, but if played well, the revelation of the 14 of spades, or the three-and-a-half of clubs, or even the Tree of Hearts, not only amuses the lay audience, but can profoundly knock their socks off, too!

The effect as I usually do it: Spectator picks a card ("freely" selecting the 7 of spades). You explain that your facedown prediction card cannot, of course, be the same card, but it will be exactly double his card. You give examples, "if you picked the 2 of Hearts, my prediction would be the 4 of Hearts, etc". After the byplay when he names the 14 of spades, you show the correct prediction! Another great use is for a blendo card effect: two cards selected (again "freely", the 10 of diamonds and the 5 of diamonds). Via some sleight of hand, a card box, or maybe some other switch, you change the two selected cards into one card that equals their combined values -- the 15 of diamonds!

Tons of possibilities... Get a few sets, because you may wear them out -- you'll be using it so much!

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