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Club Sandwich (with print instructions, not DVD)


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Another very clean and practical card effect from JB Magic, and typical of the best JB Magic routines, it is not hard to do at all.

This item is now released with DVD instructions, but this is an older issue of the effect (from 2003) which comes only with printed instructions.  (So you do not get the DVD instructions if you buy this older version, but you  also get to keep about $8 more in your wallet...)

Two cards are selected from the deck, and one is signed.  The selections are mixed into the deck and two jokers are taken from the performer's pocket.  The jokers are placed facedown on the deck for a moment and the first selection appears faceup between them.  The first selection is given to the spectator, who places it anywhere in the deck.  Boom!  Immediately it is found between the jokers again!   The jokers are placed faceup on the table, and the first selection placed facedown between them.  After a magical gesture, the spectator turns up the facedown card, and it is the SECOND signed selection.

All you need to do is a simple card control, otherwise, this impressive and magical routine is pretty much sleight-free.  Use your own Blue backed Bicycle deck with the gimmicks supplied.  

 AGAIN, I REPEAT, you DO NOT get the DVD with this older version.  It is not a hard effect to learn from only printed instructions.  (The Trevor Lewis Monte Move is the one move in the routine which is easier to learn when watching the DVD, but if you already know this useful move, then there is no reason to need the DVD instructions.  And thousands of magicians learned the Trevor Lewis Monte move before the advent of video magic teaching -- it is well described in the instructions).   

Only one of these.  Opened but in like new condition.

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