One of the early packet trick "hits" in the mid-1970's through 1980's, Tony Chauduri's The Sting.
The Sting took the monte style effect and made it entertaining and mystifying for the audience using a small packet of cards. Like its more famous cousin, Jim Temple's Color Monte, the emphasis was on entertainment value. Unlike Color Monte, this routine is pretty involved, and will take some time to learn. But it is a great four phase routine, each phase getting stronger than the last.
This is a previously owned vintage item from 1980's -- complete, with original props and instructions. (The original packaging envelope is no longer here, so not included.) Vinyl wallet is different than shown in this picture -- it is the classic brown fake leather look that was so prevalent in packet effects back then.
The cards included are Aviator bridge cards, but you could easily find necessary cards among the common Bicycle Poker gaffs available now.
A good trick and nice collectible for packet trick enthusiasts.
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