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Jim’s new shortchange effect is a remarkable close-up routine. “The effect is tremendous,” writes Richard Kaufman. “Bunko is a perfect example of close up magic theater. An intriguing story draws the spectators in and then wallops them with magic.” Twenty dollars in change (five singles, three fives) changes to $19, then $14, back to $20... And at the end, the sucker ends up with just thirteen dollars. The routine is ingeniously arranged without any sleight of hand at all. A beautiful set of instructions, written by Richard Kaufman and illustrated with 48 full color photos, explain the routine in detail. Just eight bills. No folding, palming, flaps, switches or false-count sleights. The colorful, specially printed bills enhance the effect... Or perform it with real bills, as the instructions explain.
Created with Alan Wakeling, manufactured by Fun Inc., Matrix Poker is an amazing trick using sixteen specially printed cards. A poker hand is randomly selected, but the magician wins by matching the hand, and predicting the money that will be won. A self-working effect, complete with specially printed cards, folder, change purse, "stage money" for the prediction, and full instructions.
An amazing monte routine using a specially printed joker, an impossible guessing game in which the spectator can only fail. Complete instructions and unique cards for a number of performances.
One audience member looks at a greeting card and thinks of any word in the message. No force. Nothing written down. It's a pure mental selection. Then, glancing at other cards to confirm the choice, a second spectator is selected to divine the selection. Both spectators are fooled. The cards do almost all the work for you, thanks to an amazing arrangement of five special greeting cards. With full instructions and patter. It's a principle you'll marvel at, and an effect you'll love to perform.
This jumbo card monte routine uses an ingenious mechanical card for the changes; the routine takes you through each move, step-by-step. Produced by Fun Inc.