The magician proudly presents an innovative version of a classic of card magic: the Four Ace Assembly. What makes it so new and different? Instead of aces, it's done with queens. Okay, okay... That's not a big change. But it really is something new.
Words are whimsical things.EffectThe magician demonstrates this by using six specially printed cards. One shows a picture of a lemon on its face. This is set aside, face down.To make sure there is no confusion, the remaining cards are dealt face up a
EffectThis is a quick packet routine involving four picture cards. One shows a rocket ship; it's dealt to the table. The others bear the numerals for a countdown, and the cards are dealt as the performer calls out, "Three, two, one... blast off!!" Wi
The classic Game of "3-Card Monte" with Jumbo cards and many surprises! Three cards are shown: two black tens, and a queen of hearts. The spectator is asked to "find the lady," but that's not possible, for now the performer holds three black tens- th
A perplexing piece of close-up mental magic. Six cards from a children's word game are used; each has a picture of a different fruit or vegetable. While the performer is turned a way, the participant mixes the cards, then chooses one of the items at