What Are the Odds?!
Three spectators. Three shuffled decks. Each spectator blindly reverses a single card in their pack. Despite the odds, all three spectators spread their cards to show that each have reversed the same exact card. A stunning coincidence!
Wax On, Wax Off
A classic of magic with a new twist and a new presentational hook! A spectator locates their freely chosen card by stabbing an indifferent card into the deck while the cards are held behind their back. The selection then proves to be the only odd backed card in the entire deck. No forces.
A random mystery card is placed aside. Two spectators now each think of a playing card. The first selection is signed and is used for an extremely visual transposition sequence in the first spectator’s hands. The mystery card then proves to be the other spectator’s thought of card!
The Time Travel Paradox
A progressive, four-phased demonstration of time travel that revolves around the Back to the Future storyline. Two selected and signed cards move along the space-time continuum, traveling from one place in time to another. Turning the hands of time back even further, the signatures vanish from both cards, bringing them back to the point where the routine started just moments before.
This routine explores the Any Card At Number plot like never before. The spectator counts down to a selected number in a deck that he has had in his pocket from the onset and finds his freely named card. A devastating fooler!
A new variation of head-to-head poker is demonstrated. Although designed to prevent any form of cheating at the card table, the magician is somehow able to beat the odds in this game every time. A beautifully designed swindle!
Five face down cards are removed from a shuffled deck. The spectator imagines that they form a perfect poker hand – all except for one card that ruins it. They blindly exchange one card for another. When the final hand is revealed, it is a perfect royal flush. Such a simple scam.
This three-phase routine combines a unique solution to the two-card transposition plot and Dai Vernon’s classic Triumph plot. Visual eye candy!
Let’s Cut A Deal
A red deck and a blue deck are shuffled by a spectator. They randomly cut to a card in the blue deck. Without looking at the faces, the magician dead cuts to the same card in the spectator-shuffled red deck. A complete hands-off wonder!
Cutting the Spades
A behind-the-scenes demonstration that allows the audience to see how the magician practices and warms up for his performances. The thirteen spades are produced in order from Ace to King from a thoroughly shuffled deck of cards, using a different and progressively more impressive revelation each time. The routine concludes with a kicker no one will see coming.
In-The-Hands Open Prediction (IHOP) Revisited
A new and improved handling of the most popular routine from Kahnceptual Card Magic. This is a two-deck solution to Paul Curry’s classic Open Prediction Problem. An inexplicable miracle with a new presentation!