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A pair of court cards are removed from the deck and inspected by the spectator, before being inserted partially back into the pack - left out-jogged. A card is chosen, signed and held away from the deck.
With a flick of the wrist, the pair and the selection magically change places - the court cards are now held in the hand, and the selection is out jogged in the middle of the pack. Transposition, done.
Without missing a beat, another flick of the wrist causes the signed selection to jump from the middle of the pack and arrive, facedown, between the pair of court cards. A perfect Sandwich.
This is highly-visual, blank-and-you-miss-it magic that Justin Miller has made his bread and butter. Learn it now.
Run Time: 8 minutes.
I love this! If you're new and/or just starting out in magic, get this! The utilities used here are transferable to any trick you want to do related to this style of effect.
Another JM beauty, and a fairly easy one to do at that. This routine will freak your spectators out. It's a one-after-another visual effect that ends you totally clean and completely examinable. Simply awesome.
Another Miller Killer! It was a little harder than I thought it would be for me to get the trick perfected but wow it killed the spectators after I did.