Vector by Patrick Kun
Vector is a visual Haunted Deck effect that is as impromptu as it gets. Staying true to the Haunted Deck style, your spectator selects a card, then actually sees the deck split on its own through sheer force of mental will. In a surprising climax, the spectator's card ejects itself from the pack.
Many Haunted Decks must be performed with gimmicks. Vector can be performed anytime, anywhere with any deck. Borrowed, old or new. No magnets, no threads, no reels, no gaffs, no hook-ups. No nothing. Just your hands and a borrowed deck of cards.
<strong>Run-time:</strong> 10 minutes
This trick is THE BOMB get it. Just like any trick it takes practice but when you get it down you'll be amazed by the reactions of your spectators.........GET IT
Can't beat the price for this amazing move. It will take some practice, but if you believe in your craft, it's no different than what you're already doing anyway. BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT.
Does it take practice?- YES
Is it impossible?-NO
Is it worth the money?- NO DOUBT
WOW factor- Absolutely! BUY IT.
Completely impromptu, can be done with any deck, can be borrowed, could even be an old sticky deck. You have to be a bit careful with the angles though. Overall a great effect, very much worth $10.
This is a complete impromptu effect. If you are in magic for some years then this move will be at your finger tips. And even for a beginner performing the effect is not that difficult with some days practise.
Kinda difficult, but good explanations and great effect.
I thought it was impossible to do for at least 3 or 4 days. After that, I started doing the miracle, and after a week I am almost ready to perform this trick.
Take a classic move and make a whole new effect with it, I found the trick very easy to preform and had no problem with a little practice. Get it you wont regret this purchase!
This is a great effect, the method is a little difficult but like any difficult effect, it is not impossible and simply needs practice.
great impromptu trick extremely visual haunted deck
the method is amazing, the pop out is just kind of angle-y. it is very well explained though. :)
At first i thought i would never get the hang of this, but after about a week i had it mastered and its one of my favourite card effects!