Gone by Daniel Madison
The performer begins by naming their own favorite card and asks a spectator to freely name any other card. The deck of cards is spread and seen to be in new deck order - but where the spectator’s card should be, is instead the performer’s. The spectator’s card? It’s been in the performer’s pocket since before the trick began.
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Format: Stream / Download
Duration: 15 Minutes
Very nice effect, this is a regular deck and there's no real gimmicks other than a tiny cheeky adjustment to a card to produce a heavily strong revaluation fair to say its for a medium level magician i also doubt a beginner would have much of a problem in learning and performing this well within a few hours practise,a good all round effect thanks Dean.
Absolutely phenomenal. While the effect seems like it would take some incredibly difficult sleight of hand, it is actually something incredibly simple to pull off. You will want to dedicate a minor amount of time to practice, though, just to make it as natural as possible. Due to it having 2 incredibly strong, hard-hitting moments, and the fact that it is done with a regular deck, Gone will certainly be replacing the ID for the spot in my repertoire.
What a so easy, original and freaking trick! It will take a bit of practice (and succeed by controlling your audience). The effect is amazing! Your 7 of Spades in the deck will create a huge surprise. And if you continue the trick like Daniel Madison did with the other card in your pocket, you will rock without any doubt. Really love to perform with this one.