Ice Cold ACAAN
A true any card at any number.
Ice Cold ACAAN is like nothing we've ever seen before. A freely named card is miraculously dealt at ANY number chosen.
ACAAN is a plot that's been done to death.
Mitchell Kettlewell has dug it up and revived it into a workable piece for people of all skill levels.
Unlike most ACAAN methods, which usually have major drawbacks, this has none. Zilch, nothing... nada.
• No force
• No stooges
• No gimmicks
• No memorized stack needed
& They can change their mind.
The beauty of Ice Cold ACAAN is that you only need a NORMAL deck and the ability to count to 52. Easy.
This really is as clean as it gets.
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Usually I'm not too fond of ACAAN's becuase of the sleights that can be easy but doesn't allow the effect to excel as you have to look through the cards, find their card, cull it and so on. But... this is an exception. This really does have the effect of a true ACAAN as you don't touch the deck as they name their card and number which really give the purpose of ACAAN that the card they named was at the number they named. Most people will complain about the need for a stack that needs to be memorised, but this can easily be overcome as Mitchell talks about in the explanation. Overall this is definitley a trick to pick up for all magician's whether advanced or beginner. Plus, it's only $9. Pick it up now and you won't regret it.
ACAAN is my favourite card magic plot and I've been looking for one that could be really straight forward, no fancy moves, nothing, just dealing the cards. I don't think there's any other method more direct than this one. In the video there's one presentation that I really love for stage magic. Mitchell explains that he goes to the audience and ask them to shuffle a packet of playing card at the beginning of the show. Then puts the pack in an envelope, continues the show, and performs this ACAAN as a closer. I really love that idea, and I think that is the real potential of this method.
The method is easy, but works well. Lots of time in the tutorial is dedicated to barely repeating the effect, rather then giving useful tips. Still many cool tips for performing. And the method DOES allow you to deal cards face up, you just need to use another stack.