JackBlack by Geraint Clarke
JackBlack is a devastatingly fair, handsfree Blackjack demonstration.
You can control who wins or loses without ever touching the deck.... and the spectator can shuffle multiple times.
Fairly dealing you or themselves either winning or losing hands.
You control luck.
- Normal Deck
- No Deck Switches
- Spectator Shuffles
However, This isn't a surefire trick that you can perform over and over again, with the same boring outcome.
The great thing about this, is that it never fails, but double Blackjack is one of the best outcomes.
In this download Geraint will talk you through his presentation to ensure the odds of hitting Blackjack are significantly stacked in your favor, and how to recover the trick if they fairly deal themselves a different hand.
He will also teach you his subtleties on how to predict exactly what card they'll need to Win. Confirming you knew what they would deal all along.
Developed over years of real-world performance, we welcome you to the first of the 'Park Cottage Sessions'.
This is JackBlack.
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Summaryi bought this trick after looking at the reviews online and it looked really amazing... at first. something they tell you in the trailer is that getting black jack twice in a row was the best case, and it is also true that the odds are against you getting black jack more then getting just a winning hand. more often then not the winner will end up with 20. it is true that you control the luck, but there are so many things that the spectator can do to ruin the trick. especially if they shuffle more then once, oh and it has to be an overhand shuffle which i found that a lot of spectators actually don't know how to do. furthermore, the trick can only be done twice, honestly would be more entertaining to play black jack lol. Geraint is a brilliant magician and this is a clever idea, but i am somewhat disappointed with how the trick works. i wouldn't recommend this, unless you just need to know how it is done
SummaryReally cool effect. BUT, (without giving it away) unfortunately you cannot control how your spectator shuffles.
This is why 4 stars.
SummaryWell, its not bad, but it could be better... the spectator doesn't hit a black jack every time - but thats the only real problem