QuickSilver by Mario Tarasini

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After almost 2 decades of submissions to Ellusionist, it's not often we're fooled... but Quicksilver floored the entire team. We all thought it was a camera trick. 


The brainchild of Mario Tarasini, a little-known creator from the small country of Lithuania, Quicksilver is one of the most intricate card gimmicks we’ve ever seen.


Do things like: 

• Speed vanish a playing card. 

• Transpose a selection.

• Teleport a card anywhere.  

& much much more.  


The best part is, Quick Silver does 100% of the work for you, all you need to do is open the package and start performing. 


Hand-crafted by Gimmick-smiths off the bourbon trail in Kentucky, United States, it’s simplicity and durability means it fires on command… every time.


This is the type of magic plastered on the walls of social media, used to collect likes and grow audiences. Quicksilver is pure eye candy, and unlike some social media tricks this is not the product of some clever editing.


Once triggered, you'll see the gimmick is so fast, you'll fool yourself.  


Get your handmade Quicksilver card TODAY. 

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  1. Max

    This card works well and the concept is great. However, it is impractical as it's hard to work into a trick and also hard to clean up. Good idea but needs some work in terms of practicality.
  2. Jorge

    I was skeptical, even after receiving it. I was nervous about the clean up. But after working with the effect, it's made in such a way that multiple touches can be added. I employed slightly different usage and the effect kills! The teaching is good. The effect.. mind blowing. It takes some getting used to but hey, doesnt everything? Great effect for the price.
  3. Scot

    Looked amazing while it worked. However, it broke on like the fourth use, (even with very gentle, almost timid handling). Didn't even last long enough to get good with it or figure out how to incorporate it into a routine.