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Make 'Em Crazy!
A spectator chooses ANY card - a free choice. Instantly it is shown to be the only blue card in the red deck.
But in a blink of an eye, their card turns into a red backed card again! This is QUICK and VISUAL.
A second later, it turns into a blue back once more.
The back of their chosen card keeps changing with seemingly no moves at all.
Just a flip or a snap, and the card changes by turning it over.
Straight to the magical effect, no delay, no nonsense. How a real color changing card was meant to look.
The performer claims that trying to change the card too many times causes trouble, and the card is finally seen to have
NO FACE at all but rather TWO DIFFERING COLOR BACKS.
This card can be freely shown - it is one card only. The rest of the deck may be examined completely. A special method developed by Kenton Knepper does all of the work for you. You don't even have to do a double lift. Kenton has remade a classic effect he performed in his younger, technical card days, into a trick anyone can now do. It's a classic bit with a distinctly Kenton edge and gimmick.
THE SPECIAL CARD DOES IT ALL.
Kenton has performed this effect to rave reactions with real people in real world performing situations.
Audiences laugh, freak out, and never know that this crazy, fast-paced and eye-popping effect is probably the easiest trick you will ever do!
The gimmick allows you to show the card fairly and openly, time and time again. You can even flip it around in your fingers showing all sides.
NO double stick tape. The deck may be shuffled freely without concern. NO difficult moves. NO noisy sticking or prying. Nothing to get messy in your pocket. No rough/smooth
NO SLEIGHTS REQUIRED
And to top it all off - it's not expensive. We've made it easy to play with this gimmick and find your own interesting applications for magic and mentalism.
Comes complete with instructions and special Bicycle card.
Use your own red Bicycle deck or you can even borrow a deck and sneak this single card gimmick in to do the whole routine with their borrowed deck.