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The Trick That Cannot Be Explained

by The Professor

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: Close Up, Hypnotism
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Lewis Ganson

Product Description

Picture it! It's 1960, you're hanging out at Lewis Ganson's house and Al Koran stops by and says, "Show me a card trick!". What do you do? If you're The Professor, you'd do The Trick That Cannot Be Explained.

A stunning feat of mentalism performed with borrowed deck of playing cards. There are no wires, no hidden assistants. A reputation maker that can be done surrounded. This was a complete sell-out at The Hollywood Cavalcade of Magic!
Date Added: Mar 31st, 2010
MLA SKU: Bm6uXxuC0k6zIOl

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April 1st, 2010 5:57am
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Reviewed by David Parr
When will magicians stop inventing card tricks? Seriously. There's enough misery in the world. This trick was originally published in 1960, which means that if "The Professor" had used his energies more productively we could have had flying cars and underwater cities by now. Instead, here's "The Trick That Cannot Be Explained."

Oh -- and if the trick can't be explained, then why are you explaining it, Professor Snape? And what makes everyone else so reluctant to talk about it? Is it based on forbidden magicks from the restricted section of the Castle library?

Actually, I think I know why the trick can't be explained. Here's how it looks when performed exactly as described in the instructions:

First, I wrote a prediction on a cigarette packet. (Did you know that cigarettes cost almost $8 a pack? I didn't, because I don’t smoke. But I bought them for this trick.) Then I asked someone to shuffle a deck of cards. Then I asked him to turn over the top card. Incredibly, his... [Read More]

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