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Vampire Card Trick

by Vincenzo DiFatta

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Vincenzo Di Fatta (V)

Product Description

The magician shows 4 cards: one figure (the vampire) and three numbered cards (the victims). The vampire is placed on one victim and he sucks his blood, leaving the card blank. This is repeated until all three cards are turned blank. To finish even the vampire disappear and his card will turn blank.
Date Added: Jul 3rd, 2010
MLA SKU: ij8bFSqLuk69hMh

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August 18th, 2010 2:07pm
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Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
For a trick that has been around for some years, I'm surprised that I only learned about it through you-tube. It's very visual, kind of like mental photography deck meets packet trick. A man I showed this to ('vampire' being one of my staple packet tricks) said: "So...is there like a little button that you push on the sides of the cards to make the red ink dissapear?!"-an absurd, yet natural explanation to the effect. It's strong.
Some packet effects, for that matter, many effects in general, need additional WORDS to justify the 'why', to the effect. This trick has built in visuals, and story as well. Using three spot/HEART cards, PLUS all RED bicycle backs, easily equates color and image to blood. I use the King of Clubs as the vampire, who could be likened to Vlad the Impaler-if, the audience member has done any homework on vampires! Playing cards behaving like people is a favorite theme with me-court cards and jokers more easily humanized than spot cards. Playing cards as... [Read More]

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