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Blizzard Review

December 30th, 2002 10:57pm
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Reviewed by Dick Anderson
When I first opened this trick and started reading the instructions, I was concerned I had just added to my "pile" of tricks I had bought that I'd never use. (That is why I really like this web site and will contribute freely to it!) However, as I worked through it and presented it a couple of times, I was amazed at how it stumped laymen and fellow magicians alike. There is a move during the presentation that is very bold. The instructions warn you that it is bold but also beg you to trust them and try it....and they are right! I've never been caught and the climax is EXACTLY how the description states: You have allowed the spectator to FREELY NAME ANY of the 52 cards and you end up with 51 blank cards in front of him along with his selected card. Everything can be examined at the end. It is every bit worth the $25.00.
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Product info for Blizzard

Author: Dill, Dean
Publisher: Intimate Miracles
Average Rating:  (4)
Retail Price: $25.00
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Manufacturer's Description:

A spectator is asked to think of one card and then name that card. Let's say, the Seven of Hearts. You advise the spectator that you will remove from the deck his Seven of Hearts and the other three sevens as well. You place the deck face down on the table as you ask the spectator to take the four of a kind that you have removed and point to the card that they feel is theirs, without looking at the faces. You immediately show that the other three cards are blank. You then turn over the top two cards of the deck showing that the "jokers" are blank. You then turn over the next four cards showing the "Aces" to be blank. You then toss out the remaining cards face up in a flurry of all blank cards, a virtual blizzard of white face cards. Only one card remains face down. They are asked to turn it over to reveal the one card that they had freely named. Uses blue Bicycle cards.


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