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Total Vanish Review

Official Review

May 19th, 2011 12:00pm
Rating:
Reviewed by Jeff Stone
Well . . . this is awkward. I really loved Etienne Pradier's book Le Magie des Cartes. In fact I gave it a 3.5 star rating and a gem status. However, this one is complete rubble in my mind. Here's the entire ad copy:



A Playing Card Mystery

Effect:
A single playing card held at the fingertips visually melts away into nothing.



That's it . . . and you'll notice that there is no online demo. Any guesses why? Because you'd quickly discover that the ad copy is a crock, and you would easily detect the method. For $15.00 you get a "gimmick" which is basically a sticker that you have to add to the rest of the gimmick that you have to create. You get a little mini-booklet with just a few paragraphs of very hard-to-follow instructions and some images that make no sense along with some half-baked "alternate idea" that makes no sense, and finally, one could even say that this trick is racist since you have to be white to perform it . . . yep . . . you really do have to be white if you're going to use the method they supply.

The only thing that is a Total Vanish is the $15.00 bucks it costs to buy this. You'll give up your cash and have nothing to show for it . . . a total vanish.

Move on folks. Nothing to see here. Half Star. Pure Rubble.

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Product info for Total Vanish

Author: Etienne Pradier
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $15.00
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A Playing Card Mystery

Effect

A single playing card held at the fingertips visually melts away into nothing.


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