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White Bikes

by Richards, Paul"

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(Based on 3 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Elmwood Magic

Product Description

You begin by laying a blue backed prediction card face down on the table. Then you display both the front and back of a red deck. With the help of a spectator, the magic begins. You ask the spectator to give a number of their own choosing. They now use that number to select a card. The remainder of the deck is placed off to the side and the prediction is now turned over to reveal that it matches the spectator's card. But it's not a perfect match because the selection has a red back and the prediction is blue. You respond, "No problem." With a snap of your fingers both cards now have blue backs. The audience is impressed, but you explain that the prediction you can understand, but where all the other cards went is another matter. With that, you turn over the remainder of the deck to reveal all the faces are now totally blank. This is a real triple whammy.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by sctcarts
This effect is excellent, but the booklet leaves something to be desired.

Every magician who performs also performs for a significant other at some point. In my case, it's my wife (you thought I was going to say something else, didn't you). Now she can spot moves a mile away, even when executed well. And the bottom line is, she just doesn't care about "move monkeying"-she wants to be entertained. And this one entertains her. That's a good effect in my book.

White Bikes is an interesting take on the color changing deck slash preditction plot. Relatively easy to do, there are some basic and intermediate slights that will make this one better than it's presented in the directions. The verdict? Get it for the effect and make it your own through presentation.
December 31st, 2002 4:52pm
Reviewed by Dick Anderson
I agree with the previous review and the fact his wife was impressed. When a magician can impress his wife, who has been the giniea pig as you learn new tricks, then you have a keeper. I won't repeat everything that was just said....I'll just add my endorsement that I agree with the last preview and recommend this one highly. Only one comment: Practice your misdirection as it is needed at one key point. Everything else is a snap!
February 10th, 2004 2:06pm
Reviewed by Merl Hamen
One the the better gaffed trick decks there is. The force is its weakest link. That said it is a routine closer. No card trick can follow it.

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