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Paradox Card (Blue)

by Mickael Chatelain

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Gi'Mick Magic

Product Description

Sometimes an effect is so surreal, so paradoxical, that even IMAGINING it is an accomplishment.

Mickael Chatelain is a genius to not only imagine it, but to create a beautiful hand-crafted method to go with it.

Imagine holding up a playing card. One side facing you the other side facing your audience. The spectators see the card has a circle cut out of it. You explain to them that the hole is not round it is a square. The spectators look at you like you are crazy but sure enough when you turn the card there is indeed a square cut out of the card. You can repeat this as many times as your spectators desire.

Includes a gimmick card and online video instructions.
Date Added: Jun 25th, 2016
MLA SKU: 576eee8594fa9


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June 27th, 2016 11:06pm
Reviewed by James Wood
Mickael Chatelain's routine for Paradox Card in the promo video is fast, funny, magical, and easy to do. He displays a playing card with a small round hole cut in its back. But when he flips the card to show its face, the hole is square. He flips the card several more times, first in his hand and then on a table, and the hole keeps changing from square to round and back again.

Chatelain's routine looks like a great opener for strolling magic. The trouble is, it works only if you are wearing a certain kind of shirt and can display the card on a certain kind of surface. Performance under strong light is risky. These limitations can make the trick impractical, depending what you wear and where you perform.

Because Paradox Card works only under certain restricted conditions that go unmentioned in the product description, I'm giving it only three stars. However, the trick may be perfect for some magicians in some circumstances. With a little care it can be performed... [Read More]

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