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Cardinal Cards

by Yedid, Meir

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Meir Yedid Magic

Product Description

An astounding routine which can be used as an opener, a middle routine or a great closer. Cardinal Cards has a logical, funny and visual premise with twice as many surface changes as the average Wild Card routine.
You start with seven identical cards. One of the cards is dramatically stripped off its face and back, which leaves a blank-on-both sides center layer, referred to as "The Cardinal Card." As soon as you touch it to any of the other cards those ones also become blank on both sides, until your finale when you show that all the cards have become blank on both sides.
Date Added: Jun 10th, 2003
MLA SKU: dfCWTm9maicR3w7


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November 20th, 2003 1:16pm
Reviewed by Bizzaro.
Hey I know.. let's take Wild Card and make it blank!!! Albeit an original idea. However the handling is much that of wild card. Right down the to annoying laying the cards out in rows. Boy does that look contrived or what? Who does that.. and why!?

There was a reworking of the handling we came up with where after you rip apart the card and make them all turn blank (Visually I might add.. and all in the hands. No pesky table to get in the way.) you make the seperated card whole again. (Gee maybe I should sell that routine and give it a different name. Seems trendy in magic nowadays.)

Nice idea, but needs work to be sure. While the cards are not examinable, rarely will they want to. Our suggestion: Create your own routine to make it worth your money.

Then again, everyone loves a blank card right?


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