The magician shows a deck of cards and begins to make fans. After he stretches the card on his arm, tosses in the air and grab them back. He ends his performance by running some "falls" with the cards.
This is the comedy card routine that helped Woody Aragón win first prize at the International Day of Magic in London, 2011. The Bumblebees of the title are printed on the cards. Four bumblebees travel one at a time from one packet to another in the most mysterious fashion.
The Mirage is one of Dani DaOrtiz's favourite routines. It is a special deck of cards that combines elements of Hofzinser's Transformation Pack and Robert-Houdin's Protean Pack. It enables the performer to transform a deck of fifty-two different cards into a deck that is all alike.
This is a brand new approach to a sensational effect. The deck is genuinely shuffled by the spectators. No sleight of hand. None of the usual switching of packets or marker cards. The handling is super clean and the routine plays big. Use it in close up or for a larger audience.
This is one of Lennart Green's favorite effects. You show the audience a special deck of cards. Every card has a different back. You tell the spectators that each card was stolen from a different poker game, a souvenir of a winning night.
The deck has the "Signature Enigma" art work, on the "Ace of spades", "Jokers" and Box. The deck also has two blank face cards for performing. The bar code on the bottom of the box say's "Queen of Hearts" The Artwork was created by "Martin Adams".