I am glad many of you were happy with my latest release. I cannot stress enough how good this routine is.
However, for the past couple of months, when asked, I would say that I am about to release the greatest coin trick in the history of the world!
I was messing around with Card Shark’s Double Decker forcing deck lately and came up with a simple routine I wanted to share with you.
Most of the long-time readers of this newsletter know my fondness for multiple out routines. It gives you a level of fairness that is difficult to replicate with direct forces.
Today’s offer also has a built-in rhythmic ending and themed around poison. It is also an excellent use of the "Do As I Do" sequences that we all learned as kids.
Rhythm is a very important aspect of a live presentation. You hear it in music, story telling, comedy, and often in magic. All my favorite comedians have a rhythm that brings an audience to a higher level of enthusiasm.
As many of you know I have an affinity for packet tricks. I discussed many times why I like them so I am always on the lookout for something different that I might enjoy showing people.
This week we will take a look at their other recent release using Sponge Balls.
I thought I would include a brief history of the 3D Coin and how it came into magic.
I wanted to re-introduce you to a Ron Frost classic packet routine that is easy to do and has a surprise ending.