MyMagic eNewsletter #1,017
June 4, 2022
On the last day of Live my friend Astor showed me a really cool (is that a phrase that I should stop using?) routine which I really liked. But he forgot to show me his latest, which he was out of. Once he got back to Hungary, he sent me a personal video of the trick. I don’t know why it fooled me, considering I am aware of, and have used everything involved except the simple shuffle handling which I never knew existed.
I think his new streamlined, and less expensive version, of his previously released Eliminator routine, is outstanding and has everything built in as far as structure, hook, and presentation.
Was looking at the commercial trailer for it and decided that the no-frills demo video he sent me would make a better trailer for all of you to see, and he agreed to let me use it. Watch it: HERE
He also agreed to include a private tutorial of the new version, which will be found in your MyMagic account, immediately after purchase.
This is a streamlined, less expensive, and self-working version of a previous Astor release with a surprise ending that stuns.
It begins as a very fair looking gambling/gaming routine where a spectator gets to decide which of two envelopes contains money. If they pick the right one, they get the cash.
Two envelopes are displayed, a red one and a black one. The spectator is then given a chance to eliminate cards, in the fairest possible manner, until there is only one left. If the last card is red, they get the red envelope. If its black they get what is in the black envelope.
The envelope they did not pick is then opened and it is full of cash. They lost.
But wait. What about the envelope they selected? What is inside that? When they look inside, they find a duplicate of the card that they freely selected!
Watch and buy: HERE
This is a custom designed and 3D printed plastic frame that can be attached to any hard surface using a single screw. It is specifically designed to hold a deck of cards flat onto the wall and can be used to display your collection or have a prediction deck in full view.
It will hold any poker-size deck of cards and will look like a piece of art… The deck can be removed and replaced at will since it is held by friction and can even be hidden and used as a deck holder.
Get one: HERE
A self-working routine using menu items and many free choices that lead to an impossible prediction.
Display a collection of cards with different drinks, appetizers, entrees, and desserts from a variety of restaurants. Your friend uses these as a menu to order a four-course meal. Once their choices are made, all the cards are turned over to reveal prices on the backs, with each item having a different value. Their selections are totaled, and that total matches your prediction!
Watch and buy: HERE
Stay happy, Meir
PS: Also received a shipment of the cool Astor trick and hope to offer it to you next week.