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Day one: tricks:
Sandwich 1: The 2 jokers are put aside; a card is chosen and returned to the deck. She then re-appear between the 2 jokers that never come near the deck.
Sandwich 2: The 2 jokers are put aside; a card is chosen and returned into the deck, but not squared in it. As soon as the spectator will square the card into the deck, she will appear between the 2 jokers that never come near the deck.
A visit to Larry : My tribute to the great Larry JENNINGS and his visitor trick.
The poker demonstration that can’t be explained: My version of the Trick That Can’t Be Explain during a poker demonstration. Let’s do some jazz magic, guys!!
The Biddless Trick ( 2 versions) : imagine being able to do this classic of magic The Biddle Trick but without using the biddle move.. A table version and a cocktail/strolling version are included.
Tips, learning and concepts on shuffles and false shuffles
DPS and Bottom palm
Holdout’s and palming
Day two: tricks:
Oil and water (3 phases): My 3 phased oil and water, each phase is easier to follow and ends with a climax.
A simple ACAAN: A simple version from the mind of the great Dai Vernon (I always do it as a mise en bouche for the next version)
ACAAN (2 versions): A deck is given to a spectator to shuffle. The other spectators call out a card. The first one is asking for a number between 1 and 52. The card called will end up at that number.
(The 2nd version is an almost non-technical version)
My No Looking Poker Deal: My seven stud poker demonstration where the spectator can decide the number of player and which one will win the game.. The spectator shuffles the cards and the dealing begins. The named player will end up with the winning hand! Did I mention that the spectator can shuffle and /or cut the deck anytime during the dealing ??
“Handling the crowd”
A complete course on :
Dealing deuces, strike, side and front push off, covered, one handed from mechanic, full grip and my version of the ‘No’ grip.
Base dealing, strike, push off, covered, one handed from mechanic, full grip and my version of the ‘No’ grip.
And some insight into Greek and centre deal.
No stones will be left unturned and more…
Sounds great, no ?