I like the psychology in this effect. When you fail to find the selected card, the audience lets their guard down, which makes the production of the four aces even stronger (it appears impromptu). And the reversed card at the end is icing on the cake. This one is strong.
In Card Sharp, a selected and signed card is found clipped to a Sharpie marker. This one is a lot like Jay Sankey’s “ Paperclipped,” but the clipped card is not shown at the beginning. This one is good.
Sealed With Approval
When spectators look again, the entire deck is sealed in its box as if it just came from the factory. And if you like, you can open the box and show that the ace that you took out earlier is missing. The brilliant method is quite intriguing.
A rarity, a non-card trick from Forrest. In Brunch at Tiffanies, a borrowed ring is enclosed in a card case. Suddenly, a borrowed coin switches places with the ring - the coin is found in the box and the ring in the hand. And there’s a powerful second phase that makes the two objects switch places again, which occurs when spectators aren’t expecting it.
Sandwiched at the End
This booklet is for intermediate and advanced card workers who have already mastered fundamental sleight of hand. Forrest walks through the effects and expects you to already understand and know the moves.
-Wayne N. Kawamoto
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