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Topic: Marketed effects with giants cards
Message: Posted by: ekozuch (May 26, 2006 03:40PM)
What effects are marketed with giants cards?
Message: Posted by: evolve629 (May 26, 2006 07:46PM)
Aldo Colombini and Martin Lewis both have some wonderful effects with jumbo cards.
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (May 26, 2006 10:57PM)
Sidewalk Shuffle, Chase the Ace, Jumbo BWAVE, Invisible Deck, Jumbo split deck... and more...
Message: Posted by: Doug Arden (May 27, 2006 10:17AM)
The McCombical Deck is another good one.
Message: Posted by: ekozuch (May 27, 2006 11:47AM)
Thank you, but I mean giants, not jumbo cards, anyway, where can I find those effects?
Message: Posted by: Julie (May 27, 2006 07:43PM)
If you can find one of the original 3 Card Monarch effects by Harry Anderson (manufactured and sold by the original Sun Magic in Arizona in the 1980's) you'll have a great GIANT card routine.
Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (May 29, 2006 03:14AM)
Two of my favorites, that I perform often, are Peter Duffie's "Pick Me, Pick Me Not", which is marketed by Aldo Colombini and "Sidewalk Shuffle", which is marketed by Martin Lewis. They're both standard dealer items, as with most items listed above.
Message: Posted by: Doug Arden (May 29, 2006 08:50AM)
If you're looking only for effects that use larger than jumbo cards, Gary Summers has a "giant" 3 card monte effect that uses 11" x 15" cards. Available at Hocus Pocus.
Message: Posted by: chicane (Jun 18, 2006 04:01AM)
I often find a regular deck effect and just enlarge it to a Jumbo version for my own use. I did this with B'Wave years before it was marketed in a jumbo size.
My current favourite is a giant "Whole Card Jumbo" which plays well on platform OR in close-up.

Another effect that enlarges well for stage is Danny Archer's "Animental". My cards measure 17" x 20". Animental works best in the large format if the graphics are arranged in a square format rather than in a straight line as in the original regular size

Any court card will enlarge easily to an A3 size (approx twice leter size)using a scanner and an ink-jet printer. Print onto a photo quality 80 gm paper with a non water based glue. Spray with a matt finish clear laquer.
Message: Posted by: Paul Budd (Aug 31, 2017 04:20PM)
I've seen/done/owned/known about the Invisible Deck for a good 30 years now, but only recently saw someone work a jumbo version. He kept it in a bank bag (and even had a funny bit about what a bank bag is used for!)......it played very well for a HUGE audience! :heavymetal: :heavymetal: :heavymetal: :heavymetal: :heavymetal:
Message: Posted by: supremefiction (Oct 25, 2017 12:25PM)
Check themagicgadgetsite.com
Message: Posted by: Paul Rathbun (Jun 5, 2018 04:55PM)
Jumbo Coincidence by Aldo is great!
Message: Posted by: Julie (Jun 5, 2018 07:23PM)
The larger than Jumbo Three Card Monte sets are great when performed as originally intended or using just one in a McCombical-type presentation.

Message: Posted by: tgplano (Jun 6, 2018 05:45AM)
I bought a giant deck on eBay and do Chef Anton's Jumbo Monte with them. The trick is actually "Color Monte" enlarged. I do it at every show and it goes over great plus it uses "regular" cards which can be examined.
Message: Posted by: magicfish (Jun 21, 2019 05:50PM)
Big Parade of the Kings
Message: Posted by: jimgerrish (Oct 19, 2019 09:47PM)
From The Magic Nook (you'll have to go looking or send me an e-mail for more details) "Giant Monte" from 2005, "Ace Chaser", "ABC Stung Revisited", "Ghost Card" - all from 2011, "In Their Hands Hippity Hops (cards)", "New Ace Chaser", "Alice's Wonderland Monte"- all from 2017, "Mumbo Jumbo Monte" - from 2018, "Make Me" from 2019. All use cards as large as you can handle them because you make them yourself in what we call "Ultra-Jumbo" sizes.