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After years in the making, it has finally arrived!

We are proud to introduce to you the fairest and strongest Triumph yet based on the works of Jon Racherbaumer - Anarchy: created by Ryan Goh, a rising star from Singapore.

Imagine this:

The audience FREELY selects a card, remembers it and signs it, then places it back into the deck. The deck is then clearly shown to be shuffled into a complete mess, face up into face down. At the snap of your fingers, you are able to instantly turn every single card face down except for their selection, leaving it to be the only face-up card in the entire deck. Just when they think the effect is over, with NO EXTRA MOVEMENT, you turn over the deck and reveal that the entire deck has been restored to new deck order. As a final kicker, their selection is restored to its EXACT location in new deck order.

Unlike existing triumph effects, Anarchy allows you to show both the front AND the back of the deck throughout the trick, from beginning to end.

In the instructional video, Ryan also teaches a completely sleight-free variation of the classic Triumph effect, where the restoration of the deck is done during the display of a ribbon spread, visually turning over every face-up card one by one, without squaring the deck.

To ease the workings of the effect and for the best experience of the user, we have also taken the extra efforts to produce Anarchy in premium bee stock and air-cushion finish. In addition, Anarchy is also traditionally cut.

What you will receive?

- One custom printed Anarchy deck (red only)
- Approximately 40 minutes of in-depth online instructions by Ryan Goh and Avi Yap
- One PDF manual

Thoughts from the professional magicians:

"Wow! That was incredible. It fooled me. Thanks for sharing your magic with me."
- Wayne Houchin

"If you're going to use a gaffed deck, it better look innocent and produces a miracle moment. Anarchy does exactly that - and you get all the credit!"
- Gregory Wilson

"This trick is going to BLOW your audience's minds!!!"
- Harapan Ong

More info:
https://www.murphysmagic.com/Product.aspx?id=63389

Best regards,
Titanas
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Unlike existing triumph effects, Anarchy allows you to show both the front AND the back of the deck throughout the trick, from beginning to end.



Triumph has been a staple classic in my table hopping set for over 20 years now... This looks good indeed, and I'm looking forward to trying it out

MoM have it on the site now, shipping from the UK here: https://www.magicshop-deals.com/products/anarchy-by-ryan-goh

It's release day is July 1st

Hope this helps
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I’m a sucker for Triumph routines. Can’t wait to hear some reviews.
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This looks super great. In the last few months we have had “Live and Let Dai”, “Blank Inside” and “Any Card” to name the excellent single trick decks that come mind. How many decks can even someone with a lot of pockets carry ?
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Given the way the routine is executed in the trailer, if one can do a perfect faro, why not do this whole routine without a gimmicked deck? I've been doing an almost identical version of this with an ungimmicked deck for years, except the deck is legitimately shuffled by me and then the spectator.

This reminds me of Dean Dill's New World and An Unexpected Triumph by Magician Anonymous (I own both). Of course, the ending in NDO is what makes this deck unique in printing.

I suppose I'm just confused about the practicality of this deck.
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Ungimmicked triumph routines suck.
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Pegasus, would you please just tell us what you really think
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Ungimmicked triumph routines suck.


Cool.

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Pegasus, would you please just tell us what you really think


It seems as though he thinks ungimmicked triumph routines suck.
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Pegasus, would you please just tell us what you really think


It seems as though he thinks ungimmicked triumph routines suck.



I literally laughed out loud
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Pegasus, would you please just tell us what you really think


It seems as though he thinks ungimmicked triumph routines suck.


I'd love for him to take a look at Kostya's... IMHO, there's no better ungimmicked triumph
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I'd love for him to take a look at Kostya's... IMHO, there's no better ungimmicked triumph


Uses a cull, correct? Where is this detailed?
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I'd love for him to take a look at Kostya's... IMHO, there's no better ungimmicked triumph


Uses a cull, correct? Where is this detailed?


It does and unless you’re locked up in solitary confinement for 5 years with just a deck of cards forget it.
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It does and unless you’re locked up in solitary confinement for 5 years with just a deck of cards forget it.


The solitary confinement being caused by social awkwardness, I think you described just about every card magician.
Please check regularly if you are becoming the type of magician Jerry Seinfeld jokes about. (This applies to mentalists as well.)
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It does and unless you’re locked up in solitary confinement for 5 years with just a deck of cards forget it.


I certainly don't think your experience with becoming good at something is the standard for everyone's experience. If it takes you 5 years to become good at a single triumph routine, that's fine; but everyone is different. I've been manipulating cards for about 25 years, and my experience is also unique. For me, it was harder to learn a perfect faro than to learn the moves necessary to do the rest of the triumph routine. But, again, this is my experience.
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It does and unless you’re locked up in solitary confinement for 5 years with just a deck of cards forget it.


The solitary confinement being caused by social awkwardness, I think you described just about every card magician.


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In my humble opinion this isn't the strongest triumph yet..the strongest is the version on the trilby deck trailer with two participants..and is far more magical in appearance..and seemingly more impossible...This seems to me like a deck that has a certain trilby deck trait..to pull this off.
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Joshua Jay did a very good ungimmicked triumph he picked up from a French magician. I didn't try it, but it didn't seem like a knuckle buster - just deceptive
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Guessing the kicker - new deck order - is dependent on a pretty good faro here?
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On Jun 21, 2019, Yepski wrote:
Pegasus, would you please just tell us what you really think


It seems as though he thinks ungimmicked triumph routines suck.


I'd love for him to take a look at Kostya's... IMHO, there's no better ungimmicked triumph

I'm late to this conversation, but I really like Bannon's Triumph as well; he teaches it in one of his Move Zero videos. I pair it with the Chicago Opener: I show the faces of the card quickly, false overhand shuffle, Chicago Opener, another false shuffle, and the deck is already set up for Bannon's Triumph. BT is the one where they pick a card, you break the deck into four stacks, turn stacks 2 and 4 face up, then shuffle them together stack by stack. Then you tell them that something in the arrangement of the cards will tell you what card they chose. You spread the deck, and the only face-up cards are (for example) the clubs, and they're all in perfect ace-king order, with the missing card being the spectator's selection.
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