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JeffHall
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I am interested in your most powerful-easiest card trick?
Mine is "Out of the World". I really get a lot of WOW's out of this one. Is there a better trick that this with very little practice.
thanks, Jeff
magicalec
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A great trick, which is audience tested, is Daryl's Lazy Card To Pocket. It is featured on his 'Card Revelations DVDs.
Alejandro Peterson
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Here then there, in crash one, is very easy and hits hard
Jordini
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Shake Change. (One handed top palm with the deck face-up)
"Illusion is the first of all pleasures."
Oscar Wilde

"If you only knew the hours I spent just thinking about practicing"
-The Amazing Jonathan
Jaybs
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I like doing Mixed Up Blues from Allan Ackerman's Las Vegas Expert and Every Move a Move DVD. It's a very easy version of oil and water, and plays strong.
Caution
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Card in mouth.
Mike
UBKuel, IBkuel.
LeConte
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Intuition by Nick Trost.
Drive Carefully
tunafish
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The Chicago Stab is my easiest, and most requested trick. I didn't think much of it until I tried it on my wife. She about freaked out. I tried it at work the next day, several times and got excellent results. You can find it on a video called "Chicago Bar Magic" by Randy Wakeman. Don't pass this one up!

Matt

Below is a link to see a demo video of "The Chicago Stab".

http://www.murphysmagicsupplies.com/vide......gic.html

Matt
Curmudgeon
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Overkill, I learned it off Ammar's Easy to Master series Vol 2.
Shane Wiker
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Paul Green's Jeopardy would certainly be high on the list. It uses very little sleight-of-hand, and is amazing.

Shane Wiker
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The do as I do card effect.

Gareth
*is tihs migac or am i sineg aonhter wlord in wihch i nveer lvied UNTILL NOW*
Bobcat
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The Pacoima solution by Jennings. (This may be spelt incorrectly, sorry, I can't be bothered to go and check). Anyway, it's in "The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings". Has only a control, a cull and a rub dub vanish but kills laymen. It's such great fun to perform too, as you lie through your teeth during the performance. Another would be Bamboozle by Ken de Courcy, probably the best self worker I've come across. Look it up. I think it's also appeared under other names. It's a lie/spelling trick with a 9 card packet that still baffles me as to how it works!
camador
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21 card trick
Julie
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Grant's Nu-Way OOTW = no set up, no suspicious handling, just do it!
budzy
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That IT!! In one of the Dover books

Frank
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Grant's OoTW and Blizzard rank high.

As does Triumph and Card on Forehead.

All so easy to do I don't even have to think about how to do 'em.
STAY TOONED... @ www.pete-biro.com
kloud
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Card transposition from Now You See it Now You Don't by Bill Tarr. One of the first sleight of hand tricks I ever learned.
Close.Up.Dave
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Deja Reverse by Tommy Wonder
John McLaughlin
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Paul Wilson's Gypsy Monte does it for me...Just one sleight gets a great audience reaction.
...NSA John McLaughlin, not CIA John McLaughlin
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Card Warp and All the Non Conformists (Skinner).....
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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