Color Aces in Bicycle This trick leaves your audience in hours of astonishment! Watch how a couple of ordinary cards magically become extraordinary. Red backed cards magically turn face up and face down. Jokers appear from nowhere. And for the big finish the backs transform to a rainbow of colors!
This trick leaves your audience in hours of astonishment! Watch how a couple of ordinary cards magically become extraordinary. Red backed cards magically turn face up and face down. Jokers appear from nowhere. And for the big finish the backs transform to a rainbow of colors! You don’t even need to carry a full deck; this trick only comes with the essentials. Perform this trick on the go with its portable premium packet holder.
A step-by-step instructional magic training is included.
For intermediate level magicians.
PRODUCT DETAILS - Single Packaged Unit Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches Weight: 0.2 lbs
A top packet trick
This is a fantastic packet trick consisting of 10 cards that has a very strong impact, and many people consider it among their all time favourite packet tricks. A packet of Aces is shown, and first the Aces start turning magically face-down, and then face-up, and then for an extra surprise, they turn into Jokers. But the real kicker is the ending, which can really fry spectators - it turns out that all the Aces have different colour backs!
Along with the trick you get a link to a page which has a 2 minute performance video of the effect, and a 12 minute tutorial video that teaches you how to do it. I've seen this trick marketed under several other names, including Queens Out of Control (taught by Gerry Griffin) and Carnival Color Cards (taught by Rudy Hunter) but it has a long history going back even further. John Bannon's Royal Scam (which came later) also has some similarities. This version from Magic Makers is called Color Aces, and the teaching in the online learning materials is by magician Kris Nevling.
The effect really is a mind-blowing surprise. In terms of difficulty, you will need to have your EC down pat, aside from that this routine is quite easy to learn. Another nice thing about it is that the cards are fully examinable afterwards. The cards are quality Bicycle type cards. A top packet trick I'm happy to recommend! - BGG reviewer EndersGame