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Impossible Location Card Tricks by John Carey - DVD

Impossible Location Card Tricks by John Carey - DVD

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Bigblindmedia presents

Impossible Location Card Tricks with John Carey

Impossible Locations are some of the strongest effects possible with a deck of cards. A spectator selects a card, it is lost in the deck, yet, somehow, you find it! But there are 'impossible locations' and then there are 'IMPOSSIBLE LOCATIONS' - tricks so strong and ridiculously fair looking that they utterly defy explanation.

Acclaimed card handler John Carey has cherry picked the 10 strongest, most brain-fryingly Impossible Location routines imaginable. Most of the tricks start from a borrowed, shuffled deck... and, even better, they range from totally self-working to seriously easy to do. The 10 featured routines all have squeaky clean handlings that will leave your audience with absolutely no where to go in terms of explanation. Indeed, the methods are so well hidden, you'll find that these tricks are perfect for fooling your magician buddies just as much as your normal audiences!

Every magician wants some incredible impossible card locations in their arsenal. Dive into this project and you'll be armed with some of the best ones imaginable.

FEATURED ROUTINES:
  • Impossible - Larry Jennings
  • The 7 Card 21 Card Trick - Mike Powers
  • Bake Off - Jack Tighe
  • Entrapped- John Carey
  • Bloody Amazing! - Steve Bryant
  • Lost and Found - Nick Trost
  • Counting on You - John Carey
  • Princess in my Pocket - John Carey
  • Waikiki Location - Bill Morata
  • Emotional Reaction Plus... - Dai Vernon
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Drew
Extremely disappointed

The packaging and description promise astonishing impossible location effects. Unfortunately, the only locations used are in the deck or in John's pocket where he openly puts the deck!

I was expecting some inventive steals and reveals but got a series of picl-a-card/find-a-card tricks.

Whilst the card tricks are quite usable in a card presentation it was not what I felt it portrayed.