It's impressive what a couple of double lifts and magical counts can accomplish...
Easy way to make a 'hooked coin'.. This little utility allows you to ditch a coin in a heartbeat, leaving your spectator to wonder where in the world the coin went.. You can hook the coin on you, or if you're really ambitious, on the spectator. The video is a little over 7 minutes.
Posted by Rick Carruth at 2:39 AM
You've seen the sword stab.. the knife stab.. and even the pencil stab.. But Jay demonstrates a card 'stab' using... other cards. It's not actually a stab.. more like a grab, but it works and it looks good. This is one of the more complicated effects I've seen Jay Sankey present, but it's very performable with a little practice.. and I have no doubt you'll really like this if you take a moment to watch the video...
Posted by Rick Carruth at 11:31 PM
To quote Hocus Pocus.."Priority Prediction is a worker's delight if you're looking for a 'stop me on any card' effect that screams of "no sleight of hand". Premising on the late Don Alan's Big Deal effect, Priority Prediction allows you to openly show the front and back of the prediction at any time during the effect.
Posted by Rick Carruth at 6:34 PM