Jay Sankey's No Card Tricks!

Tutorial & e-learning. October 30, 2010 by bomb.

Jay Sankey's No Card Tricks! | 424 MB
English | AVI | 320x240 | 29.97 fps | DivX5 780 kbps | MP3 128 kbps
Genre: eLearning

Jay Sankey's No Card Tricks! - 10 Drop Dead Routines Featuring Jay's killer, NINE other brand new effects with rope, coins, bills, matches and even silly putty!

The Effect

•Quest For Fire - A red and white matchbook change places three times, the last time in the spectator's own hands! Lethal, and so darn easy!
•P.O.S.H. - A marked coin mysteriously travels from the magician's fist to his pocket. Not once, but twice! The innovative handling is guaranteed to make you smile!
•$ 0 Bill Switch - Featured in Jay's walkaround work for over a decade, you know this borrowed & signed bills effect is gonna seriously rock the house!
•The Poke Vanish - The best wooden match vanish on the planet. It not only looks amazing, but it feels amazing too.
•Hot Knot - Jay's been polishing this "insanely direct" routine for years! Perfect for both kid shows and adult performances.
•The Drop Switch - Created as a superior alternative to the ultra-commercial BoBo switch, this "moveless" & utterly undetectable switch is for serious coin workers only.
•Gimme Five -
Produce five wooden matches, one-at-a-time, from your obviously bare hands. You will not believe the set-up. Crazy, man.
•The Hypnovanish - The Holy Grail of coin moves. A total vanish of a borrowed coin (both hands shown both sides) followed by an immediate reappearance! And yes, you can do it in the nude. Weirdo!
•In VitroThe impression of a spectator's key moves from one blob of silly putty to another (thanks to a very commercial handling!) Perfect for Walkaround
•Strange & Stranger - A miracle inside miracle. Almost too powerful an effect. An application of the $ 0 Bill Switch that truly takes it to "the next level."


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