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When I created the V-Deck I wanted to develop a routine that gave the spectator the feeling of actually pinpointing the moment the magic happened.
- Peter Nardi
Imagine handing your spectator a deck of cards. They examine the deck remove and sign any card (absolutely no force). Their signed card is now placed into the box with the rest of the deck.
The boxed deck is now placed on your spectators hand. They look you in the eyes as you ask them to relax and concentrate on their card. You ask them to imagine that every card in the box is going to vanish one by one. Your spectator starts to react as they actually feel this happening. They feel the box getting lighter and lighter. It actually feels like the cards are dematerialising in their hands Now just watch their reactions as they freak out (This really is a strange feeling for the participant) The box gets lighter until it feels empty well almost empty When the box is turned over they can see it only contains one card...their signed card
V-Deck is very easy to do (almost self-working) and comes complete with a full instructional DVD that covers this effect in full detail. The DVD also includes some knockout bonus routines By Peter Nardi and Dave Loosely The V-Deck is something you will want to add to your act a true worker in every sense
What took this brilliantly clever concept so long to be re-invented in such a naturally deceptive way
- Gregory Wilson
What a great step forward from the original Rob Bromley effect. Why hasnt this been available until now Think of all those gasps weve been missing
- Nick Einhorn
To take a beautiful Illusion and make it more organic for the worker is a stroke of pure genius. The VDeck is a stunning step forward.
- Marc Spelmann