Sunday, 29 May 2011

The Invisible Card by Gerald Deutsch

Apocalypse by Harry Lorayne
Volume 16, Number 1 January 1993
Page 2171 et seq.

Personal Comment: Works with any card... but preferably the card named by the spectator is near the center if you are using the method suggested by Gerald Deutsch. Of course if you can cull and palm any position is fine... but it isn't about the control. It's about the plot of doing stuff to an invisible card. I can see the right audience for that and the right moment. And when the time and the place is right I will definitely use it. I also love the fact that the work is done way before the actual reveal, giving you time misdirection that makes it hard for the audience to backtrack what has been happening.

Difficulty 3/5

1 comment:

  1. That is a nice plot! Thanks for pointing it out.