Cash Grab (Lecture Notes)
Jason’s latest set of lecture notes which include five high-impact card effects. 29 pages / Comb bound.
The performer demonstrates a card cheating exercise. From a thoroughly shuffled deck of cards, he deals himself the four Aces. The performer offers to repeat the exercise with more challenging conditions: He’ll deal a stronger hand than the Aces to any position the spectator chooses. Not only does the performer achieve this, he reveals that he’s also stacked all four royal flushes.
Aces Rolled Up
The performer shuffles and cuts the deck. The deck is cut into four packets and the four Aces are found on top of each packet.
The performer visually demonstrates his ability to switch cards to win at a game of blackjack.
The performer deals the cards into several piles and bets $100 that the spectator can pick the pile that contains a previously selected card. In a desperate attempt to avoid losing, the performer keeps changing the conditions of the bet. In the end, the performer makes another $100 wager that seems impossible to win—and yet he still wins and somehow finds the selection.
Three selections appear between the Aces in a deck of cards held by the spectator.
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