The French TWINS ARE BACK!!!! The French TWINS are known for creating powerful and innovative magic tricks! Visually transform, one by one, 4 torn pieces into the chosen card -- and then restore it in the spectator's hand! Have this superhero power in your pocket ready to perform ANYTIME and ANYWHERE.
You don't have to do use cards. You can perform this with: predictions, business cards, papers, pictures... you name it!
What is inside the box? ALL GIMMICKS INCLUDED READY TO PERFORM NO MAGNET VERY EASY TO DO 5 second RESET
I would say that it is a very cool and visual colour change, however it is quite hard to carry the gimmicks and the trick requires way too much pocket space. So even though I like the idea, I am not going to use it on a daily basis.
This is a good idea but i dont think its very practical. The ad copy shows them doing this in their hand. While yes this is possible, you will have to take them back straight away. Nothing can be examined (unless you have duplicates that you can swap in withoit being noticed) I have practiced with the included gimmicks and they havent lasted long. If i make them myself (they show you how) then maybe they would be ok. Overall its a great idea, and if you have great audience control to not make them want to see the pieces then this would be for you. It is very easy, almost self working effect. Not bad, but just something I would not recommend with much conviction.
Ready to go from the box and a really informative on line link for other ideas. I've already prepared a couple with different suits and backs and keep them in my wallet. People look totally bewildered when you throw the cut corner of the card in the air and it comes down as something else! Very, very effective.
I have mixed feelings about this one. Despite the Gimmick being ready made and an instructional video on how to make your own customised ones, I have given this a skill level of 4. The gimmick is self-working, the difficulty is working it into a routine. Basic palming can introduce it but it's not straightforward for beginners. One performance idea is demonstrated but there is no substance to it and obviously the gimmick cannot be examined. There are a couple of other issues which would make this ideal for video but it would require good audience management to pull it off live. Having said that I have been racking my brain to come up with a routine to do the gimmick justice.
(Posted on 30/06/2017)
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