Vegas Aces ( Download & Gimmicks)
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Vegas Aces ( Download & Gimmicks)

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Vegas Aces is Cody Fisher's version of Open Travellers

 Expose the secret techniques of Las Vegas gamblers!

Straight from Cody Fisher's personal arsenal of strolling magic effects, get ready for LAS VEGAS ACES!

In an effort to expose the secret techniques of Las Vegas gamblers, you magically cause the four aces to travel invisibly from hand to hand. The last ace is magically rubbed through the volunteer's hand!

This is Cody's KILLER version of "The Open Travelers." What was once a very sleight intensive routine is now almost self-working. There is no difficult sleight of hand or secret palming. Make no mistake about it; this routine is a real fooler!

Cody writes: 

"My version of the "Open Travellers" plot is one that I created for strolling gigs. It is very easy to do and requires almost no sleight of hand. The special gaff does 99% of the work for you and also allows for some very clean displays of each ace before each vanish and the after the reappearance. The displays in this routine are simply not possible without the gimmick. It starts clean and ends clean with only the four normal aces on the table."

Online learning with HD video
Easy to perform with instant reset
Perfect for strolling or formal shows
Complete word-for-word script
2 gimmicks for red & blue rider back decks

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poor download inst. Review by idwal
Customer Rating 80%
Brilliant trick very poor download lnst , unable to pause or replay, had to reload every time.

(Posted on 27/04/2017)

What an ending Review by Peter
Customer Rating 100%
After some card tricks and maybee some with the aces you end with this. A Perfect ending, leaving the aces completely clean. Great!

(Posted on 27/04/2017)

Slick Review by jp
Customer Rating 100%
The routine is very slick indeed. I will have to give it a few hours practice before performing it but as you can see by the demo it's worth it.

(Posted on 24/06/2016)

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