20 cards are taken from the deck and 10 turned face up, 10 face down. The spectator chooses which packet they want to think of a card from, and in the same condition, the cards are given to a spectator, 10 cards each. Just a snap and there are now 11 in one packet and 9 in the other. The spectator’s card has travelled across! But wait, another spectator saw a card…no problem! The magician snaps his fingers and another card has jumped across, leaving 12 cards and 8, the second selection has gone across! All done in the hands!
What we offer here, are three different handlings, which have been tried and tested for working professionals. Each handling has been improved and streamlined through years of performing the effects, and they all can be done with borrowed decks, shuffled decks, no switches, everything very open and fair!
These routines take the ‘Thought of Cards Across’ plot to the next level. We are sure you will find at least one of the routines that suit you and your performing style.
Gary Jones Thought of Cards Across Plus
John Carey’s Thought of Cards Across
Christopher Williams Thought of Cards Across
'Real world, practical and strong magic. One of the best magic investments I have made in a very long time.'
- Dan Walker. Professional Magic USA
'Christopher Williams is a smart man and his mind is like 100 watt bulb!'
- Simon Hughes. London UK
'I like David Blaine's Strange Traveller very much, but it uses gimmicked cards. Then James Brown came out with Brainless Traveller which is great! Chris came out with a method which is better in terms that there is no switch involved, and can be done all in the hands.'
- Nikyas. Posted on Magic Cafe
'I'd go as far as saying the clarity of your teching is BETTER than Mike Ammar who I consider the BEST magic teacher in the world at the moment'
- Kip Stevens
'Gary Jones version of this "Thought of cards across plus" is a killer, really simple in plot and really strong.' - Christopher Congreave
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