UNSEEN (Blue) by Manoj Kaushal
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UNSEEN (Blue) by Manoj Kaushal

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Their SIGNED CARD appears in THEIR HANDS, warmly wrapped inside THEIR BILL.

Card to Impossible Location is a classic and for good reason -- it is one of the strongest effects in all of card magic.

From card to wallet, card-to envelope, card to box, card to shoe, to card to... well, you get the picture.

All magicians know the strongest magic happens in the hands of the spectator... UNSEEN does just that!

EFFECT:

You borrow a dollar bill (or any paper/plastic currency) from a spectator and you place their folded bill on a table. Next, you ask them to place their hand on top to make sure you don't ever come near it!

They choose ANY CARD and SIGN their name on it. The card is then lost in the deck or for that matter, completely vanishes!!

You ask them to slowly lift their hand and, inside, they find THEIR card wrapped inside THEIR bill!
  • Use any currency
  • No forcing
  • No palming
  • Card can be signed
  • No skill required
  • An instant miracle with you at all times
  • Comes pre-assembled ready to use
  • Full instructional tutorial
Manufacturer Manoj Kaushal
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Unseen Review by Archie M. from United Kingdom
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 40%
Satisfaction 100%
Always happy to buy from you - excellent service and effects. Not very happy with ‘Unseen’ however. Too big to use with a £5 note, too small to use effectively with a £20 note, and problematical with the new plastic £10 note for a number of reasons. 1. The plastic note unfolds fully, or at least too much, when they lift their hand, revealing the middle of the gimmick. Game over. 2. Due to note plasticity and slipperiness of note, it is difficult to lift note and gimmick off box cleanly. In the brief video you show the carefully set-up note in gimmick being shown to spectator. Easy once set up. But you don’t show that being done cleanly off the box with a plastic note, and that is where the problem lies. 3. Further to the above, because the size of the folded gimmick is so close to that of a folded £10 note, it is very easy for an edge to poke or slip out. So an excellent idea, excellent gimmick and excellent routine - with a paper dollar, or other bill with good relative dimensions. Sadly I can’t see myself using it with modern British plastic money.

(Posted on 16/02/2019)

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