You wrap the deck in rubber bands and throw it out to a punter in the audience.
As your back is turned, you instruct him to open the deck anywhere he likes and remember one of the cards.
In turn you instruct him to throw the deck to anybody in the audience. That person is instructed to do the same thing. This is done to five different punters.
With Gazzo's routine you will have six people standing. You proceed to name each person's card and five of the people who looked at a card will sit down.
As a climax you will still have one person standing, and he will say that you have not yet named his card--which makes for a tricky situation. So you ask him, "If I name your card out loud, will you sit down. You name his card, and he sits down. You get a standing ovation Gazzo style.
A total miracle. Not hard to master.
Gazzo's Tossed Out Deck is the product of years of performance in city centers and busy streets around the world. What separates this deck from the others is its versatility (it can be performed for a small to HUGE crowd, anywhere from the street corner to an evening theatre show) and its powerful knock-out finish (It convinces the audience beyond a shadow of a doubt that you knew *exactly* which card everyone merely *thought* of). Less experienced magicians may see them as insignificant, but the subtleties that Gazzo has put into the Tossed Out Deck takes it from a neat mentalism piece to a working professional's reputation maker.
Gazzo is one of the most legendary street performers in the world, and he's spent his life refining his art and his magic. The tools that he uses to control and entertain crowds are precision tuned and ready for professional use.
Please note: Gazzo was kind enough to include his "Bra Gag" on this DVD. Gazzo asks that magicians please do not use this gag because it is a big part of Gazzo's current show. You'll love seeing Gazzo's Bra Gag, and we think it'll inspire you to create a gag of your own.
Running Time: Approximately 2 hrs 54 mins
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 12 April, 2010.