An instant transposition that is so very magical!
Take a deck of cards from its box and borrow a banknote from a spectator. Fold the note in half and slip it into the box. The box is immediately placed on the table in front of everyone. You could also put the banknote in your wallet and let the spectator hold everything.
Have a card chosen (say, the five of hearts), then hold the card at the tips of the thumb and forefinger in full view of all.
Blow lightly on the card and in full view -- it changes to a banknote and you can immediately show both sides. The card has literally evaporated! With NO SWITCH, you immediately hand out the banknote for examination. It is unquestionably a real, ordinary bill!
Point to the card box or wallet and have your spectator remove - not the banknote put there in the beginning, but the card that is now found there instead. No need to tell you that the card is the one selected. The card and the banknote have just changed places in full view in full light! An impossible transposition right in front of your spectators.
Now at the end, hand out the card and banknote for examination! Even though it's impossible, there is no switch of banknote or card. You really hand everything out immediately.
"I love doing this trick as there's nothing more FLASH! Everything happens in sight. If real magic existed, this would be it."
- Very easy to set up.
- Super FLASH! You have a card in hand, blow and you have a banknote!
- Seconds to reset.
- Use your own banknotes (Euros, Dollars, etc.) Nothing to put together.
- The spectator removes the card from the box at the end. Everything is CLEAN and EXAMINABLE!
NO BLINK is delivered complete, ready to go, with two routines.
One using M-Case and the other, your trouser pocket.
To present MickaÃ«l's lecture routine, you'll need to add M-Case or a Himber wallet.
What skill level is needed for this trick?
Can it be performed with a crippled hand?
The skill level is rated as intermediate, although we feel the handling is rather easy. The only skill really needed would be if you have to repair the gimmick, but that is covered in the instructions. However, depending on the nature of your disability, I would say that you definitely need TWO working hands to accurately perform this. It's not a one handed effect.