Election by Eric Ross
Regular price $15.00 MSRP / 0.3 lb
The best party trick with 2 decks and 2 people:
Grab any 2 decks and any 2 friends and you're ready to make some SERIOUS magic happen.
1. Give one deck to each friend.
2. Behind their backs, have them each pick a card and turn it over
3. When they spread through their decks, the cards match!!
4. But here's the big finish.. the chosen cards are from the opposite decks!
Here's the crazy thing: If you want to use 3 people and 3 decks -- YOU CAN. The power and potential of "Election" is pretty amazing. What's great about "Election" is that everyone ends up feeling special. The two friends performed a "super-coincidence", and in the end it's revealed that you masterminded the whole thing.
PROFESSIONALS: Eric plays the trick really casually. That's his style. But the potential to play this as powerfully as you like is built-in. Use it! If you want to play it simply as a super coincidence, you can even leave out the big finish. Just two people making a connection. You'll love this trick, over and over again each time you perform it.
Election is a hands off miracle.
A new, crushing enhancement to the 'You do as I do' routine or a shocking stand-alone effect with any deck. Two spectators are given two separate decks of cards. They both freely select cards and show the same card. This is all done in their hands with a normal deck that is completely examinable. Wait until you see the kicker on this one. Plus you receive three bonus tricks that are simple; not only in the methodology but also in the way they are perceived by your spectators.
Great magic should posses certain qualities; something a spectator can connect with, something that is visual and something that is completely impossible. The 4 effects you will learn on Election are just that, simple, beautiful and powerful.
Twisted- A great routine by itself but a better closer. Instead of a standard effect where a finger ring disappears, you make your finger disappear. It gets better... in a flash your vanished finger visually penetrates a solid finger ring.
Sucker- Visual, visual, visual. Bitten and restored sucker. You'll love the method to this one. It will be your favorite part of the effect.
Distorted- Eric's take on the card through bill illusion. This one is visual and impromptu.