“Wow! What a great trick! This has to be one of the easiest ways to produce the four aces from a shuffled deck. And it has a surprise kicker ending.” – John George, International Champion of Magic
Cards are shuffled face up into face down by the spectator, and the magician produces the aces as easy as snapping their finger. No rough and smooth. No short cards. No difficult sleight of hand. As a kicker, the deck corrects itself, so all the cards face the same direction. Look like the cardsharp of legend when you perform Easy Aces by Martin Braessas.
Here’s what happens:
The spectator shuffles the deck face up into face down and then gives the pack a genuine cut. The magician then quickly and proficiently produces an ace with a simple cut. The second cart comes shooting out of the deck with a flourish. The third ace is produced from the deck with a snap of the fingers and pops into the air like an acrobat. The deck is then fairly spread to show that it is still thoroughly mixed face up into face down. With a magical gesture, the deck is once again fairly spread, and every card is now face down with the exception of one card, which is the final ace.
Easy Aces comes with a specially gaffed deck that allows you to perform this incredible ace revelation with almost no skill required. An ace revelation with a built-in Triumph effect is the kind of magic that will crush your lay audience. As a bonus, in addition to the main routine, Martin Braessas teaches you a clever routine that you can use to perform an ace or king revelation using an ordinary deck. Both routines make you look like an expert card sharp without having to learn to deal cards from the center of the deck. Be the cardsharp of legend when you perform Easy Aces by Martin Braessas.