Color Monte
Stump your spectator with this variation of the classic Three Card Monte trick!
Ages 13 and up Level 3
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Color Monte

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A classic "con artist" game, this time with a great surprise ending!

Three cards are shown, one with a blue diamond and the other two with red diamonds. All the spectator has to do is find the card with the blue diamond. If he finds it, he wins a dollar. If he's wrong, he loses a dollar. Before long, he has lost seven dollars! For double or nothing, the spectator is shown one blue diamond card and one red diamond card, and asked to guess the color of the diamond on the third card. Of course the spectator guesses it is red, and of course he is wrong- the third card has a green "$14"- because the spectator owes $14!

Like this trick, but prefer instructions on DVD? We carry a similar trick, Bunko Bet, that comes with DVD instruction. Also, Carnival Cards with DVD is an assortment of gimmicked cards, including cards to do the Color Monte trick, and it comes with instructions on DVD.

What you'll get:
  • Color Monte cards
  • printed instructions 

Cards are Poker size, Bicycle back.

You will need skill in performing a specific but well-known card move. To learn this necessary move, please see the books and DVDs recommended below.

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Customer Reviews
5 Stars
Practice is needed
The moves here really aren't that difficult, but you will need to work on them. The key to this effect is to keep everything running smoothly. If you start pausing or thinking, it tends to ruin the entire routine. The most difficult move required is a double-lift, but since you're only holding three cards, it's really not that big of a deal.
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Reviewed by:  from IL. on 7/10/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Learn the Moves
Good to start out with for beginners because it contains the main moves needed for most other card tricks. Learn those moves with this trick and you are good to go for many others. Comes with a nice routine too.
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Reviewed by:  from PA. on 1/12/2015
5/5
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