Improved version of the classic routine- with a bonus!
The basic routine goes like this: Your spectator chooses a card, and you pretend to have trouble naming the chosen card. That's ok- you have an "Insurance Policy" that covers you for just such a problem. When the spectator opens the Insurance Policy- there is a giant picture of the chosen card!
The Ultimate Insurance Policy is the new, updated version, with some fantastic improvements:
First, you'll get TWO insurance policies to use. One is the large size (18" x 24" when opened) and the other is the small pocket size (7" x 9" when opened) so you can perform this great trick no matter how large or small your audience may be. Keep the small size in your wallet (it folds up to a tiny 1.5" x 3.5"!) and you are ready to perform anytime.
Second, the policies are printed on heavy-duty linen paper, so they are built to last a LONG time, even with frequent repeated use.
Third, each of the policies reveals a different card. That means you can repeat the trick using the OTHER policy to get a different result.
Best of all, since the trick requires that you know how to force a card, the Ultimate Insurance Policy instructions include a detailed and illustrated, step-by-step guide to teach you EXACTLY how to force a card
, easily and quickly. Even if you don't know how to force a card now, you will be able to do so after reading the instructions that come with your trick! You'll be set to go!
History and Trivia:
George McAthy introduced the concept for this trick.
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