Produce the chosen card on the back of an insurance policy! Two sizes included!
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!
You supply an ordinary card deck.
The large policy shows the King of Hearts with an Ace of Hearts in his hand. Use this as a "magician in trouble" routine. Force your spectator to select the Ace of Hearts. You first name another card, and of course, it's wrong, so you pull out the Insurance Policy. The Policy shows the King of Hearts, which is also wrong. And then you say- wait a minute, I meant the card that's IN THE KING'S HAND.Use this as a double prediction. Force one spectator to choose the King of Hearts, and another to choose the Ace of Hearts. When you open the policy, both spectators' cards are revealed.
Here is a FREE video lesson to teach you an EASY way to force a card, called the Cross Cut Force. Use this force anytime you need to control the selection of a card- it fools them every time!For this trick, you'll need to "force" a card on your spectator. In other words, you need to make it seem like he has a free choice, but really you are making him take the card that you need him to take. There are many ways to force a card, including the Cross Cut Force. We also carry several books and DVDs to teach you the different methods.
George McAthy introduced the concept for this trick.
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