This time I start a little series on the “signed folded card in box” plot. The effect that a signed card ends up folded in a little box is a classic and has been performed by many top professionals and amateurs alike. I am a great lover of this trick and accumulated quite a lot of methods and ideas concerning this top trick. These I will share with you through my Scrapbook magazine. This is the first issue dealing with this highly interesting topic. After a lengthy and detailed discussion on my opinions, strategies and thoughts about this effect, learn:

THE WILD WILD WEST FOLD – A novel method of folding the card into quarters in the course of a single riffle shuffle! A 3-second-card fold in full view that can easily replace the Mercury Card Fold.

PRINGLES – When you try out this one, you WILL laugh at the sheer simpleness and directness of this card (or bill) into a sealed Pringle chips can. This is really for the worker – perfect for trade show and parlour magic.

ENTHYMEMATA – My usual thoughts on this and that.

1st edition 2014, 8 pages.
word count: 3905 which is equivalent to 15 standard pages of text


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