Multiple building phases, perfect for you pros. No matter how slowly you mix the red and the black, they keep separating
“John’s Slow Motion Oil and Water is a beautiful magic. It’s well constructed from beginning to end with each phase building and becoming stronger until the inevitable happens. All I know for sure is that this piece is going right into my working set. It’s that good.” – Mike Kaminskas
“John has put together a real nice and tight sequence here that allows for all the magic to happen slowly while the cards are face up. Also keeping the spectators focused on each sequence makes this a excellent version!” -Doc Docherty
“What a unique and practical approach to Oil and Water from one of my favorite card magicians!” – Jason Dean
“Typical John Carey — he uses standard moves in a non-standard way to produce an offbeat Oil and Water that fools and entertains real, live lay lay audiences. Love it!” -J. K Hartman
“I love this routine! John has made it so simple, it’s almost fair….” – Andrew Gerard
“John is the undisputed master at streamlining classics and Slow Motion Oil and Water is testament to this. A great version of the plot perfect for the worker. It’s super clean, very visual and surprisingly easy to perform. Don’t even think about it, JUST BUY IT!” – Peter Nardi
“A boat load of magic for such a small packet of cards! Fantastic construction!” – Cameron Francis
“Slow Motion Oil and Water is simple and effective – typically John Carey!” – Paul Cummins
“John Carey has definitely found the ‘sweet spot’ in this rendition of Oil and Water. As the cards magically separate, mix, and separate again in a progressive manner, so does the level of suspense and surprise progress with the addition of each card. This construction inherently infuses more drama than usually encountered with the Oil and Water plot.” – Jack Carpenter
Slow AND easy.
John Carey has knack for making a simple card trick into a miracle. Slow Motion Oil and Water is a very simple effect turned into a miracle. Four red cards and four black cards are placed on the table and then magically transposed. Then, you take another one of each color and mix the colors. Impossibly, the cards un-mix themselves. Finally, with no seeming sleight of hand from the magician, you end with the ultimate color separation.
Slow Motion Oil and Water is so visual. And it happens with a very simple method making it really seem impossible. The cards are normal and you can even do this with a borrowed deck. It really looks like you are mixing cards in the fairest way possible. And then, by magic, they un-mix or mix at your command.
Simple to perform method
Starts and ends clean