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ONE CARD LINK
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ONE CARD LINK
Item #:
DV-0452
Author/Artist:
Beme, Sixten
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$36.95
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When Sixten Beme presented his Complete Card Link 25 years ago it was a sensation among card workers all over the world. That time two cards were torn in frames and linked together. A really strong effect indeed, but Sixten wanted to go a step further. After years of experiments and prototypes the final solution is here: The One Card link! What the spectators see: You take ONE card, fold it in half and tear out the middle of the card. From the frame you have left, you tear out a new inner frame. Now you have two frames from one card. Fold the last frame around the "leg" of the first frame. Let go and the frames link into each other! ONE card has linked to itself! Are they really linked together?--Yes, they are! Can you give them out in linked condition?--Yes, you can! The effect is incredible! It's not self-working. One Card Link needs some preparation, but as you well know--the effect always comes first.
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When Sixten Beme presented his Complete Card Link 25 years ago it was a sensation among card workers all over the world.  That time two cards were torn in frames and linked together.  A really strong effect indeed, but Sixten wanted to go a step further.
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