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ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERY
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ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERY
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ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERY
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DV-1244
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Tank
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$24.95
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A card is freely selected and shuffled into a deck. A spectator only thinks of a place where they want their card to appear. Without the spectator saying a word, the performer reaches under a saltshaker and produces the card. The spectator admits this is correct. Imagine: A person chooses a card and thinks of where they want it to be discovered. The performer removes their card from wherever the person is only thinking about! For the first time ever you will see all of the work behind this classic effect from Wonder Words. Now you can even use multiple cards, and never miss! One spectator's card may even end up in a place the second spectator thinks about, while the first card comes from somewhere else entirely. This has become a close-up favorite for both Kenton Knepper and Tank. A devious mix of psychology and words, plus new handling, makes this a surefire hit! Running time approximately 24 minutes.
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A card is freely selected and shuffled into a deck.  A spectator only thinks of a place where they want their card to appear.  Without the spectator saying a word, the performer reaches under a saltshaker and produces the
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