This is the classic Three-Card-Monte trick but using a new technique...A very strong effect, the very visual version you can see! Created by Henry Evans, the Cardmagic winner at the last FISM in Portugal.
This set is made up of Bicycle backs, but does not include thwe "key card" (card the spectator ends up with.) Add any card from a Bicycle deck; the color does not matter. A different color enhances the trick.
The magician begins by complaining how unfair The 3-Card Monte trick is to people watching. From a deck he removes a Picture card and 2 other cards and briefly shows what the swindle is. After this he gives the Picture Card
Knockout version of an Australian Monte Game! The performer displays three Aces of Diamonds and an Ace of Clubs, asking the spectator to follow the black Ace.
Monarch of Montes - Sultan of Swindles - Lord of the Stings. Seven visually stunning monte phases, all different. Do it surrounded, completely in your hands, without a table. Perfect for walk around. Resets automatically. If you can
Two replacement sets of special Bammo Monte Monster Bicycle Poker cards. Streamlined method for the classic Mike Skinner routine Additional monte history, tips & techniques.
Everyone loves Color Monte. It has so much going for it as a trick - ONLY three cards used. Super easy to do. LOADS of phases means loads of magic. A climatic final phase that actually does bring the trick to a new level. It
Imagine the Possibilities…We are often called upon to perform magic during times we least expect. Today's spectators have proven to be more difficult to fool than ever before. Chase the Ace is the illusion you can take wherever you go.
Show three cards; one with a blue spot and two with a red spot. Explain that this is a game for gambling, and whoever finds the blue spot wins a dollar, but if that person is wrong, he must forfeit a dollar. Then explain that you were once taken by this
Traditional three card monte routines are confusing. Half of the time your audience gets mixed up as to which card is which. And remember what the Professor Dai Vernon once said, "Confusion is not magic!" The magician fans