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FLICK W/DVD
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FLICK W/DVD
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FLICK W/DVD
Item #:
TR-3474
Author/Artist:
Dobson, Wayne
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$29.95
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The animation sensation! From J B Magic comes Wayne Dobson's comedy card to pocket routine with no deck of cards and no palming. A spectator is asked to think of any card. The pages of a small 6 x 4 inch book are flicked through. The story unfolds as the pages pass. A small cartoon boy reaches into his pocket and removes one bicycle playing card. The magician states that this is the card the spectator is thinking of. To prove this, the spectator is asked to reach inside the magician's jacket pocket. They do this, and there is one card and one card only in the pocket. When removed it is the spectator's thought of card! No indexes, self-working and instantly resets. You can learn this in two minutes and it is ideal for strolling. Comes complete with specially printed flick book and DVD with step by step instructions and bonus handlings.

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The animation sensation!  From J B Magic comes Wayne Dobson's comedy card to pocket routine with no deck of cards and no palming.  A spectator is asked to think of any card.  The pages of a small 6 x 4 inch book are flicked through.  The
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