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PRINCESS CARD TRICK--BICYCLE
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PRINCESS CARD TRICK--BICYCLE
Item #:
TR-3212
Author/Artist:
Daryl
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$9.95
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This classic mystery will baffle your audience and it’s virtually self-working! A group of cards is fanned before a spectator’s eyes. The spectator is asked to merely think of any one of the cards. At no time does the spectator tell anyone, write down or indicate his mental selection to anyone. Immediately, one card is removed from the group to prove that the magician has successfully read the spectator’s mind! Wow! The card is replaced in the group and the miracle is ready to repeat for another spectator. You can do this all day long. The Princess Card Trick is simple but powerful mind reading at its finest! To bring you the very best quality magic, we have had these special Princess Card Trick cards printed exclusively for us by the United States Playing Card Company on red, Bicycle Rider back cards.

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This classic mystery will baffle your audience and it’s virtually self-working!  A group of cards is fanned before a spectator’s eyes.  The spectator is asked to merely think of any one of the cards.  At no time does the spectator tell anyone, write down
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