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RIBBON CAAN--BLUE
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RIBBON CAAN--BLUE
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RIBBON CAAN--BLUE
Item #:
TK-0835
Author/Artist:
Vallarino, Jean-Pierre
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$24.95
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1. Give the spectator a prediction. 2. Ribbon spread a deck of playing cards. 3. Ask the spectator to choose a number. 4. Count to the number chosen... After several months of work in collaboration with David Ferrari to refine this trick, Jean-Pierre Vallarino presents you with a totally surreal effect and never before achieved in such conditions! Indeed, with RIBBON you are able to offer a real CAAN (card to the number freely chosen by the spectator) by only asking the spectator to choose a number until after having spread out your ribbon of cards. Once the number is chosen you just have to count and of course you will always find the desired card! Don't forget to show the effect face up as well, just to get the point home! Be careful, however: Performing RIBBON can have some side effects (sequestration in order to force you to reveal your trick, spectators fainting, etc...)
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1. Give the spectator a prediction.  2. Ribbon spread a deck of playing cards.  3. Ask the spectator to choose a number.  4. Count to the number chosen...  After several months of work in collaboration with David Ferrari to refine this
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