The large policy shows the King of Hearts with an Ace of Hearts in his hand. Use this as a "magician in trouble" routine. Force your spectator to select the Ace of Hearts. You first name another card, and of course, it's wrong, so you pull out the Insurance Policy. The Policy shows the King of Hearts, which is also wrong. And then you say- wait a minute, I meant the card that's IN THE KING'S HAND.
Use this as a double prediction. Force one spectator to choose the King of Hearts, and another to choose the Ace of Hearts. When you open the policy, both spectators' cards are revealed.
Invented by the great magician Burling Hull in the early 20th Century, the Mene Tekel Deck has not often been seen in the last several decades. Now, this devilishly clever...
Penn & Teller are the grandmasters of magic. You've seen them on "Celebrity Apprentice," "America's Got Talent," and their hit TV series, "Penn & Teller: Fool Us!" They've broken box...
A pencil is magically divided into three pieces, then made whole again. Pencil can be examined before and at the end.