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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 14th, '03, 18:48



whos heard of this its a fantastic card utilite
its absouloulty amazing

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 17th, '03, 12:10

I have heard the name, but can only really guess it's purpose from the name.

If you have one, how about giving us a bit of a review on it?

... Tony

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 18th, '03, 22:28

okay well very easy to handle as its totaly self working bassicly what it does is changes cards things like that example:
a card sandwich with one card turned sideways is put on the table and left in full view the spectator picks a card from the deck and signs it
you rip their card up and show themthe card that was sandwiched was a joker you the take the joker and wave it over the peices of their signed card you turn the card in your hand over and you are now holding their signed card fully restored and the peices on the table are from the joker!

buy this trick

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 19th, '03, 20:17

Do you have it Luke? If so, can you tell me is it so kind of mechanical switcher, or is it sleight of hand?

... Tony

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 20th, '03, 16:35

totally mechanical no sleight of hand

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 21st, '03, 12:00

Sounds like a neat gimmick. Having said this, there are ways of accomplishing this trick with sleights, but if the gimmick is that good (and cheap enough), then it's certainly worth a look.

Thanks for the info Luke.

... Tony

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 21st, '03, 16:27

no problem m8 its £24.99 so quite cheap for what its

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 22nd, '03, 12:13

you can do this with sleights but the thing is you can show them there card being ripped up front and back

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Postby TheOldForum » Feb 24th, '03, 03:43

Hi,

If anyone has any questions about Switcher please email me and I will help in any way I can.

Richard James

richard@tricksinternational.com
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[Anonymously Posted by: 'Richard James -Tricks International']

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Postby Antonio » Apr 29th, '03, 20:08

Sounds good, but it is partially a D***** L***.

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Postby Johnny Bravo » Oct 22nd, '04, 19:51

Are you talking about this?
http://www.magictricks.co.uk/prodshow.asp?code=199

Seriously thinking of getting one.

While on the subject anyone know where I can find a basic card box bycycle size with a false plate?

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Postby Johnny Bravo » Oct 23rd, '04, 11:09

Yes silly me, we're talking about a card changer aren't we, not a deck changer!

Looks good, sorry I don't know the name of the person who gave the brief routine you can do with this case but could you or someone else add more to it as you don't actually mention what part of the trick the card changer is used in?

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Sam's Switcher

Postby Johnny Bravo » Jan 4th, '06, 15:54

I'm not sure if this topic is reffering to Sam's Switcher or another kind of Switcher.

Anyway with regards to Sam's Switcher I've just recieved this from http://www.topsecretmagic.co.uk/main.html (Speedy service by the way)

£4 for four.

Basically it's an envelope, small pay packet type. The quality is excellent, these are gonna last a fair few uses & at a pound each they ain't expensive. They come with detailed instructions & approx 10 or so routines/tricks which at this point I haven't read. Paper, playing/esp cards of similar can be vanished or changed or they can be used for reveals.

Definatly worth £4 of anyones money. For what it is & how it works 10/10

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