Jay Sankey's Moving Violation

Review area devoted to tricks and effects where props are involved.

Moderators: Mandrake, bananafish, Lady of Mystery, support, nickj

A web site set up to sell my book, THE STRIPPER DECK, and future magical/mentalism titles. Aeternum Servare Secreta Visit Magicbox for all the latest and best effects! Dude That's Cool Magic World-Of-Magic, Suppliers of quality Magic Worldwide Best prices around!

Jay Sankey's Moving Violation

Postby crozboz » Mar 29th, '07, 00:38

Effect: A playing card is freely selected and signed. Then the magician takes out a hole punch and punches a hole in one end of the card. It is then slipped into a wallet and "hypnotised". The wallet is then opened to reveal the card with the hole still clearly visible BUT as the magicians begins to wiggle the wallet slightly, th hole is seen to visibly slide across the wallet to the other end of the card. Instantly, everything is examinable.

This is a very powerful close up effect with a very simple method. Expensive for what you get, but not when you consider how powerful an effect it is, and when you think, you have a DVD from one of the best salesmagicians in the business.

Price: £15-£20

Value for money: 7/10
Worth the practice: 8/10
Easy to do: 9/10

All the best,
User avatar
Advanced Member
Posts: 1063
Joined: Mar 5th, '06, 19:35
Location: York (23:WP)

Postby Lord Freddie » Jun 24th, '07, 13:35

Hmm, been thinking about getting this one but hear mixed things.
Anyone else have it and would like to share their views?

User avatar
Lord Freddie
Elite Member
Posts: 3657
Joined: Oct 8th, '06, 15:23
Location: Berkshire

Postby Michael Kras » Jun 24th, '07, 14:20

It is quite good. I like to "out of the wallet" handlings. I give it a 7/10.

Michael Kras
Advanced Member
Posts: 1447
Joined: May 10th, '07, 01:54
Location: Canada

Postby magicmonkey » Jun 24th, '07, 21:36

This was reviewed a while back.
http://www.talkmagic.co.uk/ftopic14372. ... ion+sankey

You will probably find more useful info there freddie

not a fan of sigs, so I won't bother adding o..... oh
User avatar
Senior Member
Posts: 918
Joined: May 19th, '06, 20:40
Location: London (33:SH/ pt WP)

Postby Lord Freddie » Jun 24th, '07, 22:05

Thanks mate. I'm in two minds about this one and hoping it's as good as it looks on the demo.

User avatar
Lord Freddie
Elite Member
Posts: 3657
Joined: Oct 8th, '06, 15:23
Location: Berkshire

Return to Reviews - Tricks 'n Props

Sorcery Shop - Home of the ITR Playing Cards for Magicians Manufacturer of modern & unique magic apparatus! Web Design for Magicians UK's Online Magic Tricks and Jokes Shop offers kids and beginner magic tricks and jokes. MagicWorld Magic Shop for Magic Tricks Best prices around!

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest