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Impromptu Gambling Routines by Wild-Colombini Magic - DVD (SO)

Impromptu Gambling Routines by Wild-Colombini Magic - DVD (SO)

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This is a unique DVD assembling an incredible collection of routines on gambling and poker demonstrations, using just a regular deck of cards and virtually no set-up.

AMNESIA ACES (Karl Fulves): An amusing routine involving an absent-minded gambler where, at the end, he deals himself the four Aces apparently forgotten... somewhere else!

CHEATING JACKS (Aldo Colombini): The four Jacks are dealt between you and a spectator and you always get the four Jacks and at the end you get the four Aces!

STRATHJACK (Roy Walton): Three in-complete pairs for a Black Jack deal give just eleven. The spectator picks three cards and makes three 21's!

FIRST DRAW (Karl Fulves): Just ten cards used. The spectator picks five cards totally freely, yet, you end up with the winning hand!

BACKFIRE POKER (Peter Duffie): A devastating poker demonstration. You deal three times and you always get the winning hands. The spectator deals and he gets a Royal Flush!

MONTE PLUS-PLUS (Ken Krenzel): Just three cards and you will show an amazing three-card Monte routine!

ROYAL FLUSH MINI-STACK (Paul Swinford): A poker demonstration with fifteen cards. You shuffle the cards according to the spectators wishes and you end up with a Royal Flush!

MONKEY BUSINESS' UNCLE (J.K. Hartman): Great routine with three cards (a la 3-card Monte) with a surprising climax!

REAL SECRET STUFF (Karl Fulves): A tongue-in-check poker demonstration where you end up again having the four Aces apparently dealt to your opponent!

EXCHANGE POKER (Nick Trost): An outstanding gambling demonstration in two phases. Your poker hand is switched with four spectators' hands and nevertheless you always win: The first time with four-of-a-kind, the second time with a Royal Flush



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