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Triple C (Blue Gimmicks and Online Instructions) by Christian Engblom - Trick

Triple C (Blue Gimmicks and Online Instructions) by Christian Engblom - Trick

Ref: F1894

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Price 27.99 (Incl. VAT at 20%)

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"Christian always has very nice, interesting, and clever ideas. This one is VERY practical-- believe me."
- Juan Tamariz, The Master

"Triple C should be re-named: Triple I; Ingenious, Innovative and Incredible. Triple C is beyond words."
- Howard Hamburg, Legend

"Triple C is a wonderful utility tool that enables you to perform a variety of deceptive routines absolutely effortlessly."
- Jason England, Gambling Expert

1/3 the fat but all the awesomeness, Christian Engblom (1/3 of the Fat Brothers) is now sharing his most prized SECRET... a secret that he has kept for 24 years.
It's that good.

Stop manipulating the cards. Start manipulating the audience.

Triple C, the CLEANEST way to control a card or several cards.
So clean -- there is even a hands-off version.

Imagine letting the SPECTATOR shuffle the cards under test conditions. After a FREE selection, the spectator's FRIEND proceeds to read the SPECTATOR'S MIND correctly!
No prearranged stooges! The spectator becomes an instant mentalist.

This is NOT a Stripper Deck.
This is a true utility deck that can be used as a normal deck. It can withstand close inspection.
Even magicians that KNOW it is gaffed have trouble finding it.

"Triple C puts expert card technique and miracles at your fingertips."
- R Paul Wilson, Magician Extraordinaire

Now be part of the 'inner circle,' using Triple C.

Are YOU going to fool everyone with it... or if you wait to buy it -- are YOU the one to be fooled? {Video Demo}

Customer Reviews



  A subtle and clever gimmicked deck  When I first watched the online training videos I was a bit underwhelmed: "that's it?". However, the more I have practiced the moves the more scope I can see for using this. You will be able to control cards with panache and (if done right) undetectably. It takes practice, but it's worth the effort  (02/06/2017) Nick - Essex





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