This product is also part of:The best-seller from 1986 is back.
You predict in advance which card will be named! Easy and fun.
This and That was a big seller back in the mid 1980's when the "Oscar" and "Phil" craze were at their peaks.
A spectator names any card (free choice) and you display that your deck has marked backs. They are all marked like "THIS" you say as you display cards in the deck as having the word "THIS" written on it's back. That's every card, but one. The selected card, on the other hand, has the word "THAT" written on it's back. Proving you know "this from that!"
Super easy to make at home and very easy to perform. And you are certainly not limited to 'This' and 'That'. With a bit of thought you can customize it to your audience.
First released as individual trick in 1986; digital edition 2009; PDF 12 pages.
word count: 1147 which is equivalent to 4 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Paul Romhany
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Monday 10 August, 2009
Wow - this was one of the all time favorite card routines I used to perform in the early 90s when I was doing regular restaurant magic. Many people since have come up with their own ideas but this was one of the first and still the best. This is such an amazing routine and the presentation is fantastic. One of my all time favorite card tricks.