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You Won't Believe Your Eyes

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You Won't Believe Your Eyes by Dave Campbell

Dave Campbell may be a new name to you but in Scotland he is a highly respected card worker whose creations are both numerous and commercial. You Won't Believe Your Eyes is one of the finest card printing effects we have seen. Five cards, blank on both sides, instantly become duplicates of the spectator's selected card. The routine is visually stunning yet is quite easy to do. The instructions are detailed step by step and are fully illustrated.

One of the strongest points about Dave Campbell's routine is that it can be adapted to so many different themes. Using his handling you needn't restrict the effect to playing cards. You can magically print business cards, pictures, autographs and many more items, each of which will suggest a different presentation.

It is a versatile routine and as an example we have included an effect by David Britland in which the performer prints the back and front of five cards and then literally blows the spots right off. Superb visual magic that you will enjoy performing.

[Please note that this effect was originally sold together with six cards. This ebook does not include any of these cards. You will need to supply your own: two blank faced cards, two blank backed cards with identical faces matching the card you use for the effect, and one double blank card.]

1st edition 1988; 9 pages; illustrated by David Britland
word count: 3330 which is equivalent to 13 standard pages of text


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Friday 14 December, 2018
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