Open Flame

To Be Performed With Burn Card Seven

A card is freely selected and handed to the performer The performer pinches the card between his finger and thumb and adds pressure he then quickly pulls his hand away to show his finger and thumb blistered and burnt The card is then shown to have a small hole burnt through it where the card was held This effect uses gaff card eight the Jack of Clubs Position the gaff card at the bottom of the deck and the regular JC in your favourite forcing position. You will also need a lighter in your right...

CAN be Performed With Burn Cards One Six

A card is selected and lost in the deck The performer takes a random card from the deck - not the selection - and holds it over an open flame Slowly, burns appear on the face of the card taking the shape of the spectators selected card This effect can be performed with a few different burn cards, however, for this explanation I shall refer to burn-gaff-one pictured above as the 2S with a 7D burnt onto it. This version of In The Smoke is best performed as a walking performance, as in standing...

To Be Performed With Gaff Card

A card is selected and lost in the deck The performer claims that he can transfer the pain from burning his hand into the deck The performer holds his hand over an open flame allowing it to burn When the performer can bare no more pain, he pulls his hand away and holds it above the deck He then slowly spreads the cards to show that the selected card is nothing more than a burnt shadow of where it once (Optional extra) The selected card is then found ANYWHERE the performer desires covered in...

To Be Performed With Finger One To Be Performed With Extreme Care

Now, performing Burn on your own finger may be as far as you want to take the effect, which agreeably is a powerful effect and a real magician fooler. The next performance explanation is not a suggested effect, but a tail of how I perform Burn, I would not recommend anybody try this 70 of this effect is the patter and presentation of performance and the effect does require more than one spectator. I offer the participating spectator an opportunity to figure out what is going to happen. There's...

Burn Thru 3 To Be Performed

The participant selects any playing card A pair of Kings are used to hold the selected card in a sandwich manor The performer holds the three cards between his forefinger and thumb slowly rubbing them together to create a friction The cards are thrown to the surface as the performer pulls away holding his Burnt finger and thumb The selected card is shown to have a hole Burnt clean through it For this explanation we shall use gaff card seven the 10H. Place the gaff card on top of the deck,...

Burn Gaffs Four And Thirteen

An index corner is torn from a freely selected card and placed on the deck The performer waves his hand over the corner causing it to vanish from the deck leaving behind a burnt shadow of where the corner was The vanished corner is then found ANYWHERE the performer desires This effect does require a little bit of a setup. You'll need a force card (in this case the 2H) for which you will need a duplicate. Hold the force card and its duplicate together as one card and tear an index corner off of...

The Gamblers

I shall explain this move as it was designed. to palm away the bottom card of a deck. Hold the deck in dealers grip Use finger one to pull the outer corner of the bottom card in toward the palm causing the card to buckle as in image01 Use finger 3 and 4 to pull the card down away from the deck toward the fingers, use finger 2 to align even more - image02 Grip the deck from above with your free hand and pull the deck back slightly, along with the palming card Grip the palming card between the...