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At the Table: Danny Garcia
March 5, 2014
Season 1 of "At the Table" began March 5th with the one and only Daniel Garcia. Danny is not only one of the most influential creators in the industry, but he is also the most sought-after consultants for television magic. He helped sculpt the television careers of Dynamo, David Blaine and others. He will share with us many of his favorite effects, as well as lots of NEW material. Danny will also bring clips of behind-the-scenes work he has done for some of the biggest names in magic.
With these downloadable file you can keep and watch again and again.
You will see:CARDS:
- Time Line 2.0: A signed, odd-backed card vanishes from the box and ends up being the "newly" selected card. Workable, smart, deceptive.
- Red: A freely selected card happens to be the only red card in the pack.
- Serial Shuffle: A deck is shuffled by numerous spectators and ten cards are freely dealt out, which end up matching the serial number on the box.
- Serial Shufflebored: A combination of Serial Shuffle and Simon Aronson's Shufflebored. A smart, natural combination.
- Deepwater: A Do-As-I-Do Oil and Water Routine with a fabulous kicker ending.
- Open Coincidence (3 versions): A prediction is shown and the spectator freely deals the cards, stopping on one card, which happens to match your open prediction.
- 21: Two bills change places while one is held by the spectator.
- Engage (bill ring): Instantly fold an origami ring out of a dollar bill.
- Yellow Phone (2 versions): Correctly guess the item a spectator is guessing from a list on your phone.
- Credit Through Bill: A credit card passes through a bill slowly, yet the bill is unharmed.
- EMIT: Everyone travels back in time, which is proven in this interactive phone effect.
- Dough Boy: A coffee stir stick is pushed through a bill and then visually penetrates through, leaving no rip