Magic Wagon ended the year on another high note with a wonderful card penetration performed perfectly and then some by Madison Hagler. Madison shows two routines which are a little different from the supplied routine and really turns this bad boy into a complete miracle.
The method has shades of Wolfgang Grosskopf’s Pocket Sawing in Half though Wolfgang uses a much simpler prop and his method is less angle-prone. However, I think if you perform this straight on, as Madison does, you can come up with more interesting routines using Magic Wagon’s item.
Either way Magic Wagon had another great year in 2021 and 2022 is just around the corner. One can only wonder what goodies they have in store for us next year, I can’t wait 🙂
Effect: An elegant wooden frame is displayed along with a regular playing card which is then inserted into a slot at the top. The doors are then opened showing a slit running across the middle of the frame. Now, a brass blade is shown and this is then pushed through the slit visibly cutting the card in half! The two halves are now removed showing them to be separated and as this is being done, the spectator can also see right thru the empty wooden frame. All is then reversed and the card is removed once again and shown to be fully restored!
- The card can be completely examined before, during and after the effect!
- The see-through aspect makes the effect seem absolutely impossible!
- The effect is completely self-contained; nothing is added or taken away!
The frame measures approximately 12cms wide x 12cms high x 8cms deep and has been completely handcrafted from natural aged teak wood with a lightly distressed oil finish. The beautiful brass blade as shown in the photo is also included.
Special thanks to Mr. Tony Curtis for coming up with the name for this effect.
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