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Impossible Card In Bottle! by Gerald Kirchner

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"I love this idea. It eliminates all flaws often encountered when signed cards are found inside bottles. What's even more amazing is that the whole thing is practically self-working!"-Peter Duffie

"Waiter, there's a card in my drink!"-Bob Farmer

"An amazing use of 2000 years of magic evolution."-Aaron Smith

A signed card instantly appears inside a sealed bottle! That's how the routine plays. No fumbling extra steps or misused moments. This is as clean as they come cleaner it absolutely sparkles!

A reputation maker, instant classic, any venue any time, etc. Forget the cliches, this is the best thing since sliced cards! You'll be struck back to birth when you see how clever and efficient this trick really is.

The instruction book is all-inclusive. Every nuance and subtlety is described in vivid detail. Even the freshest newbie will understand each step.

Alternative tricks, using the same gimmicks, are also taught. This is a serious box of magic. That's right, BOX of magic! The shoebox size packaging barely holds all the materials. However, once you decide which effects you want to perform, the gimmicks can fit in a watch pocket!

This is the stuff miracles are made of, a clever concept and flawless execution.



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  1. Posted by Gerald Kirchner on 9th Jan 2004

    Here is a review I got via email:

    I love your impossible card in bottle trick


    Nick V.

    Then this:

    Well, the instruction for me were very easy to follow.
    I personally had no problems with it.

    I really did like your solutions to the clean up in the end ... That is a Major PLUS.
    Effective Examinable tricks are THEEEEE BEST!!!!

    Let me just tell you this, I rarely read INTRODUCTIONS, but I must say, your introduction compelled me to read it in full for I was intrigued to know how this trick came to be.

    The last time I was so intrigued on an effect's history was Paul Hariss' Deep Astonishments, which I also read in full as well.
    But, normally I go right for the effect, then the secret, then a trial run performance.
    I must say I found much enjoyment in the literture you provided.
    I love when magicians pay respect to every element that provided some sort of contribution (however small) to the creation of their masterpiece.


    His email address is: Veester00@aol.com

    PS I made sure it was ok to post this, before I posted it. :D

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