That’s Boris’s book ” Any Card At Any Birthday (ACAAB) by Boris Wild “. The DVD Boris is very thorough and covers all you need to know. The most exciting version of Any Card At Any Number from the ingenious mind of a FISM Award Winner! A prediction deck is introduced before the effect starts. Luckily Boris Wild’s ACAAB is one of the better versions. First, I find some personal joy in the fact that it was released as a book. You really don’t.
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No memorized deck or mnemonic work. Marked Cards reviews. So the fact you need a jacket to perform puts me off from the start. Also, not keen on not having the card pack on the table in full view all the time. Jiceh Special user France Posts.
In his constant care of giving sense to his routines and emotionally involving the spectators, Boris asks for a number corresponding to the birthday of the blris but any number from 1 to 52 can be named without any restriction.
The performer does not touch the cards. It stays “safe” inside one of your outside jacket pockets yes, you do need to wear a jacket for this routine. No formulas or sequences to remember. See a site map. It’s a VERY well thought out routine. Bit disappointed really, been wanting this for ages the description and reviews sounded great but unfortunately too much poetic licensed used as in many effect, bold statments and thin promises: The performer does not touch the cards.
It’s just not for you. Take a look at our Return Policy. I feel that the introduction of a second deck, solely for the purpose of pulling out the named card, isn’t exactly logical. Has anyone performed this or have any reviews on this routine? Some limitations to be considered include: We’re proud to let you read our mail.
Lester Special user Posts. Just my opinion on an old method, but from reading the forum, it appears it’s popular among the magic fraternity.
My main concern is whether you need to wear a coat or jacket to perform this as I am usually not wearing one. Bois DVD came out not long ago: First, I find some personal joy in the fact that it was released as a book. You can spend it on anything you like at Penguin, just like cash.
Ken Dumm Inner circle Posts. I think that’s a good exercise instead of jumping to the explanation. It really is a free choice. Two decks are involved. They can choose any number, !
Aug 22, However the trick doesn’t do it for me. ACAAB is my choice. Mr Wild has hued to the demands of the premise, and has delivered a useable method that he has undoubtedly refined over extensive professional performance It’s clean and direct. I prefer the “birthday” angle because a problem with this plot is when they choose high numbers and you’re on stage counting 49 cards.
I think that’s the option I would choose. No formulas or sequences to remember.
When I saw him do it, I believed. On this jam-packed video, FISM champion Boris Wild teaches his coveted method for one of the most powerful card effects in history. This has been out since a long time There is NO pre-show work!
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For those who do not, none will suffice. No rough and smooth No sticky cards No short cards No table needed No sleights No memorized deck or mnemonic work No formulas or sequences to remember No mental calculations to learn. No mental calculations to learn. Yes, it limits the numbers to 31 choices, but it’s so much more personal. A third spectator counts down to the named number by turning the cards face up.
What’s not to like? I was very impressed with this, really want to get it to the point of performance. It is very direct and easy to perform, requiring no memory work.
But just because it’s not for you doesn’t mean it’s a bad trick.