We’re glad to welcome for the first time our very own content producer, Chris Ramsay, to an At the Table Experience. Chris is best known for his appearance on Wizard Wars and through his growing social media platforms. He’s a sleight-of-hand artist who brings a unique aesthetic style to his routines and his branding. Learn trade secrets! Chris looks at past releases like The Praxis Control, a card control that will fool, and Klepto, a card steal. He’s also brought some never-before-seen-or published effects such as a hilarious watch-steal routine and a fantastic version of the Voodoo Card, which will leave both magicians and laymen stumped.
Iphone Opener: A hilarious way to start off any approach using Siri.
Double Barrel: What a fooler! Fan out the cards and ask one spectator to remember a red card and a second spectator to remember a black card, then proceed to read each one individually and a reveal both cards.
Card-to-Mouth Again: A great, streamlined version of the card-to-mouth where two selections transpose.
You Do the Voodoo: An incredibly fooling and easy version of the classic Voodoo card effect, where the spectator’s signed card ends up ripped and burned on the spectator’s command.
I Inked Myself: The spectator selects a card and you reach to your pocket to retrieve a sharpie. The sharpie has busted and your pocket is full of ink, but within the ink, their selection is revealed. You then magically repair both the sharpie AND the pocket.
Praxis: Chris’ signature control explained with a fantastic and visual Sandwich card trick.
Duck Sandwich: Another visual Sandwich trick with a kicker ending.
Spread and Butter: A prediction card effect where the method is as fun to do as it is to watch.
Dipnosis: A pseudo-pickpocketing, pseudo-hypnosis effect that plays hugely for small crowds.
Klepto: An invisible one card steal.
Card-to-pocket: A quick card-to-pocket routine using Klepto.
C2P Corner tear: Tear the corner off of a single playing card and insert it into your phone’s screen. The spectator takes out the imaginary corner from the phone and puts it in his pocket. When he goes to take it back out of his pocket, it’s really there!
Another Time Machine: Chris’ take on the classic Walton/Freeman Time Machine.
Equivoque: Chris’ signature single card equivoque.