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delgadil
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Hello all,

Somewhere in my large-ish magic library I recall a cool impromptu effect
where you take a stack of business cards (5 or so), draw pictures on the
back of them, tear them in half, mix them up and place them face down
on the table. The magic picks up a half-stack, the spectator picks up
the other. In the effect the magi and the spectator take turns placing
the half-pieces face down next to each other in a stack. In the end
the pieces are turned over to show that all the halves match. Does
anyone know where I can find this effect?

Thanks,
Kevin
RancidClone
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I don't remember that trick but there was a trick I saw on one of the ellusionist videos (I think it was Street Magic) called merger. Check it out.
El Mystico
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Sounds like a version of "Will the Cards Match" aka "Last two Cards Match". It was developed by Larry BackerIt is published in lots of places. I got it from Apocalypse. It is on Michael Ammar's Business card magic DVD. A google search will get you plenty of other sources.
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You might look at "Match Game" in Stunners Plus.
Peace,
Parson
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