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RickVancouver
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Intuition/Out of the Blue by John Guastaferro (Brainstorm Vol 2).

The color change at the end is quite stunning, plus everything's examinable at the end (except the spectator).

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Stuart Coyle
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Twisting the Aces. Even works a charm using animal cards for kids and having each animal roll over when called to.
Paul Wingham
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For me it's "this, that and the other" a version of the colour monte (same moves different cards)
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For me it's "this, that and the other" a version of the colour monte (same moves different cards)
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Sympathetic Cards is definitely one of my favorite packet effects to perform. Lately, I have been using a version I bought from Aldo Colombini that uses Leprechauns and pots of gold instead of aces and jokers. Another really good packet effect with examinable cards is Alexander De Cova's Wild Card. I also use Poor Man's Monte which is on a Harry Lorayne video(It's an ungaffed Sidewalk Shuffle with no blank cards). Those three are my favorite packet effects.
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I'd have to say Color Monte (though I often do it with "normal" cards), Reset, and a variation on Dr. Daley's Last Trick.

Honestly don't do a whole lot of packet tricks, though ...
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Color Monte
Dr Daley's Last Trick
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Assuming the post means you end up clean with no switches which I believe the intent was, I have to vote for the color monte (or no gaffed monte) and gemini twins.
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Rainbow cascade by roy walton
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Dr Daley (with a different ending I came up with)
and Card Warp.
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Another vote for J Guastaferro Intuition and Out of the blue. A very complete routine with strong magic that fooled magicians !
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Bro. Hamman's Twins.
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Color monte for me.
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Intuition and Out of the Blue make a fantastic little routine together.

I don't know if you'd consider Guy Hollingworth's 'Quartet' Card Routines "packet tricks", but they are great. And if you follow the instructions in his booklet, you end clean and examinable.
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Did anyone mention Color Monte..WOW what a crowd pleaser. One I really like and did not get a mention at all. Roy Walton's "Cascade"...One super neat packet effect that is totally examinable...
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On 2006-07-07 17:34, Rennie wrote:
Did anyone mention Color Monte..WOW what a crowd pleaser. One I really like and did not get a mention at all. Roy Walton's "Cascade"...One super neat packet effect that is totally examinable...
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Check 2 posts above yours... Smile ...
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Joseph,
I was joking. Color Monte was mentioned many, many times. That is why I said it was a crowd pleaser...No one mentioned Cascade though..
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So was I...Just came out poorly....
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For me, Sympathetic Cards by Ronnay. Multiple color changes, multiple face changes. At the end, with all backs different colors, you can leave them for examination until the spectator's blue in the face. Nothing to find, nothing added, nothing taken away.

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Does anyone know if Peter Duffie's "Dazzle" is examinable?
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