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I'm wondering if anyone has reviewed this new effect by Bizzaro. It looks quite interesting.

Here is a video of the effect:
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I've seen him do it and I know how it works.

I can honestly say that it's one of the cleverest things Bizzaro has come up with, and that's saying something.

It's simple, it's easy, very easy to reset, and looks great.

If you like card stuff, I don't, you will find this very fun to do.

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Hmmm, I will have to check it out. Thanks!
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Here you go:
This was posted in the ebook and download section by another member.
Posted: Jan 28, 2011 1:02am               
Demo here - http://www.emagicsupply.com/index.php?ma......s_id=117

This is an astonishing and practical card stab (with a fork!) suitable for close-up, walk-around, stand-up - you name it. If you like the demo, then get it.

Bizzaro has put together a very professional and thorough (yet succinct) 30-minute video explaining everything you need to know to make the effect look just like the demo. As Petty/Penn might say, the explanation includes a bit of a Paper Crane craft project, but one that requires more patience than skill. Bizzaro shows two ways of making this up, with the second approach requiring a bit more effort. It's worth it, though, as it allows for more freedom of display during performance.

At the current price, this is a steal. It's an easy-to-do, offbeat effect that looks like it would be perfect for restaurant workers, among others. You can use a borrowed fork, but you should practice with a similar one first to make sure it's properly suited (and in a restaurant, of course, you'd want to carry your own fork unless you have the waittress standing by to bring the diners another). Reset is quick (a few seconds) and could be done while moving between tables, with a little cover. With some thought and practice, you should be able to reset in a roomy pocket, or while going to an inner jacket pocket.

The cost of putting everything together is nominal, and the gimmick - which uses cheap, readily available materials - should last for quite some time.

Bizzaro says this is his first official download video. I hope he shares more of his ideas in the future. This one is definitely a winner.
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One QQuick question, This effect crossed my desktop, an after an absence in magic for a while...too long, I used to do a stabbed deck illusion (without trying to give anything at all away) using a home made block deck i.e. all but a few random cards glued together in a block. those in the know will know, those not in the know will not....is threek similar in scope?
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Got this yesterday and Threek is very nice! Great job Bizzaro. This is VERY practical and will be a great effect for the strolling/walk-around magician. I agree with the other posts- if you like to demo- buy the trick- you WILL NOT be disappointed! $16.00 is a very good price for this.

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