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Sonia
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Hi everyone!!

I need your best suggestion to find a card to lemon version to perform close up.
When you literally find the card inside the lemon..orange....etc.

Thank you so much in advance! I look forward to hearing from all of you!
all the best

Sonia
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There’s 3 that spring to mind that I know of; Worlds Greatest Magic - Bill To Lemon, Bill To Kiwi by Car Coutier and Gazzo shows something similar on his Penguin Live Act.

I’ve also used Angle Z by Daniel Madison with this in the past. Hope those will be helpful to you.

Thanks,
Paul
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You may need to check CITRUS by Nourdine.
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On Jul 16, 2019, indomagic wrote:
You may need to check CITRUS by Nourdine.


I’ve never heard of this one, I’ll have to check it out. I’m obsessed with this plot lol
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Doc Eason explains his routine for bill in lemon in Vol 2 of his Bar Magic collection. Could easily be adapted to card. It's a time tested routine that could be done close up, or for whole room...
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Kozmo explains his (great) signed card to lemon in detail in his Tales From the Street DVD set. It's his closer.
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On Jul 16, 2019, indomagic wrote:
You may need to check CITRUS by Nourdine.


Citrus is a great gimmick! I use it in my stand up shows. The coloring came off of mine when I washed the gimmick so I had to repaint it. Fingernail polish mixed with baking soda to dull the finish works great. You, however, don't need a gimmick to pull of the trick, as in Cloutiers version. It's all about audience management.
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Sonia
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Omg thank you so much to all of you guys! sorry for the late response I didn't get a notification on this! I will have a look at all this! xx
Harry Murphy
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You might want to check out Rich Morotta's "THE COMEDY OF RICH MAROTTA VOLUME 1" DVD for his Card to Orange. It's a solid routine.
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My favorite is called "The Most Amazing Card Trick" - but it is basically a card in orange or lemon trick gone wild, and the spectator freely chooses the trick from a book and tells you what to do.
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Doc Eason has a great one in his bar Magic series.

There’s also a really simple one with a TT which should be self explanatory.
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Of course! A TT! so many uses for the TT. I swear it is the best utility any magician can use and everyone ought to get one and get good with it. Not good, great!
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But why do you want to perform this effect on Streets? why don't you use balloons instead? there are lots of effects similar to that, you need no or almost minimal setup to perform it whereas you need to setup lemon and what if spectator doesn't chose your gaffed lemon, I mean many things can go sideways...
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