You'll find seven master magicians each with their own interpretation of this classic small packet trick. Steve Dacri begins with a highly commercial version where the magician's signature appears on a number of cards that have previously been shown blank. Up next, Tommy Wonder's version is a tour-de-force of routining that also makes it perfect for strolling magic situations. In Harry Allen's performance, blank cards all change to match the one odd card while Eric DeCamps changes a packet of jokers into seven Threes of Hearts to show, in a highly visual finale, why 21 gets the big money. Boris Wild changes several double-backed cards, and eventually the entire deck, to match a free selection while Darwin Ortiz performs and teaches what has become a modern-day classic version of the Wild Card effect. Finally, Scotty York gets behind the bar and shows off his very dramatic version of Peter Kane's Gypsy Curse.
Wild Card belongs on the very short list of tricks that look like real magic to laypeople, and you'll find seven of the very best versions of this effect ever created.
- Signature Wild Card - Steve Dacri
- The Tamed Card - Tommy Wonder
- Blanco - Harry Allen
- Jokers are Wild - Eric De Camps
- Wild Wild Card - Boris Wild
- Darwin's Wild Card - Darwin Ortiz
- Curse of the Gypsies - Scotty York