You do not require a table to perform these routines and from this material you can create two complete acts.
Clean Cut Rope (Aldo Colombini): A different way to perform the standard cut and restored rope effect!
Stranger in Paradise (Ed Marlo): A red-backed deck is placed in a glass. You remove cards one at a time until a spectator says ‘stop’. At the stop, that card is the only one with a blue back!
Doggie Dexterity (Aldo Colombini): comedy at its best with a balloon twisted into a poodle who finds a selected card!
Card on Plate (Ken de Courcy): You spin a plate with one hand and have a card selected with the other hand. The selected card is revealed by the spinning plate!
Real Danger (Aldo Colombini): Four colored paper bags are seen. Three spectators select one each. They smash the bags thus showing that the bags are empty. The bag that remains for you contains a broken bottle! Spooky! Other routines are possible.
Comedy Napkin Tear (Horace Bennett): A great torn and restored napkin with a comedy explanation! Easy to do!
Jumbo Jumble (Aldo Colombini): My version of the McCombical deck with no rough and smooth cards. Jumbo cards are used!
Tear for Two (Ken de Courcy): Two selected card are magically revealed by tearing a piece of paper, where the pips of the cards appear!
Dig it (Aldo Colombini): Another comedy card revelation!
Ecnahc Tsuj (Arthur Carter): The easiest and yet most effective “Just Chance” routine ever. Six envelopes, five are eliminated and the last one contains money! You’ll love this!
Not-Gone (Aldo Colombini): One of my favorite rope routines. Three different colored ropes are inside a bag. One spectator picks a rope (FREE CHOICE) and the rope is seen to be….different than the other two.
Running Time Approximately 55min