Building on the work of Michael Skinner, Eddie Taytelbaum, and Harry Anderson, Moser’s Miracle Monte is an astounding sequence with an unforgettable ending.
You use the simplest of props: three cards held together with a paperclip. Yet using just these cards (and the clip at one point), you blur the line between slight of hand and real magic in three amazing phases. This monte routine is designed so that you handle the cards at a deliberate pace; there is no mixing. Instead, the money card seems to appear, as if by magic, where it is least expected.
But the ending is what the spectators will remember. To give the audience a blatant edge, you tear a corner from the money card. With this advantage, no amount of mixing can obscure where the torn, money card resides. STILL the money card reappears where it is least expected…an impossible finish – a Miracle Monte
Contains 20 gimmicks, a 30-minute instructional DVD and a bonus effect. Moser’s Miracle Monte is a practical routine that will fit perfectly into your close-up repertoire. Bicycle Mandolin Cards included.
Running Time Approximately: 29min
You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be actually something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and extremely broad for me. Im looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!