From Columbus, Ohio comes the magical creative genius, Seth Race. He’s been passionately performing magic for well over 13 years and specializes in creating organic magic suited to be performed at a moment’s notice. He’s also well-known and received critical acclaim for his ability to make custom Hofzinser Cards. His out-of-the-box creativity has led him to publish 11 hard-hitting effects with many more on the way. He’s the owner of Nonplus Magic Productions, a company birthed on the idea that anyone can follow their passion and succeed. In this lecture, he goes over his favorite tricks with rings, bills, Tic-Tacs, sodas, cards, and even touches on his love for the Hofzinser Card Principle. Join us as we welcome Seth Race for his lecture AT The Table! Here’s what you’ll learn:
TrANsport: A penetrating ring effect using the tan line on your finger from wearing a ring for a long time.
Frequency: Divine the image your spectator freely and secretly draws on your phone screen using a doodle app. Works on iPhone and Android (no special app needed).
7/11: You start by taking a picture of your spectator holding $11 on THEIR phone. You then make $4 instantly vanish leaving them with only $7. You’ll finish by showing the picture on THEIR phone has now also impossibly changed to $7. Works on iPhone and Android (no special apps needed).
Sidewinder Switch/Change: A utility card move where an out-jogged card is switched imperceptibly.
Viper Switch/Change/Peek: In the action of taking a card back from your spectator, you have switched the card for another, and it can also be used as a peek.
Lumiere: Seth’s take on the Invisible Deck using the Hofzinser principle, without using an actual Invisible Deck.
SPLIT-tacs: An unusual Oil & Water effect using some multi-flavor Tic Tacs. Can also be used as a reveal.
Double Cheeseburger: A sandwich effect where the selected card appears between 2 Jokers and ends with a color change of the selection.
Solution: A covered soda can is placed on the table as a prediction and then spectator is asked to select a drink. After the prediction is shown to be wrong, the sealed soda can is opened to reveal the selected drink inside. After learning the method, you’ll know how to set up the trick in less than 30 seconds.
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