Boxing (Gene Maze)
- Difficulty Rating: ADVANCED
- Category: CARD MAGIC
- Product Type: VIDEO STREAMING
An advanced card routine where a spectator names any four of a kind. The four cards are removed from the deck and placed inside the card box. Explaining that in a moment the cards are going to penetrate through the box and through the table and land in your waiting hand. The box is placed in the center of the table, tapped and four cards are removed from under the table… But wait… there are still some cards inside the box. When the box is opened the four cards are now shown to be the four aces and the four cards that penetrated through the box and table turn out to be the actual selections that could have been signed.
This routine was taped in 1992 and was supposed to appear in Gene Mazes’ two-volume video set but could not fit due to time restraints. The routine is performed by Meir Yedid and then explained with Gene’s help. Techniques explained within the routine include: The Show-Dropper Switch, Subtraction Move, and the proper way to load cards from the lap. Running time: Approximately seven minutes.
Gene Maze’s Boxing
|Media Type||Digital Lesson|