A card is selected by a spectator. The same card is signed on its face
and returned to the deck. The deck is immediately given to the spectator
who is asked to inspect it and cover the deck with their hands afterwards.
You show a board covered with stickers. Peel off one of them and apply
it to the center of the Bicycle card case. (In fact you paste in the middle
of the sign "Spades" which adorns the front of the case).
All this is done in broad daylight under the very noses of the spectators;
then you rub the case with your fingertips with the sticker pasted on
the case. You rub, rub again and then you remove your fingers. Unbelievable!
The sticker has vanished! Your fingers and hands are shown empty with
no trace of the sticker. Where did it go? The deck has been in plain sight
and under lock and key of the public audience all this time.
Get the deck, passing one card at a time into your other hand. Suddenly
there appears a card with a sticker on its back. You pull the card with
the sticker and whether you believe it or not, the card chosen bears the
signature of the spectator! Amazing!
"Here's a card location trick where a sticker appears to do all of the
work for you. It's a clever idea and I think that this marketed effect
has the potential to play fairly strong. " - Wayne Kawamoto
"This is very clever...It’s quick, easy to perform and very effective."
- Matthew Field