Ton Triumph Two: Michael's triumph off "6 by Six" combined with
Shake N' Bake, plus some added touches make this one killer effect! If
you loved Two Ton Triumph, wait to you see this one!
Backs: Michael's take on the classic all backs routine with some incredibly
visual moments, letting the spectators ACTUALLY watch the card turn over.
2.0: When Michael was 17 his first effect (Shocked) was printed in Magic
Magazine..Now he is back with an updated version, making the effect stronger
then ever! Imagine turning an entire deck into a selected card, after
they have seen the faces! Just so you know how good this is, it was named
after Paul Harris saw the original and said "Wow, you shocked me."
Reversal: From a borrowed shuffled deck, cause cards to turn over magically
right before their eyes and then YOU can cause the ENTIRE deck reverse
#6: A direct and visual two card transposition..A card visually changes
places with a card placed in the magicians pocket.
Tear Routine: This is a KILLER routine. A selected card is torn in half,
then restored HALF WAY, then FULLY RESTORED! The card can even be handed
out during each of the phases and kept at the end!
Torn Transpo: Watch this on the trailer! Cause a card AND THE TEAR to
change places! It almost looks like you can see the cards transpose as
if they shot across. Visual magic at its best!
Devonte Rosero from the hit Juxtaposition makes a special appearance to
share his routine with the Tear Change! A card is selected and the magician
finds the wrong card, to learn from his mistake he puts a big "NO"
on the back and gives it to the spectator. Then he takes the correct card
out and puts a "YES" on the back, as he TEARS the card in half
the YES changes to a NO, not only that but now it is the card the spectator
was holding! The spectators card now says YES and it is his card!
Torn Prediction: Turn a mistake into a miracle. After writing a prediction
on the back of the card, which turns out to wrong. The card is torn in
half and tossed onto the table. With a little magic, the text corrects
itself, and so does the selection!