Noted by Gary Jones. The notepad turns into a pack of cards right in front of their eyes. You can use ‘Noted’ in any scenario; Restaurants, Corporate functions, Bars or Parties. The beauty of ‘Noted’ is its versatility.
DescriptionThe scenario is as follows. You approach a group of people, or an individual, holding a small note pad. You then ask them if they are ready to place their order. If they say “No”, you then say “That’s ok, how about a card trick instead?”. The notepad turns into a pack of cards right in front of their eyes.
You can use ‘Noted’ in any scenario; Restaurants, Corporate functions, Bars or Parties. The beauty of ‘Noted’ is its versatility.
‘Noted’ is designed to allow you to write on the gimmick; you could use it this way at the beginning of an ‘Invisible Deck’ routine. For example, ask a spectator to name any card. Write the named card on the ‘Noted’ gimmick then say “I will find your card, but we need a deck of cards. You then make the note pad turn into a deck of cards and, immediately, you’re ready to go into your invisible deck routine!
More info‘Noted’ includes a universal gimmick that makes all this, and more, possible.
No sleight of hand needed
Custom made gimmick supplied
You just supply your own deck
Comes with DVD with full explanations.
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