The Magician tells about an old game called the Three Card Monte and explaines it breifly. He claims that his version affords the players a better chance of winning because he uses two blank cards, a regular card and a paperclip to prevent cheating. He lets the spectaor hold the winning card, but manages to switch it for one of the blank cards. The Magician then improves their odds by geting rid of one blank card and places a paperclip on the winning card. The specator notices something "fishy" but when they try to outsmart the Magician, they soon find out that both cards are blank. The winning card has magically traveled to the magician's pocket.
- Ends Clean
- Perfect for Street or walk-around
- No Complicated Sleight of hand
- Quick Reset
- Performances are in English and Spanish