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Triumph

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    A crazy Triumph. The cards are clearly shuffled face up, face down. Once the deck is squared, the magician shows that it is clear that the cards are mixed face up / face down. And yet, in less time than it takes to say it, all the cards come back in the same direction. Impact guaranteed!  
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    In a very ordinary deck of cards, cards are shuffled face up and face down, really. Everything is clean, and yet the cards unshuffle on sight!  
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    Jacob Daley's method for performing a "Triumph". Simple, effective and convincing.  
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    The deck is well shuffled by you, then by the spectator. You even end up shuffling the cards face up and face down. Yet, in an instant, not only do all the cards come back in the same direction, but they are completely sorted by suit, from Ace to King. It's magical! But the craziest part is that you don't have to do any difficult techniques - it's all in the tips Henry Evans found. It's genius!  
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    After a lot of different shuffles, you don't find the aces as usual, but a king! Then two kings and soon four kings. You lose them again in the deck and this time it's the four aces that come in their place! A nice routine full of twists and turns. You'll like it, no doubt about it!  
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    The deck is shuffled half face up, half face down. However, all the cards are in the same direction, except for the card that has been previously chosen. The special feature of this revolutionary method is that it is done without any false shuffle!  
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    Tabletop technique: the Riffle shuffle. Learn how to properly shuffle a deck on the table.  
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    Two cards are chosen, and lost in the deck. The cards are clearly shuffled, half face up, half face down. A magic pass... and all the cards turn face down, except the two chosen cards! The climax is unexpected: all the other cards, except the two chosen ones, are now blank! Success guaranteed! To buy the trick “Triumph Kicker)” click here.  
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    A "Triumph" on vitamins! A spectator chooses a card, the deck is shuffled with half the cards face up, and half face down. The magician first guesses the name of the card. Then, in a second step, he declares that he is going to put the deck back in its original order; indeed, when he spreads it out, all the cards are now face down... except for one mistake: the card chosen by the spectator is the only face up card! The climax is quite spectacular: when the deck is ribbon spread face up, it is really back in its original order... since the cards are now ordered from Ace to King and by suit! And the icing on the cake, the chosen card is in the right place!  
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    Technique de cartes : Howard Hamburg vous dévoile une technique qu'il a montrée à Dai Vernon, Charlie Miller et Johnny Thompson en 1972 ! Cette technique permet de contrôler une carte qui est perdue dans le milieu du jeu, sans que celle-ci ne soit déplacée de l'endroit où elle a été enfouie. Ce contrôle est tout indiqué pour enchaîner sur votre méthode de "Mélange Dans Tous les Sens" favorite.  
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    Dominique Duvivier's version on a basic idea of Dai Vernon. An extremely convincing "Triumph". Success guaranteed!  
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    One of Boris Wild's favorite routines that combines "Triumph", "All Backs" and " Wild Card". A real act in itself with a very visual musical finale and a stunning climax!  
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    Card technique: This false shuffle allows the deck to appear to be perfectly shuffled, while the cards remain in the same order at the beginning and at the end. This false shuffle is extremely convincing. Dominique Duvivier gives an application of this false shuffle: it is a "Triumph" where the cards are shuffled face up, face down, and at the end, all the cards magically come back face down except for the previously chosen card which is the only face up card.  
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