Friday, March 2, 2012

Oil & Royal Flush

"Oil & Royal Flush" is one of my pet routines that I perform regularly in my close-up performance.

If you like Roy Walton's "Oil & Queens", perhaps you will like my handling for this wonderful plot. I should say that this version is an extension to the original routine.  

I designed this particular routine by incorporating the elements of surprise along with a double climax that the spectator will not realise until to the end of the routine.

Your audience will witness one of the cards changes its colour and concludes the unexpected revelation. The good news is that this routine is not very difficult to do. If you are familiar with the Hamman Count and the Elmsley Count, you will entertain your audience in no time with this entertaining routine. 


Here's what a few of them say:

"I like this a lot."
-- Peter Duffie

"Got it! VERY nice effect! I really like this. A lot of magic going on!"
-- Cameron Francis

"I have just tried it out with cards in hand, and it plays very, very nicely!"
-- Liam Montier



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