More From Gerard ZITTA

Ostrakinda By Gerard ZITTA
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A new technique for divining HEADS or TAILS, after having the participant turn the coin as many times as they want. Can be done over the phone. Only one question is asked
Cheat Hand By Gerard ZITTA
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A Which hand plot where the spectator can also hide the coin in their pockets! Effect: A spectator takes one of his coins, and puts it in any hand behind his back. You won't look either. They can... More > even hide it in their back pocket, or on the chair, if they decide to cheat. You find out where is the coin (which hand, or which pocket, and also if the spectator is a liar or not). - 100% improvised and hands-off. - Very difficut to backtrack.< Less
Predestination By Gerard ZITTA
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This effect can be presented with playing cards, or special cards or with business cards. It is not a card trick, but rather a mystery or paradox. You show a piece of paper or an agenda opened at the... More > current day, with your timetable for the day, and hand it to the participant. A deck of cards is borrowed and shuffled by a participant. She thinks of her favorite time of the day and secretly looks at the card. She then looks at your schedule and reads it. For instance, it says you wake up at 6am, start work at 8am, have lunch at twelve, finish work at 4pm (your favorite time of day ( -:) !), etc. The participant counts the cards for every time stated in advance on your schedule, and also for her secret favorite time of day. DESPITE THE FACT THAT SHE COULD HAVE THOUGHT OF ANY TIME, and that you do not even knew it, the final card will ALWAYS be her card! Examples of presentations: - Predestination - Lucky hour - Mystery of time and space - Cinema festival - Happy hour - Lottery< Less
Acaanz By Gerard ZITTA
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This is a compendium of ideas and effects related somehow to the « Any card at any number » plot, commonly called ACAAN. Mr David BERGLAS was the first one to present this... More > effect in the mid 70's . Even though all of them are not « perfect » ACAAN's, they are interesting and entertaining variants for an audience. Some are based on combinations of old principles, with some « twist » or new ideas. Most are card tricks, some are not. Some are impromptu or even improvised, some need some preparation. Some are hands off, some need some (easy) sleight of hand. Some are easy, some more difficult. Hopefully, you will find something that fits your style and skills. - GUESS MY CARD - FAIR ACAAN - SCAM ACAAN - FLASH AT CARNIVAL - BLIND ACAAN - SMART ACAAN - THE SIMPLEST (?) ACAAN IN THE WORLD - ANTI ACAAN - ACAAN FOR COUPLES - CARNIVAL IN NICE, 1932 - ACAARTN - NEWSPAPER ACAAN - PREDESTINATION - FIND THE CARD AND VALUE< Less