Daniel Garcia Project (1-3)
Paul Harris presents the Daniel Garcia Project! Daniel Garcia absolutely fries the most discerning spectators, using the best of both classic effects and real-world technique updated with some new stuff that only Daniel could have created.
* Satisfaction Guaranteed: Starts where most All Backs Routines end, and then goes two climaxes better.
* Personal Safe: : Coins across, into the spectator’s hand. Plus a killer finish: the last coin changes places with the spectator’s ring which actually vanishes from their hand.
* Twisted: : Instead of wasting time on minute handling changes for the bill switch, Daniel improved the effect. Now you wave your hand over the bill, and it visibly changes to a hundred.
* Ego: : You find the card the spectator’s thinking of with the fastest card change you’ve never seen.
* Third Degree: : Use this only if you’re prepared to really freak people out. You find a selected card by burning a cigarette through the deck. It stops on the selection.
* Rubber Made: : A banquet of visual impossibility with a borrowed ring and two ordinary rubber bands. Daniel’s killer routine has three phases and half a dozen visual miracles.
Daniel Garcia’s bold methods and a working pro’s eye for routining take some of your favorite classics to new DG inspired heights.
* Only Four: : Shadow coins for the 21st century. Only four coins are used – totally clean.
* Scatter: : A mental and physical impossibility, a card trick that uses no cards. Includes a PDF so you can print off as many as you like.
* Motion: : A Haunted Deck routine that needs no gaffs, no preparation. All you need is this DVD.
* Bad Habit: : A strikingly visual routine with a coin, a cigarette box, and a spectator’s hand.
* Chi!: : A coin is held at the fingertips and punctured with the magician’s finger. And yes, the coin is signed. What more is there to say?
* White or wheat: : The spectator examines the aces, which you cleanly place on the table with empty hands. A second later, the selected card is found between them. And then the spectators examine the aces again.
Your journey through the Daniel Garcia Project concludes with a final dose of mind-shattering effects. Some completely impromptu, some taking maximum advantage of devious preparation.
* Nacho Momma’s Triumph: : Features a surprise finish, now entirely in the hands. This will hook, reel in, and land all your magic buddies.
* Quarters: A relentlessly impossible coin through glass routine. Includes the damnedest visual penetration: you drop a coin in the glass—it really goes in the glass—and it falls right out the bottom. Uses any glass.
* Windex: Draw a window on a signed card, then open the window to create a large opening in the card as well as in the spectator’s brain. Leaves a permanently impossible souvenir.
* C.A.A.N.: Any card freely named is found at any number from 1-52. Totally clean. All in the hands. Mucho Easy.
* Joe Blow: Talk about packs small plays big, this impromptu wonder requires only a tiny scrap of paper and a spectator to witness a miracle. Over and over again, you wiggle your finger and cause a piece of paper to fall over. Every possible explanation is brilliantly cancelled.