Time To Watch
Two decks of cards-one red one blue- and a pocket watch as shown are introduced. The performer then uses the cards and watch to tell a story about one Thomas Hammer, whom he explains, was a very well known name in the world of underground gambling.A spectator cuts the red deck and the position is marked. Another spectator is asked to simply think of a card. spectator cuts the red deck and the position is marked. Another spectator is asked to simply think of an hour one to twelve and to remove this many cards from the blue deck. Let’s assume he chooses nine o’clock. He places these cards out-of- sight, inside a card case or in his pocket. From the remainder of the blue deck, the performer deals twelve cards face down on the table in the form of a clock face. The second spectator is asked to peek at the card in the position of his thought – of hour and remember it. In this example, it would be the 9 o’clock position. Let’s assume the card there is the Ten of Hearts.
Concluding the story of the gambler, the thought of card is revealed as the Ten of Hearts. The card cut to in the red deck is revealed and, it too, is the Ten of Hearts! The magician points out that the initials of the Ten of Hearts are “T. H.” which are the initials of the gambler, Thomas Hammer. He then explains that, amazingly, the hour freely thought of by the second spectator, 9 o’clock, happened to be the exact hour of the gambler’s death! In fact… the performer states, amazingly when the gambler died, his pocket watch stopped working at precisely the same moment. The spectator is asked to open the cover lid of the pocket watch and check the time: 9 o’clock!!!
You get a nice pocket watch, business cards and full routine. Use you own Bicycle deck