Gypsy Curse - Trick
Seven ancient playing cards are shown to be six black spot cards and one King of Diamonds. The original proprietor of this game of chance at an old, county fair divides the seven cards into two groups and asks the spectators to wager as to which group contains the Diamond.
An elderly Gypsy woman, having wagered and lost, placed a curse upon the man and his game. When the proprietor next attempts to operate his game, he finds to his dismay that all the cards are winners! At the finale, the cards are all fanned to show all the faces are Diamond Kings, and all the backs are normal!
An amazing effect with an enchanting story, this is one you'll treasure!
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