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Street Magic by Cyril – Card Through Window Glass

November 28th, 2005

This is truely amazing and very similar to one of the tricks David Blaine – (street magic) performed. This young magician at the age 24, astounded viewers of the ABC Television Network when he opened his one man show, David Blaine: Street Magic.

Street Magic by Cyril - Poker Card slip through a glass window!

Anyway, this time I am going to introduce you to a young Japanese magician Cyril Takayama. In this superb magic trick, he tells a spectator to select a card. The card is selected, signed by the spectator, and returned to the deck. He then shuffles up the pack, and throws the pack at a window in front of the spectator, as well as the big crowd audience. The selected card is seen stuck to the glass on the other side of the glass window!

The selected card just flew through the glass of the window!!

Sounds unbelievable? Watch it here yourself! Pay really close attention to the cards, and the glass window.

I am truely amazed at his trick. Any idea how it is done? Teach me teach me 😀

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  1. alex bartlein
    September 4th, 2006 at 17:00 | #1

    that trick was damn awsome id lov to no how to do it!

  2. Derek
    December 9th, 2007 at 11:19 | #2

    for this trick you need two same cards, so you give one of those cards to a friend and when you crash the deck with the window, your friend in the other side sticks the duplicated card in the glass quickly. Your friend is hidden and he only use his arm to stick the card and the other card fells with the rest of the deck.

    sorry for my english
    and for this trick you need a skill to make the spectator choose the duplicated card.

  3. Derek is an idiot
    December 6th, 2009 at 10:45 | #3

    What the hell? The card was signed, you dipshit.

  1. December 31st, 2005 at 12:41 | #1
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