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Magic Review: Deck to Anything by Sansminds

A card worker's utility device that anyone can use. Imagine with little to no effort, you can cause a truly impossible finale to happen in your spectator's hand! How about vanishing a deck of card in your spectator's own hand? Controlling time and causing the deck to age into ashes. Turning the cards into chocolates.

Turning the whole deck into your business card or your client's logo. Any small items you desire to appear in your spectator's hand, Deck To Anything will do all the work for you.


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I enjoy your reviews. I do not think, however, that it is necessary to give a lengthy explanation in each review of why you tell the negatives as well as the positives. Any product review that is any good (see Consumer Reports for example) does this. I don't think anyone watching the review is thinking "why the heck is he telling me the negatives as well as the positives?" Nonetheless, I find your reviews very informative and worthwhile.
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Because I receive free product, I need to "confess" that in every video and then subsequently explain to the critics that free product does not equal "my endorsement" 

It's all part of the job 

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I am a fan of David's reviews and I suppose one reason to give the disclaimer in every video is simply because you have to start somewhere and each video stands alone,  meaning to someone,  that was the first one they had ever seen.  So you just bite the bullet and do it in every one even though to most of us it is now superfluous.

Regarding the motivation behind something appearing in the box, David is right, it has to make sense.  Magician Tim Star used to do a card effect and he always chose a lady as the volunteer.  At the end of the trick he produced a small bottle of perfume and gave it to her as a thank-you.

Seems that might work here.  Or perhaps producing some Godiva chocolates as a reward?
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