Roy Walton's Card Warp is considered one of the most original card effects ever invented. This mind-boggling trick involves a playing card turning completely over, even when folded into another flat object. In this instructional video, Michael Ammar expertly performs and teaches Walton's original two-card trick. Additionally, Scotty York presents an adult version of Card Warp, while Eugene Burger uses the cards to deliver a spine-chilling history lesson. Other visually stunning variations are also showcased, including Michael Close's Dr. Strangetrick and Howie Schwartzman's Star Warp. Paul Diamond demonstrates how to change the face of a deck by wrapping it in a bill, and Bruce Cervon presents his baffling version of Card Warp, known as Warp II.
It's been said that Roy Walton invented one of the most original card effects of all time with his Card Warp, and ever since then, magicians have taken this concept to even more baffling heights. How can a flat two-dimensional object like a playing card turn completely over even when folded into another flat object?
You'll learn the secrets to Roy Walton's original two-card brainchild, as expertly performed and taught by Michael Ammar. Then, you'll watch and learn some different and original presentations for the original Card Warp as Scotty York performs and teaches his decidedly adult version and Eugene Burger uses the cards to demonstrate a horrifying history lesson. From there, you'll move on to even more visually amazing versions that use a card and a borrowed banknote, such as Michael Close's Dr. Strangetrick and Howie Schwartzman's Star Warp, as taught by Ammar again. Paul Diamond will demonstrate how to make the face of a deck change when it's wrapped in a bill, even when the spectator holds it. You'll also see and learn Bruce Cervon's Warp II, possibly the most baffling version of Card Warp ever created.
Card Warp Michael Ammar
The Warpedist Cards Scotty York (courtesy of Murphy's Magic Inc)