Silver and Aces

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Silver and Aces was an effect in Magic of Paul Harris (1976) in which spectators cut to the aces and a coin is found under each ace by using a gimmick that you construct.

It was revised, featuring "An Industrial Strength Gaff" by Tim Carlson, in Art of Astonishment Vol. 1.

For Paul Harris' no gaff version of this effect see Silver Slide.


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