Miracle One by Christian Grace

For decades, we’ve all obsessed over the idea of having a chosen card appear at a freely-selected number in a deck of cards. We consider it the holy grail of magic, one of the most fooling and intriguing card tricks you can do. Christian Grace is delighted to offer his unbelievably fair and fooling solution: “Miracle One”.

The journey of “Miracle One” started when Christian Grace (Creator of “Level One” and “Inevitable Choice”) posted a video of his take on the Any Card at Any Number (ACAAN) plot online. Forums lit up with people suggesting that he must have used some sneaky editing or a stooge. Magicians begged him to release his handling, and now he finally is.

You can see a full performance in the trailer above. “Miracle One”. This is a truly fooling and powerful effect that you’ll love performing for everyone you meet.

Here is a quick summary of exactly how “Miracle One” looks to your audience:

Two decks of cards are in full view from the start. Your spectator shuffles one of these decks before selecting a card and placing it off to the side as a prediction. This selection process happens entirely in their hands and you never touch (or switch) the card they choose.

They then freely name a number and deal to it in the other deck of cards. The card they land on is turned over to show it perfectly matches the original card they chose themselves in the beginning.

Their card. Their number. A truly impossible moment.

“Miracle One” is a super clean and fair ACAAN-style effect that works everytime, with no difficult sleight of hand. It’s a true miracle that any magician can do.

Key Points

  • Their chosen card is always at their chosen number, every time
  • There is no difficult sleight of hand required
  • Multi-layered methods make this one of the most deceptive versions of the plot ever released

“Miracle One” comes with everything you need to get started. This includes two decks of cards. The blue deck is gaffed and the red deck is a normal deck of cards with a few extra cards that you save as replacements. The comprehensive video instructions walk you through every possible scenario, so you can start performing “Miracle One” with confidence right away.

If you have any questions, you can learn more about “Miracle One” with this helpful FAQ.

One comment

  1. I don’t get why people are raving about this. Like most of his stuff, it’s horribly over-engineered, and far more concerned about being a bit tricky to reverse-engineer than about actually being good. Who is it for anyway? Woring pros will already have a preferred method (that’s guaranteed to be better than this) and hobbyists are unlikely to want to lug around two gimmicked decks just to perform one mediocre effect.

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