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How to End Your Virtual Magic Show

Updated: May 27, 2023

A stunning card penetration that GETS INCREDIBLE REACTIONS!


It’s a surprisingly solid-though-solid that's easy to perform and a SHOCKING VISUAL.


A great fit for any virtual audience.

Air Lock Magic Trick by Ryan Joyce
Air Lock by Ryan Joyce

Your audience watches as you openly push the spectator’s freely chosen playing card into the centre of a packaging air bubble.


It’s a COMPLETELY UNEXPECTED and MIND-BLOWING moment for your audience PLUS it makes a KILLER ENDING to one of YOUR ALREADY EXISTING CARD ROUTINES


Effect: Tell your audience YOU HAVE A UNIQUE WAY TO KEEP SPECIAL memories. You introduce a packaging air cushion and their chosen card. You then openly and freely push their card into the centre which is shown from all angles


I’m Ryan Joyce and this is Air Lock, I’ve been having a ton of fun performing this and I know you will too. It’s a SUPER EASY and VISUALLY SHOCKING


In this download you receive:

  • Full step-by-step videos Instructions

  • PDF Download

  • INCLUDING How to make the gimmick at home in just a few minutes

  • PLUS Extra Routine ideas and Handling Tips


Don’t forget-- after you download and watch the explanation be sure and check out the Bonus video with a few advanced tips and ideas for turning this into a souvenir your audience will never forget.


You will ABSOLUTELY LOVE PERFORMING THIS and THE REACTIONS YOU GET FROM YOUR AUDIENCE!



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Check out this review in VANISH Magic Magazine by Paul Romhany!!


I love being fooled by great magic, and I was fortunate enough to see a show Online where Ryan performed this. It left me completely fooled and when it came up for review I couldn't wait to find out more about this.


Airlock is a modern take on a card to impossible place. Imagine a coin in bottle routine where the coin visually goes through the bottle. This is that premise but you are using an airbag (these are bags that come with most Amazon parcels and are filled with air), and a playing card. You can use a signed card that you might have signed throughout your show, perhaps a torn and restored card where you visually pass it through the plastic in to the airbag at the end of the trick, etc. There are so many options and ideas you can do with this concept.


You aren't limited to cards either. You could visually melt a small object in to the airbag that you had used during your show.


This is a download with video tutorial and PDF files. The props can be made very easily and take only a few minutes. You will need to supply your own airbags and the extra gimmick can be purchased from any stationary type store.


As with all of Ryan's tutorials they are professionally produced and the quality is extremely high. He does a great job teaching the trick, the handling and offers some bonus ideas where you can send the airbag out to the spectator as a souvenir. This is a really terrific idea because people love getting things in the mail and the cost of postage will out way the value this will have. People will not give it away and it can act like a business card that keeps on giving.


I love the presentation ideas with this because everybody can relate to the getting parcels and seeing these airbags inside. We all know they are filled with air and if there was a hole in them they would deflate. At all times during this routine the bags are fully inflated and THAT is what makes this such a great routine.


The bonus ideas on here are clever and enhance the routine. I particularity love the funny gag Ryan has included and you can make it yourself. I'm going to start doing this in my own Online shows and the final gag is an addition that is a must.


If you are doing any type of Online magic show I highly recommend you check this out. It's unique, original and super easy to do. The visual effect of the card just going from your hand to inside the airbag will fool everybody.

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