Nathan Kranzo is one of the best magic creators around right now, with recent hits taking the magic world by storm. In fact, there’s so much Nathan Kranzo magic out there, it’s hard to know where to start.
- Who is Nathan Kranzo?
- Pick No.2: Superball
- Pick No.1: Dark Triumph
- How to get Nathan Kranzo’s biggest hits for just $1
Let’s get into it…
First, who is Nathan Kranzo?
Nathan Kranzo has been a magic creator and entertainer for years. His creations have been feautured in places such as Genii Magazine and The Magic Magazine. He performs and lectures all accross the world, and even consults for TV shows such as ‘The Virtual Magician’ and Penn and Teller’s NBC Special ‘Off The Deep End’.
Top Nathan Kranzo Magic Pick No.2: Superball
This is one of the most original and unique coin tricks I’ve seen in a while. Whenever a magician tries to perform a coin ‘transformation’, they’ll often have it transform into a different currency. For example, an English penny might change into an American half dollar.
That’s cool…but really not very visual.
Enter Superball – a trick where you turn a coin into, not another coin but – a RUBBER BALL.
Yep, a rubber ball.
Now THAT’S how you do visual coin magic. This trick is an astonishing moment of pure magic. You show your audience a regular looking coin, and with a simple magical gesture they watch it transform into a brightly colored rubber ball. You then take the ball and bounce it on the floor to prove it’s real. The ball can then be handed out to your audience for examination.
This trick is available from most magic shops, but if you stick around you’ll find out how to get the best of Nathan Kranzo’s magic for just $1!
Top Nathan Kranzo Magic Pick No.1: Dark Triumph
The ‘Triumph’ routine is one of the most famous in all of card magic.
The magician takes out a deck of regular playing cards. He displays them to the audience, who can clearly see there is nothing suspect going on with them. He allows the audience to select a card at random, which he then returns the the pack.
Next, he takes the cards and shuffles them. Then, to help mix things up EVEN more, he seperates the deck into two piles. One pile he turns face up, and the other he keeps face down. Next, he shuffles the face down pack into the face up pack. When he spreads the cards you can clearly see that the face up and face down cards are totally mixed. The magician gathers the cards, makes a magic gesture over them, and spreads them again.
To the surprise of the audience, all the cards have turned face down. In fact, there is only ONE face up card…the audience’s selected card. This effect always astonishes audiences, hence it’s reputation as a classic of magic.
It’s a great effect, but it seems to me that most Triumph effects are either VERY hard (see Kostya Kimlat’s performance on Penn and Teller) or too easy (and hence obvious).
Dark Triumph is a great ‘inbetween’ – it’s easy, but it packs the same powerful reactions as the ‘hard’ triumphs. This routine is special because it isn’t you but your SPECTATOR who does the shuffling.
Dark Triumph usually costs about $5, but I’m about to show you how you can learn it from Nathan Kranzo himself for just $1…
How to learn the best Nathan Kranzo magic for just $1
Recently, Nathan Kranzo held an online lecture with Conjuror Community (an online magic club). In this lecture, he explored a huge range of his material, including both Dark Triumph and Superball.
He also covers his Sponge Ball routine – a stunning set of appearances, vanishes and transpositions with a great kicker ending.
Also covered is some of Nathan’s expert advice on card handling, coin sleights, and all things magic!
How do I get access to this lecture?
This lecture is only available to Conjuror Community members.
BUT…here’s the good news:
Using the link below, you can become a member of Conjuror Community for just $1.
Once you’re inside, not only will you get immediate access to the Nathan Kranzo lecture, you’ll get over 100 other lectures, 40+ ‘mini masterclass’ clips, access to a private Facebook group of top magicians, and much more!
I hope you enjoyed this brief discussion of Nathan Kranzo and his magic. Please let me know if you have any further questions about Nathan Kranzo’s work and how to get your hands on it – I’ll be happy to reply if you leave a comment down below. Thanks for reading!