Stabbed & Shot

Stabbed & Shot

Bill Abbott Magic Online

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Stabbed & Shot

Direct from Bill Abbott’s professional repertoire Stabbed and Shot is a killer card stab with a shot glass production that comes out of nowhere!

The Routine

You have a card is selected from a shuffled deck - signed - returned and deck is shuffled by a spectator.  An empty paper bag is examined and you toss the deck inside.  A spectator is asked to shake the bag to mix the cards even further to make finding the chosen card even more impossible.  A knife is produced and is stabbed into (and through!) the bag.  Violently the knife is ripped from the bag and a single card is impaled on the end of the is the spectators signed selection!  

Just when the audience applause has died down the performer reaches into the bag and produces a large shot glass filled to the brim with liquid! 

Stabbed & Shot Considerations:

  • Perform Stabbed & Shot in short sleeves.
  • Perform Stabbed & Shot close-up and surrounded 
  • Stabbed & Shot can be performed on stage. 
  • The shot glass production uses real liquid and is 100% bulletproof and safe. 
  • Reveal one or two chosen, signed cards, at the point of a knife.
  • You can even borrow the bag, the knife and the deck!

Stabbed & Shot Package Includes:

  • Choice of Regular or Large shot glass, or both!
  • Durable Seal that is a 100% bullet-proof water seal.
  • Extra Secret Something for a sure-fire card stab revelation.
  • Supply the deck, knife, liquid of your choice & paper lunch bags.
  • A 70 minute Online Video that features...

Four live performances of Stabbed & Shot:

  • Dinner Show Performance         
  • A House Party Performance
  • Magic Hideaway Performance
  • A Comedy Club Performance of the Stabbed & Shot routine

In-Depth Tutorial Highlighting

  • Liquid Options
  • Knife Options
  • Performer P.O.V. walk through of all routines
  • Featuring Stabbed & Shot at celebration
  • How to create a memorable souvenir that promotes you!
  • How to produce 2 shot glasses.
  • How to use a large envelope instead of a paper bag.
  • Jon Armstrong's Bag Toss.
  • How-to pocket prganizer construction 
  • Multiple methods and controls, so spectators can shuffle the deck before and after a card is selected and signed.