Tonight we have a very special prize package up for grabs. But before I reveal the prize, let's discuss the contest. Earlier this past week I met up with Bill Kalush, founder of the Conjuring Arts Research Center, executive producer to David Blaine, and notable lover of all things Erdnase. Kalush has an unbelievable magic library located in New York City, and he founded Ask Alexander - an online resource that allows you to search and read texts from the library from the comfort of your own home. Ask Alexander 2.0 was unveiled for the first time at Magic-Con 2010. Kalush is a lifelong friend of Chris Kenner, and he's also the guy that got to shoot David Blaine in the face on international television. For all of you who have been pushing for a contest to show your skills in magic, this is your chance. The challenge, judged by Bill Kalush and our panel, is very simple. Make a video of any move or trick you choose from The Expert at the Card Table. It could be your favorite move. It could be your favorite trick. It could be a montage of moves, all done properly and perfectly. Anything - the choice is yours. But it must be directly from Erdnase. Upload your video to YouTube, Vimeo, Drop.io, or other video sharing site, and post a link in THIS forum thread within the next 48 hours. Videos should be short - no more than about 90 seconds. The deadline is this Monday, September 6th at 11:00pm EST. He (or she) who posts the best video shall win. We're looking for videos illustrating proper technique, flawless execution, and impressive demonstration. What's up for grabs? A deck of the new, unreleased Erdnase Playing Cards by the Conjuring Arts Research Center, featuring illustration by Guy Hollingworth and theory11's own Dan White. The decks are not yet released, and you will be one of the first in the world to have them in your hands. We're also offering a runner up prize - second place - which will receive an Indestructible Erdnase - a new edition of the classic text printed on special, protective paper. It is waterproof, tear resistant, and extremely portable, fitting perfectly in your back pocket. You have 48 hours from right now to complete your videos - my advice is to use that time wisely. Make sure your video shows the move (or effect) executed properly and clearly, and take your time. 48 hours is a short deadline, but it should provide sufficient time to make your video a true representation of your abilities. May the best move monkey win! UPDATE : Results have been posted! Check out the list of winners here.