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It's an okay control, quite angle sensitive but the effect looks good because of the one card pull.
The only way to really make this work would be to face the deck directly at the audience, which is extremely awkward and impractical. Nice idea, but I would use something that makes more sense that I can really pull off.
I really like this idea, but it is really angle sensitive. The teaching is good though.
It's okay. It's way to angle sensitive, but it's good to do when your using a camera. I wouldn't use this with a real audience.
Too angle sensitive for my taste. It looks so much better on camera than in real life.
I don't like it at all. It is just too angle sensitive! It is so impractical, you wouldn't really be able to do this in public. This really only works to one angle. Although it's free, I wouldn't bother.
I think this control as a piece to camera looks good, but as a control I am never going to use it. The method is not practical at all and it is really angle sensitive. It is literally impossible to perform in any environment ... and I am sure everyone on this page who has reviewed this trick has a control they use all the time so why use this one when you can just use your personal favorite. If you were to perform a double undercut, you have a control that is 10 times stronger and more practical.
I think this is a great sleight you can use on a day to day basis and even though it's a little bit angle sensitive - it can still pack a punch.
A very deceptive control, however a bit angle sensitive.
Not bad! Its just like another move often used in an ACR which i use all the time. The angles for Charge are tricky. I like this move for the simple fact that its another method to pump up your Ambitions Card Routine. Plus the price is perfect !!! Not bad, not bad at all.
Nice method for ambitious card, though not very practical as a control as it doesn't get it completely to the top. Very good otherwise. The actual explanation assumes a fair amount of experience and is fairly vague. When played through a couple of times, it is fairly simple to master.
It's good but a bit angle sensitive. I would only use this in a video.
For what it is, it's alright. But with extremely limited angles, you'll probably never use it.
Why all the negative comments. Sure, it's angle sensitive, but so are some of the best tricks in the world. I think it is a great move and gives you more ideas and knowledge using the tilt. Well done, Kane.
This is a waste of time. There is only one angle you can perform this at and that is the one filmed. In no situation would a spectator be right above you so it's just magic for youtube. It's obvious that Kane has never worked this in the real world because they would see it easily. There are TONS of other controls that are 1,000 times better. Don't waste your time.
Very nice control. Looks very good. Like all sleights you use them when the situation can handle it. Those of you that are complaining that it is angle sensitive probably don't perform magic or not very often. You don't use a sleight in every situation unless it is appropriate. Tilt is angle sensitive too but there are methods of making it angle proof. This one you would use when you're not surrounded or you can just make a body turn when you need to obscure a side for moment to hide the dirty work. You learn these things when you perform a lot. Practice. Practice. Practice. And perform. This a great utility that will have real world use I believe. Only time and performance will tell. Great job Kane.
Kind of angle sensitive, but still awesome. It's going right into my Ambitious Card.
Very nice control. However, it is not very realistic to use this control in actual performances for actual people as the angles are simply much too sensitive. No complaints as it is a free product. Good idea overall. Download it now!
Very deceptive control - fooled me in the preview! However, I wouldn't use this in public due to the angle sensitivity but I'm sure this idea can be worked on and adapted to become a very versatile control. AND IT'S FREE!
This is a great variation on the Mario Tilt. It looks really convincing and is great to perform. Those of whom are complaining about the angle sensitivity shouldn't, as it is free. It is up to you to experiment with it!
This is bad! Don't waste your time to download it!
This is a really great idea! :D
This isn't good at all. I downloaded it straight after seeing the trailer, but then realized you can only perform it from a birds eye view. Not a great download. Sorry Kane.
The people who are saying that it is angle sensitive haven't actually tried it in the mirror. There are ways to make it work surrounded, however the creator unforunatley hasn't explored the idea. It is a good concept.
I love the technique but its VERY angle sensitive and can be kind of awkward feeling. It looks very smooth which is something I appreciate a lot.
Loved. Took a lot of work, a couple of delicate moves, but well worth it.
Really cool control but way too angle sensitive.
It is an amazing card control which is a fantastic and better way of doing the Marlo Tilt. Really cool and not TOO angle sensitive, nice job and such a brilliant price. I love all the content Kane puts out outside The Wire also.
Wow! :) I really enjoy this! It fooled me so many times. I tried to figure it out before I watched the download and I just couldn't! Great work!
What a good control and its free, lol! Grab it! ^.^
Clever, but too obvious from almost every angle except the one shown in the video, and from what you see.
Way too angle-intensive.
It's pretty good, but a review shouldn't matter. It's free so get it, and decide for yourself.
So this idea is good, but the trailer is not what he explains in the explanation. I gave it 3 stars because it is good but I would have given it a 5 if the trailer was what he explained.
This is creative. It fooled me completely!
Simple yet very deceptive.
I sat here watching the trailer trying to figure it out for a good 20 mins! Then I decided to look at the price and saw that it was free! Amazing control!
AMAZING, but takes a bit of practice. However, it's FREE so I recommend getting it!
This truly is an outstanding control. I think Kane Ballard really made a come back with this one and it's free! Great work!
Pretty decent, but to me a Marlo Tilt or Bluff Pass is better. Worth it if you like the look of it. Oh yeah and it's free so check the method - it's pretty creative.
A really nice control, but unfortunately the performance doesn't actually show the exact control taught. I suspect that in the performance a one way force deck is used, as the control isn't performed as it is in the tutorial. If you download the tutorial (which in itself is fairly good) then re-watch the performance, you will see what I mean.
I was 100% blown away by the trailer. I thought if this was ungimmicked, it would be a miracle. This truly is an original, deceptive card control, but it can only be done straight under the spectator's vision (the view in the demo). However, it is a spectacular idea. Download it now!
This is actually pretty good. However from his way, it seems like it's very angle sensitive and only can be done top view however it is quite easy to make it better angle sensitive. But overall, it's very clean and a nice control that is practical.
Damn, that is pretty clever.
Great trick! It's a very clever concept.
PRETTY CLEVER. KUDOS!
I have not downloaded this yet, but if this control is really as good as it looks, then it should cost at least $5. Looks too good to be true! Well done. :)
Great easy effect with no dubs and no DLs. Great trick, it's free so get it.
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