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Justin Hart • Warsaw • 4/1/2013
Thanks for the video. I do wish you would have given credit to T.G. Murphy for the deck flip and Dan and Dave Buck who do this with the single card during a molecule cut (if memory serves me right). Good video quality, though. Just nothing original here except maybe the rubber band but even then, that procedure is used during a location effect.(classic card magic). Worth the free download, just please credit folks so their work isn't in vein.
Aimee • Australia • 3/21/2013
One word, amazing.
Chosen • USA • 3/4/2013
This trick is amazing and hard to figure out when in a performance.
Fynley • England • 3/1/2013
I love this! I think it is a really fun card production that you will have fun practicing. Also, it's completely impromptu which I love. It may not be the best trick in my repertoire but I like to perform it as a one off. It's a cool little cute trick that you guys should download and learn.
Jacob • USA • 2/24/2013
Great idea, just a bit hard to master.
Alan • USA • 1/31/2013
Looks pretty nice, but it's hard to master. I've been playing a lot of 52 pick up with this.
Philip Alexander • U.K. • 12/10/2012
A bit knacky, but once you get it, it's awesome. And the best part is it's free!
Elias • Sweden • 12/9/2012
This is awesome, but it's a little bit tricky at first when you're learning it.
Arman • Illinois • 11/26/2012
This is actually really great for a free effect. Of course, I think it's kind of knacky but that might just be me. It's impressive and it's a nice touch to any magic routine.
Cullen • Trobec • 11/23/2012
Amazing trick. I actually discovered this before I realized it was on The Wire - completely by chance. I was terrible at the deck flip and the top card kept flying off. Never actually realized it could be turned into a trick :D
Daniel Lenton • England • 11/5/2012
Wow - an amazing production which actually managed to FINALLY teach me the T.G. Murphy deck flip! And it's free! Very impressive.
Jahid • London • 10/21/2012
This is a cool way to produce a card!
John • United States • 10/17/2012
This is a very nice effect. It's a bit knacky, but still an amazing card production. I'll definitely use this!
Will • England • 10/7/2012
This production is a really cool move and can be used in so many different ways! I can't believe it's free!
rednaxelaf7 • USA • 9/25/2012
This is a very cool move! I never even thought about it, but I will use it a lot now. It should cost money, get it while you can!!!! It also helped me realize why my deck flip never worked. THANKS SO MUCH!!!!
Jeffrey • USA • 9/25/2012
Really nice trick. This also works as a cool one card production. Keep up the good work, man!
Aurelio • Santiago, Chile • 9/24/2012
This movement is absolutely amazing! I think it's a must learn for all magicians. A brilliant work of art!
Stephen • Ireland • 9/24/2012
Decent move that I will definitely incorporate into my routines!
Myles Thornton • Southampton, UK • 9/23/2012
Thanks everyone for all the great reviews! Never thought it would take off like this! Check out my YouTube : MylesMagicThornton and if you want any advice or just want to talk - add me on facebook: Myles Sparkly Thornton, don't ask about the middle name! Thanks again, more tricks hopefully coming soon. :)
Sirludo • Venezuela • 9/23/2012
Amazing effect, a little difficult, but is very visual and original. Congratulations.
Alec • Virginia Beach, VA • 9/23/2012
This always happens to me by accident, I just never knew how to apply it as a trick. Good to know I'm not the only one that knew about this move. :)
Valdemar Gestur • Iceland • 9/22/2012
Thank you Myles. This is a GREAT trick. I really like it. Keep it up!
Yash Patel • United States • 9/22/2012
This has to be the greatest sleight of hand ever. I love this trick. It fooled lots of people.
Kevin • Seattle, WA • 9/22/2012
Two stars docked for spelling it "Slight of Hand".
Daniel • Canada • 9/22/2012
This trick is too cool. Would have probably paid the same amount as I did for Jump.
JW • New York • 9/22/2012
I like this because it happened to me every time when I was learning the deck flip, but I outgrew it and couldn't get the card to pop out! Thankfully Myles came along and taught us again! Great quality, the teaching could have been a bit better, but who can complain with this set for free?!
Peter • Surrey, UK • 9/21/2012
I always had a problem with one card falling out when i did the deck flip. Now it's a trick, and a brilliant trick too. I would have paid about $3 for this as well :)
George • Surrey, England • 9/21/2012
In the same vein as Lennart Green's top shot. However it's easier, more 'magical', prettier, and more fun to show off!
Thomas Maten • New York • 9/21/2012
Yes! it took the magic community about 10 years for someone to create a card production using the TG Murphy deck flip. Finally this genius was able to do it! Thank you, Myles Thornton! Thank you very very much :)
Madison • United States • 9/20/2012
I really like this. It has a very cool feel to it and it is EXTREMELY easy to do (achieved it perfectly on my first try after watching the very basic explanation).
Crow • Woodbury Prison • 9/19/2012
I'm always a big fan of anything aerial and this is great. An awesome sleight that is fun to do!