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Luke • Australia • 4/5/2013
This is a great, fresh new idea but it needs a bit more thought into it. Most people can work it out by just watching the demo. But with some work this could turn into an awesome control!
Joey • Pesic • 3/28/2013
This is one of the best controls ever! It is amazingly fun to practice and incredibly deceptive. For this price it is definitely worth it!
Ben • Australia • 3/20/2013
I think some people have reviewed this without even watching it.
The control is difficult to master yes, but it is very natural with no duplicates used.
Skipper • USA • 3/16/2013
Sorry, but I would never use this control. The spectator would see it right away.
Sam • New York • 3/9/2013
I really dont understand why people are rating this so low. This control looks great and is inexpensive.
Ollie Rossiter • France • 3/8/2013
The first demo is NOT a duplicate. For one, I'm not one for duplicates. Two, I don't agree with false advertising. I don't try and perfect a move for nearly two years to use a duplicate.
John • NYC • 3/7/2013
There's no way that the first demo of it is him performing the control. You can see the card going into the middle when he squares up in the demo... duplicate.
Philipp • Dresden, Germany • 3/5/2013
Hey, come on guys. I am reading only bad reviews. Of course we as magicians know what to look for but laymen? No way. I think this is a great card switch but I wouldn't use it as a control.
Lucas • Canada • 3/5/2013
I'm not quite sure why anyone would rate this terribly low. It's not too hard to learn, and it really does get the trick done (excuse the pun).
It's elegant, the angles aren't bad, and it performs as well as you see in the video. It also helps get rid of the clunky false cuts and shuffles that plague too many ambition card routines.
Alex Ghila • Romania • 3/4/2013
Not so hard and not so awesome.
Flam • IT • 2/28/2013
Awesome move... good idea!
xD • Vienna • 2/28/2013
This control is hard to do, but easy to figure out. I gave it an extra star for the bonus trick.
Sam Morgan • England • 2/28/2013
I couldn't help reading the description. 8 minutes of tutorial for $3.95?! You can't fit that much detail in that span of time.
Twrexion • London, UK • 2/28/2013
This is an awesome and surprisingly fun way to control a card to the bottom, and under the disguise of a fan to!
I will be adding this to add to my already very ambitious card routine! Great idea!