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Jack • KL • 12/13/2012
Great move and is very convincing. Great for use in an ambitious card routine.
Cheryl • Singapore • 11/29/2012
This is something worth adding to your ambitious routine. However, once again, it is overpriced. For an ambitious routine with angle issues, not worth it.
Jahid • London • 11/2/2012
Great move, but i think it's definetly overpriced!
Mads • Oslo • 9/21/2012
This is a fantastic trick. The sleight takes a bit of time to get used to and master, but once you do, you will have a load of fun performing it. It is not angle-proof at all, so the angles also take a bit of practice to get used to and learn. But all in all this is a great trick!
Sofia Black • Boston, MA • 7/28/2012
This is an incredible trick by one of the nicest magicians out there! Shin Lim is definitely very skilled, and will take you around a week to get it smoothly. But trust me, it's worth the time. 5/5.
Andrai Call • USA • 7/5/2012
It's very clean. First one is very angle sensitive but the other variations are good. Also, you can't dribble the cards down like in the trailer, but it's still good. Obviously, go buy it!
Joshua • Stamford, CT • 6/14/2012
The method to this effect is not what I was looking for. At the wrong angle, it's not the best way to clean up your ambitious card routine. / Overall 3/5
Reza Mikhaeil • New Richmond, WI • 12/7/2011
Very great idea. The best card control that has come out in a long time. Even better then Control Freak. So original.
Aaron Melany • MA • 11/30/2011
This is a really cool idea. Shin goes over in detail each variation, allowing you to create some other variations of your own.
Guy • Australia • 11/28/2011
Very nice, though the trailer was deceiving a little, where it showed a third version with the cards dropping to the table that was not explained. You will problaly have to buy 'High Rise' for that one.
Axel ByX • Portugal • 10/22/2011
It's quite simple. But simplicity creates great impact. It doesn't show any suspicious moves, and for the public eye this is the trick: He pushes the selected card to the middle of the deck, he shows the card going to the middle. The top card is shown and it is the selected card. That's the essence of the ambitious card.
Aaren • Milwaukee, WI • 10/12/2011
Method 5/5. Video Quality 5/5. Practicality 4.6/5. Teaching 4.9/5. The simplicity of the method is what allows the trick to look so beautiful. This is definitely worth picking up.
ernest • NY • 9/25/2011
Avi Hoffman • Brooklyn, New York • 9/25/2011
Flawless is as cleaner than a perfectly executed double life, and that's an understatement.
Hunter • MA • 9/24/2011
Amazing! Buy it, it's so worth it
Kevin Schaller • Germany • 9/24/2011
An amazing piece of magic! Great job!
Rich Piccone • NYC • 9/24/2011
I remember the first time you showed me this. So amazing, nice move everyone will enjoy. Congratz!
Edward Boswell • Austin, TX • 9/24/2011
This should go into everyone's repertoire. Amazing!
Jason • LA • 9/24/2011
Another awesome trick from Shin Lim.
Chris • Ohio • 9/24/2011
Flawless is completely flawless! It will knock your socks off!
Logan Hamsley • Indiana • 9/24/2011
Great video production.
Lawrence • Maryland • 9/24/2011
Clean, crisp, and original!
John Gustaro • NY • 9/24/2011