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Are you talking about when you replace a double on the deck? It might help clarify if you could link to a video of someone doing the move?
I think it looks really convincing
I like Tivo 2.0, card to mouth, and I do an Invisible Deck routine that I came up with using a cull and a top change
People will hate on me for saying Surfaced, but I enjoyed the clipshift. I also liked The Trilogy and Bill Goodwin's Reflections
cull the cards to get your setup, and just practice to get the other two moves
try easing into the performance. Start just by talking for a minute or two. Use this to learn people's names and waiting until they just seem...
distribution technique does what you're talking about
I'm putting together a routine and I need a good four card plot that will help change up my routine. I've already used Bill Goodwin's Twisting...
they don't fan, but I like bicycle prestige decks a lot
I like steamboat or aviator cards because they are a bit hardier than standard bikes and they handle just as well if not better. They're a little...
stairway's a good one. I also sometimes do simple things like jumping Gemini with notecards when I'm working with them in school
7 0f clubs
Jeff - Just Jeff
I might get 2 or 3 dvds so does anyone have recommendations other that Metal
I've been doing card magic for about 3 years, and I want to start learning coin magic. I've tried learning from books and have been unsuccessful...
I'm curious, how many decks of cards do you own?
split spades because the design is awesome and they handle nicely