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Dont worry about that, they will always cut correctly :)
I love the double backer subtlety move in Anniversary Waltz, but that requires another thing besides the double backer.
You could ask the spectator to cut :) and then ask again "are you satisfied with that cut, or do you want to cut again?"
I love those books. The nice thing about (so called) self-working tricks is that they make it easy to focus on your scripting and presentation,...
In what world is a pass a fairly basic move?
I do agree that learning a tilt is a good idea, but I would add that sometimes all it takes is to...
They are similar. I don't know how I can explain the difference without revealing either, but Brent Braun's deck uses an additional principle....
Just to update this thread, someone pointed out it looks like the last move in Lazy Rise, with cover instead of a wrist kill. I agree....
Raise Rise is a finger breaker though!
I honestly figured it out on my own, but I was betting on someone having the same idea. Can you tell me where to find it, or at least what's its...
Today, at work, I was messing around with my cards as usual, and I came up with a sleight which probably already exists. I'm planning...
How about the Diminishing Returns deck?
Mickael Chatelain's Pen OR Pencil
Well, if you are fond of the classics, R. Paul Wilson did a few dvds on Royal Road to Card Magic. Can't go wrong with Royal Road or R. Paul Wilson.
I'm sorry, I tried to read it, but I couldn't understand it.
What is the effect supposed to look like? You start with 4 kings and 4 aces. Then what?
I have told spectators before that a magician's best trick, according to his/her perception, might not be very impressive to them.
What I find is a pain with borderless are reversed cards. They are very noticeable, specially if they are in bulk or in the middle of the deck....
There's a reason the ACR is one of the classics that still stands the test of time. It is a simple, visual and transcends language. You could, if...
There's so many things you can do with an ACR.
I usually change the sleights a bit, but I always start with a M. Tilt
The reason is that they...