Does Anybody Recognize This Effect?

Discussion in 'Product Questions and Reviews' started by penguincdude, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. I've seen this effect performed a few times on the web and frankly, it looks amazing. Basically what I'm wondering is, is this on the market, and if so, where can I purchase it?

  2. Video's being hinky for me and won't play past the halfway point, but I'm guessing it's a slop-shuffle triumph routine, which I think they sell here in the 1on1s.
  3. Part of the effect is a triumph but it's definitely a lot more complex than a simple triumph effect. This one has quite a kicker ending as well.
  4. Ah, it worked for me this time. Yeah, I don't know where to learn that, but damn that's a nice ending.
  5. I am almost positive that can be found in "The Complete works of Derrick Dingle" under the title "rollover aces"
  6. Yes, I believe that's correct.
  7. Yup this is roll over aces, check out Ammar's classic renditions volume 4
  8. Just a quick question for the people who have this effect:

    What's the difficulty like? Does it actually contain riffle stacking? And I'm also assuming it uses many false shuffles.
  9. As it has been said, this is Rollover Aces, I have it in "Derek Dingles's Complete Works" by Richard Kaufman, and yes - this is really riffle stacking, and like most of Dingle's work, this is not for the faint of hand. It is challenging, especially if you want to do it as amazing as Ammar does it!

    Great effect though - one of my top 10. Good luck.
  10. It's a very difficult effect to perform.

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