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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jdb1d, Feb 2, 2020.
So what’s everyone’s thoughts of Javi Benitez? And how did he do the trick on P&T with the cards???
Javi Benitez is great, but we really don't discuss methods on the forums.
Oh sorry man. Im still pretty new to the site. Thanks for the heads up.
do you know where I might look to learn that type of sleight?
Juan Tamariz, Jose Carrol, Ascanio. Those are Javi's main influences.
I myself don't know the exact method, but he does some extremely neat colour changes, the type of which you'll come across at one time or another. The rest is simple enough to figure out, but mentioning it kind of gives away the whole effect if that's how he did it. I don't think I mentioned any major details. But he fooled Penn and Teller, so maybe it's not what I'm thinking.