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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by j.bayme, Mar 30, 2013.
http://youtu.be/AE30O5hspvQ here ya go
Here's my (quick) performance of the Herrmann Pass:
Hope u like it guys !
Hope you like it
My favorite pass control, by Lee Asher. http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=plcp&v=ANz0aPuyqms
I suck at passes so this is the "pass" I usually execute.
If I am not wrong, that is not a pass or a shift...
I guess it's more of a control. It's called the losing Control by lee Asher. It doesn't translate in video well because it's kind of an optical thing. I understand that it's not a normal pass, but it does involve switching two halves of the deck. Take it how you want, I thought it was worth a shot.
Good luck everybody!
Its a little bit of a mix between your normal Herrman, turnover and Practical pass.
Invisible Pass by MagicMike1221! Reply if this worked...
enjoy. it's a classic pass
Here is my entry: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZhZMH53wmk
A table shift which I believe is original. I would love to do this face up but you wouldn't see much since the slug is shifted to the bottom and it uses a cover card. So this is a mixture of a "cover-longitudinal-half" pass/shift....hence the Untitled Pass/Shift.