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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2003 6:19 pm 
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what are the specific flourishes Oz uses in his ace assembly on the demo video for the art of astonishment books? I've been looking but can't find them


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2003 6:29 pm 
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Butterfly Cut by Karrell Fox (?)
Very Best of Jay Sankey, Vol. 1
Jeff McBride's The Art of Card Manipulation, Vol. 3
Clever Like a Fox by Karrell Fox
Constant Fooling, Vol. 1 by David Regal

Shapeshifter Change by Marc DeSouza (based on Oscar Munoz's Pirouette Change)
Art of Artifice by Marc DeSouza
DeSouza's Deceptions by David Acer
Joker's Wild

Pop-Out Move by J.K Hartman
Early Ammar, Vol 4. - A Touch of Magic - Cards

Popover Move by J.K. Hartman
Magic of Michael Ammar by Michael Ammar
FUSILLADE by Paul Cummins & Doc Eason

Hot Shot Cut by Daryl
Very Best of Jay Sankey, Vol. 1
Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card Sleights, Vol. 8
Art of Astonishment, Vol. 3 by Paul Harris

Not sure if he uses Popover move or Pop-Out move, as I thought they were the same.

He uses a variety of other cuts, as well.


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are any of those actually in the AoA books?


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sgx25 wrote:
are any of those actually in the AoA books?


The Hot Shot Cut is, but I don't think any of the other ones are.


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RoatC wrote:
Butterfly Cut by Karrell Fox (?)
Very Best of Jay Sankey, Vol. 1
Jeff McBride's The Art of Card Manipulation, Vol. 3
Clever Like a Fox by Karrell Fox
Constant Fooling, Vol. 1 by David Regal

Shapeshifter Change by Marc DeSouza (based on Oscar Munoz's Pirouette Change)
Art of Artifice by Marc DeSouza
DeSouza's Deceptions by David Acer
Joker's Wild

Pop-Out / Popover Move by J.K. Hartman
Early Ammar, Vol 4. - A Touch of Magic - Cards
Magic of Michael Ammar by Michael Ammar
FUSILLADE by Paul Cummins & Doc Eason
Quick Trick

Hot Shot Cut by Daryl
Very Best of Jay Sankey, Vol. 1
Daryl's Encyclopedia of Card Sleights, Vol. 8
Art of Astonishment, Vol. 3 by Paul Harris

He uses a variety of other cuts, as well.


You must have done some research on that one?


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A bit. :wink:

I was bored.


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seems like penguin's doing some false advertising by putting all those flourishes on the demo when most of them aren't even in the books.


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sgx25 wrote:
seems like penguin's doing some false advertising by putting all those flourishes on the demo when most of them aren't even in the books.

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CORRECTION: "Quick trick" is NOT the move used in the demo. It is similar but not the same move, shouldn't get em mixed em. The pop out move is also taught in Bill malones videos, forgot what volume


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You are correct...my mistake. I guess Hartman's Pop-Out move is different from his Popover move.


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On the instructional video Oz says its a "variation on the JK Hartman popover move."


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