The trick appears exactly as in the video - and it's very impressive. However, the slights are
moderately difficult, particularly keeping the cards aligned. I spent 30 minutes practicing, and my
guess is I need many more hours before I'm willing to take it out in public.
isn't very long, but there's no filler at all - none, he just goes right into it, you can see
everything clearly, and then he goes into subtleties like "how to clean up" and "how to allow the
spectator to shuffle" (which seems pointless to me, shuffling allows the energy level to drop and
doesn't really seem to increase the entertainment value of the trick, but people do want it).
Really hits the spot.
The only reason I gave it four stars rather than five is that $10
is a little much for a single trick on an instant download - but it's still worth it.
pretty well a perfect introduction to a four ace trick! Indeed, it might get me back into four ace
tricks again... :-)
I like this trick. It's a great opener if you want to display some quick and strong magic. The only
reason I don't give it 5 stars is that it requires the deck to be highly set up and it's not really
practical to set it up in mid-performance.
Also, I personally don't like to start with a 4
ace production because I think it sets the spectator on the gambling mind-set. That's something to
This trick is just Luke Jermay's own handling of an old trick called the Las Vegas Split by Paul
Harris. This trick is actually a really good trick but it does take a fair amount of practice to
make it look really good. The trick itself however isn't hard to do. You'll be able to do it almost
right away but it's the practice that will make it look better. This is a really cool way to start
into a spectator cuts to the aces routine too.
This is a great trick, with multiple steps along the way. I love the fact that it doesn't use
gimmicked cards, and you can do it with a borrowed deck (after a little bit of setup, which will
take less than a minute). I've found that a lot of people don't really care about four ace
productions (magicians, however, love them). This is a unique and visual four ace production that
everyone will enjoy.
This trick is awsome a must buy trick for any magic collection even though this trick is a little
too high priced the reactions are still well worth it. Luke Jermay has done it again good job Luke.
But I still give this trick a 4 star because the price could be a couple dollars lower. Overall
Absolutly brilliant, I was not disappointed in this at all. A word of warning DON'T COME INTO THIS
BLIND! At the very least you need to understand a few basics of card handlng from a good scource
such as Born to Perform or Card College. Most of what you need to know is explained in detail and
there are some great tips on the video for allowing spectators to shuffle the pack etc. I love this
and will use it a lot.
i'm 1 of these people that look at people who write bad reviews and think aint they sad but since
purchasing this trick i realised y. yes it is a good trick and very visual to but although the price
is fairly low it is way to expensive for this trick. go buy shotgun aces or stary eyed suprise as
they are much better and also cheaper which makes them great value for money. what ever you do dont
This is a sweet trick but it takes some time to master. The video gives you step by step instrucions
so it is very easy to learn. I give this trick 4 stars. It's one of my Best tricks.
ADD TO CART!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOW!!!!!!!!!1
A great effect that may take some time to perfect, but it hits so hard. Simply brilliant. Thanks
for this one!
I bought this pretty much out of respect for Luke Jermay, and I was not disappointed. This is very
simple, visual, and a great opener to an effect using the four aces such as The Asher Twist.
Yes there is a setup, and a clean-up. Set-up is hardly a big deal and doesn't take all that much
time to do and Luke teaches a way to let the spectator shuffle the deck beforehand. He gives
multiples ways to clean-up ranging from easy to hard, and clean-up isn't nessasarily needed.
The video is 11 minutes and is very detailed for just one trick. Luke doesn't miss much but he
is a little shaky at times, no biggie.
Some people won't like this because of the
simplicity, but simple really does hit hard. Always remember that.