I got this for one purpose and one purpose only: to learn the famous cavorting aces quickly and
easily, and this did it. You can work out other ways to perform it, but this gives you the basics of
it. Overall, i am very happy with it!
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I usually like Luke's stuff, but this is a pass followed by a dribble. In a real dribble pass, the
dribble occurs before during and after the packet switch.
The dribble pass is a great move, but in this download the dribble pass is rushed.In order for you
to learn the dribble pass, you should really know how to do a classic pass first.
If you know and can perform the classic pass, and even if you can't, the dribble pass is a great
addition. This pass can pretty much be done with almost no cover and you won't have to worry about
exposing what is going on. Having said that, you still have to practice the motion of your hands. It
is a good pass but if you do it without any cover (like the video states that you can) you might get
caught with it. Other than that, this is probably the best pass out there. If you've never used the
pass before, get this video and start practicing.
He is rushed, and it is not explained nearly as well as it could be. Still, once you get "it", it is
This is the best pass you can perform... It really is angle proof once you get it down...
Yeah, the teaching is kinda fast and he assumes you already know a classic pass... It may be a
little frustrating, but you can still learn how to do it from this video... I couldnt do a pass to
save my life until this ID...
And as for the not teaching of the trick at the end, all
you have to do is learn the pass and watch him perform it... Everyone else that bashes this video
is just retarded... Not everything can be handed to you on a silver platter... If your not
willing to practice then you dont deserve to call yoursef a magician...
All in all, its
more than worth the frustration to learn this move..
This ID is for people who already know how to do the CLASSIC pass, it wont teach you the classic
pass, only the dribble pass: a way of making the classic pass invisible.
I'm a fan of Luke's work, but this download really made me write this review. I would be lying to
say that this is a good download. Luke got through the pass really quickly without detail and I
basically got nothing out of this video except for a new grip, which doesn't help all that much.
And, for it's price, the Carvorting Aces isn't even taught. All in all, this 10 minute download
isn't the greatest for learning the dribble pass.
He teaches the pass quickly and Cavorting Aces is performed and not really explained.
I really like most of what I've seen from Luke Jermay. But this video feels really thrown together.
It moves quick and there's close to no detail. I've been using a pass in performances for quite a
while now, but I got this video because I'm always looking to make better what I already know, and I
like Luke Jermay's work. This video didn't do anything for me though. He goes over a new grip but he
moves so quick and leaves so many questions unanswered it makes it hard to know if you're doing it
right when you try to practice it, which means you will most likely end up developing bad habits
that will show up in your performances. Sorry to say, but I give this one a thumbs down. Jermay's
pass looks great, but he barely even teaches it and leaves too many questions unanswered. No
close-ups, and no tips. Just a quick explanation that leaves a lot of guesswork on your part.