Sorry, but this is just terrible. I agree that the principle being used here can be somewhat
deceptive, but the application of it is just terrible, and I can't see this fooling anyone but the
most naive of spectators.
And really, given the routine, why even use this principle? If
you're going to set up the deck in this way, why not just use actual duplicates of the cards in
play? That would make a whole lot more sense... the effect still won't be the least bit deceptive
in my mind, but at least you won't have observant spectators noticing the incongruities of your
There's really nothing of value here. You probably already do know this
principle via a very popular Internet card trick, and this routine is completely transparent.
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The overly tattooed gentleman can not be clearly understood.. His words are indistinct and often
Honestly, couldn't understand half of what he was trying to say..
It's a shame....
Please... get a person who can speak and enunciate clearly in the English language..!!
This is one of the best uses for an oil and water trick! It uses a highly underused move and Luke
brings it back with a bang! Takes a little bit of skill but well worth it!
I like this trick, and it works great most of the time! However, if your audience is familiar with
another well-known trick in kids magic books, they may understand the principle behind this one. Be
careful, but it does work most of the time! It's a pretty powerful effect, and I'd strongly
Very deceptive...very practical. I have not yet put together an oil and water routine, but when I
do, this is certain to be part of it. The only problem with this is that it does require some setup
of the deck...a setup that may be problematic to get into. Other than that it's a great concept.
When I first watched this I was beating myself up for not thinking of it first. It is so simple yet
so deceptive. It is defiantly worth the money, but on top of that Luke teaches three other oil and
water phases to build up to this finale. for 9 bucks you can't go wrong. buy it.
Great buy! The Oil and Water Finale is a great trick in of itself but the bonus material is just as
nice. Prior to this Oil&Water was just a trick I used to lead into another tricks set up... this
has taken that single trick and turned it into a routine of it's own. I Love it! More imporantly
though my crowds love it!
I must say this way of performing Oil & Water is absolutely genius. I would have never thought of
this is a brilliant effect. luke teaches 4 versions of oil and water and a bonus trick using the
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Very easy and effective.
1 minute to learn.