This is a perfect cut.
Okay, okay... I'll give it a real review. This is a perfect cut for
1) It REALLY looks legitimate. For all intents and purposes, you might as well
be mixing up the cards.
2) It's flourishy, but not TOO flourishy. It doesn't draw attention
to your hands, but still retains skill.
3) It feels comfortable to do. This is the sort of
cut that you can do while talking and it seems quite natural. The sort of cut that really reinforces
that you don't care where the selected card is.
I look forward to the next video from Chris
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Wiehl did a great job!
Simple but amazing. Really easy to learn and it looms great.
my 5 minutes to learn it..
Too bad there aren't more videos like this one..
Since this is
free it's a MUST!
Chris keep up the good work ;)
Patrik of Croatia
4 of 4 magicians found this helpful.
Wonderful way to cut the cards ... I do this all the time. A must See.
2 of 3 magicians found this helpful.
This is a great vedio. I learnt a lot from this. Thank you very much.
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This simple in the hands false cut is easy to learn and is great to do whenever you need to pretend
that you're cutting the cards. As a 0$ download, this video is worth it. Hopefully you'll like it's
simplicity and deceptiveness
I like that its something I haven't seen. Its good to have one more way to "cut" the cards.
Christopher's explanations are always clear. Look for other of his videos, you won't regret it.
If u already know the charlier cut, with this u get a bonus so u can false cut, it is great to add
to the options you have for false cuts.
not a great audio though.
This free down load is so awesome! Thank you for so many freebies here at Penguin! I watched the
video several times, practiced while watching it and now it's my favorite shuffle to show off!
The pint of a false cut is to look just like you are just cutting the cards, no moves (Dai Vernon's
Cold deck cut). This cut does not look very deceptive because it does not look like a normal
charlier cut. The other bad thing is that it isn't nice enough to be a flourish.
I hate to do a critique of something that is free, but when this false cut is done, it give the
appearance that the card positions haven't been changed at all. It's a false cut that looks like a
false cut. I think there needs to be some sort of step that makes it look like a bunch of cards
have changed places in the deck.