This is a great effect. That leaves the audience without any explanation, but "real" magic. ;) great
thinking and fooled me badly when I first saw it.
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I mean come on, this doesn't require much sleight of hand. It easy to learn and easy to perform.
There isn't any difficult sleight. Great tricks and fun to do. 5 stars
Ignore the 1 star
review, the guy is obviously too lazy to learn basic and saying "35 years under his belt" make him
sound like he have a learning disability when he couldn't pull this off. If you're inability to
learn simple sleight of hand, don't make a review or make the product look bad.
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This is a nice card to box effect, however it is not a beginner trick. It requires a gimmick that
you must supply for yourself. Most magicians should have some handy in the junk drawer. There are a
couple of methods taught one intermediate and one advanced.
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I like this trick a lot because it has lots of good simple moves that are useful building blocks.
The tutorial video is great too, having Dan there with Miguel work-shopping ideas is excellent. So
many ideas packed in this video. A real platform for more ideas.
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This is amazing. It’s clean and incredibly easy to do. A very minor slight but one everyone should
be able to do.
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One should review a product based on the quality of the product. Who cares if you're capable of
doing it or not. Honestly, after 33 (?) years of doing card magic you should be able to do it with
no problem or at least be knowledgeable about what it entails based on the demo. Its not that hard.
Its not the products fault that you're incapable of performing this beautiful piece of magic.
You deserve 2 stars...the product deserves 5.
With that being said, this is wonderful. If
you have a few years experience under your belt and you love to practice...not to mention you've
progressed the way in which you should, then you'll absolutely love this.
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Normally gimmicks are supposed to make tricks easier to perform. This is a beautiful sandwich
effect, but it does require some more advanced handling. Dan Harlan tries to help offer some simpler
suggestions, but I find too many of the moves to be knacky. Even Miguel has too much tension in his
performance. It is hard to disguise the moves. Too much focus on the moments of tension.
still give it three stars because it is a good attempt at an impossible trick. I'm sure someone will
come up with a method that's simpler in the future.
I have watched this several times, but can never recall what it is when I see the name again.
I love this trick. It was one of the first I got. While it does require some practice if you are not
skilled in card sleights it is not impossible for a beginner. Dan Harlan accompanies Miguel on the
instruction video and offers some easier alternatives to use until you get comfortable/smoother with
Miguel's moves. I found this a great trick to practice some moves that I have found useful far
beyond this trick alone.
I will say that I was slightly overwhelmed by this at first but
after working through a few other tricks and watching the explanation a few times I was able to
process it much better. The effect is great and quite convincing once you are comfortable with it.
You get maximum impact for minimal practice.
Mr. Gea is with no doubt one of the greatest magicians alive, and this one is absolutely brilliant.
Not selfworking but doable with some practice. When I first saw the trailer I had no idea about how
it was done. Bravo maestro!