52 shades v3 is packed with some great ideas. Piccaso is loaded with potential along with several
other bonus effects. The gaffed cards for the bonus effects are really great. The 52 shades of red
deck is also great for a color changing deck and blank cards to regular cards. $70 is a lot to pay
for a trick, but if your willing to put the time in to practice and make some gimmicks, this is a
great trick to have.
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This is absolutely amazing! Yes it's mainly for shows, lighted controlled areas, bday parties, etc.
There is A LOT of hands on DIY but Shin has to do this for himself as well. He can't sell it
completely assembled. To much time for him which would mean more money spent for us. Shin goes in
full detail of everything and sits down to construct everything with you. Also takes a lot of
practice for the sleights but again what doesn't in magic. If you're devoted you'll put in the time.
You can not perform on tv, social media, etc without making a complete different routine of your own
and asking Shin for consent or you could face fines due to copyright. But all you have to do is
change up his routine and ask permission. What's so bad about that? Lastely this routine for the
main act is just brilliant to say the least! It even fools myself while I'm practicing!
As you guys know,we are not shin lim,and he just should do the performance of 52 shades of red all
the versions,only he can performe,you have to pay the copyright for the shin lim parents
otherwise.oh come on mr.lim why you sailed this products then?tell when you make the trailer for
advertising tell to the people,if you buy this product you can not perform that..never again
anything from you.
Most effets are impossibles in close-up. Shin Lim's presentation is not serious; using unadapted
cards. Far from the excellent teaching quality of Daryl or Max Maven.
This is a very great trick, as well as the bonus effects are also amazing. Shin Lim goes through an
overview of the trick, as well as he then teaches how to construct all of the gimmicks and cards.
Shin Lim also teaches a walk around version of the trick in which no construction is needed and the
gaffed deck is all you need. The bonus effects were overall amazing, especially Picasso. If you are
willing to put into the effort and make the gimmicks, you have yourself a wonderful routine.