This effect is very sneaky, very clean and amazing. The sneaky thing you add, you will probably
already have around the house, if not, just another trip to the Dollar Store. It’s highly
interactive presentation gets more than one of your spectators involved … really nice. There are no
difficult moves to learn, no sleights, you just handle the deck very casually and hand it out to
your spectator. Now the deck is in their hands for the rest of the trick, they cut the deck, fan the
deck, touch the cards, all the work is already done. After the card transposition is shown, they are
still holding the deck, they can check out the deck all they want, there is nothing there to find
other than the card they saw go into your pocket. David is sharing with you one of his favorite
tricks that you can add to your arsenal. Once you learn the trick, you will kick yourself on how
simple this is, you will be performing this very soon with little practice. Leave your spectator
with the signed card as a souvenir of one of the most amazing things they will have seen and
‘experienced’. This can be done close-up, strolling, parlor over even on stage. Don’t worry about
bad angles, there are none. Get this, you can’t go wrong, this is a 5++++ star. Love it!
Just watching it, I'm just guessing, but would I be right to say that it doesn't finish quite clean (the spectator's card cannot be left behind as a souvenir)? Nor does it start clean (wouldn't want to let the spectator shuffle the deck immediately before s/he selects a card?
Mr Regal says it himself--you do indeed finish clean, and both cards and the deck can be examined after. Mr Regal doesn't go over getting the "necessary" into the deck on the fly, but any card worker who has even basic skills and knowledge can figure it out if you want to do it that way. But even that isn't necessary--setup and reset are a breeze, and the spectator sees and handles the deck and has no reason to suspect that it is anything but shuffled and normal.