This is a great approach to the TnR plot. Although my intentions of buying this were in hopes that
this would be my most "practical, go to" version of the TnR... I regret to say it is not... There is
a bit of a time consuming set-up and for most professionals this would probably not be worth losing
pocket space for the extra deck you would most likely need to perform this in a walk around
situation without a force.
If you really like the look of this it might be worth it to
you, but in my opinion there are more practical solutions to the TnR effect. The flash restoration
and in the hands versions are by far the most workable of this dvd. The piece by piece is very angle
sensitive and does not look near as visual or clean as other methods out there. The method to being
able to show the front and back of a free selection is a very fooling method but as I said before
also comes at a cost of losing the freedom of a normal deck and pocket space(deck switch). The
signature is also very peculiar as you must only sign in one corner...
Overall I loved this
method, I think its a work of art and brilliantly thought out... but I can not say this would ever
be the number one choice for most. This is a wonderful flash restoration of a freely selected card.