I always dig Dan Harlan, but even if I wasn't a fan I'd love this one. I absolutely love the way
this works. Every action makes sense. It's bold and clever. It's fun. And last but not least, there
isn't any difficult sleight of hand involved(important for those who like to focus more on
presentation, like myself).
All in all, I honestly can't think of anything bad to say about
this one. Plus, it's the kind of routine that can be customized to your own personal liking. I like
that as opposed to being confined to the original patter.