This trick is pretty good if you have big hands. I'm 11 and I have pretty small hands and I had to
change the slights which just made it look dirty. However, the techniques in the trick actually let
you perform your "own" effects if your not comfortable with it. If you want to do tricks surrounded,
this would not be the thing for you. If you are a real expert, I say get this trick otherwise,
don't get it.
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really good reactions
teaches good sleights and color change
not very angle friendly
takes a little bit of practice
there's a problem when
you replace the blanks with just a normal four of a kind, but what i do is i have red and blue backs
all in all it's really good, but takes a little time
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This is my favourite Instant Download trick on penguin at the moment. Quite simply this trick is
amazing- it's visual, it makes sense and it's a joy to perform. It does require some practise and
getting a few angles just right but let's be honest, as magician's we kinda love practising in front
of our mirror until it looks just right!
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I performed this after practicing for two hours and blew away the audience. I'm so happy I found
this Penguin Classic!
This was at a private party of 10 people gathered around a coffee
table. I sandwiched this trick in the middle of several other tricks. I opened by doing a flash four
Aces production routine and then did a Cut the Aces routine that produced the four kings.
I then did Paul Harris' Blackjack Challenge routine. THEN I did TranspOzition by way of
'explaining' how I can switch cards undetectably right in front of the spectators.
they are so floored by this effect I tell them I will do it in slow motion and then do Paul Harris'
Reset routine. The backfire of the reappearance of the aces at the end of Reset ties it all
TranspOzition really adds a PUNCH to the middle of this long-standing routine
I've performed for years.
Highly recommended. Not for beginners though. The false counts
need confidence and experience. Oz teaches some alternatives to the steal and color-change sequence
that may be too angly for some beginners.
This is a complex trick, well beyond me as a beginner, and the instruction is full of assumptions
that increase that challenge. That said, the technique is sound and the effect impressive to the
audience. The one warning I would give, based on my practice, is that you really are better off
This is a great video to enhance your card sleight repertoire. Yes these are a little more advanced
and will take practice. However, the routine itself is great, but the add value is the sleights you
learn that can be used in other places and develop your own routines. This would be angle
sensitive, as some of the sleights could flash if surrounded.
Great buy... get it now!!
While the trick itself is pretty good, the benefits from this are learning the moves. This is one of
those effects that could be found on an instructional DVD just to learn the moves/operation. I
haven't performed this trick in years, but I still to this day, use the things I learned in this
This is a really great 4 card transposition. This is an old take on a trick called Reset but it a
nicer handling. I really like the idea of using the blank cards too. You'll have to buy yourself
some blank cards but you can get them on Penguin for cheap so no worries there. The downside to this
trick is that it isn't impromptu and it does have some set up but aside from that, it is a real
this is a great effect that any magician could have. Oz does go a little fast with the explanation,
which is why i gave it 4 stars, but once you get it, boy that's a good one. I still haven't
performed it, but I will soon. ATC!!!
Simply...amazing. This trick does require some pretty advanced sleights, but if you master them
(which I did in 30 min) you will have probably one of the most visual tricks.
the blank cards. the count at the end looks funny without them.
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