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An early version of the ace transposition which makes it look like you can steal the aces away from under someone's hand.
Simple Four-Ace Routine:
A classic four ace assembly.
Ed Marlo's Simplex Aces:
A convincing ace assembly version by Ed Marlo using a versatile switch.
Grant's Four-Ace Routine:
Next, Gen Grant gives you a non-sleight-of-hand method
Paul Rosini's Ace Transposition:
An incredible transposition now improved with a couple of extra kickers.
Ed Marlo's Face-Up Ace-Embly:
A way to make the aces instantly gather together and reverse themselves in the middle of the deck.
Joe Berg's "Magician Makes Good":
And the aces make a surprise appearance when a spectator tries to guess their card. Turns out it's an ace, so naturally the other cards change to match it.
An effective, and versatile, sequence to make four cards all appear to be the same before revealing their true identities.
Christopher's Red and Black Aces:
Make the red and black aces change places in the blink of an eye.
"Chic" Schoke's Hippity Hop Aces:
A unique, visual way to make the aces change places.
Audley Walsh's Ace Assembly:
An incredibly deceptive technique which allows the aces, distributed in a fan, to instantly come together on the top of the deck with no sleight-of-hand.
Barnhardt's Four-Ace Opener:
Cut to the four aces from a shuffled pack.
Ed Marlo's Four-Ace Opener:
Visually produce the four aces, by having the aces "kiss".
Ed Marlo's General Ace Opener:
Find the four aces from a shuffled deck, using only one hand.
Ed Marlo's One-at-a-Time Aces:
A great assembly where you see the aces appear one-at-a-time.
H.Adrian Smith's Penetrative Aces:
An unusual (seldom seen) penetration effect, where the aces travel through the close up mat to join the rest, underneath the spectators wallet.
The Conjurer's Four-Ace Mystery:
One of the most famous ace assemblies ever, where each one is clearly seen until it vanishes from its packet to join the leader ace.
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