As I've gotten overwhelmed by the number of magic tricks available, I've limited myself to card
tricks that can be done impromptu, with a borrowed deck, possibly even an incomplete deck. This
trick meets those criteria and I couldn't be happier. I've not seen the principle before but it is
clever as hell, reminds me a little of Marlo's forced location. Very easy, no real "moves", and
allows a lot of freedom to riff with the audience as seen in the video.
It is reasonably taught,
though I watched it more than once to be sure I got it. His accent is a little heavy but the
instructions are clear, though I would have liked the name of the technique to be spelled out
Very worthwhile, easy, deceptive. Highly recommend.
" impromptu " that's mean that the cards can be shuffle by spectator before he cut to three piles ? i doubt that.
The cards can be shuffled before
is this mean that the cards not have some sort of stack ? hard to belive. the fact is that he didn't shuffle nor the spectators , in the beginning.
There is no stack. The cards can be thoroughly shuffled before the trick starts, there is a key moment that would need to be done before starting the trick, though it's easily achieved.
I agree. It would be nice if, on these effects that use a particular principle or technique that is not original with the seller, P3 would include a name and original location for the "source," even if it is original if the seller has previously written it up. This is certainly not the first time I have wanted to get more background information.
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