Not a bad trick, but Jim Krenz is not for beginners of like me about a year of experience old.
His NeoMix is so hard and you need to make a lot of sleight moves that only a premier magician
can accomplish without spoiling the trick.
Not sure he is the right magician to work buy tricks
from for the average person, like me. I tend to like Henry Evans tricks more,. Yes you need
practice, but he really explains how to perform and with minimal sleight. And they are stunning. Not
so much for Jim Kernz products.
Your comments about NeoMix are fair, as it is a sleight-of-hand routine with a visual and unique climax that is meant for professionals. That said, your comments about NeoMix are not applicable to this effect.
This effect, Invisible Triumph, is performed and taught with two methods: one with a single, *simple* move, and the other is *completely* free of sleights (and done with a freely thought of card!).
If your desire is to perform with less moves, please note that the second method of Invisible Triumph has *no* sleights—which, in comparison, is better than tricks needing minimal sleights. I feel that your review is misleading, so I felt compelled to write a rebuttal. If you, or other customers have further questions, please contact me and I will happy to have a fair and honest discussion of my products.