Lazy Rise
By Chris Mayhew

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Lazy Rise

Magic download (video) by Chris Mayhew ($10.00)

You insert a selection into the deck and leave it outjogged near the bottom. With just a shake, the outjogged card rises out a quarter of the way up the deck. It happens again, and again until the outjogged selection ends up on top of the deck.

If you've ever wanted to perform Raise Rise but don't want to break your fingers, this is the perfect trick for you. Even Ray Kosby agrees:

"When I saw Lazy Rise my first thought was 'I just got put out of business'. It looked just as good as Raise Rise, and could be learned much faster. Great job Chris." —Ray Kosby, inventor of Raise Rise

Running time 17 minutes, 19 seconds.


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Tom Hodgson

Thoughts The move is Fantastic i absolutely love it. This move is initially intended for a rising card but it can be used for very clean switches aswell. Its deffinately not as hard as Raise Rise and i believe it has a more visual aspect you riffle down and you are bassically saying your card will rise to here. With Raise Rise there is no signal the card has just risen so it takes a moment to register (Not disrespecting Raise Rise at all) and Chris is a nice guy he is funny and very laid back i enjoy watching any of his videos and any of his material.

What They Say You insert a selection into the deck and leave it outjogged near the bottom. With just a shake, the outjogged card rises out a quarter of the way up the deck. It happens again, and again until the outjogged selection ends up on top of the deck.

If you've ever wanted to perform Raise Rise but don't want to break your fingers, this is the perfect trick for you. Even Ray Kosby agrees:

"When I saw Lazy Rise my first thought was 'I just got put out of business'. It looked just as good as Raise Rise, and could be learned much faster. Great job Chris." --Ray Kosby, inventor of Raise Rise

Teaching Like in "Cardsexchange" Chris is a funny guy very laid back and goes through the explaination in great detail all up the video runs for about 18 minutes and alot of that is spent explaining the move. Chris also runs through framing the move where is should be performed how many times the rise should be performed before the spectator decides to leave. Overall a fantastic job im really enjoying Chris's stuff.

Method Like Ray Kosby says It looks just as good as Raise Rise and it is learned much faster. The method is smart he explains how it sort of branches off from alot of other rising card effects and the history of those effects aswell. The move isn't to hard there are a few things that happen at once while the rise happens but i dont think anyone should have a problem getting this down.

Applications The move has a vast range of applications The rise, a switch, a colour change just to name a few. This move can be added to so many places in your routine to make inserting there card into the pack "Cleanly" showing them there card then to have it switched out. Very versatile.

Quality Nothing is wrong here Vanishing Inc has great quality videos the only thing i can when i pick at it is adding and extra angle close up but thats all the angles where great and easy to learn from great job!

I recommend this to anyone beginner to expert im sure everyone will learn something and get something out of this its a great move and alot of fun to play with.

Pick it Up you won't be dissapointed.


Tom

 

Jason Harris

Love this move! This is a great and visual move to add to a routine. It takes some work to get it perfect but everything that is good takes work. This is one of those moves that can blow away lay people and your magician friends. Excellent production and Chris covers everything you possibly need to know to master this move. Another great item from Chris who is on a role with the amazing material from Clockwork Apple.