Dan and Dave Buck

Autocatch

A neat card trick, in the form of a stunt, that will fool your friends into believing what you say you're doing is actually true.

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Customer reviews for Autocatch

Anonymous

I like this trick because it gets killer reactions. It's fun and easy to do too.

 

Anonymous

I like this trick because it is simple and easy to do but there is one flaw, I watched a YouTuber do it and on the second viewing, I figured out how to do it. Still gets amazing reactions and I love it!!

 

Anonymous

A very nice card trick, which can also be presented as a display of skill. If you choose to present this trick in this way I think you will get much better reactions than presenting it in a magic way, because sometimes the most impressive thing you can do isn't that it is possible - it has a logic explanation, but it is so hard that reaches the edge of impossible. With the appropriate use of misdirection, it's a killer. As for the teaching and the quality of the video, there are not many things to say; both great. Recommended to everyone.

 

Anonymous

This trick is quick, visual, and hard hitting. Your spectators won't know what hit them. I learned this off of andthensome and I was very happy I did. The teaching is thorough and its easy to learn this simple effect.

 

Anonymous

Consider this, the Hover Spring itself is a technique that looks so great and is so fun to perform that alone it should be worth more than the listed price. This tutorial will also teach you another priceless technique which shall remain unnamed else the trick would be revealed. Nevertheless, the said technique is something needed in hundreds of tricks and is very useful and subtle.



In general, the trick is just one of many applications for the hover spring, such as a new way of revealing a sandwich. This inspires a new idea, the effect of a pair intercepting a card out of the deck with the factor of contact which acts as a convincer.



As a final word, even the Hover Spring has its diversity. I've slightly modified the handling and have already managed to use it as an awesome color change. Let me tell you that is looks like a camera trick!



I STRONGLY recommend this to everyone. No doubts should be allowed, buy it immeadiately if you like the performance or the Hover Spring itself.

 

Anonymous

This is a great quickie. It fools, and actually looks like it could happen. With lots of skill, that is!

 

Anonymous

The revealing part of this trick is the most beautiful reveal I've ever seen. Yet, not hard to do if you can spring the cards. Really nice impromptu sandwich effect.

 

Anonymous

This is stylish, nearly impromptu and a amazing display of skill, although its relatively easy to do. It is half flourish, half trick. It gets the best reactions. It is fun to do, doesn't take long to learn (Assuming you can do a spring) and it gets good reactions. What more could you wish for? Add to cart now!

 

Anonymous

I learned this trick off of andthensome and it is probably my favorite trick off of that Collection. Its not too difficult and only takes a few minutes to perform. This trick also routines quite well with Osh Negash B'gosh, which is another outstanding trick on andthensome. Overall, definitely worth the $5.

 

Anonymous

I just got this yesterday and preformed it the same day. It was one of the best streaming videos I've got from this site. If you already know how to spring cards it will take barley any practice. The reactions are great when they see the card in between the two queens. After getting this it makes me want to buy the whole Collection of Andthensome. I'm 110% happy that I got it and you will be too!

 

Anonymous

I really like this trick. looks really cool and I really like the whole hover spring sandwich concept. Very fun to do and quite easy. If you like this trick, I think you should also check out "Scoop". Both of these are great tricks, I recommend them to anyone.