Best for Last
Magic download (video) by Jason Ladanye ($9.95)
Looking for a gambling-themed closer that will bring the house down? Then save the Best for Last!
In this poker deal demonstration, the magician deals himself every poker hand from lowest to highest, guaranteeing he won't be welcomed at any spectator's card table!
Download and learn today!
Community questions about Best for Last
Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.
Ask a question
Interested in Best for Last? You may also like:
Paul Wilson gives a phenomenal introductory course to close up magic with...
This download is exciting to us because it shows mentalist Luke Jermay in an...
Pit Hartling performs and explains an extremely deceptive name-a-card trick...
Customer reviews for Best for Last
This routine is incredibly easy to do after a little practice. The only shortcoming in this is that Jason references the false shuffle he is using and that he will teach it later, but it is never taught. He does show some nice work on false cuts and a double undercut touch that is very nice. I just wish that smooth false shuffle was taught. The routine is too good and impressive to rate any less than excellent though. For the amount of work you're doing (after you memorize the routine's patter), you are getting a miracle worth learning.
An excellent trick, and not at all too difficult. Fantastically done, Jason Ladanye; I am most definitely going to be looking into more of your work. Your tricks have yet to disappoint me. The sleights and subtleties are beginner-intermediate difficulty if you're really stretching (though, like so many things, you could always insert more difficult ones if you wanted - e.g. there are false cuts you can learn in a minute, and false cuts it takes weeks to master). As is so often the case in gambling demonstration tricks, the mastery of the presentation of even the simplest of moves, the rhythm, engagement, consistency, and purpose - these are what make or break the routine. Not how difficult certain moves are. And that's what you need to practice practice PRACTICE. This trick really displays that and it does so beautifully. It's an amazing gambling demonstration trick. The only downside to this download?: This is one trick out of a full dvd (I presume), so the butter-smooth false shuffles, strips, and cut sequences are not even named or referenced, let alone taught. Still, it's completely worth the value. Based on this trick alone, I'll probably be buying the full dvd or accompanying book. 5/5.