Magic download (video) by Valdemar Gestur ($5.00)
Click 2.0 is an updated, simplified handing, of Valdemar's visual color change performed with a rubber band and a deck of cards.
The effect, similar to the original Click Change, differs in a way that you no longer have to "snap the band down onto the card" to make the change. Click 2.0 is done entirely with one hand, providing an even more impossible condition. Because of this, Valdemar was able to reengineer the secret-wrap to be less suspecting.
Although prior knowledge of the original Click Change is not necessary to perform this new handling we do encourage learning both methods.
Possible uses include a color change, revelation or ending to an ambitious card routine.
As part of our Community Captions project, the explanation video for this download has optional English subtitles.
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B asks: Hi, I see the sale is still on, which is awesome of you guys! I'd like to pick this up. Can any answer if the box variation is on this download as per the demo by Patrick Kuhn in the original click download? Thank you
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