Magic download (video) by Chris Mayhew ($4.80 - normally $9.60)
Instead of single cards switching places, like TiVo 2.0 for example, Chris has come up with a diabolical way to make a pair of cards change places with a single card! Even better, right? It looks like trick photography so don't blink or you'll miss the magic.
Within the explanation Chris teaches two variations, one of which is 100% angle-proof so you can use it in any situation! You’ll also learn two extremely useful sleights that can be applied to countless other routines.
As part of our Community Captions project, the explanation video for this download has optional English subtitles.
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Customer reviews for Commodore 64
Oh my god, this trick is absolutely incredible! You have to buy this right now, it's well worth the money. Chris has always been one of the most entertaining magicians, in my opinion, and whilst being entertaining, he also goes through everything in detail. I purchased this from TheBlueCrown, and I'm happy to see it making it's way across the magic market! I think you'll definitely love this, you will for sure add it to your arsenal, so buy this, right now! Nice job Chris.
This is a really nice method to accomplish a very convincing transposition. The primary method does have some angle exposure - but the chances are if you're using this site, you're so used to covering the affected angle that it won't phase you - the alternative method can literally be done surrounded - there's nothing to see. The teaching is hilarious and informative throughout and I can't really recommend this enough. It'll take some practice without question but you can't really describe it as difficult.
If you know the Cardini change then you will learn this trick very quickly. The other sleights are easy to master and the trick itself has a great effect. You will have to put in the time to make it smooth as with all tricks.