DMB Spread Control
A selected card is cleanly pushed into the deck and immediately controlled to the bottom with no apparent sleight of hand. Learn two version of this control along with a handful of applications including our version of The General Card, a Multiple Shift, a Switch, and a card at any number solution.
DMB Spread Control 2.0 by Franco Pascali. Now available!
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Customer reviews for DMB Spread Control
Wow. I've been doing this move since I started magic and I absolutely love this move. I use no other control to the bottom, nothing is quite as great as this control. It's simple, deceptive, and very easy to execute, you do NOT want to miss out on this.
I initially learned the DMB spread-control on the Trilogy, however it was still worth re-learning it from this OnDemand. Dan goes through both versions with clear detail, and gives tips on how to execute the control when performing (because its one thing to learn the mechanics of a move, but it's just as important to learn how to execute moves in actual performance). The applications that Dan presents show the practicality of the move, and thus opens the doorway for you to think of more applications.
This is a splendid card control that Dan Buck teaches amazingly. He goes through step by step and even throws in a few card tricks that can be used with the DMB Spread Control. I defiantly recommend it to anybody.
Uncountable applications could be achieved be the DMB Spread Control. You can do almost anything in the world by having a selected card controlled to the bottom of the deck unknown by your spectators. Medium in difficulty, a few weeks practice should do it. But to make it perfect, you should keep practicing the trick. Good for both beginners and advanced people.
This is a brilliant control! Although if you have small hands like myself, it may be a bit tricky to learn. But with a bit of extra practice, you will have this down! It's very deceptive! Very smooth!! Worth getting!
The trick was really good and easy to learn, but you should replace the demo video because there is a part where he flashed the card and you could see how he did it.