Erdnase Go Round
This modified rendition of the the classic Erdnase One-Hand Shift was inspired by a Chris Kenner idea and taken to new heights (literally).
Erdnase Go Round is just one of ten original flourishes explained on The Trilogy, a body of work that spans over ten years of study and practice of the art of cardistry.
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Customer reviews for Erdnase Go Round
This is a great one handed cut. It's not that hard, especially the second version. It's very flashy, and people love flying packets! Definetely worth the few bucks.
This is a fun variation of the erdnase one handed cut. Its simple yet flashy enough to make spectators go wild. This is a steal.
A very flashy and flourishy way to cut the deck. A packet flies out of nowhere and spins its way back to the pack.
This is the coolest way to do one handed cut. The bottom packet will be thrown and receive on top of the deck. The grip in this method is a bit difficult to do. But if you get used to it, then this is not difficult anymore. The best thing of this move is the flying packet, which always get a lot reaction from people.
I happen to be a freak for one-handed cuts and this is by far the best one I've learned. My favorite that I ever saw is the one from The System by Dan and Dave, I think it's called kryptonite. Unfortunately I don't have that Collection. On the other hand, over here for a great price you can learn another fantastic one-handed cut. It may not be as impressive in matter of difficulty, but this cut is way flashier and immeadiately intrigues people. I garantee that if performed at school or something, you'll always get someone who'll ask you to repeat it.
I love this cut and don't regret at all having spent money for it (well I actually got it off the trilogy back when I bought that). Recommended 110%! Thank you Dan and Dave for this awesome, creative cut.
Erdnase Go Round proves to be a perfection addition to my collection of one handed cuts. This is a great improvement of the original Erdnase One Handed Shift and is also one of my favourite one handed cuts to perform. This cut is not only aerial but is also flashy, spectacular but yet simple and pure eye candy. I want to thank Dan and Dave for creating such an awesome cut that easily grabs the attention of your spectators.
I love the erdnase go-round. It is a fun and knacky flourish! The first version looks really cool, but the second really gets people. I like to use the second version and catch the packet in my other hand to go into the carnahan fan and one handed fan circle! You will get your money's worth.