Jason England Lecture (Experts at the Card Table 2020)
Magic download (video) by Jason England ($36.00)
This is a fascinating download that exhibits a rare format not often followed in lectures. Jason spends 90 minutes teaching his favorite effects from a disparate list of sources and creators. You'll learn his favorite "Triumph" to show other magicians (and a lengthy explanation of his strong opinion of which "Triumph" to use for a lay audience). You'll learn Marlo's Cigar Bottom Deal, and other tips for false dealing. You will learn a terrific, classic card effect with a new twist that makes it even better. Jason will also explain Harry Lorayne's "Out of This Universe" with a novel addition that elevates the overall effect. This is a chance to go into Jason's private notebooks and see a sampling of the magic HE finds most noteworthy.
This download also includes an exclusive tour of Jason's Cheating Museum. This is a must-see for any magic or gambling enthusiast.
"Experts at the Card Table" was a full day (seven hours) online convention hend on October 25th 2020, where we spent the day with some of the brightest lights in cards magic, who taught new routines, unpublished techniques, and detailed tutorials on cheating sleights.
The convention featured:
- Karl Hein false shuffles workshop
- Allan Ackerman lecture
- Jason England Cheating
- Jason England lecture
- Andi Gladwin and Joshua Jay jam session
- Shin Lim lecture
Running time: 1 hour 46 minutes
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The information presented here is world-class. Jason knows his stuff and it's a privilege to hear him talk about a neglected part of the card world. I've always been a fan of his work but I haven't had the chance to learn much about the history and techniques - this was the perfect opportunity to do that!