Magic download (video) by Caleb Wiles ($12.00)
The trick that amazed Paul Harris, Joshua Jay, and everyone else who saw it! Heralded as the best version of the classic “Reset” ever; explained here in great detail including alternate switches, counts, and endings.
Plus, for the first time Caleb teaches Jack Carpenter's “South Street Swindle,” an underground hit appearing here for the first time.
Imagine removing four Jacks—a great poker hand—for your spectator. You take a bad poker hand, consisting of four black spot cards. One by one you cause the Jacks to change places with the black cards. Then you cause the entire PACKETS to transpose. Finally, you change the Jacks into Aces. There are more than a dozen magic moments in this routine, which lasts a little more than 3 minutes.
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Dr. Sagathevan asks: How difficult is it to do this trick? needs card handling skills etc? I do not do any card sleights. Can I manage this? Thanks
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- 1. Tony answers: It's not too difficult, you will need some common sleight of hand
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Customer reviews for Reswindled
Meant to have reviewed this months ago when I first bought it. This really is a great little routine that, on revisiting it again recently, I'd somehow forgotten just how good it was. It's effectively impromptu, and has a lot of extra handlings/ideas thrown in for an incredibly low price. The chap in the video Caleb does the trick on appears to have just woken up (and thus appears only mildly interested), and I think it must have been this fact that initially led me to not realising just how much magic is crammed into a relatively short routine.