Watch close and don't blink as one-by-one the four Queens vanish in visual eye-candy only to re-appear all at once in this highly visual interpretation of Bill Goodwin's, The Queens.
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Customer reviews for The Queens
This is an ideal representation of Dan and Dave's magic style: short performances that astonish non-stop and that hit hard at the end. You learn four vanishes, some hard, some simple. The first two I will not expose, but the third and the fourth are of course the all so known Cardini change, expertly taught by the Buck twins, and the Clipshift. Yes, you read that right, you can learn Chad Nelson's famous clipshift! This is so valuable and is a utility move that shows no end. It is, on the other hand, quite hard to master, but don't worry, the Bucks teach you an easy, alternative move. The reveal is epic and flourishy in a Dan and Dave kind of way, and concludes the trick which is instantly repeatable. I recommend it to those who have some experience in card magic and to all who are fans of Dan and Dave's style.
The effect is awesome! Every moves in this trick take practice but the tutorial is clear and easy to understand. The final vanish in the performance is the "Clip Shift" move and one should know that in the tutorial he doesn't teach this. He teaches an alternat handling which is a lot easier. If you want to learn the "Clip Shift" then you should check out Chad Nelson's Collection, SURFACED which is also available on this website.
This is a very beautiful effect. Once practiced, mastered and performed well, you are guaranteed to get great reactions. This is sleight of hand and magic at its best and is a must have. It does take a lot of practice though, but when it is mastered, this is a very lethal trick to perform.
I have been doing this trick for quite a while, and its always been one of my top 5 effects. The production at the end always gets killer reactions. Recently, I've been doing this trick with Chris Kenner's alteration of the first vanish taught on andthensome, which I really like since its cleaner and less conspicuous than the original first vanish. Overall, this trick is amazing, and if you don't already have it you NEED to get it. Its really that good.
This trick kind of rides the line between trick and flourish. It's very flashy but does have a plot with a climax. This particular trick does not really fit my style but I learned a lot from it anyway. it has a lot of useful bits that make it worth learning and practicing even if it doesn't match your style.
This is a hard hitting trick, but as the rating suggests it is slightly difficult to learn. The biggest disappointment I had with this is that the student is NOT taught the clipshift, something that I had failed to read, but overall is a good purchase. I do feel that they could have gone into a little more depth with explaining the first vanish, but just mimic exactly what their hands do and listen to what he is saying and you will be in good shape. I do not recommend this trick if you are a beginner in card magic.
This is not an easy effect. But when performed well, it looks like a miracle. Dan has good tips but did not explain the final vanish as well as I would have wished.