The Unreal Session #3
In terms of material, this has to be our favorite episode so far. Boxed Transpo by Paul Wilson is one of our favorite card tricks to perform right now. The method is genius, and fun to perform! Jason England, who we should just start calling Forte Jr. continues to turn gambling routines into magical effects. The episode goes on with insightful information from the duo but the best part is when Asi Wind steals the show by literally fooling Mr. England with an impossible card location that you just have to see to believe. And yes, he tips the method.
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Customer reviews for The Unreal Session #3
The only thing that I don't like about this series is the lack of detailed descriptions, but this episode had a lot of great stuff. Paul Wilson shared an unequal transposition between a card and a four of a kind. It's not too difficult, and it's not too long or complicated for a layperson to follow. Then, Jason shared a faro ace trick that, while lay people would probably find boring, it will probably fool magicians. Paul then did a performance only of a nice Larry Jennings effect. Finally, Asi shared a trick with a named card that immediately went into my repertoire. Great material for a good price.
Honestly. I just bought this for the Asi Wind trick because someone did it to me and "I wanted it to end." :)
Learning that trick (The Trick that Never ends) has given me confidence to perform, the certain technique required.
The reactions from that trick have been incredible. Jason England and R.P. Wilson include other material.
The trick Asi Wind do at the end makes it worth the price.