The Vault - Four Card Shoot
FISM winner Eric Chien teaches you his lighting-fast four-card production!
Sometimes you need to show your audience that you have next level ninja skills when it comes to handling a deck of cards. Four Card Shoot will knock them out with the fastest four-card production they have ever seen.
Or produce three of a kind and then, with an empty hand, reach into a deck being dribbled to the table and pluck the remaining card to complete the four of a kind.
Fast, visual and surprisingly simple to do!
Download it today and learn these incredible moves!
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Customer reviews for The Vault - Four Card Shoot
There are basically 2 moves taught. One is a card shot from the bottom of the deck and one is a dribble catch. Both of them look great and that's where 3 stars come from.
However there are some big downsides. The entire video including a performance is less than 4 minutes long. That leaves just over 3 minutes for teaching of both moves! As a result you get a bare minimum of information.
As for the moves themselves the card shot requires a get-ready that Eric does 2 handed. Other card shots I know require only 1 hand if there is a get-ready. However with this one you can shoot multiple cards easily, which is excellent.
The dribble catch is the big disappointment for me. It requires a gimmick. There are real dribble catches and gag or simulated dribble catches available for any deck at any time. This catch isn't in either category. For this one the gimmick is required. It does make it pretty easy and it's great for video.
I regret this purchase. For $2 less I could have bought a 90 min at the table lecture.