Learn one of the most elegant and refined techniques by the hottest hands on Instagram. Andrew Frost (or as you might know him, @sleightlyobsessed) has been raising eyebrows all over the world with his buttery smooth sleight of hand. Now he teaches one of his favorite techniques for the very first time.
The Window Change was first published by Jean Hugard in Card Manipulations (1933) and is a breathtaking color change or card appearance on the top of the deck. It is, above all, a soft move, and the card seems to just melt into view. The move is difficult, but taught expertly and achievable to anyone willing to put in a couple hours of practice.
Andy teaches the history of the move, and goes into the perfect amount of detail on how to learn it. He also explains three applications: a Card to Pocket effect, a direct steal from the middle of the deck, and a stunning appearance effect.
The download runs nearly 10 minutes in length, and requires nothing more than a pack of cards.
Running time: 9 minutes 47 seconds.
As part of our Community Captions project, the explanation video for this download has optional English subtitles.