At first I should say I really like Chris Ramsay's style in magic. It was over 2 and a half hours of magic! He answered a lot of questions.
What he teaches?
-Klepto Steal and Marvel Change: these are from his release called Scynchronicity. This is a silent and invisible card steal, which can be done as a color change (marvel change). With this steal, you can palm the card with your both hands (i mean which hand holdds the deck, and the other hand).
-Voodo card (i'm not sure what's the name of it) this is a very clever routine. A spectator selects a card from the deck. He/she signs the card, and the card losts in the middle of the deck. Than the spectator draws his signed card's copy on a blank card. The copy is burned by a lighter, and a piece has torn off. Just a snap, and when the magician spreads the cards, there's a burned card in the middle, and it's the spectator's SIGNED card! Amazing trick.
-Praxis Control: this is a very fooling card control, you can check the video of it on Chris Ramsay's YouTube Channel. It's a little bit ange sensitive, a little bit knacky, but that's a great idea! He teaches a cool sandwich routine, using this control.
-Spread and Butter: he taught this routine on 52Kards YouTube channel for free. It's a good chosen card teleportation. There's a very very clever switch that happens when you do the ribbon spread.
-Time Machine: Chris's take on the time travelling plot. It's a little bit angle sensitive, but I llove practicing the move.
-inked pocket ( i don't remember thereal name of it) this is an effect, which looks like you never decided to do when you perform it. The effect is: the spectator selects a card, and the magician pulls a pen out of his pocket (for signing the card), but pen is broken and the ink is leaked.the performer shows his pocket, and it is full of ink. Than he shows the other side of his pocket and the ink is formed the pip of the chosen card! Than the magician blows on the pen, and it is restored. Than he shows his pocket again, and it comes completely clean.
-Fishing, finishing, I don't know the name of it: it's a really clever force when you fan the cards, and have the first spectator remember a red card, than the second spectator remembers a black card. Than the magician can name the chosen cards! I think it isn't so practical, but still an awesome idea!
-Chris's take on the card to pocket plot: the magicians phone held by the spectator. Have the spectator choose a card, and tear off a corner of it. Then the magician is touching the phone's screen with the torn corner. The corner vanishes, and appears on the screen. Than have the spectator slide out the corner, so they're holding an invisible corner. The spectator puts the invisible corner into his/her pocket. The magician ask him/her to take the corner out of the pocket. And they find the REAL corner of their selection!
-If you read the description of the lecture, it says, you'll learn the Slipshift. But you won't. Cause Chris ran out of time I think.
-False watch steal: one of the spectators (who never had a watch) stands next to the performer. Than the magician flashes his own watch behind the first spectator's head, other's think he stole the spectator's watch in an unbelieveble way. Than the magician gives the spectator the watch as a gift. For the spectator it's a gag, for the rest of the audience it's pure magic :)
all in all, it's a great lecture! I enjoyed it so much! Thanks!