John Guastaferro Live Lecture
John Guastaferro is a dynamic performer, author and creator. His published works are acclaimed by magicians worldwide, including his Brainstorm DVDs (2003) and book One Degree (2010). In this new lecture, John will cover a broad range of effects, predominately with playing cards, featuring some new material and old favorites. He'll also talk about the creative process and how the one-degree approach can create great impact through small refinements. Learn more about John at MagicJohnG.com
- In the Doghouse (two Jokers and a selection transpose)
- Club Daley (a two-phase sandwich effect using two selections) MOVES
- Ballet Cut (John's versatile in-the-hands false cut/flourish)
- Proximity Peek Control (learn the identify and position of peeked card) MENTAL
- Twenty (a commercial blackjack and poker effect with a mental twist)
- Little White Lies (a fooling packet effect with an ending no one sees coming) NON-CARDS
- Some fun bits, including unpublished ideas for Ring & StringACES
- Tailspin (an impromptu twisting effect with some new added touches)
- Hide & Seek (a very clean pocket interchange effect)CLOSER
- Multi-Mental (John's signature multiple selection routine)
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Customer reviews for John Guastaferro Live Lecture
I love John Guastaferro's magic! I learnt so much both from this lecture and his One Degree book, not just in terms of tricks or sleights but in terms of audience management and improving your effects one tweak at a time. This is one of my favourite At The Table lectures so far!
As someone who is a very big fan of Mr. Gustaferro's work, I was very excited to watch this lecture. It has a main focus on cards, but there is a little variety as well. He even adds some stuff that wasn't originally supposed to be on the lecture! I would definitely recommend.