In total, there are 16 effects and techniques taught including an impromptu invisible deck routine, torn & restored card effect, a brilliant approach to the classic cross-cut Force and so much more. Of course, each one is bursting with those classic Ben Earl touches and subtleties that help take effects to new heights.
"Let's Play Triumph"
A completely re-imagined handling of Triumph that takes the approach of a "game" instead of just a "trick".
A sandwich effect using genuine randomness and clever misdirection to create a perfect 'in the hands' miracle.
An impromptu handling of the Invisible Deck that not only looks impossibly clean, but will recalibrate your understanding of this classic effect.
After seeing an amazing piece of magic, the spectator has the chance to find out how it is done... but their decision will radically alter their experience and their understanding of 'secrets'.
An impossible demonstration of skill and control which is done entirely by the spectator!
"Restoring The Past"
A Torn & Restored card effect which also restores a moment in time.
"The Unreal Transposition"
An amazing transposition that is entirely psychological and literally takes place in the mind of a spectator.
This might be one of the most subtle and beautiful handlings of the Ambitious Card. It is so simple and clean, that it appears to be something else entirely.
Possibly the most amazing coin vanish you will ever perform. This is not a move, but a profound, interactive effect designed to live forever in the mind of the spectator.
A transformation which takes place in a different realm.
A baffling prediction of any freely named card.
"A Universal Presentation"
A devious piece of presentational psychology specifically designed to add conceptual depth and nuance to any effect.
An effect designed to be performed for one person on a special occasion. But to make it more special, they decide what effect is created... and if it ever finishes.
"Conjuring With Wonder"
An effect designed to take place once the performance is over; one which cannot be known by the performer!
"New Theory: Cross-Cut Force"
Ben's approach to this wonderful move is explained in detail with many additional ploys, touches and handlings.
"New Theory: French Drop"
Ben's approach to this classic coin magic sleight elevates it to new levels of deceptiveness.