Doug Edwards: Card Star

Magic download (video) by Doug Edwards ($8.00 - normally $10.00)

Doug Edwards is an underground force. We asked him to teach six "choice" moves and routines to include in one jam-packed download. Pay particular attention to the EZ Pass here, in case you want to add a pass to your toolbox that you can start using IMMEDIATELY after watching the tutorial.

Shove Over Shuffle: A false shuffle and cut sequence that looks completely genuine; yet is surprisingly easy to do.

Packs a Wallop: This unusual, surprising routine "made" Doug's reputation when he developed it in the 80s. You cause two cards to transpose in full view, with a visual "flick" of your finger.

Aces Out: A gorgeous and sleek Ace cutting routine.

Ace Delivery: A flourishy Ace production sequence where the Aces are produced from the middle of the deck.

Spread Change: A finesse of the classic palm color change that shows how making just one minor change can make a move look so much better!

EZ Pass: Perhaps the most useful move Doug has ever created, this is a pass that will NOT take you years to master. Meant to be performed head on, if you simply put your fingers where Doug instructs you to, this pass will work BY ITSELF. It's called EZ Pass for a reason, and it's a wonderful move to have at your disposal for close-up performances.

Running time: 17 minutes 40 seconds

 

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Customer reviews for Doug Edwards: Card Star

Lonnie Dilan

I had the pleasure of meeting Doug about 12 years ago while I was visiting Tannens in NY. The dude was humble and crazy skilled. Packs a wallop has been in my personal arsenal for the past 15 years and I am glad that more magicians will be learning and using this simple and stunning routine. Thank you guys for bringing Doug to VI.

 

Chris Robinson

This is an outstanding download! The material is great and the teaching is very good also. This is material that I will be using, and I am looking forward to more material from Doug!

 

Roberto Blarasin

This is an example of excellent teaching: great selection, attention to the details that count, perfect results. Wonderful!