Bebel / Vallarino: Inspiration Volume 1
The Trick of the 4 Kings
Bebel opens with Marlo's classic version using the KM move, then Vallarino comes out with a more visual version eliminating the KM moves. Finally, they brainstorm on how to make the version even cleaner than the original by removing useless techniques.
A, 2, 3 and 4 of Spades
This is the classic card to pocket effect. No duplicate are used. You place the ace in your lepel pocket, the 2 in your left jacket pocket, the 3 in the right jacket pocket and the 4 in your trouser's pocket. Then, you have 4 kings in your hand. In a handshake, the A, 2, 3 and 4 are in your hand, while the 4 kings are in each pocket.
In this routine, Bebel performs a routine using 4 aces only. This is a very impromptu performance that can be done at any time using only 4 cards. Then, more aces are added one by one in this small pack of 4 aces, but in the end, you only, always, have 4 cards in hand.
The Nameless trick
In this trick, Vallarino have 3 spectators hold the deck and pick a card. Each one of these cards are lost in the deck in the way that looks impossible to find, because the spectator replace the card themselves in the deck.