A collection of author’s some previously
published and some brand new card moves, all of them appear in English
magic literature for the first time, including:
Instant Zendwich [Zeal] -- An easy to do sandwich routine.
Zenter Flippant [The Best of Hong Kong’s Card Magic 2004] – An innovative variation of Louey Simonoff’s Flippant Move.
Hot Shot Pass [Zealotry] – A variation of Daryl’s Hot Shot Cut.
A Shock from the Coffin – A revelation using Ray Kosby’s Coffin Change.
Misdirection Tenkai Palm [Evocation
Monthly Newsletter] – Yet another move that is perfect to compose your
“one card flurry” routine.
Two Card Transpositions
Déjà Vu – An unusual two card transposition which creates a Déjà Vu experience for your spectator.
Fortune favors Bold [Zealotry] – A two card transposition which employs a very bold approach, but it looks cool and it works!
A.S. Transposition – An over the top
style transposition which can also be used to accomplish an off balance
transposition. Warning: this item is highly likely not to appear on
your to do list.
Double Revelation [Evocation Monthly Newsletter] – A quick and extremely visual manipulation sequence of the four Aces.
Simplified J.C. Four at Once [Evocation
Monthly Newsletter] – An super easy method to do Jack Carpenter’s Four
at Once production.
3:1 Revelation – A beautiful and explosive way to produce a four of a kind.
Alternation – A one at the time four of
a kind revelation, no face up cards needed in the set up, this sequence
can also be used as an alternative opening for Chris Kenner’s “Poker
for the Eyes”.
Triple Twisted Zendwich [Evocation Monthly Newsletter] – Zenneth’s super easy handling of the Twisted Collectors plot.
Random thoughts at the time of writing this booklet
Card Thru Table – This method can only be done in one on one situation, but it looks absolutely clean and innocent.
The Visitor – A completely in the hand
handling of Larry Jennings’ The Visitor, which effectively emphasis the
impossibility of the transportation of the selection.
A4 Size, 30 Pages, more than 70 Photos
watch performance video clips of some effects/moves explained in this booklet: