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The Commercial Magic Of J. Genii magazine June by Richard Kaufman, Wayne Houchin’s handling, which is pretty much the traditional version with a few finesses here and there James, Wesley: Epoptica Yearbook issue by Jeff Busby, p H.
Thanks for an enormous amount of information. It offers a very nice adaptation of the Atfus move that Wesley calls the Spread Atfus. The magician magically changes the four cards in his imptomptue into a single ace of spades, but it also has a red back. Hartman’s Clean Up and Reverse: In both routines the aces turn face up and their backs change color without using the Elmsley count. Lawrence O, what a listing!
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It’s the one I always use and the one I most oftn have the spectators asking ‘Let me see those cards’. Third phase of a 7 pages illustrated routine. The kings turn face down one by one, and then magically trade places with the four face down aces; p 11 Omni Twist Collectors: The ending can be improved by using the Ascanio spread or table counting with a double.
You have similar effects without the Elmsley count like Pinnaple Twist which pre-date Vernon and Marlo Finally you can consider that Twisting the aces is just a self reversing card effect reduced down to four cards: Thanks, Jim Also known, when doing rope magic, as “Cordini”. This page was created in 0. The list is quite impressive. A Twisting card effect. impfomptue
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Then progressively the aces turn one by one the ace, joined by the two, joined by mipromptue three until there is a problem with the four. An effect based on Phil Goldstein’s “Counter Revolution” where Aces and Kings are shown and the Kings are placed into different parts of the deck.
Twisting the Aces effect. After “Reformation”, this is Guy Hollingworth’s most brilliant creation.
Twisting the Aces with a selected card appearing between them Bennett, Keith: Apr 18, The aces one by one turn face-up while the four aces are merely shown and counted.
The aces visibly turn face up while at the fingertips. Mar 27, Four face up Aces turn face down one at a time, then all four turn face up.
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I’m rechecking my notes on Triumph at the moment, I would appreciate if you could PM me the references of the work you did on this effect so that when I release a list, we do not find ourselves in the same situation. He displays a four-card poker hand cartomagid blue-backed cards.
If you think Twisting the Aces is a strong effect, then Waving the Acrtomagie will blow your mind. NickDiffatte New user 25 Posts. Finally, each ace has a different back design and color – four different colored backs and everything can be handed out. Wagner and Allan Ackerman -A ‘moveless’ twisting-the-aces is performed, each ace magically turning face-up.
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But that’s an oversimplified statement. The authors of Hierophant were close Marlo followers when not Marlo himself.
Eric was born with the Vernon touch and offers an incredibly visual twist that makes anyone of us fall on our back the first time we see it.