Here is a phenomenal routine created by Guy Hollingworth, this trick is done with done with any 4 of a kind and completly impromtu, pupming.
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And the version with the quartet is also very good. That was a great performance!! Nass Find latest posts. Here in the youtube performance only one card is turned at any given point of time. Mar 19, Aug 8, I usually just use it to show one or two people, but I’ve never actually used it in a paid performance.
I found Guy’s handling much too difficult, so I had to rework it. I don’t see where that was harsh. May 30, I love this trick but still can’t do it well.
Waving the Aces
To those who like the move I suggest they give this routine an hour of play to see how they feel it works for them. Ive come up with a routine called Twisted Gamblers Dream with the gimmick. It’s time that the give hollingwotth because attitude stopped. There’re many moves out there to reverse the next card in line for the effect.
Waving the Aces – Guy Hollingworth (not 2aces routine)
I’ve always wanted to include this in my routine, but I still fear that someone may catch the pretty bold turnover which must be done 4 times for those of you gut know the effect, you know what I’m talking about. You don’t have to use the turnover Guy uses. Also, a little history an older version of this routine was done on worlds greatest magic, so you know it’s good lol: Just play with it a little and you’ll come up with something. Quartet makes a lot holligworth impossible things possible.
Should have been the firs thing the OP did. Thanks for the input so far guys, keep them coming! I will prepare a video for MVD. Dave Inner circle Hollingwort you! I had some trouble getting the video to play as well but I’d wager waging guess that you’re looking for the handling that Hollingworth described in his booklet titled “Quartet.
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Results 1 to 13 of It’s more of a knack to acquire. Instead I decide to focus on and learn the application of the move within the Oil and Water routine p. Originally Posted eaving ID4.
I’m afraid that showing the card that has just turned over as Hollingworth advises to use as misdirection is not enough to cover the move to a bigger audience. Twice is an Education!!
I have this on a old vhs tape from RJohnson Find latest posts. You can do it in front of people eyes!