Experts at the Card Table 2020 by Vanishing Inc
Experts at the Card Table 2020 by Vanishing Inc

Experts at the Card Table 2020 by Vanishing Inc

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"Experts at the Card Table" was a full day (seven hours) online convention hend on Octob'er 25th 2020, where we spent the day with some of the brightest lights in cards magic, who taught new routines, unpublished techniques, and detailed tutorials on cheating sleights.
 
This high-quality recording includes:
 
Karl Hein false shuffles workshop (approx. 1 hour) Allan Ackerman lecture (approx. 2 hours) Jason England Cheating Museum tour (approx. 1 hour) Jason England lecture (approx. 1 hour, 45 minutes) Andi Gladwin and Joshua Jay jam session (approx. 20 minutes) Shin Lim lecture (approx. 30 minutes)
 
About the lecturers
Karl Hein kicks off our Experts at the Card Table event with a clinic on one of the most important tools in a card handler's arsenal: the false shuffle. Karl details shuffles you can use immediately, and some that will take more practice. This lecture will include the Truffle Shuffle 2.0, one of the finest in-the-hands false shuffles ever devised.
 
Allan Ackerman is one of the most prolific creators in card magic and we're beyond thrilled to share his new magic with you. He teaches approximately a dozen new and unpublished routines.
 
Jason England is recognized all over the world for not only his exceptional sleight-of-hand technique, but also for his expertise in the field of cheating. Jason teaches several full routines and gives some detailed tips on the bottom deal.
 
Shin Lim shares the card magic that earned him top honors as the winner of America's Got Talent. Shin Lim has become a household name in magic but he rarely lectures to magicians. He covers some very interesting applications for the lateral palm.
 
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