Araki: Card Master • 2m 7s
Fool audiences with this double lift. As they watch their card be placed into the middle of the deck, they won't know if they can trust their eyes as their card appears to actually be at the top of the deck every single time.
Araki demonstrates another fundamental and essential effect that all magicians either specializing or dabbling in the card tricks should have in their tool belt.
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Araki demonstrates a change that is so quick, it's basically electric. Shock your audience with the speed in which you can control any card to the top of your deck with nothing, but a swift wave of your hand.
Electric Change v.2
Araki provides a second version of the Electric Change that allows for increased audience engagement and interaction. They'll be shocked by where their card turns up in the end.
Araki introduces a highly visual variation of the Erdnase Change called the Shadow Change.
By maintaining almost constant spread fingers, this trick appears to allow for zero cover. This leaves your audience with the belief that you couldn't possibly be hiding anything.