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Kris Nevling reveals the secrets of card magic in this step-by-step instructional magic training course. These effects have been proven to even fool professional magicians. The best part is that these effects are quick and easy to learn, making it the perfect course for the regular, everyday card novice as well as the more seasoned performer.
Red and Blacks
Push Through Shuffle
Side Steal Drop
Twisting the Aces
Introduction to Top Secret Card Magic and its host, Kris Nevling. Through the next 12 videos, Kris will unveil the great secrets of card magic. By the end of the series, you'll even be able to fool magicians with these effects.
This effect was inspired by the Balducci Levitation, an illusion from the 1970s that was later perfected by Gerry Griffin. Like the famous Balducci illusion, this effect employs more of a logical type of levitation.
Kris demonstrates the first false shuffle he ever learned, the Push Through Shuffle. This classic false shuffle is highly efficient and subtly misleading. This effect will have you ready to fool any audience.
An effect that even professional magicians don't want you to know about. After this tutorial, with nothing more than a simple and innocent wave of the hand, you'll be able to command any card to the top of any deck.
This trick requires a bit more practice than the previous ones, but the payout is totally worth it. Kris demonstrates how to smoothly transport the aces and queens in your deck back and fourth until your audience never truly knows which card is where.
One of the greatest Torn and Restore card tricks you'll ever learn. This effect asks you to very clearly destroy your spectator's card, tearing it apart right in front of them. Then, you'll visibly restore and return that very same card back to them. As if nothing had ever happened to it.