Justin Miller - The Silky Trilogy
Elegant trilogy ! Strong practical effect three poker magic !
There is one fleeting moment in magic we all strive for, that makes all the effort in practice worthwhile - and that's the instant that makes the audience gasp.
With the Silky Trilogy Justin Miller has managed to stretch that moment - and make it last an entire performance.
The Silky Trilogy is a collection of effects based around Justin Miller's Silky Change, an insanely visual, simple change that you will find yourself performing in practice on a daily basis - because it's just such a fun, deceptive move.
In this download:
The Silky Change - The basic move that these routines are based on The Silky Change allows for a face-up change under another card Think Erdnase Change ... but without touching the deck .....
J-to-A - A Three Phase Routine changing four Jokers to Aces, with absolutely incredible visuals.
Phase One:. A face-up Joker beneath three face-down Jokers in a vertical spread changes with barely a wave of the hand This is Silky at its best.
Phase Two: With one Ace found, a face-up Joker is sandwiched between the other two face-down jokers Touching the Ace held by the spectator changes the sandwiched Joker again..
Phase Three:. The Jaw-dropper The faces of the two remaining Jokers are barely touched together and in an explosion of color, the final two Aces stare back at the Audience You will be asked to do this one over and over again..
Replay -. A four phase routine that takes the concept of the two card transposition to a whole new level In increasing levels of impossible, the cards continue to transpose - from the standard spectator / magician transposition to a Face-Up / Face-Down instant swap in the hands - all the way through to destruction, restoration and transposition.
With more sleights, ideas and phases than it seems conceivable to fit into 30 minutes of thorough teaching, the Silky Trilogy will have you delivering hours of 'moments of true astonishment' to your audiences.
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 January, 1970.