The Vault - Monster Switch 2.0 by TCC and Alex Zhan video DOWNLOAD
Switching a playing card is an essential skill for magicians, allowing them to create visual effects and secretly switch out cards. However, finding a technique that is both visual and covert can be challenging. Enter the 'Monster Switch' developed by Alex Zhan. This card-switching technique is pure sleight of hand, can be done with one hand, and has multiple applications. It is easy to learn and can be used for visual effects or to secretly switch cards during a routine. The Monster Switch is comparable to gimmicked magic and allows you to create your own routines. It is suitable for both experienced card workers and those new to card handling techniques. Download now and unleash the potential of the Monster Switch.
The Vault - Monster Switch 2.0 by TCC and Alex Zhan video DOWNLOADSwitching a playing card can be said to be an essential skill for every magician to possess.
One could achieve a variety of visual effects such as color changes and playing card transpositions, or to secretly switch out a spectator's cards. The utility move has a very important role and position in the realm of card magic.
However, as one delves deeper, there are almost no card switching techniques that are both visual yet covert at the same time. Even if there were, the difficulty level would be quite high.
Nevertheless, the inventor of 'Ninja', Alex Zhan, has developed a card-switching technique that exhibits these two attributes simultaneously. This is - Monster Switch.
- Pure sleight of hand
- Single-handed operation
- Multiple applications
- Easy to learn
In the video tutorial, Alex will teach you multiple routines and applications of this technique. Most of these are even comparable to gimmicked magic. In addition to this, The Monster Switch is a utility move that also allows you to create your own routines. The cost-to-benefit ratio is obvious.
Multiple applications, surefire amazement.
In terms of difficulty levels, for the adept card worker, the Monster Switch is almost ready to use. However, for our friends who are not so proficient in card handling techniques, there is no need to worry. According to the results of several of our colleagues' learning the technique together, they only needed about half a day's practice to get it to a usable proficiency.
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