GUY HOLLINGWORTH WAVING THE ACES PDF
Here is a phenomenal routine created by Guy Hollingworth, this trick is done with done with any 4 of a kind and completly impromtu, pupming.
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They don’t take the time to do the looking themselves or even attempt to use the search function on here. I watched Denis Behr’s handling on his website, and it looked acfs good, but I just wanted to see if you guys have any other ideas to get around it.
It’s been along time since I have seen if but if I remember correctly it is more related to Asher twist than it is waving the aces.
Furniture Elite user London Posts. The optical alignement move is great but I don like the turnover neither, so I change it! ID4 Find latest posts.
Waving the Aces – Guy Hollingworth (not 2aces routine)
I will prepare a video for MVD. I couldn’t watch the video It’s very easy to make a handling using other types of reversals. And i hope no one thinks this trick is that 2 aces routine even though i have stated it, they may have doubts of watching cause of the name, I am saying this cause of the low feedback and the low veiw count, but any way thanks every1 for the awsome positive comments.
I have this on a old vhs tape from I’ve been performing this routine for a few years now.
Here in the youtube performance only one card is turned at any given point of time. I had some trouble getting the video to play as well but I’d wager a guess that you’re looking for the handling that Hollingworth described in his booklet titled “Quartet. If you play with doble lift and second dealing when you show the cards and you will understand. I just do hollinyworth want anyone mislead thinking this is the God trick or something cause it’s “said” to be impromptu.
Dave Inner circle Behind you! I was just wondering how many of you actually use Guy Hollingworth’s Waving the Aces in your shows. As for your presentation, I’m glad you hollingwortth in some patter. The Mysterious Kid New user 84 Posts. But it’s got some very hard stuff on it- not for beginners! It’s a great trick, but I’m finding it annoyingly difficult to master! Just play with it a little and you’ll come up with something.
It is not the brains that matter waging, but that which guides them — the character, the heart, generous qualities and progressive ideas.
Also, a little history an older sces of this routine was done on worlds greatest magic, so you know it’s good lol: If you use the front of your leg instead if the side, your hand and a small packet of cards is covering the turining over action. I don’t really do “shows” but I really like this effect.
By the way, where could I learn this holkingworth He did this on World’s Greatest Magic 1 and I awving it was brilliant. How long did it take you guys to get it down? I found Guy’s handling much too difficult, so I had to rework it. I believe this version can be found in Guy Hollingworth’s Quartet, which is a set of gaffed cards.
Ive come up with a routine called Twisted Gamblers Dream with the gimmick.
The effect is amazing and I am sure that you get great reactions from this. Twice is an Education!! Exclusive Forum The Back Room: At Ellusionist, we have one goal: Jordini Inner circle San Francisco Posts.
And the version with the quartet is also very good. Originally Posted by Ty.
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If I remember correctly the guy in the video copied this version but without owning the gaff set. Aug 7, FutbolFreek Visit Homepage Find latest posts. I guess I’ll just have to keep practising!! Good misdirection should cover the turnover I think guy hollingworth does the turnover using the side of his leg. PM or email me for details: I usually just use it to show one or two people, but I’ve never actually used it in a paid performance.
Also after a visual change, you should have no problem twisting on the off beat.
Waving the Aces
Why not just get Quartet and then you don’t have to even do the turnover move. Jered “The mind has exactly the same power as the hand, not merely to grasp the world, but to change it.
How lazy are people?
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