A pair of court cards are removed from the deck and inspected by the spectator, before being inserted partially back into the pack - left out-jogged. A card is chosen, signed and held away from the deck.
With a flick of the wrist, the pair and the selection magically change places - the court cards are now held in the hand, and the selection is out jogged in the middle of the pack. Transposition, done.
Without missing a beat, another flick of the wrist causes the signed selection to jump from the middle of the pack and arrive, facedown, between the pair of court cards. A perfect Sandwich.
This is highly-visual, blank-and-you-miss-it magic that Justin Miller has made his bread and butter. Learn it now.
Run Time: 8 minutes.
Quantum is quick and visual, so it makes for a great go to effect. It is not too difficult to learn, but requires a bit of practice. It is well worth $5 and definitely one of my favorite effects.
One of my first purchases as a beginner and now a go-to effect. It requires some practice to nail the transitions, but the reactions I get are great. Also the principles taught in this video are transferrable and generally useful if you are starting out in sleight of hand. Definitely worth picking up for the price.
I love this! If you're new and/or just starting out in magic, get this! The utilities used here are transferable to any trick you want to do related to this style of effect.