The Worker Pt 1 by Adam Wilber
Do a trick!
You start to get nervous. You start to sweat.
Now what? What do you do...
You relax, reach into your pocket and perform one of the miracles taught in this download from Adam Wilber.
The Worker (Pt 1) is a collection of three routines directly from Adam's working repertoire. This is material that has been carefully refined through years of practice and REAL paying audiences.
In this download you will learn:
The Backup Plan - A full 3 phase routine with four aces and a selection. A selected ace turns over in a visually impossible manner then as a kicker that ace changes places with the spectators selection in their own hand.
Boxer - Boxer is a brilliant utility device that allows for a multitude of effects. In this download you will learn Adam's go to impossible location effect. You will also learn a bonus trick where a selected card visually transposes with a finger ring. You must see it to believe it.
Pop Production - 4 Aces appear by popping out of the deck, in all directions. Fast and Startling!
Three strong, powerful effects that will keep people talking about you and your magic.
Learn these effects right now!
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Excellent effects, all explained and demonstrated very well.
Great buy back up plan is now my favorite effect to do so much fun adam is a evil genius but in a good way mus buy
Adam Wilber is an amazing teacher, going over every detail of every trick and making sure you are prepared to do it. Now that that's out of the way, here's a quick breakdown of each trick reviewed seperately.
"Back-up Plan": Probably my new got-to. Fun, multi-phase, no setup, no gimmick trick with plenty of fun and steadily ramping impressiveness.
"Boxer": Legitimately magical effect. Be warned: does require seperate small purchase to make gimmick. HOWEVER, the gimmick lasts a long time and is worth it.
"Pop-Production": Fun little production. Not a real trick, more of a bonus. Uses a move that can't be done too well with super small hands, but for most people it should be a fun little extra.