The Blur Transpo by Justin Miller

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Four aces are peeled off the deck and set on top of a card box. Meanwhile, a card is chosen and signed by the spectator, then set on the table, far from the aces. The Aces are verified to still be visible, before being set beneath the card box. The magician pauses for a second, then turns over the previously selected card... to reveal the four aces.

But if the Aces are where the selection was, then the selection… The card box is lifted and the spectator turns over their signed card. Sure enough - they've changed places.

Justin Miller has created a transposition of four aces and a signed playing card using original moves created by him, moves which are used throughout a number of his effects. In nearly twenty minutes of thorough teaching, Miller explains his newly created sleights and subtleties, revealing a modular effect that's bound to please even the most hardened move-monkey.

Difficulty: Intermediate.
Run Time: 19 minutes.
Format: Download.
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  1. Summary

    This trick is very fun and teaches a lot of subtle moves to use for future sleight of hand. The moves are briefly covered and require more explanation for the beginner. I am new to magic (<6 months) and would strongly recommend that this trick be purchased either prior to or in addition with a basic sleight of hand video/course/book. I know that there are a plethora of beginner videos/courses on to choose from. A beginner can pull this off, but again will not have the finess points of an intermediate or master magician. Justin Miller does a good job at coaching and uses easy language to ease you into his world. He makes it simple without making you feel dumb. I would recommend any trick from him.
  2. Summary

    It's a great product..........I'm a college kid on campus and the reactions I get from this is incredible. I love this effect !!!!!!
  3. Summary

    Learning any of JM tricks is great (and worth the money) because he teaches really nice technique and control that can be applied to all tricks. This trick is easy and fun, though I have had a few people notice that the supposedly 4 cards weren't, it can be a hard sell. But it's good, worth the money and a nice simple addition.