Maphia by Phontheroof
TWISTING THE ACES MEETS TORN & RESTORED
4 Kings are shown and counted openly.
One by one Corners begin to vanish... in the fairest possible way.
With the lightest of touches, all 4 corners RESTORE instantly.
Pure sleight of hand at it's best.
- No Gimmicks
- Instant Reset
Filmed on location in South Korea, this is Maphia.
A cutting-edge plot for packet tricks.
Download & Learn IMMEDIATELY.
HINT: Routines perfectly with Angle Z by Daniel Madison.
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SummaryI give it 3 stars because I feel like it could've had a little more explanation on certain moves. I figured out the parts that wasn't explained due to having experience on performing magic and knowing what to look for. Like anything else it requires practice to get it just right. Overall it's a great trick to add to any routine.
SummaryGood stuff. I always show this trick to anyone.
And this is absolutely 'NO GIMMICK' !! but you can't do this trick without practice. So, "PRACTICE HARDLY" :)
Anyway, PH is genius XD Buy this now!
SummaryVery well thought through moves, the video has a good explanation but every move is shown with the cards holding in the left hand. This means before you rip a card, think through how to tare it apart( "darn" better that I used some old cards). The big difference is in doing an Elmsley count, to the left or to the right, it is best to look where the torn part must be. The video did not explain the things to be aware of for people holding the cards in the right hand, so a lower score.
I thank Ellusionist for the suggestion for twisting the aces meets torn and restored, for me the reason to buy and I added it to two other twisting the aces moves. Making a beautiful routine! However a score of 3 stars because Maphia is not a twisting the aces move, the video uses kings and queens. He explains that the faces do not matter, but in a twisting the aces the ace of spades has the design and is the most important. This twisting the ace meets torn/restored is nice a suggestion by Ellusionist no intended by PHonTheRoof I think but I want the descriptions to be strictly correct if it is not it is false.