Pressure Moves by Daniel Madison
There may be some items on MOVES that you didn't want to learn. This enables you to grab a taste of EXACTLY what you've been missing.
This is a development of the Squeeze Shift. A technique that allows you to shift a playing card to the bottom of the deck whilst apparently losing it in the middle of the deck.
This development of the Pressure Shift allows you to shift a playing card to the top of the deck whilst apparently losing it in the middle of the deck.
This is another development of the Pressure Shift that allows you to shift a playing card directly into a Gamblers Cop whilst apparently losing it in the middle of the deck.
SummaryThis is a great move, and for me, not too hard to do. It's a perfect shift for someone with small hands like me. Honestly, I feel as Madison explained the sleight very well and is quickly becoming one of my favorite moves :)
SummaryLet me first say that I am not incredibly good at sleight of hand. This is a cool trick but Madison in my opinion doesn't do a great job of explaining the trick. Also the video is only about six minutes long. Because it's so cheap I would say buy it and see if you can learn it for yourself.
The move is just wonderful. (became my favourite control)
Is very useful, and can really improve your magic.
The only thing is that, even if Madison explains pretty well the move, and tries to expose the move from different angles, sometimes I had a hard time to understand what it was doing exactly. (a magician point of view would help)
But when I understood it was like "ooooh I get it" and the move became really easy to do.
So if you usually do "advanced sleights" this will not be a problem for you.
And if you don't do "advanced sleights" well I guess this is an excuse to start, because this move is amazing.
The price is ok, but you might want to buy the entire "Moves" that have this download in it and a lot of other sleights