Praxis Control by Chris Ramsay

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Praxis. noun.
Practice, as distinguished from theory. The application or use of knowledge or skills.

Chris Ramsay knows the meaning of the word Praxis. To create this devastating sleight, he started with three simple words ‘I wonder if…’ and from those words, a card production was reversed and four genius uses for a single control were born.

Peek. Steal. Sandwich. Control.

Building on inspiration from Jerry Andrus and Jack Carpenter, Chris Ramsay teaches a utility sleight that has multiple, real-world applications - a sleight that you will use because of its practicality, effectiveness and subtlety.

This is Praxis.

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Difficulty: Intermediate
Run Time: 28 Minutes

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  1. Summary

    This is the BEST card control i have ever learned! I use it all the time and it fools everyone, every time. It is pretty knacky but once you've got it down, you will not be able to stop preforming it! The angles are great as well! Once you've got them down, you can preform in front of an audience, or on the street. This is a MUST for anyone wanting to bring their card magic to the next level!
  2. Summary

    Take it from a guy that gets to see a lot of magic - This is one of those moves that is as equally FUN to learn as it is to perform. Magic like that is such a nice find that doesn't come around often enough! Well Done, Chris!