ReTURNtion by Moritz Mueller
At 18, Moritz Mueller is a coin magic phenom and already one of the most experienced coin workers in the world.
No one person has ever made such an impact with a single coin.
Mueller introduces you to the ingenious world of 'ReTURNtion', a cutting-edge technique that will perfect your retention vanish in one simple step.
Haven't learned the retention vanish yet? That's actually better, you'll have no bad habits to get over.
Once you learn the technique, you can apply the mechanics to:
• The Pop Production
• The Wave Production
• The Perfect Switch
• Color Changes
+ Bonus Vanishes and Productions taught
REVAMP THE RETENTION
DavidHaving studied a lot of variations of the retention vanish, this is by far my favorite. There are incredibly fast, virtually invisible retention vanishes out there, but most of them have an unnaturally stiff hand. The softness of the hand in Moritz's version makes for an incredibly deceptive vanish that is comfortable to perform.
On top of this, Moritz includes some free bonus material.
Top value. For anyone looking for their first retention vanish, or anyone looking for a new variation to further their study, I recommend this video 100%.
HarveyBrilliant, the most versatile and move i know.
you won't regret your purchase. I used this move in his one coin routine.You shoud purchase both NOW!!
HarveyBrilliant, the most versatile move i have ever learned
DaveThis kid is ineradicable..., The energy he displays while sharing his techniques is refreshing and truly inspiring. Well worth 9 dollars to learn from Moritz, as he is a true artist in coin craft.
RobertThe technique only works best when a coin size is in proper proportion to your finger length. I use a Morgan Dollar and have long fingers and find that I need to cramp up too much to initiate and follow through on the moves. This works well for Mortiz Mueller because of the ratio of the Morgan Dollar coin size to his finger length. For me, I would need to try something like a Mexican 2oz Libertad which might work. If your finger length to coin size ratio is closer to that of Mortiz this should work for you (and in that case it is a great item).
SummaryI love this kid. Love the way he gestures, the way he has his own take on moves that everyone knows.
Even though the images and explanations are crystal clear, I had such a hard time finding how the key point of the move would work. I was using a US dollar like Moritz does, but when I started trying with a coin about 3mm bigger, it just went by itself! I'd say my hands are medium-big, and he says his are small. And he explains which coin size you should use, stating that the bigger the better. I guess with practice I'll be able to reduce the size of my coin.
The kid really teaches you well, different angles, slowly, a nice 51min video. Great job. Great move.
If you're a novice you might want to learn your most basic moves though before diving into that.
SummaryThis is a great slight to have in your bag of tricks, the one complaint I have is the coin has to be a certain size anything below a half dollar doesn't work
Summaryexcellent video-quality. well, in clear segments structured, calm teaching with finesses, IMPORTANT DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS, without so often seen unnessessary repetions. in the quality of Homer Liwag´s coin one. and a real smooth, convincing move.BRAVO!!! a benchmark for video-teaching: and, also from Germany too I´m not connected to Moritz Müller
SummaryWow... just wow. This kid is incredible, and the method is quite slick.
His teaching is amazing, he goes over everything in great detail and shows rear view of what's happening as well.
SummaryGreat vanish and production!
However, the production can be done nicely with big (huge) a coin only. Or with short fingers. I normally use 32mm coins, and I couldn't do this even with a 38mm coin, so this is not for my hands. I mean I could, but not without giving it away. I guess I could have made it in my teenager years - Moritz is in the perfect age for this move :)
The vanish can be done more easily, I actually used this version already, it's a great retention version indeed.
The backpalm version is also better for people with short fingers, otherwise it's doable, but very knacky.
After all, it's a great good deal for 9$, Moritz teaches you everything in great details.