Shin Splint by Shin Lim
Stunning. We mean it. The way that third Queen appears when he turns the fan around? We were stunned. Doing our best goldfish impressions. Mouths agape, eyes wide open. The whole shebang.
Taking inspiration from Guy Hollingworth's 'Waving the Queens,' ShinSplint cranks the card-by-card inversion plot to overdrive.
Over 20 Minutes of detailed training from creator Shin Lim, (winner of multiple FISM, IBM and WMS awards) including multiple angles and picture-in-picture to ensure you don't miss a second of instruction for this highly visual effect.
• Totally Impromptu
• Use a borrowed deck
• No Gaffs required
• Sleight-of-hand card magic at its best
• Instant Reset
• Shot in crystal-clear HD
• Inspired by James Chadier's "Fan Change"
Run-time: 22 minutes
Credit to the following camera operators: Jason Nelken, En Lim, Brian McQueen.
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This trick is hard to perfect but fun to keep trying. Beginners know that you will spend hours getting this right. This is my first real card trick and it has taken some time to perfect it.
This is a fantastic trick and is worth every cent. For those of you who might not buy this trick because it is hard to master, buy it. It is fun t practice and easy to learn but hard to do it well. If you are just starting magic, maybe by this another time. If you are a good magician, get this trick immedietley.
I love the actual effect, however the method is extremely difficult even for a seasoned card magician. It took me about 6 hours all in all before I had it perfectly.
I can't criticize the effect itself, however there should be two changes on the description here. Firstly the difficulty should be set to the highest and also ellusionist should remove "Use a borrowed deck" because in most cases I've found a borrowed deck wont do for the handling to be precise.