The Greek Switch by Perseus Arkomanis

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NOTE: The performance footage you see above was not edited or "helped" in any way.

A lightning-quick technique that'll take you from 'pointless myth' to GREEK GOD. The creator of WEAK; Perseus Arkomanis, is back.

Magicians might suspect it, but they'll never catch it... laymen don't stand a chance.

Pick up a card. Give it to the spectator. In that, you've managed to switch out the cards instantly. So beautiful.

- Use as a color change
- Use as a Torn & Restored
- Perform the perfect mystery card
Time to learn Greek. Download now.

Format: Download/Stream
Difficulty: Intermediate
Duration: 30 Minutes
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  1. Summary

    The method is very clever, and it is a simple technique once you get the hang of it. Luckily, you do not need to practice TOO much in order to perform (yet you still must practice, like any trick). HOWEVER, the major drawback is that it isn't always practical. I usually like to either wear a T-shirt or roll up my sleeves during performances, but you cannot do that with this. The method can be decoded if you put it in front of a skeptical audience (I perform to teenagers, so they're immature and skeptical).

    Overall, just be aware of your audience and your location. This is NOT a "anytime, anywhere" trick. If you can see this working for the majority of your performance settings, then I'd say it's worth it.
  2. Summary

    Honestly, this is one of my favorite tricks. It'll take a fair bit of practice, but it is totally worth it. Not entirely impromptu, but it doesn't require any ridiculous set up. Well worth the price and I would recommend it to anyone who would spend the time to master it!
  3. Summary

    First trick I bought from Perseus. It's well worth the price! He's right, the switch is completely invisible to people who don't know what you're doing, and still almost invisible to the people who DO know how the trick works. He also includes other tricks you can do with this switch at the end. This will require a bit of practicing, but the effect is incredible. I love it!