The Rising by Aaron Fisher
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“Simply the most beautiful 4 Ace Ambitious Card Routine Ever. A Masterwork of visual card magic”
In Aaron Fisher’s Rising, both card magicians and their audiences have get something truly unique and amazing.
For the audience, the effect is mesmerizing.
Four Aces cleanly placed in the pack - they rise to the top one at a time under increasingly impossible conditions.
They can watch the deck the whole time - but there’s nothing to see.
But under the hood…. is a card magicians paradise! Fisher developed this effect over 15 years to use the easiest version ever devised for making a truly invisible pass - along with several other new technologies that combine to create this one-of-a-kind miracle.
If you’re love powerful, stunning magic that’s also practical, reliable and proven, you don’t want to miss this modern card magic classic.
Every detail will be provided in the training - and what you discover will astound you.
Check out these incredible features:
- Any Deck, Anytime, Anywhere
- Visual AND Mysterious
- No Extra Cards, Signed Aces rise under impossible, challenge conditions
- Every easy move covered in exquisite detail - you'll be using The Rising to Astonish your audiences in NO TIME!!!
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SummaryThis is incredibly deceptive, the first time I saw this I was just like... What?! What happened?! And now that I know, I understand how smart Aaron Fisher is.
He has taken the classic plot of finding the aces and brought it to an whole new level.
The video is very well made, and the trick is not very hard, but I just want to mention that the variation that make the effect much stronger is not deep enough for me.
That being said, honestly, buy it, it's worth it.
SummaryThis is a great effect and the explanation is extremely thorough.
SummaryThis is a really cool effect. I regularly perform ambitious card, and if you like performing that, you'll love this. If you don't love ambitious card, then you'll still love this. Its really fun to practice and perform, some of the moves are a little hard to get, but once you get them smooth, they look really nice. It's a little angle sensitive, but if you're good at controlling an audience you should be fine. Plus, it's free, so why wouldn't you get it?
SummaryThat was awesome