The RPM Control by Bulla Lepen

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The RPM Control is the multitool every mechanic needs in his tool chest - able to be used in almost any situation. Its applications range from a single card control to top, bottom or tenkai palm, to a multiple card control, a color change or an inversion.

Bulla Lepen takes you through the full handling of the control in detail, including how to use this single move as almost every sleight in your repertoire. The RPM Control is perfect for performing in table-hopping situations where spectators are burning your hands close-up - however it can be used at the table or in a walk around setting just as easily.

To demonstrate the versatility of this sleight, Bulla takes you through the RPM Effect - a two-phase inversion plot with a indicator card kicker.

A card is chosen and cleanly inserted back into the deck. With merely a wave of the hand the entire deck visually inverts face up. The deck is spread and a single card is found face down in the middle… it's the selection.

The routine can be immediately repeated - the entire deck inverts and the single card is shown… to be incorrect. The magician explains that this card is an indicator, and after counting down the shown number - the selection has again been found.

Add some RPM Control to your next effect. Learn it now.

Difficulty: Intermediate.
Run Time: 18 minutes.
Format: Download.
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  1. Summary

    Disappointingly angle sensitive take of an otherwise common move. However it is very easy to get down, mostly because it doesn't require much actual skill. If you're a beginner, or you're only performing for a camera, it's fine.
  2. Summary

    I bought this because it amazed me when I saw it and I wanted to feel the awesomeness by performing it. Once you get used to the control its easy to do. You definitely need to be careful about the angle you do this control in. The tricks you can do with this control is also amazing. It is a great buy.
  3. Summary

    control 3 stars is very angle sensitive. however there are many great variations that I love for it. Finally the trick that is taught at the end is a FIVE star trick and receives amazing reactions.
  4. Summary

    Absolutely worth the money! Very deceptive and easy to perfect, just be careful of the angles, other than that its a great control!
  5. Summary

    I bought this for the trick. I do not like the control itself. but the trick that comes with the control is worth learning the control.
  6. Summary

    Very nice control and not so angle sensitive when performed, I love it and use it very often for some reveals :d
  7. Summary

    Nice control, angle sensitive but really good if you get the angles right
  8. Summary

    Good card control but really angle sensitive. Recommended when you use it only to 1 person.
  9. Summary

    a very invisible control, simple to do, and a nice trick is taught at the end. i never find angles to be a serious problem when executing this sleight.
  10. Summary

    I think this control is a very convincing and useful technique. Obviously used in the right situation. Was easy to learn and didn't take to long to make it look very smooth. This control is pretty good from most angles as well. Thanks