Ape by Cody Nottingham

$4.00

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Description

Arch:
A 3-phase sandwich routine starting with the selection finding a pair of cards, moving to the pair finding the selection incredible quick, and finishing with the selection literally popping between the pair without any movement.

Bottom Change:
A take on the top change, but with more cover. Gives you more motivated movements for a clean, direct, and undetectable switch between the selection and the bottom card of the deck.

Clipped:
What seems to be a very honest and simple control of 2 cards. Starting on top, placed in the middle, and they’re in your control the entire time.

Down Shift:
Independently developed by myself and also Patrick Henderson, its a very fair and open control from the middle of the deck to the bottom. Bursting with applications like a “rising card.” effect.

Evanesce:
Being a huge fan of “The Queens” by Bill Goodwin, Cody released his own successful version of the timeless effect (Drags). This updated handling is a different take on that beloved effect. More fair. More open.

H. Aces V.1:
A version of Hofzinser Aces that’s ultra-clean and fair.

O.H.T.R.:
One Handed Tenkai Reversal. A move developed for certain situations to allow the top card of the deck to be placed into Tenkai Palm, reversed, with one hand either directly in sight of your spectator or performed by your side. This is the official Ninja move of the entire download. Master this and the rest is EASY.

Pivot Switch:
A crazy quick one handed switch of a playing card. Again, very fair looking.

Queen Bind:
Another version of Hofzinser Aces, but in this version, as the Queens are shown, one instantly “pops” face down.

Slide Switch:
I think of this as “camo” of card switches. The switch happens right in front of the spectator, but the card you originally switched in STILL in sight….they just don’t know it.

Slip Switch:
Theres a reason for this name. When you’re “dirty,” this is a way to not only clean up, but to do a seamless switch of a playing card.

Slip Load:
The worst sandwich tricks have the same problem. The load. Slip load solves that instantly by having the selection slip between the displayed cards, not counted on top of the deck. Even by only adding this to your existing sandwich routines, you’d be taking your magic up a HUGE notch.

Split Sandwich:
A flourishy reveal of a card between a pair. The cards dance between your fingers to reveal a selection… Can even be signed.

Squeeze Double:
Created by mistake, this allows you to execute a <> whilst hiding a double the entire time.

Swivel Steal:
When you’re in a certain “position” you can quickly and easily steal the spectator’s selection from the middle of the deck. Lightning fast and utterly deceptive.

The Bridge:
Spectator’s selection is riffle-shuffled into the deck. Upon bridging the cards, their selection flies out of the middle (really) right in front of them. Decepetive, dangerous and delivishly fun to practice.

TC Change:
A bonus effect. Looking impossible. A card sticks out vertically from a horizontal deck, in the middle so the artist can’t manipulate the card. With a flick it changes to the specator’s card. This doesn’t work how you think it does. The added secret is for buyers only, but it allows you to execute one more change IMMEDIATELY after the first.