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"
Credit to the following camera operators: Jason Nelken, En Lim, Brian McQueen.
This is definitely not a trick for beginners or people used to self-working magic! Shin does a great job of explaining and demonstrating the handling for this effect, and it is one that will take some practicing to master. It is visually stunning, so it is worth the practice that it will take to wow people.
Amazing intuitive tutorial and genius method. When I bought Shin Splint I expected to have to juggle around as much as four extra cards along with the four queens, but this is not the case, making it much easier than some may think. Shin's solution to this trick is definitely a technique all magicians should have under their belt.
GENIOUS method on an awesome plot! I like how this is mostly one handed, which adds to the awe and fits my style!
Awesome. A great trick to get into another level.
Very good but not for beginners
This was good. The sleights are hard to master but if u are a magician u can master it in hours or days.
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.
Great trick but needs a lot of practice to get the handling down. Be prepared to send a few hours on this one.
WARNING: This is high impact magic. This is a very sneaky and brilliant trick, and Shin Lim does a decent job explaining it. It is a little frustrating at first, but you will gradually get the hang of it. There are some sneaky sleight of hand tricks that can even be used in other tricks, and best of all it really is completely impromptu. If you do not already own this trick, I would highly recommend buying it. It is very cool and clean and can be used to impress virtually anyone. Good job, Shin Lim.
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