Four Kings are shown and placed off to the side under a card box, and the four aces are displayed in the hand.With a twist of the wrist, the first Ace transforms into a King, and dropped onto the table.
Another twist and the second Ace disappears, leaving another King in its place. The third ace is shown and rubbed against the final card - changing both to the remaining kings.
The Kings under the card box are flipped over - to show they have truly changed places with the aces in the hand. With a tap, all four Aces transpose again - completely resetting the trick.
Filled with deceptive sleights, stunning displays and slick, polished moves that are becoming synonymous with the name Daniel Chard, Unorthodox Reset is as much a routine as it is a session on single card color changes.
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