Creased (DVD and Gimmick) by Arnel Renegado and RSVP Magic - DVD
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|Welcome to RSVP's brand new release "Creased' by Arnel Renegado. A new effect that can stand alone at the end of any card routine or be THE impossible finish to your Ambitious Card Routine! |
When you watch the trailer, you'll think that it can't really be that good. It is!
It looks like trick photography, but it isn't!
This is truly one of the most visual card rises that we've ever seen and best of all the signed/creased card can be handed out for examination immediately!
Imagine having a card freely chosen (no force) and then signed by the spectator. Now take their card and fold a crease across the top of their card. Hand them the card and ask them to really crease the card so that's it's undeniably unique to them.
Now place their signed card into the middle of the deck and ask them to watch the top card. Visibly their creased card morphs to the top of the deck. The card is cleanly turned over to show that it's their card, which is immediately handed out to the spectator. It's that clean!
Creased comes with a full instructional DVD featuring Darren Robinson, who teaches you the effect in complete detail, with bonus handling tips and techniques. Also included is one Creased Gimmick that enables you to perform Creased with a Red Bicycle Deck. On the DVD, Darren also teaches you how to make your own gimmicks, although the one supplied will last for some time if handled correctly.
- MARC SPELMANN
"Just when you've thought you've seen every ambitious finale, up pops this amazing visual rise... Floored me completely. The method is absolutely ingenious and also extremely practical."
- JOHN CAREY
May 20, 2015
Whilst it looks fantastic on video, for me the gimmick always triggers if I'm doing ambitious card, and sometimes even just tilt and lift. (creased card gets stuck in gimmick). Unless someone has perfected the handling, and can share it, this is not the trick for me. The first time I tried it on my partner, it took three attempts to get it right and on the third attempt she spotted the gimmick.
Advantages: Innovative, good idea.
Disadvantages: Easy to spot, hard to set-up. Can triggrer easily.