Zero To Hero Course John Carey (Vol 1-6)

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Week 1:

Overhand shuffle fundamentals
The run shuffle
The slip shuffle
The lift shuffle
The jog shuffle
The optical overhand false shuffle

2 effects with these tools.

Jog shuffle Ace production
Slip shuffle aces
Spectator cuts the Aces
False cuts
The running cut
The Jay Ose false cut
The Gary Oulette false cut and John Guastaferro spread variant
The Bobby Bernard false cut
The Frank Thompson false cut- table and in the hands versions

2 effects with these tools

Flash Ace opener- Frank Thompson
Matched Picture cards- Nick Trost

Card controls:

The drop cut control
The overhand shuffle control
The oops control!
The Vernon shuttle cut control
Double undercut top and bottom control.
Tabled Bluff control
Rosenthal bottom control
D’amico multiple shift control
Couture Swivel control
Thompson Bluff pass
Effects with controls
The slop shuffle
A stop trick
A card and a number using Rosenthal control
Two card Transpo with Thompson bluff pass

Week 2:

Forces:

The cross cut card force
Bannons Christ cross force
The cut deeper force
The riffle force
The dribble force
The self working dribble force!
Lift shuffle force
Stealth Force One!

Effects:

Crandall revelation

Do as I do using cross cut force

Key cards:

Basic bottom card key card
The open key card control
Vernon’s key card control

Effects with the key card:

The circus card trick
Classic 2 deck do as I do
Vernon’s Emotional Reaction

Week 3:

Double Lift
Basic get ready version
Hit double lift
Do’s and don’ts.

Effects:

Chad Long’s 19
Chicago Opener
Rise and Switch Transpo
Daley Aces

Glimpses:

The all around square up glimpse
The table tap glimpse
The faro glimpse
The scissors glimpse
The riffle shuffle glimpse

Effects:

If we could turn back time-,using scissors glimpse
Francis Carlysle 2 card transposition

False counts:

The Elmsley count
The Biddle count
The Hamman count
Tricks with these counts
Twisting the Aces
The Biddle Trick
Kaleidoscope

Lesson 4:

Tools and utilities
Hindu shuffle force
Eddie Fechter force
Hindu key card placement
Split and spread control and force
Mike Gallo bluff control
Frank Thompson Bluff pass
Optical shuffle force.

Effects:

The ambitious card- a routine plus toolbox of various ambitious moves.
Simple sandwich- 3 card catch Rheinhard Mueller
Oil and Water Biddle version
Jackrobats!- Frank Garcia

Week 5:

The Hofzinser Cull
The technique
The finesse
The control
Hofzinser cull force:
Fred Robinson method
Carey method 1- hands Hof!
Carey method 2-finessed Hofzinser force
The Erdnase colour change- The technique, finesse and do’s and don’ts.

Effects:

Oil and water #2 slow motion version
Whispering joker using cull and colour change
Sub rising sandwich
The Top Palm:
Vernon’s topping the deck method
The one hand top Palm
The Joe Berg multiple top Palm
Two effects with palming.
The homing card
Classic 3 cards across

Week 6:

Intro:

A 3 trick routine using effects from earlier lessons.

1. Spectator cuts the Aces
2. Twisting the Aces
3. Daley’s Aces.

The Lecture

1. Interactive Aces. A powerful interactive production of the Aces.
2. Your cards are my cards. John’s favorite transposition effect. So simple, so strong.
3. Stealth Aces. Many have called this the strongest immediate ace assembly out there. You will love this!
4. Invisi Card. A beautiful small packet effect that you will use everywhere. Minimum work but maximum impact!
5. Think n Sync. An impossible mystery with a thought of card. This is a real fooler and you will laugh at the method.
6. Easy Open or Closed. Carey’s streamlined prediction effect that’s so direct. Any deck, anytime and anywhere!
7. Spectator Mindreader! Make your spectator the star as they read your mind and find your thought of card.
15 minute break

Second Half:

8. A sandwich Trilogy. A beautiful three phase sandwich effect with a knockout finale!
9. A little O and W! John’s full three phase oil and water effect is a beautiful effect. Watch how each phase builds to a beautiful finale.
10. Snapshot. An impossible looking translocation of three signed cards. Easy to do but looks amazing!
11. The Trick that will be explained! John’s work on a classic Dai Vernon mystery. Every nuance will be covered which makes this such a reputation maker. Did we say there’s no moves?!
12. The Trick that always works! John’s take on the classic magician in trouble plot is such a winner! A perfect way to make sure people remember your name.
13. Teleport Sandwich. A visual stunner in your spectators hands!
14. A Mystery in Time. We finish the lecture with a simply beautiful mystery card effect you will love watching, learning and using.