Making your spectator take the card that YOU want them to!
Every magician should be able to 'force' a playing card on a member of your audience professionally. For a lot of tricks, it may well be the ONLY skill you need!
Learn all about how to force playing cards on this detailed training DVD designed to take you from beginner to expert - techniques that will make your audience think they had a completely free choice, when in fact, they actually had none at all!
On 'The Forces Project', expert card magician Liam Montier will teach you 24 professional quality forcing techniques, ranging from the beautifully self working to the essential moves like the 'Classic Force'.
Not only that, but you will also learn how to identify the correct forces for your routines, how to make them more deceptive, keeping your handling natural, how to practice effectively and all kinds of theory and clever thinking that will make you a true force master!
What is on the Project?
-Getting Started Riffle Force World's Easiest Riffle Force Dribble Force Psychological Stop Force
-Advice - Uniformity of Action Cross Cut Force Cross Cut Crimp Cut Force Cut Deeper Force
-Advice - Confidence Jedi Force Clock Force Count Force Double Deal Force
-Advice - Language Prophecy Move Touch Force Impossible Force 10 - 20 Force
-Advice - Context Spread Force Swindle Force Hindu Shuffle Force Back Slip Force
-Advice - Contingencies Lift Shuffle Force Bottom Slip Force Classic Force Topper Move
And once you have delved into the huge array of techniques, Liam will teach you some absolutely KILLER routines to put your new found skills to use!
The Triple Prediction - Maurice Fogel Analogue Poker - Jack Tighe Par Optic Vision - Ted Annemann Decipher - Simon Aronson Blendo - Liam Montier Clock Trick - Liam Montier
Having collected card magic books from various periods throughout the 20th Century, the ones relating to ‘forcing’ are in most cases very dry and presumptive (in other words they assume that every reader is a world class card magician, when clearly they’re not - and even the greatest had to start somewhere) also the language or syntax is a tad outdated.
Now whilst I prefer books, I am open to other forms of educational instruction and explanation and video is a great method that suits my fastest absorption of information and helps facilitate its full comprehension. For this reason, ‘The Forces Project’ is superb.
It is rammed with routines, instructions, clear step by step explanation as well as background to effects, how to employ them and when. Liam’s Gentle and generous, easy-going style is a bonus and in my case has allowed me to try, and then master forces that I’d previously been aware of but had never considered using because I couldn’t make sense of how it could be used or why. It’s entertaining and enjoyable and well worth every penny of its ticket price.
It's hard to express how impressed I've been with this product. The sheer volume of content is incredible, watching it through in order, having sat through the volume of forces explained to then find how many routines were sat at the end... I kept thinking, "This is it, this must be the last one..." but no. All collected - and referenced - from a variety of sources, and across the ages - classic and contemporary sat side by side. Which does, of course, mean that it's not all necessarily new (particularly perhaps to those more experienced than I), but it is all in one place!
But we all know it's not just quantity - quality counts for as much if not more - and here it cannot be faulted: clear sound, good simple camera work, with very clear and precise instruction and explanation.
Genuinely cannot fault - this is an extraordinarily well produced piece, with a huge depth of content at an affordable price.
(Posted on 31/10/2015)
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