Racherbaumer thinks that the greatest sleight of the 20th-century is the Double Lift Turnover. If we consider the scores of different ways to lift, turn, toss, propel, flip, rotate, and spin two cards as one—not to mention ways of getting ready, gripping, insuring alignment, and unloading, then this is certainly a pretty valid move to pick as the most important sleight. At the minimum Racherbaumer has me convinced.
In this ebook Jon collects ways to finesse the move and also traces its historical development. I am pretty sure you are using probably several times a double lift turnover somewhere in one of your effects. Studying this ebook will definitely improve your handling and show you a number of options and subtleties you can implement. And even if you decide that you will stick with your old way of doing the move you will have learned more about the double lift turnover than you ever thought possible.
1st edition 2009; 28 pages.
Table of Contents
- ESSCEE DOUBLE UNLOAD: Stanley Collins
- DAI VERNON’S UNLOADING TECHNIQUE FOR A “DOUBLE”
- DOUBLE TURNOVER CHANGE: Edward Marlo
- BRAUE DOWNDOWN: Fred Braue
- A DOUBLE-LIFT FINESSE: Anonymous
- TAMARIZ TURNOVER: Juan Tamariz
- DOUBLE LIFT TECHNIQUE AND VARIATIONS: Gordon Bruce (The Stanley Collins Replacement, Razor Lift, A Touch for the Double Lift, Triple Lift Variation)
- FINESSED THROW CHANGE: Derek Dingle
- MIRACLE STEAL REPLACEMENT: Steve Reynolds
word count: 4702 which is equivalent to 18 standard pages of text