Many performers like to end their Ambitious Card routine by making the card vanish from the deck and cause it to reappear in some impossible location such as their wallet or the card box. The problem with that is that the effect of the Ambitious Card is that the selected card continuously rises to the top of the deck. Once the card vanishes from the deck, it is no longer the Ambitious Card. It is a vanished card. When it is produced from the wallet or wherever it becomes a reappearing card.
Nobunaga Rising is a perfect ending to the Ambitious Card because it seems just as impossible as the card vanishing from the deck and reappearing in an impossible location, and yet it still maintains the "rising to the top of the deck" theme, which is (as already stated) the true effect of the Ambitious Card.
Nobunaga Rising is not a routine by itself. It is meant to be an addition to your favorite Ambitious Card routine. In fact, David uses this as the finale to his close up Ambitious Card routine, and it is hard-hitting!
What makes this routine so incredible is that the selection is buried in the deck by the spectator several times. It has a very "hands-off" feel to it. Best of all, it is easy to do!
1st edition 2017, 13 pages.
word count: 3036 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text