The following effect is an excerpt from Shin Lim’s At The Table Live Lecture.
Learn from the 2015 FISM CHAMPION, CLOSE-UP CARD MAGIC!
About Shin Lim and his ATT lecture: His magic has to be seen to be believed. As he rates an “11” on the scale of amazing, when you see his magic live, you will rub your eyes in disbelief! He creates some of THE most visual and stunning magic that you will EVER see, including “The Switch” and “IClear”. In his lecture, Shin will share with you some of his gimmicked wonders, and will even share material that has not been released before. He will also talk about his creative process, theory, music, timing, syncing, connection, and atmosphere. Shin will also perform his FISM act, and then break it all down for you. THIS is a lecture you just cannot miss. Shin will cover:
Shinsplint 2.0: An impromptu ‘Twisting the Aces’ effect that happens in the most visual way possible. You cleanly hold four aces with just your fingertips and magically, one by one, they invert themselves!
Color Changes: Shin Lim is known for his visual eye candy magic. Prepare to witness his favorite original color changes, as well as his take on some classic changes too!
Credit Peak: (Completely impromptu) With a borrowed deck of cards and credit card, imagine being able to predict any selected card in the most fair way possible.
Card Reverse: While springing the cards, imagine being able to easily reverse a selected or thought of card. Think of an impromptu Invisible Deck!
Snap Change: Shin covers his variations on Ed Marlo’s Snap Change.
Tactic: This gimmick will allow you to vanish a folded card in a Tic-Tac box. It’s clean, easy, and has multiple routines and unlimited possibilities. Shin goes over just some of the ideas and routines that he has thought of.
**An At the Table EXCLUSIVE! Will NOT be taught anywhere else!**
Matrix Reloaded: A very CLEAN way to gaff a playing card to be able to conceal a quarter. This WILL change the way you perform a coin matrix!
ROUTINING: Shin will be performing his FISM act, and will then break down and cover parts of the act.