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Lee Lee

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This is my idea of Card Thruough Table using the Pop Out Move ny Piet Forton

I thought I'm first person who use this move for other application. But it turns out Vallerino already did almost identical.😅
(Can find it in his FISM act, and a Inspiration by Vallerino & Bebel)

I also heard that another similar thing are published in Almanac and Kabbalah, but didn't check yet)

Becasue of that, I decided not to published

Anyway, hope you like it

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Looks great!  It has that "hand is quicker than the eye" look about it.  There is just no way to follow what is happening because several things are happening at once.  The card jutting forward cancels the other action.  Perfect.

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Mike Powers

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Looks awesome! Very pure. No false moves.

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Looks great! This application (i.e using the Piet Forton move as a switch) has also been published by Peter Duffie Move Mastery vol.2 (here.. about 2:00) called the Toss Switch. I played with using it as a card through table which for me was a straight forward application of the move as Duffie explained it. 

Great idea! With a table a lot of things are possible with this. I like to fold the card and then load to wallet or reveal it as a mystery card-in-box using a box (like David Penn's Mystery solved). 
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Originally Posted by Medifro
Looks great! This application (i.e using the Piet Forton move as a switch) has also been published by Peter Duffie Move Mastery vol.2 (here.. about 2:00) called the Toss Switch. I played with using it as a card through table which for me was a straight forward application of the move as Duffie explained it. 

Great idea! With a table a lot of things are possible with this. I like to fold the card and then load to wallet or reveal it as a mystery card-in-box using a box (like David Penn's Mystery solved). 


Thank you sir! Does yours is same as this video too?
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