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The greatest collection of self-working card tricks ever released. Period.
Move Zero is an excellent collection of self-working tricks.
Jared Kopf, Magic Magazine
Sort Of Psychic
Trickbag - Jay Ose False Cut
Trickbag - Cross Cut
Trickbag - Cut Deeper Force
Trickbag - Deal & Cross Cut Force
Trickbag - Spectator Ose Cut
Trickbag - Remote Control
Trickbag - Rosetta Control
Trickbag - Equivoque
Four Sided Gemini
This is an exceptional masterpiece sure to become a crowd favorite and instant classic.
Magic Orthodoxy, Reviewer
All of the effects he teaches are so well disguised that you would swear he is some sort of iconic wizard. His handling and presentation make it all seem impossible.
Tom Craven, Linking Ring Magazine
As DVDs go, this one has a huge bang for the buck ratio. It is suitable for all magicians and gets my highest recommendation." Dan Garrett, M-U-M Magazine
I knew it would be good, but truly it's one of the best things I've seen in years!
A generous insight into a devious mind. Clever, confounding card magic.
R Paul Wilson
Every effect is so well layered and structured and you will not only learn the 'how's' but the all important 'whys'.
"Rich with wonderful thinking and top-notch routines that all EASY to do."
Great job on the production and the material is excellent. I give this release my highest recommendation!"
John Bannon always inspires me - great DVDs - minimum effort, maximum impact - this is the stuff I like!
As usual, Bannon knocks it out of the park.
John truly understands why self-working card magic can pack such a powerful punch and he shares those secrets here.
This is a great DVD which you must buy!
One can learn a great deal from John’s performances of all the effects. 10/10
John Bannon has a real gift in understanding the important psychological aspects of magic that can really strengthen a routine, and there's a great deal that can be learned from his clever and intelligent approach to the subtleties of magic.
Ender's Game Review, Reviewer
Man, the first trick ‘Collusion’ is worth the price of admission alone. Alan Rorrison