• Description

    This is a simple false cut that uses a table. The cards will not have changed position at all at the end of the cut. Make sure you watch the end of the video to learn how this cut can be expanded into a longer and perhaps more deceptive false cut.

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  • Deck Used

    Heritage Deck

3 replies
  1. JOSÉ
    JOSÉ says:

    Can you show a tutorial on a flourish called the “chin cut” . It’s called that cause you use your chin. Thanks Asad and keep on keeping on!

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  2. professor getzel
    professor getzel says:

    I noticed that it looks better if your left hand is hovering beneath the deck as your doing the swing cut, this way it looks like your pulling out cards from the bottom of the deck as opposed to the top. This creates a more impressive cut, and it’s also harder to follow the packets.

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