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samuelchong
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Do you think it's a transposition effect? Well, it never disappears or appears at all, it just visually moves from one spot to the other.
royaltmagic
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That's a great question.
I guess it would fall under the amazingly visual category.

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Roland Henning
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This is a topological effect. Another example would be Card Warp.
Alan Munro
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You're sliding a knot!

What's the next question? How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? Smile
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