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ursmagicbalu
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Dear folks,

Can anyone help in finding this exact variation and by whom please

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZedFtKv......ad_owner
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Thanks a lot Steven
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That's a really cool version of twisting the aces. I only ever learned the original handling... but this is much better! Thanks for posting and sharing.

When I watched this trick the first few times, I'm thinking he's using a couple extra cards, and doing an ascanio spread, etc. I figure, no big deal, I can cop those extra cards out... still a great effect. Then I see that it's just 4 ungimmicked cards and I realize that I got fooled badly!

I really want to learn this trick and maybe a few other versions of twisting the aces also! My interest in this plot has just been renewed.
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Glad you guys like. Thanks @Steven for the link (much appreciated).

Let me know if you guys have any questions about the Asher Twist. I'm right here to help.

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The Asher Twist is the best for close up workers.
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The Asher Twist looks great on camera, but I don't think it looks as good in person. There are better versions I think.
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