The Turnover Pass is one of the most useful sleights I know, but not many magicians know how to do The Turnover Pass the RIGHT way. In this video, I demonstrate EXACTLY how to do this essential sleight. Check it out…
Speaker 1 (00:00):
Just like that, that man. Wow. Wow. Um, well on that point, um, I need help. I, I’m desperately in need of learning. The classic pass. Is that possible today?
Speaker 2 (00:14):
Well, it’s one of the tougher things we could pick, but we can certainly help. You can tell me what, what, what, what, uh, sources are you using?
Speaker 1 (00:22):
Uh, I, I, I mean I’m going in the back room and everything. Um, I haven’t, um, established myself too much, concentrating on too much, as much as I could, uh, compared to other things. Uh, but I mean, I started off bad as YouTube, you know, before I joined Kadra community. So yeah, that was before I joined Condrey community. Um, you know, my, my biggest problem is, you know, just making it invisible. Well, that’s a turnover pass that class.
Speaker 2 (00:54):
So is it turnover past the one that you’ve been interested in the most? Yes. Yes. Okay. Um, so I would say, and does anyone know, can anyone tell me if, if, what, if anyone can recall the last time I did a big training in group, uh, on it, just so we can, before we talk a little bit about it, give Richie my most recent, uh, exploration of it, because, you know, I’ll do a quick search here and, and see if I can find it. There’s, there’s, you’re gonna find some discussion of it. Uh, Richie, certainly whenever I teach the rising, um, which just so I can help everyone be clear about what we’re saying. So when I, uh, see that six of spades there, give you, sorry about that. So this is a variation of the turnover path, right? That there’s a, there’s a, there’s so many ways to do it, but basically we’ve got a turnover path.
Speaker 2 (01:55):
All right? And what I’m doing, uh, in the rising is called the out jogged Herman pass. This appears in the paper engine. And it’s, uh, a wonderful variation of a turnover pass because it doesn’t use a turnover. So just to give everybody some basic background, uh, there’s some people would say there’s a third but, but let you can, can, can find, uh, your whole life and be very happy with two basic conceptions of the past. One is sort of a classic pass classic style pass, two handed shift where when the two packets transpose, one way of looking at it is the top half moves to the bottom. But of course the bottom half also moves to the top. So it’s this direction. That’s the classic pass direction. Then you have the Hermann or turnover passes often called the invisible pass, which is separate than having a classic pass that’s invisible, right?