The Slip Jog Card Control technique is a useful utility move to give the impression the chosen card has been put into the middle of the deck of cards only for the chosen card has now jumped back on to the top of the deck.
Its a knack move which will take a little bit of practice to master. What you will need is a deck of cards and a spectator.
Its a technique worth learning to help and develop your own magic forte. it will take a time to master this but we hope by watching the video below and listening to the tips mentioned, you can be great at performing this.
The idea is to get the spectator to chose any random card, get them to look at it.
You then get them to place the card on top of the deck. You swing cut the deck (click swing cut to see the tutorial on that technique) into two piles of cards one in each hand.
You are now ready to perform the slip jog.
Watch the video below to see how to perform it and how to pull off this great technique.
The slip-jog is great to perform around tables and a great move to get you in to ambitious card routine ( click here for this trick)
The method is to pretend you are taking the selected card from the top of the deck but you actually take the bottom card from the top half of the deck. Extremely devious move and looks excellent if done properly.
You will need to practice this card move a lot and i suggest you watch the video a few times as there are some interesting tips and help with the method to make this trick work sublime.
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