The Unexpected Upjog is a mechanical method for producing one to several cards from a table spread. It happens instantaneously and automatically and is a surprising way to produce either a selection or the four Aces. The concept has no doubt been around for decades, but as far as we know, no sure-fire technique has ever been published... until now.
Doc Docherty, creator of the Groove Electric Switch, is at it again with another highly visual and not too difficult card sleight, this time in the form of a revelation - literally!
The Zoso Change is an extremely easy to do visual color change of one card into another and back again.
As a bonus, on the tutorial, Doc teaches his Paft Change, a method for changing a single card three times.
Doc Docherty's Groove Electric Switch is an indiscernible technique for switching an out-jogged card from a fan. It's mechanically beautiful but also practical with built in motivation for execution. Apart from its literal applications, it can also be used to force, control or change any card. Included in this in-depth tutorial, you will learn the basic move, five applications, and three routines.