A selection of Irving Quant's finest card magic featuring a revolutionary new technique for controlling not just a single card, but multiple cards in a way you probably never imagined. He calls it the Distribution Technique, and in our opinion, unlocks a whole new level for card magicians.
The Distribution Technique is a utility move, like the Clip Shift, that can be applied to literally endless applications. On Quantum Mechanics, Irving explains many of its possibilities with several of his favorite effects.
This beautifully constructed handling of Mr. Goodwin's "Slap Exchange" (At the Expense of Grey Matter, 1989) allows four cards to be lodged face-up in the deck before they are made to transpose with four others. Agatha eliminates the many sleight-heavy maneuvers needed to accomplish previous methods and provides a direct solutions to a classic card problem among the community.
Completely impromptu using only sleight of hand and the ingenious thinking of Irving Quant.
$6.95Two face-up Kings are inserted at right angles into the center of the deck. As they pass through, one mysteriously turns face down. The effect is repeated, however, this time the face of the King disappears right before your eyes. For the third demonstration, a selected card having been lost into the deck appears face down between the Kings as they pass through the deck.
$6.95A surprisingly easy method for accomplishing an age-old card problem where 4 cards are inserted face-down into the deck and instantly transpose with 4 different cards which are now evenly distributed face-down in the deck. A seemingly impossible feat realized by Irving Quant and with "dare we say" no sleight of hand... almost.