Richard Hucko is an extremely talented card magician from Honolulu, Hawaii. The Hucko Steal is a versatile utility move that allows you to make cards vanish, reappear, change, and transpose in the blink of an eye.
In addition to teaching you the primary move, Richard also provides you with 4 different routines that can be achieved with the Hucko Steal.
- Artillery Aces
- a Sandwich Effect
- a bonus Transpo effect
Additional sleights are taught to ensure that you're armed with the complete knowledge to perform the routines from start to finish.
A total of 10 sleights are covered, starting with the Hucko Steal itself, plus various switches, replacements, productions, and more. All of the material is presented in multiple angles for fast and effective learning. These routines can be done with any deck of cards, so add them to your arsenal today!
- 4 different routines
- 10 sleights taught
- 40 mins of material
- Extremely versatile utility move No gimmicks needed
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Hucko Steal by Richard Hucko and Blue CrownIf you love all things cards and like to learn new moves then take a look, its not over priced and will be another string to your bow. Guy Portlock
What you get
Dvd with full instruction of the move and 4 routines that can be achieved using the move.
Any cool tricks?
The actual routines you learn once youve mastered the move are nothing new but good tricks in their own right. The move is really what youre buying and performed well will open doors for you.
Okay how easy?
I love anything to do with cards but I wouldnt say this is for beginners at all. Its not an easy move for sure. Its not super hard but youll need to have spent some time with cards to hit the ground running with this one.
I think youre either a fan of card move dvds or not. I actually really like a dvd or book that teaches me a cool utility move because I love to have plenty in the locker. In my mind the more skills you have with an ungimmicked deck the more routines you can do on the fly. So its worth putting in the practise and not looking for an easy option.
However having said that Im not sure I want to put the practise in for this move. Dont get me wrong I like the thinking behind it and Richard performs it really well and it works for him. Its a versatile move and will mean you can make cards vanish, reappear, change, and transpose I just think there are easier ways of getting to the same end result.
If you love all things cards though and like to learn new moves then take a look its not over priced and will be another string to your bow