Robverserv

This move was inspired by Larry Jennings' "Larreverse" in Lewis Ganson's Dai Vernon's Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic (Supreme, nd, chapter 10), and was published in Card Modes (pp. 38-40). The purpose of both moves is to turn a card face-up secretly while you turn the card under it face-down. A different approach again was published by Roy Walton in The Complete Walton, Vol.2, "Royverse."

a) Start by openly reversing a card in the middle of the deck. Spread the cards from left to right until you come to the faceup card. It should be under your left thumb, pushed to the side of the left hand cards (Fig. 1). The right fingertips grip the card that is immediately to its right (above it), at the farthest right edge from underneath b) Now slide the right hand to the left until the right hand card covers the face-up card (Fig.2). Don't worry about alignment. Grip both cards with the right fingertips, pull them to the right further, then flip them over, as one, to the left (Fig.3). The right hand cards will provide cover during this process. Square the deck as you finish. So you have turned a face-up card over, but the card above it revolved with it.

There should be a rhythm to this process: spread until you come to the face-up card. Pause. Slide to the left, slide to the right, flip-over, square. If you do this to the same rhythm as it takes you to read those words, you'll do it just right.

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