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MICHAEL CLOSE, Magic Magazine
'Kevin has come up with a way to make the switch more fluid . . . one bill 'morphs' into the other . . . I'm using Kevin's handling. You're going to want to too.'
JAMY IAN SWISS, Genii Magazine
' . . . looks like trick photography . . . the most significant technical improvement since Mr. Kozlowski's original version.'
'Kevin's 'Morphing Aspect' has raised the 'Ultimate Bill Switch' to new levels of perfection.'
'We've heard of Mr. King's bill-switching methods, and we would be very interested in any information pertaining to his whereabouts.' United States Treasury Department.
The 'Bill Switch' is one of the most coveted effects of both walk-around and stage magicians - if you already use it, you know how powerful it is. The effect is sensational! And now, thanks to Kevin King's Money Morph Video, it's EVEN BETTER! With your sleeves rolled up, your hands clearly empty, you borrow a bill. As you slowly fold and then unfold the bill, it visibly changes into an entirely different bill! Imagine the possibilities - turn a bill inside out or change a one-dollar bill into a hundred! Using his critically acclaimed handling, Kevin King will show you how to make the Bill Switch absolutely seamless. Unlike previous techniques, Kevin's switch makes it appear as though you are morphing one bill into another. There's no pause at the critical moment where the actual switch takes place. I've 'switched' over to Kevin's technique - it's clearly a significant improvement over the original. So whether you're learning for the first time or just want to improve your existing switch, allow Kevin to teach you his revolutionary technique, step by step - with all the subtleties. You'll be changing bills faster than they can print 'em!