El Mystico wrote:That's useful for us to know.
Since Richard's book is new (people have only been getting it the last couple of weeks), and you say your interest in ACAAN stems from then, you are telling us you are new to this effect.
I'm glad you're enjoying Subtle Scam, but, if you'll accept the advice of someone who has been on this forum for a while, I think you're a bit too new to this effect to be describing Subtle Scam as "the best product on ACAAN subject ever".
I am not new on ACAAN. My passion is ACAAN, I collect everything. I enjoyed also:
Meant To Be..., The Flip shift (Asi Wind variant)
Patrick Redford has something really good too
ACAAB by Boris Wild ( I have also my variant )
Any Card at Any Number & Any Card At Any
Number. by Alain Ackerman based on the Faro Shuffle
The Simon Aroson: Twice As Hard and Card At Any Number
Cameron Francis Convergence
Fraser Parker: The Berglas Effect
Tomamso Gugliemi: Eyes of Darkness, Destiny
Boris Wild: Miracle!
Luca Volpe: Hallucination
Tony Binarelli: The Third Eye
Company Matching any number of cards Dai Vernon
Frank Velasco: The Quest
Juan Tamariz in Mnemonica there is an ACAAN too
Ben Harris: Cross Road deck
Marc Paul: Affected by Berglas
Alain Nu: Romeo and Juliet
Mayhew Chris : CAANDY
Ed Marlo: The Over Count
Jay Joshua: Any Card at Any Page Number
Hillford Doc : Treslibre
Forrest David : Autobahn and Route 01
and many other that I don't remember...
Do you think that I am able to say if Subtle Scam is better or not?