A while ago, more than 12 years ago, someone showed me an effect (actually - it was a move - but they didn't tip how it worked) that I remember as the following:
A three-card sandwich, with the two 'outside' cards backs-towards the audience and the center card was face-towards the audience. As I recall, the cards were held in the same manner as they would be if just retrieved from a back-palm.
With a shake of the wrist, the center card changed. That's it.
I *seem* to recall that the guy said it was something like 'Fandango' (but that could be a complete fabrication on my part).
Does anyone know what I'm talking about - and, if so, where it is published?
I *don't* think it was based on a 'Asher-twist' type manouevre. Perhaps if two of the cards were turned over together, you would get the effect of a 'change'. However, as I recall, it was one handed, very smooth, and there was no 'talking' of the cards.
It could have been 'a la' Hollingworth's "Waving the Aces" - but this was *at least* 12 years ago. I know that for certain, as I was still living at home - and that was more than 12 years ago!
Any one know (vaguely) what I'm talking about?
Thanks very much in advance
p.s. On a completely different topic, I was reading through all the Craig Browning stuff - and the term 'Shut-Eye' community kept being used. What's the 'Shut-Eye Community'?