Flawless by Shin Lim
FLAWLESS is an impromptu way to (actually) place a selected signed card into the center of the pack, and with no apparent moves bring it back to the top. And since it instantly resets, FLAWLESS is a perfect addition to any Ambitious card routine. Taught in intricate detail and shot in 1080p Full HD, Shin goes over 3 of his favorite variations. Learn it now from F.I.S.M-NACM, IBM, and WMS winner Shin Lim. Credits: This is my specific handling of a move that probably originated with Nate Leipzig See Dai Vernon’s Tribute to Nate Leipzig (Ganson, 1963) as well as Arthur Buckley’s Card Control (1946), where the move is attributed to John Brown Cook.