Drop Shot

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Drop Shot is a card routine by Paul Harris based on "Corner in the Glass" by Matt Schulien that includes a transposition. A corner is torn from a card and placed in the pocket as a receipt. The damaged card is lost in the deck which is placed atop a glass. With tap on the deck, the corner is seen dropping into the glass and the selection is removed from the pocket where the corner was.

It was published in Close-Up Entertainer (1979). It was also included in Art of Astonishment Book 2.


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