Blind Rotational Sybil(103k)
Blind Rotational Sybil (BRS) by Cap Casino is a card cut move in which
a deck of cards is split into three packets. The packets are rotated
and transferred among the fingers in a unique manner before the deck is
A variation of the BRS can be done poker chips or large coins. The video above shows rlk7 performing the trick for the flourish competition at 21ace.com.
Keep in mind I dont do card manipulation and have no reference material for the BRS so this might be a completey wrong description of the BRS but its a nice trick anyway.
|Start||Hold a stack of three poker chips edgewise between the tips of the right thumb and index finger. The right palm should be pointing left with the thumb and index finger parallel to the ground.
The left coin is Chip 1, the middle coin is Chip 2 and the right coin is Chip 3.
||When you start make sure the chips are held closer to the knuckle of the thumb. If you hold it too close to the tip of the thumb then when rotating a chip over the top of the thumb you will be near the nail, making it more difficult.
The way the chips and hands rotate about each other is a distinctive part of this trick. Make sure you exagerate the rotation moves rather than just take the shortest path when moving the chips.
For some of the steps you will find if you grab a chip edgewise so that the fingers are on exact opposite sides of the chip then it causes problems later. You can adjust the grip when learning the trick to make sure that this doesnt happen.
||There are endless variations of this move. I have only just discovered the BRS so have only begun exploring the possibilities.
Rather than finishing at Step 10 you can continue moving the chips around indefinately by using the same principle.
In the above description the left hand does all the work rotating the coins about and transferring them. You can reverse this and start with the stack in the left hand and use the right hand to move the chips. Alternating between these two variations is another way you can repeat trick in a nice way.
Combining some of the other tricks such as the Roll Down or Edge Walk with this trick can also produce some nice variations.