The four Kings are face-up on top of the deck as the spectator places the four aces face-up throughout the deck. The cards are cleanly squared with nothing to see. With just a riffle of the cards, the Kings and Aces instantly transpose. The four Aces are now on on top and in the center are the four Kings. This is without a doubt the most direct handling of this classic effect. There is no setup and it can be instantly repeated.
In additional, Irving teaches an alternate handling he calls Back Slip - a method that has fooled many magicians and is great for your most skeptical spectators.
Irving Quant pushed the boundaries of magic when he developed the distribution technique. Today, he has far surpassed those bounds. Quant's work is incredible. What he brings to the table are morsels of amazement that can not be savored--they are willfully devoured by audiences far and wide.