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 According to Lennart Green on //Green Magic Vol. 5//, 2003, around 1968-9, Max Milton, of Sweden, also developed the secret one-handed top change from a description of the early flourish. He used a straddle grip and very constrained display action to cover the sleight: only a wrist turn; not a broad raising of the hand and arm. Later, Harry Lorayne published the sleight as The Ultra Move, in his //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17893/​Afterthoughts/​15|Afterthoughts]]//,​ 1975, p. 11. Lorayne acknowledged the "basic idea" had been discovered by Buckley and Downs. He teaches the sleight with a straddle grip, but mentions it can be done from normal mechanics grip. He emphasizes that the broad upward motion of the hand and deck are required for deceptiveness. However, though it is more demanding, Max Milton and others do it quite deceptively with just a modest wrist-turn. According to Lennart Green on //Green Magic Vol. 5//, 2003, around 1968-9, Max Milton, of Sweden, also developed the secret one-handed top change from a description of the early flourish. He used a straddle grip and very constrained display action to cover the sleight: only a wrist turn; not a broad raising of the hand and arm. Later, Harry Lorayne published the sleight as The Ultra Move, in his //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17893/​Afterthoughts/​15|Afterthoughts]]//,​ 1975, p. 11. Lorayne acknowledged the "basic idea" had been discovered by Buckley and Downs. He teaches the sleight with a straddle grip, but mentions it can be done from normal mechanics grip. He emphasizes that the broad upward motion of the hand and deck are required for deceptiveness. However, though it is more demanding, Max Milton and others do it quite deceptively with just a modest wrist-turn.
  
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