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Re: THE BEST EXECUTER OF THE TWO HANDED SHIFT

I've seen plenty of phenomenal passes, but two names immediately come to mind: Joshua Jay and Jason Tang. Both are very different and both are insanely good. And of course Fisher has a Top Card Cover Pass that most men would do anything - including watching Sex & The City - just to acquire. And ...
by Tyler Wilson
10/15/08 01:33 AM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: THE BEST EXECUTER OF THE TWO HANDED SHIFT
Replies: 75
Views: 7215

Re: DelGaudio Shuffle

Derek's shuffle is fantastic. Thanks to Richard and the crew for finally getting it in print. In Derek's hands, it looks shockingly fluid and deceptive. And it's got the best name for a shuffle in years (maybe ever).

Tyler Wilson
by Tyler Wilson
10/15/08 01:16 AM
 
Forum: Magicana
Topic: DelGaudio Shuffle
Replies: 58
Views: 15517

Re: Cameron Francis' REHAB

Richard,
Rest assured, you were not the first - in print or otherwise - to do the fusion plot.

Neither was Wesley James.

Tyler Wilson
by Tyler Wilson
10/15/08 01:11 AM
 
Forum: Light from the Lamp ONLINE.
Topic: Cameron Francis' REHAB
Replies: 16
Views: 3193

Re: Boldfinger/Peter Kane

Hey Kevin, I just got my February Genii in the mail today and noticed "Boldfinger". Yes, Matthew Johnson has the same routine, "Knife Through Finger", on one of his videos as well as some of his notes. The only major difference between Matthew's routine versus Duc's, is the knife...
by Tyler Wilson
01/30/06 01:17 PM
 
Forum: Magicana
Topic: Boldfinger/Peter Kane
Replies: 12
Views: 2589

Re: Kostya Kimlat Genii Article?

Hey Guys, I second Tommy's comments, Jack's brain works like no one else I know. He can create so much from so little, it's scary. I had watched several of his online videos and I was a little disappointed to see several which I thought were obviously "Webcam-Only" routines, but boy was I ...
by Tyler Wilson
01/11/06 02:44 AM
 
Forum: Columns
Topic: Kostya Kimlat Genii Article?
Replies: 9
Views: 3269

Re: On eBay: Derren Brown, Harry Lorayne, JK Hartman & More

Hey Bill,
I'm really interested in a couple of the books you have for sale, so I'm really bummed that you don't ship to Canada.

Not only do we have to deal with the bitter cold, but our eBay selections are limited as well.

Oh well.

Tyler Wilson
by Tyler Wilson
10/19/04 01:13 AM
 
Forum: Collector's Marketplace
Topic: On eBay: Derren Brown, Harry Lorayne, JK Hartman & More
Replies: 2
Views: 45

Re: Rub 'N Tug

Hey Mr. Ben,
Thanks a lot for the reference, I'll be sure to track down some of his videos. I'm a fan of his (published) work, but I have yet to see him in action. Whether or not the videos I find will contain his Rub-A-Dub material, I'm sure I'll be in for a treat.

Thanks again!

Tyler Wilson
by Tyler Wilson
10/08/04 11:28 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Rub 'N Tug
Replies: 24
Views: 720

Re: Rub 'N Tug

Hey Justin,
Whoops, you beat me to the Spectacle reference.

Thanks again!

Tyler Wilson
by Tyler Wilson
10/07/04 11:31 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Rub 'N Tug
Replies: 24
Views: 720

Re: Rub 'N Tug

Hey Justin, Yes, Jay Sankey has a face-up Rub-A-Dub vanish which Minch published in Spectacle. He also put it out on one of his many, many, many, many, many videos. I was not aware of this move when I developed Rub 'N Tug. The difference between his move and Mr. Krezel's / My move, is that Sankey's ...
by Tyler Wilson
10/07/04 11:29 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Rub 'N Tug
Replies: 24
Views: 720

Rub 'N Tug

Hey Guys, In this month's Magic Magazine, Joshua Jay did a superb job of writing up a move of mine called Rub 'N Tug (it's a face-up Rub-A-Dub vanish). However, I just received word (from the man himself) that Ken Krenzel has an almost identical move which is unpublished. The great news is that he's...
by Tyler Wilson
10/07/04 10:29 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Rub 'N Tug
Replies: 24
Views: 720

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