Giobbi's Genii Session - Deck Switch

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Giobbi's Genii Session - Deck Switch

Postby jjsanvert » May 13th, 2015, 10:54 am

I just wanted to mention that the Deck Switch described by Roberto Giobbi in the May issue is identical to the one I created and explained on my first DVD made by LL Publishing. At the time the Giobbi's book came, I did not care to mention my switch to him, but I think I should do it now.
The reason I am doing this is also because if you follow Giobbi's description, you are almost sure to fumble, because of the pockets material, and because of the wallet which is in you left inside pocket (trust me, I worked a lot on this). And this is why I created a gimmick very easy to make (to fold, I'd say) and described it in this DVD.

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Re: Giobbi's Genii Session - Deck Switch

Postby submariner » May 13th, 2015, 12:26 pm

Was this in your 1st DVD of the Best of ... series?
Key Metric of a Successful Submarine Career - The number of dives and surfaces should always total to an even number.

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Re: Giobbi's Genii Session - Deck Switch

Postby Richard Kaufman » May 13th, 2015, 12:30 pm

Oops! Sorry about that.
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Re: Giobbi's Genii Session - Deck Switch

Postby submariner » May 13th, 2015, 5:53 pm

Mr. Sanvert's deck switch is on Best of Jean Jacques Sanvert - World Champion Magic - Vol 1 at about minute 45.
Key Metric of a Successful Submarine Career - The number of dives and surfaces should always total to an even number.


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