NEW: The Missing Key - El Duco, Sweden

Addresses new and interesting links to other sites (not listed on the Genii website) that merit attention.

Postby Guest » 03/03/07 11:02 AM

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Postby Guest » 03/03/07 11:58 AM

Please do not notice that I for some reason place your chosen wallet onto my prediction wallet and handle them together.

There is nothing suspicious going on here. Really.
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Postby Guest » 03/03/07 12:06 PM

I beg to differ with the "no gimmicks to hide." ad claim. I'm such a killjoy though :( .
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Postby Guest » 03/04/07 12:55 AM

I didn't see him hiding any gimmicks. The gimmick was in plain view.
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Postby Guest » 03/04/07 10:22 AM

Well sort of. Clearly one must be careful with handling the stuff that's in plain view even after the effect is concluded.
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Postby Guest » 03/04/07 03:19 PM

How does the introduction of the prediction make things more difficult, as the patter implies?

An effect that has no idea what it wants to be- magic, con work, mentalism...

And I doubt the audiance will have any idea either.

Oh, and I forgot to mention- Highly recommended.
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Postby Tom Stone » 03/04/07 05:49 PM

Nordatrax wrote:
How does the introduction of the prediction make things more difficult, as the patter implies?
I've no idea. But I think it might mean that with a prediction, the performer has committed himself to one specific thing.

And there's no gimmicks to hide, because I believe the correct term is "gaff" ;-)

I actually like this one. Though, I would bring the cases out in a stack, and use a Hamman or Vallarino move when placing them out.
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Postby Guest » 07/09/07 09:10 AM

Funny how the discription in his old cataloue sounds so much better than the demo clip.

This was one item in my must buy list.

Not now though :rolleyes:


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