One True Ring, UN Double and the NON Faro

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Postby Charlie Chang » 05/31/03 03:50 PM

Videos of my ring and stick - "The One True Ring", "The Ultra-Natural Double Lift" and "The NON Faro" are on my website.

www.rpaulwilson.com

Feel free to drop by and check them out.

Best,

Paul
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Postby Chris Aguilar » 05/31/03 04:22 PM

Videos look quite nice Paul. I especially like the clean DL.
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Postby luigimar » 06/02/03 02:46 PM

Paul,

That Non Faro shuffle looks awesome. You fooled me the first time I saw it, then immediately checked the manuscript I just bought from you (I wanted to see how you fooled me) and wanted to practice immediately but I'm "working" and don't have a deck with me, but as soon as I get home, I'll start. It looks easy, but I bet it's not that easy, it needs as you say, some practice and a bit of acting. Well I'll let you all know how I'm doing after some practice.

luigimar :)
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Postby Temperance » 06/04/03 02:55 AM

How is the "The Ultra-Natural Double Lift" any different than the standard push off lift?

--Euan
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Postby AMCabral » 06/05/03 08:34 AM

Originally posted by Euan:
How is the "The Ultra-Natural Double Lift" any different than the standard push off lift?

--Euan
It's the grip, the method of handling the gravity double in order to make it reliable, and the extremely fair, floaty "hands-off" quality of the turnover action. It's got nothing to do with the push-off or get-ready.

I'll take an opportunity to salute Paul for these double handlings. Not ones I'd use all the time, mind you, but for certain effects, the visual impression of these handlings is staggering. Kudos!
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Postby Robert Allen » 06/05/03 04:23 PM

Hmm, I can't play the videos. RealPlayer on win98 is apparently telling me it doesn't understand the file format. Any ideas?
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Postby Chris Aguilar » 06/05/03 04:36 PM

Robert,

Make sure you've downloaded the latest version of their free player from http://real.com

Sometimes machine haven't been updated in a while and the newer videos won't play on them without a complete upgrade.

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Postby Steve Hook » 06/05/03 07:27 PM

But before installing RealOne Player, read THIS warning/guideline.

It's not exactly in line with their new installation regimen, but you'll get the idea. They're a tricky lot.

Steve H

ps: Paul, all the moves look GREAT!
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Postby Ian Kendall » 06/06/03 01:18 AM

One piece of advice I give out; _always_ install with the Custom option. You learn sooo much more...

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Postby Temperance » 06/07/03 04:13 AM

Originally posted by AntonioMCabral:
It's the grip, the method of handling the gravity double in order to make it reliable, and the extremely fair, floaty "hands-off" quality of the turnover action. It's got nothing to do with the push-off or get-ready.

-Tony
Thanks for that.. I like the ring and wand effect, very clean handling :)

--Euan
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