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Postby Dale Shrimpton » 04/02/08 04:09 AM

Morning.

Guys, Its a bit of a long shot but Ive a big favour to ask.

recently i have obtained a box of stuff from ebay.
( there were one or two nice things in it)

one of the items in the job lot, was the cards for the alex elmsley/ dr jax effect " what card ".
But it didnt have any instructions.

Its a bit of a long shot i know, but i dont suppose anybody reading this happens to have the instructions that they could e mail me?

it looks like an interesting reveal.
your help would be greatfully recieved, i can assure you..
Dale

ps...

Since the advertising blurb for this effect was a ghost, holding up the cards,(4 double sided cards, one "special") i can assume that the modus was the count.

however, the order and movements of said cards is baffling me at the moment
:)
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 04/02/08 10:39 AM

I think Ron Allesi has the largest collection of instructions, so you might give him a phone call.
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Postby Glenn Farrington » 04/02/08 12:02 PM

You might also want to contact Paul Gross at Hocus Pocus.
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Postby Dale Shrimpton » 04/02/08 12:20 PM

thanks for the thoughts guys.
i will drop them both an e mail in the morning
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Postby Dale Shrimpton » 04/03/08 12:16 PM

just to let you know, that ive been given a history of the effect, via Craig Browning, from the wonderfully helpfull, Mr M.


Thanks Max.

I can see i have some reading to do tonight. Thankfuly, i have both the Gen, and the Jinx at home.
though only the Jinx os on cd.
Gen, is a box containing every edition, loose...

going through that lot, is like exploring the jungle.You never know exactly what youl find.

D.
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Postby George Olson » 04/03/08 03:03 PM

I have the Digital Gen, and here are the referances to both Jax and Elmsey:

Jax;
vol 7, 5, pp135
" 15,1, pp11
" 8, 3, pp72
" 25,8, pp205

Elmsley;
vol 7, 3, pp82
" 17, 3, pp77
" 12, 1, pp11
" 11, 12, pp374
" 10, 10, pp289
" 19, 10, pp271
" 14, 4, pp105
" 5, 9, pp270
" 7, 11, pp335
" 9, 7, pp199
" 9, 7, pp197
" 9, 12, pp362

I hope this helps!

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Postby Dale Shrimpton » 04/04/08 03:16 AM

Hey George...

thanks. :)

i sat down with the gen last night and found the effect that what card is based on.
its his 4 black cards effect.

ive got the digital jinx with me now, and will be searching it later today..

D
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Postby Eric Rose » 04/04/08 06:38 AM

Dale,

If you're still looking, I have the instructions to "What Card." Email me at erose@ericrosemagic.com


Thanks,
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Postby Dale Shrimpton » 04/10/08 07:26 AM

Cheers Eric.
Ive E mailed you :)
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Postby Glenn Farrington » 04/10/08 05:00 PM

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