Bob Farmer wrote:Best Marketed ACANN: Bammo Dekronomicon
Reason: I invented it.
Alen wrote:mrgoat wrote:Hey Alen, so what's your connection to Tommaso?
No connection with no one. If you have it, you will see that what I wrote is true.
Well color me sceptical, but you join the forum, post about ACAAN in what reads like an Italian trying to speak English, then after a couple of posts you make glowing recommendations for a product that has testimonials from Harris and Magic Cafe idiots. And the product appears to me made by an Italian.
I could of course, be horribly wrong, but it just seems a little too coincidental.
Alen wrote:I see you have many problems with many people, Harris
Alen wrote: Magic Cafe
Alen wrote:, Italians. Try to solve first your racist problems and after you can criticize my posts.
Alen wrote:Aside all you problems, who are you to decide what are right or wrong to post on this place? You don't decide for me and for everyone on this forum.
I am mrgoat. Have you not heard of me?
Alen wrote:Harris problems are just your problems.
Alen wrote:Mark Lewis??? Who is Mark Lewis?
Alen wrote:Your post is negative and after you said the word idiots you said the product is made by Italian. It seems like you have some problems also with the italians or I made a mistake?
Alen wrote:At moment, you appears like a [censored], you try to be like a moderator when you are not a moderator.
Alen wrote:By the way if you have some problem with my posts, I suggest you to inform the moderator.
Alen wrote:If you don't have any problem with my post why do you continue to read this thread?.
Alen wrote:If I don't like to read something I just move one.
Alen wrote:Apologize for racism term, I misread your message.
Alen wrote:It seems like you have some problem with Tommasso or I made mistake? Or just you attack everyone is new on this forum? Or I cannot write about any effect because I am new on this forum?
Alen wrote:You are malicious saying that I am Tommaso or his mate
Alen wrote:I have seen a lot of products on the market why I cannot express my opinion about Subtle Scam?
Alen wrote:If I cannot express my opinion on this effect can you suggest me what this the correct one?
Alen wrote:Again ask the moderator to remove it or I talk about what I want.
Alen wrote:Hi Mr. Kaufman,
I consider this effect 100 better than The Berglas Effects.
The Berglas is an hands off acaan if it appears in your
performance. In the other case there is a lot of handling
and although the spectators won't remember it. Subtle Scam
is ALWAYS hands off before, during and after the performance.
David method requires misdirection and in some case a good handling, in Subtle Scam nothing.
For this reason Subtle Scam is 100 times better.
If Subtle Scam is crap I don't want to imagine what the Berglas Effects is.
Alen wrote:I have also the latest Berglas book, I know what the Berglas effect is.
mrgoat wrote:Alen wrote:I have also the latest Berglas book, I know what the Berglas effect is.
Please copy what the 14th line on page 189 is in the book to prove you have it.
El Mystico wrote:Just because Alen is new here, and his first posts are rave reviews for a product, maybe we are being unfair; I think we should treat him with a bit more respect.
I'm sorry, for my colleagues, Alen. Do let us know a bit more about yourself, as you join our network. You may be new here (and welcome!) but maybe you've posted on other magic forums? Do let us know which ones, and what your name is there. Or maybe you are completely new to magic? Either way, let us know a bit more about yourself. It would certainly help me judge whether your criteria for a strong ACAAN are the same as mine.
with a warm welcome
El Mystico wrote:That's useful for us to know.
Since Richard's book is new (people have only been getting it the last couple of weeks), and you say your interest in ACAAN stems from then, you are telling us you are new to this effect.
I'm glad you're enjoying Subtle Scam, but, if you'll accept the advice of someone who has been on this forum for a while, I think you're a bit too new to this effect to be describing Subtle Scam as "the best product on ACAAN subject ever".
thank you for your post. No, this is my first forum where I start writing something. I start on this forum because I purchase a while ago the new book by Richard Kaufman.
After this book, I purchased other ACAAN effect until two days ago I have found this pdf. I was impressed: You need to pay 400$ to have the same info that I have found in a 12$ ebook.
As I posted that I was impressed for this pdf I was attacked.
Thank you Dominic, but this is not right way to accept a new member here.
Bob Farmer wrote:I looked at the description of "Subtle Scam." It is two effects, ACANN and think of a card (TOAC). The first spectator calls out a card and number and the second spectator looks at the deck and thinks of a card.
I have no idea how the trick works, but one way of accomplishing the effects would be to secretly position the card and number (first spectator) during the TOAC phase (second spectator).
After the revelation of the card and number, the thought card could be determined with, say, the Vernon "Out of Sight, Out of mind" approach (assuming the selection also used that approach).
So it's not really the pure ACANN effect--which to me means, at minimum, that once the card and number are named, there should be minimal or no handling of the deck.
It sounds like a good magazine trick, not a pricey manuscript trick.
Brad Henderson wrote:Alen,
There is a reason we have all heard of the Berglas effect and no one knows of the subtle scam effect; and it has nothing to do with a clever method for being able to position a named card at a named number. May I suggest that you may have confused methods for secrets in your reading of the Berglas text?