R. Paul Wilson - Extreme Possibilities, 4 DVDS New

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Postby jcroop » 08/10/12 08:19 AM

R. Paul Wilson - Extreme Possibilities, all 4 DVDS New, still shrink wrapped, $45 shipped in the US

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Volume 1
ConCam Rendezvous A shuffled deck and a prediction is all you need to perform this baffling effect.
Julies Number The spectator removes any four number cards. These are reversed in four different parts of the deck. With a snap of the fingers they transform into the four Queens!
Zulu Sandwich Three selections appear, one at a time, between two cards. A baffling production.
Fl-Ash Pauls application of a wonderful Michael Sibbernson idea combined with one of the finest card tricks ever invented.
Less Is More The performer causes the Queens to repeatedly come to the top of the deck before finally changing to Aces.
Challenge Aces A simple method is transformed into a stunning effect thanks to Pauls commercial presentation. This has been in Pauls repertoire for twenty years.
Gone Wishin Three coins appear, vanish then reappear inside a previously empty coin purse. A bold method for a powerful effect.
ConCam Ring On Stick Pauls famous visual ring routine. Pure magic for the eyes!
ConCam Monte Pauls brilliant underground version of the classic Dutch Looper. (Performance Only)

Volume 2
Tantalizer Too A Royal Road classic is given a killer twist.
Justify Me A Collectors routine with a difference. Three selections trapped between four Jacks disappear and reappear amongst the Aces.
Thinking It Over A thoroughly baffling version of the Cards Across plot. A thought-of card vanishes from one packet and appears in the other.
Thief Of Hearts Pauls Valentine card trick, perfect for couples.
Matching The Cards Pauls favourite card trick a Dai Vernon classic, included at Louis Falangas request.
Wilsons Aces Pauls magician-fooling version of the classic Ace assembly.
Far Too Many Cards A simple, entertaining effect for any occasion.
A New Wave Three coins appear, vanish and reappear without the need for expensive gaffs.
Motel History Pauls unique approach to the Hotel Mystery. Simple and direct.
Ricochet Pauls famous version of the Reset plot. (Performance Only)
Spectrum Pauls powerful color-changing deck routine. (Performance Only)

Volume 3
Confabulous Pauls simple, offbeat version of Confabulation.
Tipless One of Pauls favorite stand-up effects. A vanishing silk that even fools magicians!
3 Through Three coins pass through the table one at a time.
Popper Bound Part of Pauls professional repertoire. A coin routine your audience will love.
Jazz Two Step Pauls excellent version of Peter Kanes Jazz Aces.
Left Turn On Cactus Four spectators locate the four Aces. Not for beginners!
8 Card BW+2 Pauls method for a Nick Trost classic.
Wilson All Backs A misprinted deck of cards is magically repaired. (Performance Only)
Devilish Princess A powerful transposition effect with a mentally-selected card.
Predator A prediction with a twist. (Performance Only)

Volume 4
1002.5 Aces A four-Ace assembly for when the time is right
Written Wrongs A sealed prediction is completely wrong or is it?
Wild With The Ladies Pauls impromptu Wild Card routine pure magic.
DDT Open Prediction A simple, direct version of the Paul Curry masterpiece.
SVAR A coin melts away then reappears at your fingertips.
The Mystery Of The Little Piece Of Cork Pauls wonderful version of Ramsays effect using props you can make yourself. A lesson in coin magic.
Bottoms Up Apparently demonstrate the perfect Bottom Deal.
Ring On Silk Quick, easy and effective. A simple stunner.
Paul Plays Poker A demonstration of Pauls remarkable cheating skills. (Performance Only)
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Postby jcroop » 08/12/12 08:06 AM

Price reduced to $40 shipped in the US!
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Postby jcroop » 08/12/12 12:14 PM

On hold.
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