Whit Haydn's Mental Epic

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Postby Guest » 01/10/03 10:11 PM

I saw an advert a while ago for Whit's version of the mental epic. Is it still available and has anyone had a chance to use it? I recall from the description that it looked great.

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Postby Jeff Haas » 01/11/03 01:58 AM

Check with www.hocus-pocus.com and see if they've still got it. I think it's exclusive to them.

It's the best version of Mental Epic I've seen, and like all of Whit's stuff, has terrific thinking that's gone into it.

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Postby Guest » 01/11/03 02:30 AM

Thanks, Jeff. I am one of the biggest Whit fans. He impresses me on so many levels and I always appreciate the care he puts into his effects.
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Postby John McDonald » 01/11/03 06:32 AM

I bought it a few weeks ago form Hocus Pocus.

The effect is always a real stunner for a lay audience.

The board is manufactured very well. A video is included with Whit performing the effect for a real audience and then explains his routine with the Hoyle tossed out deck which enhances the effect. Whit also includes a number of handlings for the board. :)

Thanks Whit for releasing your routine!!

Best wishes John ;)
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Postby Guest » 01/30/03 11:05 AM

Thanks, everyone, for the nice comments. Enjoy.
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Postby Pete Biro » 01/30/03 03:06 PM

Whit happens...

:D
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Postby Guest » 01/31/03 12:13 PM

Pete:

Lay off, you. I could screw around with a name like Peter, you know.
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Postby Pete Biro » 02/01/03 12:05 AM

Persi nicknamed me "The Amazing Peter" years ago when we were at the Carter Magic Cellar in San Francisco. :p
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Postby Guest » 02/01/03 01:19 AM

At the time, did he know you did magic tricks, too? ;)
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Postby Terry » 02/01/03 06:50 AM

I could screw around with a name like Peter,
Whit, might want to be careful with the wording. Just ignore Pete, he's being [censored]..... :D
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Postby Pete Biro » 02/01/03 11:39 PM

I have an answer but I don't want to lower myself to Penn's level. :eek:
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Postby Guest » 02/02/03 06:52 AM

Not a pretty picture, Pete.
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