Originally posted by mrgoat:
I am familiar with Knight's Tour, but am not sure exactly what you are selling.
This is what Barrie Richardson wrote (on my website in his English):
Lior's use of technology allows the performer to present this remarkable routine to a large audience. Indeed, the excitement grows as each move is made because the whole chess board is visible on the screen. Although this routine requires practice and good acting skills, the investment is worth it. Once this is mastered, you have a memorable stunt that can be performed for any size audience, from a sales meeting to a theater show -- and everyone in attendance will feel involved...
By using computer technology, Lior now allows you to have the best of both worlds you carry almost nothing (there is certainly no need for a large or bulky board) yet everyone in the audience is assured of seeing the movement. The board is located on a computer disk, with added features that provide the demonstration with an extra level of visual appeal.
to me it reads OK.
I can understand what I am selling...
A computer program...
and it also says in the site:
"You receive a special program allowing you to incorporate tailor made changes that reflect your clients attributes such as its corporate message."
Same with the phone thing. OK, I am familiar with add a number effects, but what exactly is your effect.
I don't actually care, I just wanted to point out it doesn't make much sense!
The effect is very good ;-) My original idea.
It's a new way to show the outcome of an Add-A No using cell
You don't need to care because it is for workers only.
Your English is much better than my Hebrew. But if you are selling something, it would be best to get it all written by someone that speaks the native tongue you are trying to sell in.
The web site was written by an American person...
and was checked by another one.
But I will ask a third one to check it again.
(Just because I care)
7 people ordered today the Knight's Tour
5 of them took the 2 effects together.
2 from the UK, 2 from Germany, 2 from the USA
1 from India