Cheat: The Prelude

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Bob Farmer
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Cheat: The Prelude

Postby Bob Farmer » December 19th, 2018, 10:30 am

CHEAT: THE PRELUDE

STILL NO SKILL?

STILL NO PROBLEM!

TURN ANY SPECTATOR INTO A WORLD-CLASS CARD CHEAT!

THEY’LL LOVE YOU FOR IT UNLIKE THAT STUPID THING YOU DO WITH THE SPONGE BALLS.

The magician hands the spectator a lucky rabbit’s foot. They take turns cutting high card: the spectator wins every time.

For the finale, they play a hand of poker—the spectator controlling the cards—again the spectator wins.

CHEAT: THE PRELUDE is the perfect lead in to CHEAT. Together they make a devastating gambling routine, irrefutable evidence that you—YOU—are the MAN! (even if you are not a man).

Simple and practically self-working unlike your lazy brother who hasn’t worked for months.

Also includes a killer Easter Egg worth at least twice as much as half of what you paid for three of the things you don't really need.

Only available here for a lousy $6:

https://www.lybrary.com/cheat-the-prelude-p-922824.html

And if you don't have CHEAT! go here:

https://www.lybrary.com/cheat-p-922452.html

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Matthew Field
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Re: Cheat: The Prelude

Postby Matthew Field » December 19th, 2018, 11:27 am

This is a bargain! Just 63.15% as expensive as the equally inexpensive "Cheat"!

Wowsers! No bulky paper to clutter your office, it's electronically delivered. A downtown motherlode.

How you say . . . no skill required. Nothing for you to mess up, like you usually do. It's very clever, entertaining, and did I mention it's a bargain?

BAMMO!

Bob Farmer
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Re: Cheat: The Prelude

Postby Bob Farmer » December 19th, 2018, 2:23 pm

Unsolicited review from a happy customer:

"Got that ... the Easter Egg is awesome. Love Bob's humor and work."

I live to serve.

Bob Farmer
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Re: Cheat: The Prelude

Postby Bob Farmer » December 21st, 2018, 12:54 pm

Apparently there may be a shortfall of digital 1's and 0s due to a strike at the plant that makes them, so if you're thinking of buying CHEAT: THE PRELUDE, better do it now before there's a complete lack of 1s and 0s.

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chetday
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Re: Cheat: The Prelude

Postby chetday » December 21st, 2018, 2:45 pm

Bob Farmer wrote:CHEAT: THE PRELUDE

Simple and practically self-working unlike your lazy brother who hasn’t worked for months.

I'll be 71 in three weeks, and I've never read or heard the lazy brother bit before. I actually spit on my monitor with a guffaw that rocked my little home office. Thanks for the chuckle, Bob.


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