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If you do 6 Out Faro Shuffles, it puts all of the suits together in a semi numerical order. I put a deck into the Stebbins Stack with the Ace of...
I can't think of a time where a spectator did anything strange.
There was a time, though, where I was surprised by the end result of a...
*Hands her the bill/tab*
"Alright, I'm going to turn around so I can't see and you sign your name across the face"
Zero. They'll just use their fire wallets to light the room.
I don't have Devilry in full I guess you could say; however, I do have Madison's Anthology and HTCAC. I really enjoyed the reading. Packed with...
I'm still in the early learning stages of hypnosis. There is one hypnotist who uploads his podcasts to youtube. His name is Mike Mandel. He talks...
-"Is this trick hard to learn?"
-"Neven performed live before."
-Not really a quote, but copying patter word for word from a Book/DvD/Download.
"Are you a fan of rope? If so, tie me up... and I'll show my escape routine."
"I have mine marked so I can locate them anytime and anywhere"
"I can ditch them and retrieve them later at my leisure"
"I can cheat with them"
Juan Tamariz- "The other guy with the hat"
Mac King - Rope King
“The secret to mentalism is long hair.....and a goatee” -Max Maven
Why use a gambler’s cop when you can use a gambler’s cop? -Daniel Madison
52 Card Pickup is code for: A magician picking up girls (with a deck of cards).
The Vaudeville Deck was just the first to pop in mind after seeing 1920s in your post. I'm pretty sure vaudeville was popular during the 1920s....
Maybe a Vaudeville Deck?
He just performed the Anti Faro perfect for the first time.