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Robin Van Persie - Netherlands.
Oscar Granados - Costa Rica.
1. Chris Kenner.
2. Blake Vogt.
3. Tony Chang.
4. Jonathan Bayme.
5. Daniel Garcia
6. Homer Liwag.
You have to act as though it doesn't faze you in the slightest. Because that's what spectators are looking for when they lie, some sort of...
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Are there any techniques from Expert At The Card Table that you use as they were originally written?
Do you think Marty Demarest found Erdnase?...
Here's mine, good luck to you all.
Winner: Denver Broncos
Winner: Seattle Seahawks
So deceptive and clean was the parameters apparently...I'll never get the hang of SNC judging.
Here's mine fellas! Good luck everyone and happy holidays :)
Pardon the cheesy presentation....
Here is mine, simple for your pleasure.
Ace of Hearts.
Ace of Clubs.
Nine of Spades.
Nine of Diamonds.
Nine of Spades.
Three of Hearts.
Queen of Clubs.
Seven of Clubs.
Four of Spades.
Because I don't fully understand what it covers, could you define what constitutes "cardistry" within the parameters of this contest?
I guess I'll guess the lowest unguessed number...23!
An honorable mention again. I'm delighted and slighty annoyed, I should have done better.
Here's mine. Almost 70 seconds in 30 seconds.
Good luck everyone!
At first I thought that it was a problem that it skewed the publics view of magic and magicians, but then I came to realise that the public being...
Why don't you keep your ring finger on the cards to prevent "popping"?