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I already do the double pushoff, but I found Andi Gladwin's DVD to be crazy good. I learned a load of new applications. Anyone who...
I will start off by saying: it's not what you think it is.
The method is nowhere near what I thought, and I like it. The routine has the classic...
Ernesto Melero is a name I have never heard of before, but now I'll remember it. I'd like to aim a massive "thank you" to Vanishing Inc. for...
Issues with the one-hand top palm:
The hand looks like a dead fish
It's no rocket-science to figure out where the card ended up, because of...
I am utterly impressed, and I thoroughly look forward to this. Damn.
I don't want to ruin your fun, but please type in English only. It's difficult to moderate a language I don't know. :(
Hey, thanks for the add. I am not sure I know you, but nice meeting you.
Indeed I did!
Wow, Richard gone wild. I never see you use those explicit words.
This is like Decknique with gray background. :-)
Suggestion for your next video: Don't put stuff in it that you just learnt. It will make both he flourish and yourself look bad.
Stein Halvorsen is also Norwegian. I urge you to meet that guy. He's got some slick flourishes up his sleeve (well, not literally).
Hello fellow moderator, thanks for the add!
Also notice how Kevin is showing off his mindreading skills in the tutorial. He keeps saying "You want to..." for every part of the move.
Chris is better, and so is Jordan. Logic simply won't work on a subject like this.
Would be nice if Bone sat down and wrote an essay to explain what he was up to. Or if he blogged! =D
So far I've seen him online once or twice...
I am in the same situation though. =(
I think he got the message, yo.
The first flip from hand to hand is something I also had some issues with at first. The packet kept being unsquare, and then scattered all over...
Lost is my favorite TV show ever, and I've been interested in J.J. Abrams since I saw some behind the scenes stuff from Season 1.