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1. What leaves the biggest impact on the spectator; very visual flashy magic, or slow, story-telling like-magic?
2. What has been your biggest...
The only memory-book I've read is "How to develop af Super Power Memory" by Harry Lorayne and it is really worth the money! You'll learn how to...
There is the 'Roadrunner Cull' by Kostya Kimlat your best option. He has so much experience on this move, and he explains it great. Go get it,...
It would be really cool if he explained his misdirection on.. haha, I'm forgetting what it's called. From Erdnase; simple switch? To cards, pretty...
First off, it's quite cool to be able to dribble from the corners. A lot of people don't do, and it's used in fx. Kevin Ho's Chaser.
I can do it...
I was thinking about getting this book. Do you guys know why he passed away?
It would make great sense, because.. Who whould it else be in the magic-world? And then, it says, that Dave has invented a coin-move, which suits...
Good overall review there. I find the Florida Count more difficult than 6.5. Well, you can do it after the second reading, but it really takes...
Please don't say "Shade Card". Edit that part. I guess the performance was alright.
And CoinTwo wasn't gimmicked right? I was thinking about the size of the coin... Would smaller do? Is it all about hand size?
This is cool. You may also read this for further inspiration.
Allan Hagen and David Blanch are both Danish. Jonas Haglund and Chris Hestnes are Norweigan, so you might want to ask them.
Well, in Shifty and Elevator you can sign the card, show it face-up etc.
And both are fairly easy. It may have sound-issues though. Raise Rise is...
It's too late, Stein already won.
Can you go a little further with the gimmick?
R3man is a close friend of daniel+Madison.
(Did I just spell it that way?)
What is Prophet?
Cool to see some material from danish magician, Rune Klan. In Denmark he is mostly recognized as a funny guy, so it surprises me that he has...
No, nothing more than a deck. But to get into position (setup) is hard.