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Damn, I won't be able to enter on time. It's taking forever to render...
And how do you know that it taught the basics correctly?
Ellusionist sparked my interest in magic too, however it didn't guide me to the right...
I thought this dvd was cool when I first got it, but when I look back at it now I can't bear to watch it.
I was foolish enough to get CC2 later...
It's definitely more than a hobby for me; its a passion.
It's Lee Asher now....
To add on to Vinnie's great post, I've gathered up more helpful info at Decknique.
Cyril did something similar in one of his TV specials (you probably seen it)- at a supermarket he got a coin to float out of a donation box to his...
Dan requested that nobody upload the video to public video sites.
Angle the deck so its against the crotch on your thumb. It'll give you a more circular fan.
I love you.
p.s. Is that insulting enough?
I'm practicing a combo I chucked together. Madonna 3-60+Skater cut+SVM+ and closing with Carnahan and smear fans.
Also working on a little...
Its so annoying when people call flourishes "tricks".
I totally agree^
You can always use a different control for Swiss Made, and plus the db spin change is wicked. Its worth learning in my opinion....
Click, db spin, duck, and a varitation on the twirl change.
That's why I like Ray Kosby's Raise Rise, its more "impossible" looking, and as Allan stated previously, it's done with one hand.
Its personal preference.
Circle backs are nice due to the effect given in a pirrouette (as stated above) and they give displays are nice look...
That would be Dan's performance^