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Discussion in 'Magic Forum' started by AlfieWhattamMagic, Mar 6, 2010.
Original effect? You may have come up with it on your own but certainly not original, but otherwise you did an good job.
Just please work on your tilt, and spend the time to perfect the pinky count I did and it helped so much.
All I can say is that I liked the idea very much.
its not orginal, big guy. Its actually a kind of obvious idea. You really dont need a link to an effect that is a BASIC sandwich effect. One tip for you though, learn the pinkie count, and it will make your magic look much better. And Dont be so obvious with the tilt man. Just some advice.
I would agree that this is a basic sandwich effect, nothing original. But not bad. You might want to watch how much you move the deck in your left hand. It looks strange. I'm positive you can keep practicing and make it smoother. Keep up the good work.
Dude, get off your high horse. You said it was your ORGINAL EFFECT. Not us, you said that. Research more before you make comments like that.
I don't need to show you proof, its not original not even the nearest bit. You know what call my good friend Dan Tong, tell him your effect is original, and you will get a very informative lecture.
What I wanted to say has been said, except for the fact that the Tilt is Vernon's, not Ed Marlo's as far as I remember.
Actually, tilt is Marlo's. Vernon published his depth illusion, which is sometimes confused as tilt, prior to Marlo's manuscript. And even further before that there was another magician, who's name escapes me right now, who published a similar move.
EDIT: if you want proof that it is not original, check out a D'amico + Marlo routine, published in... you know what? I'll let you search for it.
My mistake. Thanks for correcting me.
I think that this could have been avoided if we all ReadMoreMagicBooks.