Devious - my new pdf

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Hey guys,

I have something that you might be interested in.

About a year ago I came up with a new card control called 'Accapello' which will change the way sandwich effects are done forever.

So far I have shown it to big names such as :
Jeff Mcbride
Gregory Wilson
Daniel Garcia
Dee Christopher
Jordan Lapping
Johan Sundvall
Erik Jansson
Allan Hagan
Daniel Madison
Gianni Vox
Dan Buck
Myles Nakouzi
Joshua Jay
Alex Lourido

All of whom liked my material.

I have quotes such as
"...You cheeky ******* ! Thats terrific"
-Greg Wilson

" Aww man, that's awesome "
- Daniel Garcia

" wow ! thats real nice "
- Joshua Jay

" Excellent! I love it "
- Jeff Mcbride

" Wow! thats so great. Very clever. "
- Alex Lourido

and more ....

I've put this control as well as other things I've created into a PDF.

Email me for details or PM me
and if you want to discuss anything, do it on this thread.

Cheers,

Geraint Clarke
 

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May 24, 2008
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those r some pretty sick quotes. i believe it. are you going to be publishing it soon?
 
May 8, 2008
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Just out of interest, how can something be a 'much talked about underground control'? Isn't that a bit of an oxymoron? It's like saying 'this is a move that everyone's been waiting for for ages, but nobody's ever heard of it before.'
 
I do agree, it is an oxymoron , but not a stupid one.

Bitter sweet , deafening silence etc etc Are all poetic oxymorons used in songs or theatre.

So oxymorons are good in some cases.

Underground is a brand these days. Its known by few, and speculated by many.

The clipshift was talked about, and speculated upon for years with performances and tutorials on youtube of people who thought they knew what Chad was doing. But only by a specific group of magicians who appreciate the set genre that Chad's move falls into.

But thanks for the reply, spose you caught me out a bit :(
 
Sep 2, 2007
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first of all: No advritising
second of all: published would mean that it's being sold
thirdly: is an awesome word
lastly: instead of published you should say 'completed'
 
Sep 1, 2007
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Just out of interest, how can something be a 'much talked about underground control'? Isn't that a bit of an oxymoron? It's like saying 'this is a move that everyone's been waiting for for ages, but nobody's ever heard of it before.'

Mhmm... Just like Underground Epicenter. ;)

On topic though, this does seem intriguing a control with kudos from those guys :) How much are you initially thinking of selling it for?

- Sean
 
Wicked ! back on subject.

This 'Accapello' control has 3 variations.

one of them is a sandwich steal. So a way of getting a signed selection inbetween 2 sandwiching cards without touching the deck, and with no dupes. And with the chosen card never leaving the spectators sight.

the second variation is another sandwich move, but alot easier, same circumstances as above, but you are 1000 steps ahead of the spectator.

the third variant is a way of controlling a card from middle to bottom or top.

Those are just the three variations on the 'Accapello' card control.

There is alot of other controls and effects in the notes though dude.
 
Sep 2, 2007
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just to clear things up: I was not being harsh, just pointing it out so that if this topic gets locked you'll know why (I ahve yet to be notified about my signatutre so I doubt it will be a problem)
 
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