In your opinion

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Raihan, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. Hello i'm just wondering , in your opinion , which trick do you think is very easy BUT AT THE SAME TIME powerful .
    Thanks .
     
  2. You can have one, but not both.
     
  3. I don't think that's right ... for me the Invisible Deck is very easy and yet with the right presentation, very powerful
     
  4. Easy for who? Something thats easy for someone who's been doing magic for 15 years could be something extremely difficult for someone who's been doing magic for a month.
     
  5. A simple card force and then 'reading minds' act can be very powerful with good presentation, and that's almost as easy as it gets!
     
  6. Some versions of Chicago Opener are both simple and amazing.
     
  7. brain game with blowing bubbles

    a true reputation maker
     
  8. In my opinion, the lazy ambitious person card trick is the most easiest and powerful.
     
  9. Any self working card trick with good presentation. The good presentation is the key.
     
  10. C'mon, you know better than that.

    As to the question itself, IT'S NOT THE BLOOD TRICK OR METHOD, IT'S HOW WELL YOU, THE PERFORMER, DELIVERS IT.

    I know guys that couldn't make a Flash Vanish Bird Cage work properly to save their lives and yet, it has been a signature for two generations of Blackstone and one of the best remembered bits done by the late Billy McComb. It's all in how the performer draws the audience into the presentation and effect NOTHING ELSE!.

    Here's one for you. . . every year in late September we have 1001 guys clamoring about creating a Seance show and making a shopping list of this and that strange or "scary" routine and yet, those of us that do seance shows regularly know that all you need is a dark room, a foundation storyline and the imagination of your guests. Absolutely nothing needs to actually happen and yet, your guests will swear all kinds of things happened. . . that is, if you set them up properly This is the rule behind all Magic, Storytelling and Theater.
     

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