Ultimate "King" Assembly ...

Sep 1, 2007
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I like the "guess where the card is" element - a bit of audience interaction in a trick where traditionally there is very little. Thought there was FAR too much fiddling with the deck when doing the initial switch - the riffle force is not necessary and the switch out could have been done much more directly. The excessive counting, showing, back to the deck etc. invites suspicion where none would exist otherwise.

Ricky Jay: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNUepjt6QmI

Cheers,
David.
 
Nov 15, 2007
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I agree with Shodan, the first placement doesn't need to be over done. A simple addition or switch technique can do the trick.

The handling was smooth, would have liked to hear the presentation rather than the music, especially since you were actually interacting with your audience (not just a piece shown to the camera).

Overall it was really well done, placing indifferent cards on the king could be cleaned up but it really was a good performance.
 
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