Where can I learn a spread?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mikeoo92, Mar 25, 2009.

  1. I see everyone doing these awesome looking spreads with cards, were the cards flow from your right hand into the left, letting the spectators pick a card.
    I seen dan and dave do it.
    Its also in this video
    I really like it, and I cant figure it out. Were could I learn this?

  2. I don't get what you mean. Do you mean the spring? The ribbon spread? or the one hand fan?
  3. A ribbon spread?.....

    Go out, do yourself a favor, and buy Royal Road To Card Magic.
  4. I think it is a ribon spread, I mean, I can spring the cards, and do all that, but I just have not ever seen that spread until now.
    So it is in Royal Road to Card Magic ?
  5. I think hes talking about a Le Paul spread...
  6. If that's what you mean then yes. You can always go here. Then again that's not really my choice.

    EDIT: A Le Paul spread would make more sense.
  7. One thing to note. The le paul spread is not in RR. You should own that book anyway though.
  8. I have heard and been knowledgeable on the book before, I just have not picked it up.
    I live 4 hours away from a magic shop, and I went there, and they dint have it, I dint want to order it online.
    But I guess I could.
    Thanks for everyones help, I appreciate it.
  9. You can find the S-shaped Lepaul Spread in the DVD titled Everything Else from the Trilogy by Dan and Dave Buck.
  10. You can learn the Lepaul Spread in the Trilogy.
  11. It's also in Card Magic of Lepaul. Highly recommended.
  12. The trilogy-and everything else?
    That is located in the Andthensome right?
  13. Everythingelse is part 3 of the trilogy. Andthensome was added on later.
  14. pretty sure OZ also teaches it in born to perform.

    i think of all the xcm i do, a beautiful le paul spread really gets a wow out of the spectator. Learn it, and make it sexy.
  15. Ah yes, the infamous Lepaul Spread. What a great flourish :p.

    Just want to let you know that most people need to practice this forever and a half to even be able to do it. Took me about 4 months before I could even do a regular U lepaul spread, and I'm still not satisfied with my S lepaul now (after 6 months). Although it's fairly even, it's not that reliable...

    Have fun practicing.

  16. Yeah, from a tut on youtube
    (I cant believe I reverted to youtube, just I really wanted to learn it)
    Mine is no were near able to show anyone, it is hard.

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