It was well exectued, but the presentation bored me a bit, to be honest.
The monotonic voice just didnt get me into the effect, and I realize its hard to establish a connection over the computer, but next time act a little more....excited, if you will....when you perform this again.
Just words of advice, take it or leave it.
Big fan of Hofzinser's material, I like the replacement of the twisting phase, putting a vanish instead. I bet this is where Racherbaumer comes in
I'll try to guess the Reynold's touch too. You can smell his style at the beginning, very ... Marlo-ish
Thats being said, I didn't like it much because I think its mixing too powerful phases together. I love Point of Departure/Biddle trick stuff, always knocks people over. You vanish a card, very strong, then show it in the deck, you go into a transpo, a very strong phase, which I think is a not good follow up because they want to see the card badly beforehand (because of the 1st phase ).
You could walk around it with presentation though, something like showing 2 totally different concepts in ancient magic literature, first a teleportation, then a transposition.
The irony? Jon Racherbaumer uses similar lines in an ace assembly ( Olram Aces ), so you got yet another Jon Racherbaumer contribution!
P.S Noticed you got a Bro.Hamman trick in your channel, check his Flight of Four in his book written by Kaufman. Great version of point of departure if you take the time to set it up.
Neither, but I'm a Marlo freak and I like reading Reynold's articles in different magazines, so its natural for me to know quite a bit about them. I've read ( and still reading ) alot of their articles in the past.Are you from New Orleans or Phily? Or did you meet them at a convention?