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On Jul 17, 2017, jason ladanye wrote:
Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1I6TlPjYIpE&t=1s Smile


example of not looking like spreading two cards.
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Well that's another. different, technique for the lay down of the invisible card, brilliantly executed.

Thanks for posting. Smile
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On Jul 17, 2017, jason ladanye wrote:
Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1I6TlPjYIpE&t=1s Smile


example of not looking like spreading two cards.


And looking like every other poorly justified, weakly structured routine out there.

The real problem with this plot is that hardly anyone thinks outside the box. Everyone works within the popular Jennings/Harris structures, which are themselves either flawed or limiting.

Someone who comes to mind who IS trying to break those chains is Tom Stone. His experiments are noble.

This plot is just ASKING to be bent and twisted and turned upside down. So let's get to it.
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On Jul 17, 2017, Rupert Pupkin wrote:
...Someone who comes to mind who IS trying to break those chains is Tom Stone. His experiments are noble.

There are other attempts aside from Tom Stone's. Many of them are not publicly available and, therefore, they go underground. If you are interested, Luis Olmedo recently uploaded his take to his YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXWmrnlS3P8
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This version by Kiko Pastur seems to break almost all the 'rules' mentioned above but is one of the more magical versions of the effect that I have seen, in particular the third ace is really nice and my highlight of the routine. Take a look https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b4rvhV-lxM
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On Jul 19, 2017, Arthurit wrote:
There are other attempts aside from Tom Stone's. Many of them are not publicly available and, therefore, they go underground. If you are interested, Luis Olmedo recently uploaded his take to his YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXWmrnlS3P8


Yeah, I wasn't saying Tom is the only one. He was just the first to come to mind. I'm aware of many unpublished handlings that I hope (and in a few instances, know) will come to light. This plot deserves better than it gets.

Thanks for that. I've heard of Luis but had not seen that routine. Some very cool ideas there.

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On Jul 19, 2017, ma91cm1ke wrote:
This version by Kiko Pastur seems to break almost all the 'rules' mentioned above but is one of the more magical versions of the effect that I have seen, in particular the third ace is really nice and my highlight of the routine. Take a look https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b4rvhV-lxM


Kiko's is indeed excellent. His other versions (not sure if published) are good, too.
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