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Magicman0323
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Hundy500, WOW, and Branded are 3 of the most highly visual pieces of magic you can do, IMO.
You'll wonder when I'm coming, you'll wonder even more when I'm gone. - Max Malini
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Wow is simply incredible. It is POSSIBLE to hand the clear card to the spectator. It completely slays the laymen when presented properly. Other than that, I am partial to Twilight Angels; such a great effect.
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Coin Matrix, either with or without cards, chop cup, 3CM.
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Hmmm If I were you, I would close with Card on Ceiling, sold from Penguin Magic... I would do this just because everyone loves a card through window or a card on shoelace, and this is good because the card doesn't start on the ceiling.
Gary Kosnitzky
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Gary Kosnitzky's Cigarette Up The Nose. It's so good, I personally bought thousands of them.
Rediscover a lost art.

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On 2010-09-16 11:06, Gary Kosnitzky wrote:
Gary Kosnitzky's Cigarette Up The Nose. It's so good, I personally bought thousands of them.


LOL.
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Extreme Burn or Ultracinese for my vote.
Magic Alaskan
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Ultracinese and WOW...
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Scorpion - Outlaw Effects
Charming Chinese Challenge - Troy Hooser/Vanishing Magic Inc.
Mullica Wallet - any place
Jenning's The Visitor, card sandwich trick - learned from book, classic Jennings.
Fantasma's Buddha chop cup
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The Floating Sunglasses Is Awesome - nothing like walking out, taking your glasses off and floating right in front of people.
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Four normal, solid red billiard balls and one normal, solid white billiard ball. No gimmicks. 1 3/4". Produce one from empty hands (changeover palm), color change it to white, color change it back to red, endless production (Tommy Wonder/Levent), multiplication into four red balls (Cardini, Levent). You don't need a dropper, you can do it with just a coat. They can examine the balls afterward. I'd love to see someone *really* good do this with pool balls; I'm not at that level yet. I've found the 1 3/4" balls are a good size for keeping the angles easy.

Heavy, solid stuff appearing from nowhere seems to freak people out when you do it close-up. Carrying five real balls around is a bit of a drag on the coat, though.
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I, too, would put in my vote for Wow by Masuda. Lethal Tender is also a really nice effect, and it really floored me the first time I saw it. Foreign Affair by Gregory Wilson is fantastic, and I'm loving Awakening by Dan Harlan.
"I'm sorry - if you were right, I would agree with you." -Robin Williams, Awakenings
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Lethal Tender is a good effect.
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On 2010-11-22 09:54, Andrewzuber wrote:
...and I'm loving Awakening by Dan Harlan.


Where can this be purchased?
aaronharp88
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Google search it online; seems to work for me. lol
Andrew Zuber
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Trouser - just shoot Dan an email!
Danharlanmagic@yahoo.com
He's a great guy and will be happy to send one off to you.
"I'm sorry - if you were right, I would agree with you." -Robin Williams, Awakenings
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Is it a great effect?
Andrew Zuber
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It's quite nice, especially for people familiar with a traditional Professor's Nightmare routine.
Here's Dan doing it in a lecture:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRf0kgnN33A

(The clip, incidentally, is one I found using a Google search. Just saying Smile )
"I'm sorry - if you were right, I would agree with you." -Robin Williams, Awakenings
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That is very good; thanks for the site.

Posted: Nov 27, 2010 1:19pm
Google helps a lot. lol And that is a very good routine with this, as well.

Posted: Nov 27, 2010 1:22pm
I like how he kind of lets people know how Professor's Nightmare is done.
Andrew Zuber
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Some people aren't as crazy about that particular sequence. I personally don't use it in my presentation, but it doesn't really fit my patter anyway.
"I'm sorry - if you were right, I would agree with you." -Robin Williams, Awakenings
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