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Grasshop34
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What are some good effects you can keep in your wallet?
Powerball60 is a good one
bowers
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I like dollar to credit card.
and two one dollar bills to two a dollar bill.
Zombie Magic
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George Hempel's Beswitched is a good one to carry.
Gerry Hennessey
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Any of Paul Carnazzos cards . Mentalvoyage.com is a great place to start.
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auriuspd
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The Wonderland Dollar bill.
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Angelo Carbone - "Out Of Order"
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My business card.

Really. Smile
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John Bannon's Mega wave. I use zig glue to glue my business card to the blank face card, then give it out as the final kicker.
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Himber Wallet itself.
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Rus ANDREWS
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Heirloom redux by mark Elsdon.

Great little effect.

R
mindmagic
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On 2012-02-15 05:41, Rus ANDREWS wrote:
Heirloom redux by mark Elsdon.

Great little effect.

R


Agreed. I prefer the original Kolossal Killer but it doesn't fit in my SAW.

Barry
David Klass
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5 to 1 transpo
misterillusion
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Mismade bill

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mike storz
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I hqve the following in my wallet:

Extreme burn 2.0
Mismade bill
SSK by Max Kraus
Heirloom

I have the showgun wallet by outlaw so all fits perfectly.

Mike Smile
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Stratosphere. But you need a really large wallet.
Now appearing nightly in my basement.
Lar
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I have Banachek's This 'n That from Psi Series 1. Very simple and straightforward but they pack a punch.

Eight cards in my wallet. Made then up on my computer.

I have four cards each with a well known Ladies designer brand and logo on them, I use Coach, Victoria's Secret, Chanel & Prada.
I have another four cards this time with well know car brands and logos on them, I use Ford, Jaguar, Mercedes & Ferrari.

I do This 'n That with the designer brands cards for the Ladies or I use the car logo cards for the Gents.

After This 'n That I use the very same cards to do a slightly modified version of Lorayne's Buck again on Psi-Series 1.

If I have any spare cards on me and I am feeling uncharacteristically generous I give the originally chosen card to the spectator as a souvenir.

Regards,

Laurence.
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On 2012-02-14 22:24, Gerry Hennessey wrote:
Any of Paul Carnazzos cards . Mentalvoyage.com is a great place to start.


Gerry,

Thanks for the mention!

There are quite a few "wallet items" that can be found here:

http://www.mentalvoyage.com/index_files/products.htm

Thanks again!

Paul
remember....always use your powers for good!

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Peter Stobie
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The Great Escape Coin Fold found in Paul Zenon's book! But instead of plain white paper I copied a Houdini image onto it to develop my patter.

Pete Smile
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Extreme burn, Kartis visible bill change.
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A beat up old playing card from deck with an odd back design.
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