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Al70
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See my posting " Mystery Packet."
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Tommy Wonder's version of Wild Card is actually my favorite packet trick, if the number of cards in play reduce to 8, does it count? LOL
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Larry West's "Eight Ball", while it uses five cards in the original version, Wiz Kid Qua-Fiki realized it could be expanded when he created a color version of it using his Go Fish theme for a trick called "Widdle Fithies" in his School Fish Chapter. Whether you perform it with different color billiard balls imprinted on the cards, or different color fish, or planets, or sports balls of all types, you can expand it to seven plus one more for a "grand finale" card with no trouble.
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I love an 8 card trick, not sure what its name is but you use 4 Kings and 4 Queens. Or 4 of a kind of any two cards. It is self working. Spectator has to choose a card in his mind. After a few steps, the cards get setup in a way that even if the spectator lies, the packet points to the correct card thought of(chosen). I find this trick really cool.
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Change Packet by Dunn Alei. Very visual 4 for 4 change.
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I second 8 card brain wave and there's a version called Odd Ball where all the cards can be examined right at the end.
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Intuition & Out of the Blue by John Guastaferro. It's in his book One Degree.
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A *Stunning* Gem! Mr. Aldo Colombini's "Exit." ( May He R.I.P.)

(Included in his 'Impromptu Packet Tricks' & his, along with Mr. Cameron Francis, 'Small Wonders'.)

Sorry if this clip is choppy? (It's the only one I could find)

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xk3alf_......ortfilms

Enjoy!
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On Jul 6, 2016, scott0819 wrote:
Favourite would have to be Paul Harris - Reset.


I absolutely concur with Reset, a go-to for me, and also adaptable to story telling. For a self-worker 8 card trick, I like Nick Trost's "Double Discovery" which is also known as "Kings and Aces". Lynn
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8 card brainwave is great. Hits the spec hard and layman don't catch any moves
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Jasper, Do you have a source for oddball, which you describe as being like eight-card brainwave but examinable at the end? I found lots of tricks called oddball, but none were card tricks. Thanks...
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On Oct 24, 2016, terrillific wrote:
Intuition & Out of the Blue by John Guastaferro. It's in his book One Degree.

I never got that far in the book but just checked this out last night and I really like this combination of effects. It's going into the practice que for sure.
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I like the king/aces transposition from Helder Guimaraes that can be found in his red mirror dvd.
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