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Yeah that website said they cater mostly to businesses who buy in bulk that is why the shipping is so expensive for one box. But I don't need 1,000 books which would be excessive for me and take up a lot of room. 100 at a time is plenty as I can use who whole book mostly each time down to two matches. Also I thought the Matchbooks Plain White 50 Pack by D.D. Bean & Sons are both white front and back? In pics that I seen they look "plain white" as stated. And yeah I know you get 52 different cards which is good as if you do it at restaurants and others happen to see it from another table, they may remember and wonder why it always the same card. Did you order from Theory11 or Penguin? I like to order from Penguin as they have the instructions usually always in video and download.
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I ordered it from Penguin. Some creators don't allow Penguin to offer the explanation videos on Penguins site. Theory 11 chose not to allow it. I followed the explanation link to Theory 11's site and watched (but did not download) the video there.

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On Jul 15, 2018, sirbrad wrote:
Yeah that website said they cater mostly to businesses who buy in bulk that is why the shipping is so expensive for one box. But I don't need 1,000 books which would be excessive for me and take up a lot of room. 100 at a time is plenty as I can use who whole book mostly each time down to two matches. Also I thought the Matchbooks Plain White 50 Pack by D.D. Bean & Sons are both white front and back? In pics that I seen they look "plain white" as stated. And yeah I know you get 52 different cards which is good as if you do it at restaurants and others happen to see it from another table, they may remember and wonder why it always the same card. Did you order from Theory11 or Penguin? I like to order from Penguin as they have the instructions usually always in video and download.
The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.
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Where is the instructional video? I do not see it in mypenguinmagic there is no "learn" button.
The great trouble with magicians is the fact that they believe when they have bought a certain trick or piece of apparatus, and know the method or procedure, that they are full-fledged mystifiers. -- Harry Houdini
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OK I see a password on the lid flap, but the streaming does not work with my older web browser that I use for my older PC. Any YouTube links? I hate this streaming garbage and this is the last thing that I buy that does not have a DVD. Penguin's videos work fine though. There should be a download link because I can download it then and view with my own VLC player.
The great trouble with magicians is the fact that they believe when they have bought a certain trick or piece of apparatus, and know the method or procedure, that they are full-fledged mystifiers. -- Harry Houdini
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What method is Dan using for the force? I'm not a big card guy and it looks Get Sharkey-ish to me but it appears to be bikes. Does anybody have a link to what he is using? Thanks in advance for any help.
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It is explained in the download. If you see how he forces the card to Jimmy Fallon, it is fairly obvious the force that is involved.

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What method is Dan using for the force? I'm not a big card guy and it looks Get Sharkey-ish to me but it appears to be bikes. Does anybody have a link to what he is using? Thanks in advance for any help.
The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.
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I have these gimmicks in my Weapons deck from Eric Ross !
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On Jun 29, 2018, john G wrote:
Is there a handling that does not require the first phase because I do not want to eat a lit match and fire would not work in my environments


I saw Joshua Jay doing a routine on TV for the hosts (can be found on youtube). He combines LIT with his Phantom Deck. His Idea to have the spectator choose a card and putting it away for later is awesome. His routine is super streamlined and for my taste so much better than eating a match. Hope this helps.
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