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Message: Posted by: KyleMacNeill (Feb 22, 2011 11:22AM)
Hey guys,

Here is my review of ICANDY by Lee Smith, Gary Jones, and RSVP magic. I purchased it at Blackpool, where Lee and Gary where demoing all the effects!

First of all, all the material is so commercial. There is a good variety of different effects, and also 3 bonus effects on a seperate Disck if you preordered. That's 18 workable tricks, including the 'was going to be a single trick' 'IPhone 10', for £20. INCREDIBLE value.

Some of my fave tricks:

Kick Back Kings - one of Lee's favourite routines. A chosen card, lost in the deck reappears between the Kings! Or does it?

This effect is SO commerical, SO simple, and so downright hard hitting! A great version of Luke Dancy's Royale with Cheese, especially as it is 100% gimickless and impromptu. 9/10

Kick Back Kicker - The selected card jumps from your pocket and back again. Youíll love the climax to this one, thatíll fry their brains!

This is such a great little optional phase after Kick Back Kings, or can be done as a standalone little trick. The selection jumps back and forth from pocket to packet, and then a great kicker ending. Does involve one hard to do move for some people. 8/10

T.N.T - A signed card is torn then restored VISUALLY! The spectator is left holding an impossible prediction!

SO visual, so commercial, and the thing that would leave you dirty, is used as a prediction, making everything clean and examinable. SO clever, and very streamlined.

9/10

IFone 10

This was going to be a FULL Dvd. Hence they include it as a single effect almost, with all the bits a single DVD would expect to have. Brilliant and funny! They even include templates!

10/10 (The value is amazing!)

Scoop
Watch! Your signature VISUALLY jumps to the spectators signed selection. Anniversary Waltz with a regular deck!


Again, another visual worker, such a great ending to Anniversarry Waltz. Has to be seen, it is SO visual!

9/10

No Sleep

One of the fastest transpositions youíll ever see.

Trick of the DVD. Fast, simple, amazing, in the spectator's hands. I love it, even if it is SO simple. Well done Gary!

10/10

6 Card Dunbury

A great take on Charlie Millers classic.

Nothing VERY new here, but very commerical, and a lovely emotional hook!

8/10

No Palms Coin thru table

If you want a self-working, super clean coins through table with no moves? Well here it is!

I am not a coin guy, but I can appreciate the simplicity and ICANDY of this effect!

Coin guys will LOVE This. 8/10

Pocket 2 Pocket 2 Pocket

Very tricky to pull off in some respects, but it looks amazing. SO much magic, and so beautiful.
Very entertaining indeed!

8/10

I could go on for hours about how good this DVD is.. because it really is!
Seriously, the material is commercial, fun to perform, and simply very visual and hard hitting.
The production value is GREAT (RSVP Magic) and it is so apparent that Gary and Lee use this material all the time.

9/10 - Great tricks, good value (£20!!!!!) and created by two of the nicest guys in the bussiness.


Best wishes,

Kyle MacNeill
Message: Posted by: matt.magicman (Feb 22, 2011 03:26PM)
I've just watched the performances quickly to check out the effects, everything you need to add to your current repertoires
at least 9 of the routines I'll be doing instantly, and will be working them at this weekends gigs and wedding fair
but it's also packed of great extra little tips and nuggets of info that will enhance any close up performers game
BUY IT NOW HERE DIRECT FROM LEE!!! : http://www.walkaboutmagic.com/magicians-only.php
I'll post a proper review at the weekend once I've had chance to watch the nearly all 3 hours!
top effort lee, gary & russ
hope your not still hungover from Sunday/Monday morning
;)
Message: Posted by: KyleMacNeill (Feb 23, 2011 05:36AM)
Yeah, everything is SO commercial!
Message: Posted by: Elliott Hodges (Feb 24, 2011 06:55PM)
Here are my thoughts


ICandy-Lee Smith and Gary Jones

Available from http://www.walkaboutmagic.com and http://www.rsvpmagic.com

Price: £19.99

Yesterday I was in London all day and got home at about 8.45 with aching legs and feeling absolutely shattered. All I wanted to do was eat dinner and go to bed.
However, when I got home I had the parcel I was expecting from RSVP magic. Tiredness was quickly forgotten as I simply HAD to watch Icandy.
Gary Jones and Lee Smith are both VERY busy workers with annoyingly creative minds. A release from both of them simply HAD to be watched straight away.
This is a collection of 15 routines taken from their working repertoires.
Here they are:


Kick Back Kings: This is a superb sandwich routine from Lee. It has an ending that will knock you sideways when you see it and will probably send your audiences into some kind of mind warp. Itís the sort of thing that normally uses dupe cards but with this youíre set to go with any deck at any time. My favourite routine from Lee on this project.

Kick Back Kicker-This is an optional follow up to Kick Back Kings. Itís a lovely little transposition between the selection and the sandwich cards. It can be done on its own or, as I said earlier, a follow up phase.

T.N.T- TNT stands for torn and transposed. This combines a prediction with a insanely visual torn and restored card. The plot is hard to describe but itís very easy and youíre good to go with any deck at any time.

Eyephone 10-This is Leeís much-discussed card routine which was released on itís own a few weeks ago. Theyíve included the WHOLE project on this DVD. This is great-it involves a signed card, a presentational hook that really makes sense in this day and age, some very funny moments, an unbelievable ending and most importantly-your contact details.
This also comes with ideas from Ravi Mayar and other great magicians.

Easy eyephone-This is Garyís take on Leeís effect. Itís just as powerful and even easier than Leeís original. I donít think one is better than the other necessarily but itís just a different take.

Scoop-If you like anniversary waltz but donít like having to keep buying double-facers to perform it then this might be for you. Itís very easy, is very visual, just uses one regular deck and makes sure the spectator remembers your name.

3C-This is a great 3 coin routine from Gary. Coins appear, disappear and re-appear in an unbelievable way. Great Stuff!

No Palm Coin Through Table-This is a superb routine from Gary. Four coins pass through the table with no sleights whatsoever. Think Slydini without palming.
Ring to Purse-This was on the demo for the DVD. I watched it a good few times and by about the 6th time I finally had an idea how a TINY aspect of this worked. I was SO wrong.
A finger ring is borrowed and held in your fist. A purse is displayed with some coins inside. All of a sudden, your fist is unclenched to show three coins and the purse stops rattling.
Brilliant effect and a method which can be applied to lots and lots of different effects. I canít wait to start working on this one.

No Sleep-Gary has put work out on this incredible transposition before and Iíve been doing it everywhere lately. Five cards are displayed. One is put into the spectators hand. The other four cards are shown to be the kings. The four kings in your hand instantly change places with the one card in thereís.
It simply defies belief for laypeople. I actually canít stop doing it to people.

Vanishing point- I confess to giggling like a five year old when I watched this for the first time. I was fooled BADLY. If youíve forgotten how it feels to be a muggle then I suggest you watch this first.
An incredible sandwich routine and Iím itching to have a go at this.

6 Card Dunbury- This is Garyís take on Charlie Millerís Dunbury Delusion.
Itís a nice plot and Gary has put in a great emotional hook-namely a chance for the spectator to win some money.

One short of a full deck- quite simply brilliant. A brainwave deck with any pack and with no rough and smooth. The second phase takes a classic effect and puts it into a logical context.

Pocket to pocket to pocket-Garyís signed card to pocket which is just impossible to follow and just leaves your head spinning.

Triple choice-Leeís card effect for a slightly larger table. Think tossed out deck meets card to wallet meets multiple selection culminating in a fabulous card routine.

Both Gary and Lee have released lots of stuff before. All their material on their previous releases have been first class, workable and stunning.
Having watched this DVD Iím left asking one question-

How many A-list sets of material have you both got?

Recommended un-reservedly.
Message: Posted by: gjmagic (Feb 25, 2011 04:13AM)
Thank you Elliott for taking the time to review iCandy. I just love doing No Sleep, quick and straight to the point no nonsense magic!!

Lee's Eyefone 10 is a superb way of promoting yourself or a product/company.

I'm really glad you like the DVD.

Regards,

Gary Jones.
Message: Posted by: Lee Smith (Feb 25, 2011 06:26AM)
Just to echo what Gary has said,

We are so pleased everyone is enjoying the DVD, and massive thanks you to everyone who has taken the time to put up your thoughts.

Many thanks,

Lee.
Message: Posted by: Elliott Hodges (Feb 25, 2011 07:12AM)
A pleasure Gary. was the least I could do.

Lee-ta for your text mate.
Message: Posted by: carlwag (Feb 25, 2011 02:21PM)
I have only watched up to eyefone 10 so far as I only got this today, but every effect so far I would use and is great.Eyephone 10 is worth the price of the dvd on its own.
Sometimes on dvd's you may get a couple of usable effects but if icandy carries on as good as the first handfull of effects all 15 I will be performing.

Thanks Lee and Gary
Message: Posted by: puggo (Feb 25, 2011 04:14PM)
Another duplicate review from 'Latest & Greatest'

Live performances, multiple worker effects, Lee & Gary? Enough said.
Actually, no.
I won't be using the excellent Eyefone 10 (probably because everyone else will be!), but instead will be trying out 'No sleep', 'Kickback Kings & KB Killer', 'Ring to purse' and 'One short of a full deck'. Ah... and of course I have been loving Pocket2Pocket2Pocket since.. well Pocket to Pocket from the Workers Corner DVD in 2009.

If I only continue to use 2 out of these 6 effects long term, this disc represents serious value (I have been using Pocket to Pocket for 2 years now, so that's one already).

Lee and Gary are, in my brief personal experience, gentlemen of the art.

Seriously good stuff that actually works in the real world. Another excellent job by RSVP.

Sorry to be boringly sycophantic, but this is an excellent release for both the hobbyist and worker.

Charlie
Message: Posted by: Elliott Hodges (Feb 25, 2011 06:31PM)
I watched the bonus disc while talking to someone at first and didn't really pay much attention.
Just watched it again and picked up on the fact that I got a mention!!
it made me sit up cuz I didn't realise before.

Gary-very very kind of you to give me a nod sir!
Thanks a lot.
I feel honoured.
Message: Posted by: gjmagic (Feb 26, 2011 03:40AM)
[quote]
On 2011-02-25 19:31, Elliott Hodges wrote:
I watched the bonus disc while talking to someone at first and didn't really pay much attention.
Just watched it again and picked up on the fact that I got a mention!!
it made me sit up cuz I didn't realise before.

Gary-very very kind of you to give me a nod sir!
Thanks a lot.
I feel honoured.
[/quote]

Hi Elliott,

Credit where credit is due, we tried very hard to make sure the crediting was done. It was your improvement/alternate handling of my Top Con Control which you kindly shared with me last year, this is how I always do it now, thank you. When we eventually meet up I will show you how I took your idea and extended it to control one selection to the top, at the same time a second selection is automatically sent to the bottom!!

Once again 'Thank You'

Gary Jones.
Message: Posted by: KyleMacNeill (Feb 26, 2011 04:08AM)
Seriously, so many specs have been fried with Kickback Kicker. SO fun to perform with Kickback Kings.
And No sleep... they are just blown away!

I hope this DVD gets ALL the recognition it deserves, it is SO good value!
18 commercial effects for £20.
People need to take a leaf out of ICandy's value, so many one trick DVDs are sold for £20+!

Kyle
Message: Posted by: Elliott Hodges (Feb 26, 2011 05:49AM)
[quote]
On 2011-02-26 04:40, gjmagic wrote:
[quote]
On 2011-02-25 19:31, Elliott Hodges wrote:
I watched the bonus disc while talking to someone at first and didn't really pay much attention.
Just watched it again and picked up on the fact that I got a mention!!
it made me sit up cuz I didn't realise before.

Gary-very very kind of you to give me a nod sir!
Thanks a lot.
I feel honoured.
[/quote]

Hi Elliott,

Credit where credit is due, we tried very hard to make sure the crediting was done. It was your improvement/alternate handling of my Top Con Control which you kindly shared with me last year, this is how I always do it now, thank you. When we eventually meet up I will show you how I took your idea and extended it to control one selection to the top, at the same time a second selection is automatically sent to the bottom!!

Once again 'Thank You'

Gary Jones.
[/quote]

I look forward to it. We need to sort something out soon.
Message: Posted by: matt.magicman (Feb 27, 2011 05:23PM)
I watched this from start to finish tonight
Although I don't have time for an in depth review right now, there a few points I'd like to make:
Firstly it is all pure worker material!
By that I mean most of the effects are: minimum/no reset, FASDIU, examinable, no gaffs and very commercial !!!
Ok, you have bought this DVD, so please watch every chapter, every minute.
You may see an effect that might not quiet work for you? But don't flick through it, nor the explanations!
GUARANTEED there will be dome snippets of information that you will overlookat your peril.
There is so much on the DVD
1 I don't know which to work first!!
2 what the he'll do these lads have for us next?!?!?!
My favourite moment on the disc though, had to be:
When Gary shakes the fella's hand after the easy coins through table.
I'm sure he was smiling inside when he did it, and god. It made me smile!!
PURE QUALITY !
Message: Posted by: Lee Smith (Feb 28, 2011 03:37AM)
Again guys,

Thank you so so much. We put a lot into this release and we are so pleased that everyone is enjoying it so much.

Some of these routines we have been doing for a long time so it's great to think that many people we get the same reactions and use from them as we do.

Thanks again for picking up the DVD and all the kind words.

Lee.
Message: Posted by: Lee Smith (Mar 5, 2011 04:23AM)
Here is a video review by Guy Portlock from DTCMTV
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2afttW9xQs

Please check it out

And thank you all again,

Lee.
Message: Posted by: Daren (Mar 7, 2011 07:16AM)
Seriously one of the best dvd's out there, get this!!!!
Message: Posted by: Xcath1 (Mar 7, 2011 08:47AM)
Some nice effects and good value for the money. Almost any worker would find several things to use from this DVD. For once I really believe they had no more room on the DVD to cram in anymore and the bonus DVD is actually a little bonus. Of note, Lee appears to be left handed and this effects the handling of some of the tricks if you are right handed. Specifically you will be using a non - index corner in in the T & R trick and one of the peaks on the bonus DVD assumes a right handed dealers grip.
Message: Posted by: Lee Smith (Mar 7, 2011 10:18AM)
[quote]
On 2011-03-07 09:47, Xcath1 wrote:
Some nice effects and good value for the money. Almost any worker would find several things to use from this DVD. For once I really believe they had no more room on the DVD to cram in anymore and the bonus DVD is actually a little bonus. Of note, Lee appears to be left handed and this effects the handling of some of the tricks if you are right handed. Specifically you will be using a non - index corner in in the T & R trick and one of the peaks on the bonus DVD assumes a right handed dealers grip.
[/quote]

Thank you very much, it would of been amazing if we managed to fit the last couple of routines on, and if we could have then we would have.

Its funny as me and Gary are both left handed so it was interesting during the explanations.

With the T,N,T effect you will find it makes no difference on the tear. I don't even think about it anymore there is enough time misdirection and it passes with no question.

Many thanks again and really pleased everyone is enjoying iCandy so much.

Lee.
Message: Posted by: Russell Davidson (Mar 22, 2011 06:58AM)
I can only repeat what has been said above.

This DVD is stuffed full of practical magic. If you watch this & don't find anything you'd use right away I'd be very suprised.

For me, Gary's coin routines took first prize. The cheeky MO behind his coins through table is so slick it could be a magician fooler IMO. 3C is as equally as nice. I was doing Roth's coins across but 3C is now my go to coin effect. Lovely work.

The card tricks are of equal quality. Kickback Kings & No Sleep both make excellent openers.

A must have DVD for workers, beginners & hobbyists alike.
Message: Posted by: Nicolino (Mar 23, 2011 04:03PM)
Skill level?
Message: Posted by: John Carey (Mar 23, 2011 06:35PM)
Intermediate.
Message: Posted by: Lee Smith (Mar 24, 2011 05:46PM)
I would say some are very easy (most) if you have basic skills. Others go up to Intermediate.

Most are very easy and one is even self working.

Hope this helps.


And thanks you again everyone. Its great to hear peoples thoughts.

Lee.
Message: Posted by: Lee Smith (Apr 3, 2011 07:42AM)
Just to let everyone know My iFone 10 from the DVD was performed on British TV on Tuesday by Paul Zenon, just check out the program on Channel 4's iPlayer, it's on around the 12 minute mark. Paul added some real nice touches to the routine including a very funny 'hands free' touch!!

Lee.
Message: Posted by: Andi Peters (Apr 3, 2011 10:42AM)
Hi Lee

The DVD is brilliant. My best value purchase at the Blackpool convention this year.

Here's the url so you can all see Paul performing the trick.

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/countdown/4od#3174584

Andi
Message: Posted by: gjmagic (Apr 30, 2011 02:53AM)
Thanks Andi, Paul Zenon had some great touches when he performed iFone 10 on the TV!

To answer a couple of PMs

If anyone uses Vanishing Point but like me very rarely carries a card-box when performing at gigs, why not use the spectator's glass, this is how I do it. This brilliant idea came from Mark Southworth.

James Brown and Lee Smith (who both use a card-box) perform the routine in the spectator's hands by asking them to hold their hands flat, the box is now placed onto their hands.

Thank you Mark and James for your great ideas.

Gary Jones.
Message: Posted by: russ stevens (Apr 30, 2011 06:50AM)
Hello Everyone,

Thanks to all the people that have bought this DVD already. For your interest, Murphys will finally have this in stock during the next day or so.

By the way, Paul Zennon performed his version of iFone 10 at the NEC in front of an audience of 10,000 people a night recently!

Best,
Russ
Message: Posted by: Darrin Cook (Jul 2, 2011 11:18AM)
I just received iCandy yesterday, and having run through it a couple of times, it's a solid product that deservedly earned the Worker of the Week award from the Wizard Product Review.

First of all, this is worker material. I have been burned so many times that by now I avoid anybody who is a FISM winner, because I know the magic isn't practical. Every effect on here is designed for the guy working in real-world environments.

Something that struck me while watching this is the collaborative nature of the project. Usually the second magician sitting in on the explanation segment is just looking on, seeing the effect for the first time. The second magician is only added to avoid the awkwardness of a magician alone in the studio talking to no one, but in practical effect he might as well be a parrot or a potted plant. Here, though, the second magician often does the same effect in his strolling performances, so the viewer gets informed input, added tips, handling variations, and subtleties. John Carey contributes an effect and is mentioned several times. I get the impression of a group of high-caliber magicians collaborating and elevating the quality of their magic, as is evident on the DVD. It would be great if all magic products were hammered out by a group of top pros, rather the creation of a lone magician in the basement.

On to the effects.
Scoop: An impromptu Anniversary Waltz, without the gaff. Routines I've seen often have two specs sign the card, but the handling is so convoluted and the revelation is so immediate that the effect is "He rigged it so we both signed the same card" instead of "He fused our two cards together." There is a lot of magic happening here in this routine, culminating in a visible transfer of the signature from one card to another. The routine also adds the magician's name, and tips are given for performing at weddings.
Real commercial magic from two professional magicians constantly working to improve the effect. Great stuff.

Ring to Purse: I got the DVD for this, and it's even better than I thought. Imagine making a rattle purse for next to no cost. This could be the "Ring Flite" climax of a finger ring and string routine. It would also make a great segue to a coin routine. An audible routine like this isn't seen very often, but it's very powerful. I've already ordered my coin purse to do this effect.

No Sleep, Kickback Kings, Kickback Kicker: These three routines are similar in that they are fast and extremely visual. When I worked for tips, this is exactly the sort of material needed, very fast and hard-hitting. No gimmicks, no setup. These effects would be great for those times when the restaurant is swamped, and you're going from table to table as quickly as possible.

TN'T: This is a combination of mystery card and torn-and-restored plots. There is a lot of magic happening, and it's a fooler.

Eyephone 10: As mentioned on the Wizard Product Review, this was originally intended to be a stand-alone one trick DVD, as can be seen by the trailer in the middle of the DVD. This effect just screams commercial and fun. Lee Smith says he's not a comedy magician, but with the comedy potential of this effect, it allows him to expand in that direction. I think anyone with a pulse ought to be able to get laughs out of this.
I disagree with Lee's handling --to me, the strength of the effect is that the "phone" is in view the whole time. Gary Jones' handlings of the effect are preferable in my view. I still like the Aronson handling of Sideswiped, which uses a cross cut force and a single wild card "move," if it can even be called that.
Templates are included, with room for you to include your contact info. Lee explains how you can make the gaff with a hand-drawn phone.
This is a great routine that is memorable, visible (I could see this working on the platform), and capable of being adapted to the performer's own tastes and abilities. Kudos to Lee.

3c: I must admit that I am weary of all of the very similar two coins and a gimmick routines out there, in which the coins are produced, then vanished (but you never see the hands empty) and then reproduced, all for no apparent reason. To his credit, Gary is able to take this plot and make it shine. He opens with fire and gives a valuable tip for creating an impromptu "platform" for the trick, which is something you'll use even if you never perform this trick.
What is also commendable here is that all three coins are examined by the audience. I think this is critical when using gaffs like these. He produces coins from the two spectators' ears, and the routine climaxes with a very magical moment.
This is wonderful coin magic that involves the audience, something that all of the finger-flingers and move monkeys should take note of.

Vanishing Point: Credited to John Carey. Powerful effect, where the sandwich cards vanish ( and when I say "vanish" I'm talking knock your socks off vanish) and find the selection. Practical (FASDIU) and hard-hitting. Gary's version is also a keeper.

1 Short of a Full Deck: An sort of gaffless Brainwave effect. At one point Gary says, "I used to do a turnover pass --I thought, 'I don't need it.'" Words of wisdom. It's also interesting to see how he motivates the placement of the gaff next to the selection. More practical magic with a commercial hook.

3some: Not for me. I could see this routine playing better in a parlor setting. Unlike Lee's other material, it takes a while before there's a magical payoff.

6 Card Dunbury: Not really my effect, either, but Gary has some powerful hooks to engage the audience. In my philosophy of the game premise, the spectator always wins. Performers who win should keep in mind that it is easy to come across as a jerk. Gary is a good example of how to win in a challenge effect and comes across as likable.

Pocket to Pocket to Pocket: What a powerhouse ambitious card routine! It is highly visual and jam-packed with magic. In the performance you see Gary wow a real-world audience seated at a large table with this routine.

No Moves Coins Thru: Drop dead easy coins through table, which can also be done in the spec's hands. Although this isn't a beginner's DVD, a rookie without any gaffed coins and still trying to learn a finger palm could get the DVD and perform this routine. It's simple, but I think it looks as good as many of the highly gaffed, complicated coins-through-table routines out there.
I think the beginner and aspiring strolling magician could work through the effects on this DVD, learn them, and have a practical, solid repertoire just using the routines on this video.

This DVD really delivers a lot of value for the buck. It's refreshing to see a single DVD product that could have been a two or three DVD set. I feel like I've got plenty of usable material that will keep me busy for a while. I will definitely be performing routines from iCandy.

Highly recommended.
Message: Posted by: Tommytallica (Jul 2, 2011 02:56PM)
Awesome dvd.
Highly recommended!
Message: Posted by: gjmagic (Jul 3, 2011 03:10AM)
Darrin Cook......Thank you very kindly for your thorough and honest review, very kind of you indeed. As mentioned before, iFone 10 was going to be a DVD on its own but we thought we would give the buyer real value for money.

Lee, myself and Russ are extremely grateful you took the time to write your review and post it here on the Cafť, I've done a few reviews myself and I know just how time consuming they can be to write up.

Also a big 'Thank You' to Tommytallica for your kind remark.

Kind regards,

Gary Jones.
Message: Posted by: Lee Smith (Jul 4, 2011 02:37AM)
Thank you Darrin,

What a great honest review. So pleased you enjoyed the project and thank you for taking the time to review icandy in so much detail.

Lee.
Message: Posted by: whiteoakcanyon (Jul 7, 2011 05:21AM)
The quality of the effects and teaching is great. I love the idea of pairing two magicians together because you have the opportunity to benefit from the work of two very different styles of magic. It would be great if this DVD could set a new standard for what true value of a magic DVD should be. It is filled with great, practical material. This is a tremendous assortment of magic which can be used in real world performances. A nice mix of effects which offers something for all skill sets. FANTASTIC! I hope you are at Magic Live so I can thank you in person.
Message: Posted by: si.says (Jul 7, 2011 06:46PM)
I've just got the DVD today and very much enjoyed it. 3c and iPhone 10 are 2 of my favourites ilk be doing very soon.
By the way, on the back of the DVD cover it lists a trick called "1 coin routine" but I can't find it anywhere on the DVD

Can someone please help. Am I being stupid or does that trick not appear on the actual DVD?
Message: Posted by: Blindside785 (Jul 8, 2011 05:56AM)
I believe that's on the bonus DVD with the pre orders
Message: Posted by: jugglestruck (Aug 4, 2011 10:46AM)
If you ask Russ nicely he might just give you one......
Message: Posted by: Hugokhf (Aug 12, 2011 05:34AM)
I really love this DVD.
the price per trick in this DVD is as much as in a book!!
and of course, all of them are exetremely practical.

I am already using a few of those, including the kickback kings, 3some, and scoop.
really really great explanation, really like the part where they tell you what to do if you don't have a wallet!

this DVD deinately worth more attention

ps haven't tried the ifone yet