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Topic: Hyper ESP Cards
Message: Posted by: aligator (Dec 26, 2018 05:08PM)
I haven't see anything on this forum about them but there have been good words elsewhere, rating them highly. Does anyone have them? If so, could you post your thoughts?
Message: Posted by: J M Talbot (Dec 26, 2018 06:41PM)
I have them and they are very good. One of the coolest and easiest to read from a distance marking systems I have seen.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Dec 26, 2018 08:22PM)
Thanks....am thinking of including them in an order next week.
Message: Posted by: khuzhai (Dec 31, 2018 04:08AM)
I have them and they are very very good! Comes with additional gimmicked cards as well (double face and double back) which can be used for more routines.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Jan 1, 2019 09:57AM)
Thank you Khuzhai. I included these in an order yesterday. I hope there are english instructions although for basic routines that should not be necessary.
Message: Posted by: Nicolino (Jan 1, 2019 02:58PM)
My recommendation is to get them while they last, you won't regret it. Great product, great price.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Jan 1, 2019 03:57PM)
Good advice. I refrained from posting some of the great comments I have heard about them until I ordered, fearing that they might well not last.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Jan 3, 2019 05:28PM)
Can't wait to get these. Post is so slow here. Sold ESP cards 3 years ago but these seem too good to pass up.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Jan 30, 2019 04:02PM)
These cards are incredible and are different from most sets of ESP cards in that they are easy to read from a distance of say about 6 feet. This allows for demonstrations that are different from most other sets of ESP cards. However, they are not good for close up. The spec will not be able to read the backs close up and neither will you. Set comes with a black envelope for x ray vision and several gaffed cards for other effects. There is a link to an online file for English instructions. These are highly recommended as long as they are not intended for close up use.
Message: Posted by: bole (Dec 18, 2019 05:56AM)
Hmm, I found those undeservedly in my drawer and wanted to pick them up again but seem to have misplaced the japanese instructions with the english donwload code and URL. Could someone PM those to me?

Thanks in advance, bole
Message: Posted by: Robert P. (Dec 19, 2019 06:38PM)
[quote]On Dec 18, 2019, bole wrote:
Hmm, I found those undeservedly in my drawer and wanted to pick them up again but seem to have misplaced the japanese instructions with the english donwload code and URL. Could someone PM those to me?

Thanks in advance, bole [/quote]

Sent a PM your way.
Message: Posted by: bole (Dec 20, 2019 03:55AM)
Got it. Thank you very much and have a merry christmas.
Message: Posted by: Nicolino (Dec 23, 2019 05:22AM)
Merry xmas to you, too
Message: Posted by: Gerry of Montreal (Dec 27, 2019 06:12AM)
[quote]On Jan 30, 2019, aligator wrote:
These are highly recommended as long as they are not intended for close up use. [/quote]

I use them close-up all the time, and never been caught ! This is one of the cleverest system from Tenyo (although so many :) )
Message: Posted by: Deckstacker (Jan 14, 2020 06:05AM)
I love these cards so much that I always keep a couple of sets "in reserve" in case an undesired dog-ear or other damage should occur. I do a slightly modified version of Jan Forster's basic method with the spec usually seated while I stand, constantly moving nearer (to move a card) or backing away for whatever dramatic purpose seems appropriate. I personally have trained myself to read the backs quite close up and believe that most will find it is not really the distance that allows for easy reading so much as the obliqueness of the viewing angle.
Message: Posted by: Nicolino (Jan 17, 2020 05:29AM)
Right, ESPissimo really lends itself to these cards perfectly.