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Roki
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I don't know Peter but his site and his tricks are the best around . These remarks are not about Peter:
If I were a dealer Id like to know what my customers are thinking after all its only the few who bother to comment. I think dealers underestimate the importance of how straightforward they come across. People are very quick to feel suspicious or mistrustful when spending their hard earned money . How much more so when you know the dealer is both skilled and practised in the art of deception . I hope I do get to know some of the better guys around then I can start really getting the stuff I want just by giving them a ring and asking them what I want . Meantime I have to wade through all these sites trying to read between the lines .
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Can anyone give an update on the status of this trick
Thanks
Paul
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Hi Paul,

We are hoping to send out all pre-orders on Monday 18/4/05. We did have a problem with the packaging but that has been sorted out now. Luke also added a couple of nice touches to the routine all of which are now included in the instructions.

Best Regards

Peter Nardi (Mind Spy)
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This is good news
Magicman862
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Thanks for the update
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I just looked through an issue of Magic from 1995. There was an ad from Billy Tarr's for BT Two. I dunno this gimmick from before, but it sounds great.
Does anyone know where I can get it? The add said it had to be purchased directly from Billy himself.

Thanx,
Stig
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I'm confused, what are Bill Tarr's BT's?
It's amazing, people will criticize you for "biting the hand that feeds you," while they're busy praising the hand that beats them.

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Paul Hughes
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Bill's BT gimmick is a clever device for getting "two of something when you only appear to write one". Very clever and explained in his seminal book "Now you see it now you don't"

As mentioned previously its nothing to do with the method of Room 101 (which is also very clever, very bold, and very different)
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Peter Nardi is a dealer with extremely high integrity and a great range of quality stock at Alakazam.

And Luke is one of the most original and creative performers around.

Let us not indulge in sludge here.

Cheers,
Al
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