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Gracy_hm
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Nappa I think I can help:) I will PM you
Pablo Tejero
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Definetely... buy the effect!

It´s great. Andrew´s mind is incredible. Bisection is great, very great.

It could be done totally surronded with no problem. It is very clean. And it have to be done fast, but i think it is not totally necesary. You could do it normal with no problem.

Just a grand ilusion, cheap and totally killer.

Real great effect.

All the best magic,

Pablo Tejero Smile
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This sounds like a great illusion. I'm thinking about buying it, but was wondering the distance the audience can be when performing. How close can they stand? And when using the trenchcoat, what are the angles? Thanks
Pablo Tejero
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Using the trenchcoat, the people must be in front of the magician. Using a hulla-hop curtain, the magician could be completely surronded. And about the distance, well it could be done real closer, but i think this is not maybe a main question, because you should know when you perform it, how far or close you must do the effect.

And of course is a great illusion among a grand illusion Smile Seriously, i think is very very very good effect. Get it now!

All the best magic,

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jr_illusion
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thanks for the info. i'm trying to buy it, but i am having trouble with paypal. hopefully i can order it soon so i will get it sooner.
Hilmar
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Could anybody give a short review of his book which includes 100 illusions? Is it worth buying?
Gracy_hm
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Well,
The book you speak of is "Illusion Book" and yes it is very good! The one thing to know before this purchase is this...It has no exact measurements just concepts. It has great effects and really is great if you want to learn more about Stage Illusion...It has helped me become more creative and desighn many illusions of my own and I really suggest a buy if this is your intrest it is mine and I Honestly look in it usualy once or twice a week and I have had it for over 6 months.

Take care,
Kyle
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yeah I have been looking at that illusion book but I don't know what is all in it
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I recently purchased Bisection as well. Though I have not actually built and performed the illusion yet, I look forward to doing so. In my show, it will be used as a quick transition from one segment to another. It won't take up much time at all, and the effect will come as a suprise to the audience. I'll be sure to keep you all posted as to how it is coming along.

Jack Smile
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The illusion book has levitations, escapes, appearances, vanishes, motorcyle productions, walking thru mirror, suspensions, cutting in half, etc. All the illusions are grand and will take time, material, and money to build. All of the concepts are good. You will definitely find something in there for you! Smile
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Are you guys kidding??? I have just seen it and what a waste of $$$ I don't see this fooling anyone!
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Perhaps you should give it a chance. I've been using it in my stage shows for the past month and I have been getting great reactions. How do I know? Because people have come up to me after my show and told me it was the coolest thing they have ever seen.

I bet that is the same thing you said when you first learned the secret to the tt.

Obviously you have not tried the illusion. So I ask, how can you post something negative when you haven't even given it a chance?

Remember, you can never tell how good a trick is by merely knowing the method, your real test for an illusion or trick is performing it for an audience. That will be your real test. Smile
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I was wondering how practical the trick is. Is it easy to carry around with you? Or a large cumbersome gimmick. Thanks
Tor Egil
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don't meen to sound stupid, but what does cumbersome meen?
hojeesum
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Hey Tor Egil

Cumbersome means difficult to handle or heavy.
Chad Sanborn
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Quote:
- my question is this: Could I be performed, in say, an office setting?


YOu can definately do this in an office without fear of angles. Just stand with your back in a corner. Then noone can get beside or behind you.

Chad
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