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Jeremy Brown
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLTaTufyULY

Just comment however you want. Rip it apart. Do as you wish. Just wanted to show some old stuff.
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I will be leaving the video up one more day.
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I happen to like the switch...while I could not see the "actual" switch....I was not happy with the hand cover that you used to cover the dirty work.

I also tend to wonder what the angles look like ? I suspect it may flash from the sides ?..... But, it is hard to tell from the clip.
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Jeremy what if you could some how have your cover hand put your chip in as you covered the switch instead of putting it in after?
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On 2007-10-25 16:09, Jeremy Brown wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLTaTufyULY

Just comment however you want. Rip it apart. Do as you wish. Just wanted to show some old stuff.

what were you trying to do?
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Means it worked.
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Thank you papermechanic,expertmagician and all that responded.

To answer expertmagician-All of my moves are most generally covered from side views as well as front. I was taught from the get go that you don't do a switch that doesn't look good from the side. The cover you talked about is definately somthing I have worked on. At that time I only had half of the switch completed. I just like this clip for magical purposes.

To answer papermechanic-I actually thought of this right after I made this video. The cover is different, but the concept is the same-not actually "intentionally" covering with the hand. I think we are on the same page.


To anyone who didn't get a chance to see the video pm me.



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For the record Jeremy is showing ya'll one of his worst ones. Jeremy as far a cold decking is concerned the best that I know.

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Doc,

That is a strong statement from you Doc, considering that you fooled me when you showned me some of your cold decking moves.

Amazing !

I hope he posts some of the good stuff or publishes a teaching DVD Smile
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I thought the video was interesting. The action is compleatly covered, the "step" hints at the half deck. The idea of setting up a reason for going back "the chip" is nice. Thanks for sharing.
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On 2007-10-30 09:00, Expertmagician wrote:
Doc,

That is a strong statement from you Doc, considering that you fooled me when you showned me some of your cold decking moves.

Amazing !

I hope he posts some of the good stuff or publishes a teaching DVD Smile



The moves that Jeremy has shown me are original with him. He has taken cold decking to another level. To me Jeremy is the Steve Forte of Cold Decking; the Torch has been passed.

Respectfully,

Doc

P.S. I hope that he doesn't put out a video. For the record all of you students who are now teachers in your area who did not show stuff or took stuff down at my request, I just want to publicly thank you.
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Naturally one needs an excuse for to cover the deck and squaring and picking up the deck is a good enough reason. I often straighten and pick the deck from the table using two hands. It must look natural though and not simply be invisible for the reason that it is under cover. The cover itself can create suspicion and if there is a weakness in this switch that is it. I think cover hand needs to do look more like it is there to square as the excuse for being there or something. As Jeremy said I just like this clip for magical purposes. I think it does not need much more for it to be good for the table. Like Ron I think it is interesting. I would like to know the mechanics of it so I could study and play with it. Thanks you any way for showing us.
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Tommy you have a better chance at studying mine than Jeremy's; his handling stupefied me until he showed me. Oh one more thing...if you saw any of his other ones you would immediately not want to study this one.

I didn't pass the Torch on for nothing.


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Jeremy's cold decking is some of the best I've seen. I've seen a lot of his switches and they've all been excellent. He's constantly thinking and trying out new ideas, and that's how you become an expert.

Now, if he'd only travel...
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On 2007-11-02 16:22, walking_liberty wrote:
Jeremy's cold decking is some of the best I've seen. I've seen a lot of his switches and they've all been excellent. He's constantly thinking and trying out new ideas, and that's how you become an expert.

Now, if he'd only travel...


Let me tell you this guy is the real deal holifield with dice.

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On 2007-11-02 17:29, Jeremy Brown wrote:
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On 2007-11-02 16:22, walking_liberty wrote:
Jeremy's cold decking is some of the best I've seen. I've seen a lot of his switches and they've all been excellent. He's constantly thinking and trying out new ideas, and that's how you become an expert.

Now, if he'd only travel...


Let me tell you this guy is the real deal holifield with dice.

Jeremy


I second that...

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