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Nitupzar
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Hello. Does anyone know how it goes this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRyhN30n5So

Thanks.

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That was an idea I gave to Keith's show. It's not published and they worked out their own details for the show. When I do it in my live shows I use another method, but the initial idea of presenting it as a kind of prediction is mine.

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Hey, this is freakin' amazing! I loved it! Is it published anywhere?
"There's a world of difference between the spectators not knowing how something is done and them knowing that it can't be done."
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I believe Haim Goldenberg was the first to come up with this effect.
I saw it performed by him, years ago.
maybe it is even on his dvd set - not sure

the editing in the clip was pretty heavy though.
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Yep, upon watching it for a second time, it doesn't look so freakin' amazing anymore. They just cut it where he (I guess) changes cubes. That's the most delicated point in this effect. In this case he's performing behind some kind of counter, otherwise this is a little tough to carry out...
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Check out haim goldenberg's way to do it.
he does the effect standing without any table/counter.
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Thanks, Nir.
It's in one of the "Between 2 Minds" DVDs, isn't it?
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I think so...
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On 2008-10-23 01:47, double_lift wrote:
Yep, upon watching it for a second time, it doesn't look so freakin' amazing anymore. They just cut it where he (I guess) changes cubes. That's the most delicated point in this effect. In this case he's performing behind some kind of counter, otherwise this is a little tough to carry out...


If you look carefully at the video you can see at 1:03 that the cube of the 'victim' shows the following pattern on the face with the central green cube:
RRR
YGY
WWY

But when the cubes are compared (1:48) that face 'became'
OWB
YGB
YGR

Video killed the magic!
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On 2008-10-24 02:15, double_lift wrote:
Thanks, Nir.
It's in one of the "Between 2 Minds" DVDs, isn't it?

Yes, Coinci-cube in on Volume 1 of Between 2 Minds.

~John
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