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mrmetropolis
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Pick a number between one and six. Hah hah hah hah. Some paddle effects are just dumb. I love shattered and am dying to get it. However, it has given me other ideas for new paddle concepts. Just have to break the jeweled stick ideas and create new ones.
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On 2003-08-11 14:32, koan wrote:
What's the effect of Paul Pigmy Paddle?

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You show a coctail stirrer that looks just like a small white rowbaot oar. Then you go into alliterative patter about it being a Pygmy Paddle produced in polypropylene, etc. You show that both sides are blank. Now you write the spectator's name on one side, then it appears on both, then it changes to the restaurant's or company's name on both sides and finally the restaurant on one side, the name one the other and you give it to him as a souvenir. The patter is hysterical and the people keep the paddle, remembering both you and the restaurant/company (getting you in good with the client!). Paul sells the paddles at a very reasonable price.
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On 2003-08-11 22:14, Pete Biro wrote:
I'm not talkin' cuz it is my strongest close-up item. Smile

Don't tell me.... it's "Down For The Count" by Michael Close.

... I'm kidding.
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On 2003-08-11 22:14, Pete Biro wrote:
I'm not talkin' cuz it is my strongest close-up item. Smile


Pete: You've already talked!

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HAHHAHAHAHAH.... Smile
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Hey, so I was close! Smile
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Bob Gerdes, you really "batted" 1000 on that one.
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Vinny made a good comment as usual. I also liked Reed's routine called ivory connection in an allmost same kind of work. There is also a fun vid to watch from Jean Luc Bertrand called no smoking. Paddle Move and street work.
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I love the cash paddle. The one that mutiplies a dime, penny, and nickle, then changes to a dollar, then you see it's done with mirrors.lol.

I also like the optical illusion hot rod called the quad rod, all 4 sides change.
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I agree with the Dice routine. I use Bob sheets' "It's the Rules." But Also "I'll start again" Chalkboard Paddle. With both of these, Didn't think they would go down as well as they do. Absolute Layman Killers both of them.

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I do the Curtis Kam routine from "Deceptions in Paradise". I think it's entitled "a girl's best friend", but don't quote me. The typical paddle routine has three modes, A/A, A/B, B/B --this one has at least a half dozen different configurations, which makes it magical and difficult to figure out. Curtis's routine is funny, logical, and magical. I love it as an opener.

In his lecture Pete Biro tipped a great handling of a paddle routine using chalk and a paddle-like slate. I'd like to update the effect using a dry-erase marker and suitable material paddle. Have you considered that, Mr. Biro?
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While not a paddle trick, Darrin Cook and I came up with a routine (we each have our own versions) using a coin and a small lollipop called "Sucker Trick." It's always played well for me. My routine is in my book, "Great Scott! It's Coin Magic!." Darrin's routine "Son of Sucker Trick" is in his book, "As The Crow Flies."
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Shattered gets my vote.
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I like a lot Dr. Sack's Dice Routine. When I saw it in Daryl's video (Fooler Doolers vol. 3) I thought it was specials dice.
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John Carney has great imbrobtu trick using padle move on his videos and lecture. He said that it is from book Sachs sleight of hand.
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I'm wanting to buy the #2 pencil, but after getting the color changing knives and not able to do the paddle move I'm somewhat hesitant because I'm not sure if I could pull off the paddle move.
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These aren't routines, but they are some favorite paddle effects.

I am partial to my Rabbit in a Hat paddle. I use it for children close-up all the time. Kids love it.
Also, like showing my business card blank on both sides using a paddle move and then magically print up a fresh one.
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Jay Leslie's Cash Paddle...In the mean time I'll be checking out Shattered, sounds good.
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