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killaklownkris
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Dear all,
For those who's just got back from Blackpool and still recovering and sorting out magic they probably never use! (me included) I've managed to watch Stephen Leathwaites new DVD called spiral principle and beyond,I seen these done all over Blackpool and it he Ruskin and it blew the minds of magicians,never mind the muggles!
Don't want to say to much except there two type of card tricks where the spiral principle just seems so impossible,this is my favourite,watche the YouTube vid is brilliant.
The next trick beyond needs two people really and is a belter,watch that too! I'm using these in my wedding sets as they both just seem so impossible and even a borrowed deck can be used! These tricks can be learnt in one night which makes all the work on the acting and patter!
Well done stevie keep up the good work!
markhitton
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Interesting!borrowed deck always used?
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vinh31
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Sounds way too good...
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Hi guys, sorry I'm a little late with this post!
But I also have this and agree with killaklownkris. Two superb ideas, particularly beyond, which I've added straight to my repertoire.
Really recommend this DVD, but the trailer doesn't do it justice.
Ryan
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Where can you purchase a copy of this dvd?
RyanAdams
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Akil, I got mine here - http://www.leathalweapons.co.uk/
Which is Stephen's personal website, only problem is you need to make an account first.
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From watching what happens on the video, this appears to be an application of Jordan's "interlocking chains" ideas from the 1930's and published in the Jinx.

Without giving out too much, is the instruction on the video good? Knowing the principle is one thing, but I think you really have to have someone teach that well to apply it successfully, and if that's being done, this could be pretty good stuff.
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The DVD makes it clear that Stephen has been sitting on the SP for a while, which has allowed him to work some nice psychology into the effect.
It's well thought out to say the least. Stephen refers SP to an effect by David Regal (name escapes me) but IMO this is far better. Although I haven't heard/seen "interlocking chains", Stephen has topped every similar idea I've seen with this. Not sure if this is the answer that you're looking for, but hope it helps.
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The DVD makes it clear that Stephen has been sitting on the SP for a while, which has allowed him to work some nice psychology into the effect.
It's well thought out to say the least. Stephen refers SP to an effect by David Regal (name escapes me) but IMO this is far better. Although I haven't heard/seen "interlocking chains", Stephen has topped every similar idea I've seen with this. Not sure if this is the answer that you're looking for, but hope it helps.
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I need to check this out
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