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I have made a real study of this over the past 3 months...and with David's set as he sent it to me directly... I am over the top can't wait as I have been working assiduously on Jean jacquest Sanvert's routine which is the only thing I can think about these days... the three borrowed rings vanish after some brief comedy to three impossible locations already displayed on table.

this to me converted a quiet trick I purposely avoided for the past 50 years to one that will be a hallmark in my show.

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On Jun 23, 2013, J-Mac wrote:
I imagine it could be done, though depending on the camera location you may have more angle considerations.

Personally I wouldn’t try this for a large group; it seems better suited for a more intimate stage setup or parlour.

Of course that's just my opinion - others might (and often do!) think differently!


Copperfield used to do it, so it obviously does play for a large house.
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Anything from Regal is gold!
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Does anyone out there follow Jim Steinmeyer's LFR routine or an adaptation of it?
How about Sanvert's?
While I use an adapted version of the Regal routine, entailing use of an empty wine glass, I'm curious to know why others favor particular adaptations and approaches.
I'm especially interested in routines suitable for impromptu parlor settings --- a large dinner party, say --- which are not heavily prop-dependent.
thanks in advance for ideas.
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