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S-Branham
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Don't forget his:

- Saline Solution (salt rick)
- 51 Cards to Pocket
- touches on Pencil through quarter, the strike vanish, the pass
- 5 Cards and 5 Glasses
VernonOnCoins
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And a bunch of coin effects:

In the hand coins across
Tenkai pennies
Coin and tumbler

Also, a discussion on the diagonal palm shift
Dale J. O'Neill
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I just finished watching it.

It is great, well worth the price.

Since I am not working, thanks to Uncle Sam, I will be doing nothing but magic for a while.
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Somewhat off topic, but does anyone have any hints about watching a live lecture on
an android tablet. Just couldn't watch it live. Since it's off topic and don't want
to hijack the thread probably a PM would be best.
Great stuff by Dave.
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Where can you buy that really thick rope David used for his ring and rope routine?
James
Still with the Chinese circus Smile
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On 2013-10-01 20:40, Xiqual wrote:
Where can you buy that really thick rope David used for his ring and rope routine?
James


A lot of magic shops sell it as "Magician's Rope"
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On 2013-10-01 10:40, VernonOnCoins wrote:
And a bunch of coin effects:

In the hand coins across
Tenkai pennies
Coin and tumbler

Also, a discussion on the diagonal palm shift


Oh no, I got my DPS taught by Dave years ago, now we all can learn from him, that's great!
Dave is one of those who has mastered the DPS ... PERFECTLY.
Most memorable moment - with Maestro Juan Tamariz & Consuelo Lorgia in FISM Busan 2018.

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Finally got around to downloading it, it is broken up into two downloads. 3.6 GB total, [DaOrtiz]WOOOWWWW!!![/DaOrtiz]
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On 2013-10-01 22:41, Robert P. wrote:
Finally got around to downloading it, it is broken up into two downloads. 3.6 GB total, [DaOrtiz]WOOOWWWW!!![/DaOrtiz]

Are you sure you're not downloading it twice? Smile My download is 1.66 GB but still the whole four hours and 24 minutes.

Or maybe I don't have access to the HD version... Smile
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Ha, thanks for pointing that out, I just figured it was so long that is was separated into two different segments. When opening the lecture online there were two downloadable files for me, one that was 1.66GB and the other was 1.93GB. Both were the same lengh (except the first had a 16 second countdown to the lecture starting and the second had a 6 second countdown), the second one seems to be a little better on the quality but I wouldn't say HD quality.
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What an entertaining performer Williamson is. He's always been one of my favourite magicians and it's good to see he hasn't lost it at all. Just as entertaining now as he was 20 years ago. I could watch him all night.

Best
Sean
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Out of the blue - I really would like to see my good friend and fellow swede Lennart Green on Penguin live.
Pictured to the left my hero and me during FISM 2006 in Stockholm.
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Amazing lecture, fenomenal. The best . Good work Penguin team.

Love it

:)
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BEST. LECTURE. EVER.

This was totally out of my magic budget for the month but going over is truly worth it. I've seen a lot of these Penguin lectures and this tops it all.
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Awesome performer,

I think when you get to a level that Mr Williamson is at,
there is no one that is the best,

Only different forms of genius ,

Awesome performer!!!
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Finished watching it last night and loved it.
Great tips & stories throughout with great magic.
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Only watched first hour (mainly because I rewatched it twice!) and I love this lecture. Not even for the magic which is great but to watch someone of that calibre perform and hear his tips has been more than worth it. His comment on people wanting to see a "train wreck" I can't agree more and how he uses that knowledge is fantastic. Excited to see the rest over time.

Ryan
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I'm watching it an hour at a time. Some of it I already have from other Williamson videos but that doesn't matter to me. Anytime I have the chance to get buy his stuff, I do. I just love his personality. Like Ryan (above), I watched the 1st hour twice.

I realized last night one of the reason I think I enjoy David so much.
Comedian Sid Caesar ( http://howsweetitwas.wordpress.com/2012/......-shows/) is a comedy genius & always a favorite of mine. David reminds me of him, he sort of even looks like him.
Both are off the wall & geniuses!

Only David is more magical!!!!!

Mark
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He does look a little like Sid Ceasar. I have not watched it all the way through. I also purchased because I will watch him anytime for the laughs, stories and tips. I suspect there isn't that much here that is not on his old DVDs which are still available. I would get those if you are primarily interested in learning the tricks.
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I loved the Quacky the Clown story.

The Xenia, Ohio tornado he talked about also hit Louisville, Kentucky where I lived at the time, and it completely destroyed my house. It was an F-5.

I thought David's lecture was a little too long, but it was great!! All of the little details and convincers make such a difference in your magic.

Robert
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