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caigy
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[quote]On , Chakkan wrote:
I can't sayt how much I LOVE this trick !
Those that complain about the number of outs by paper or te edge thickness have not tried it...
Even close up, it rocks, really.

I agree with you 100% Chakkan...this has to be my favourite effect of 2014 thus far!
Thank you for the additional presentation (although my faro is shocking to say the least Smile)

There are absolutely no issues regarding the thickness of the prediction paper whatsoever but to keep all in good condition, totally eliminate any ultra close up spectator concerns and to make the removal/s****h smoother, I have each of my papers in a small coin envelope.
I contacted Marc about another idea for another stunning routine (which I can't go into) and it sound like he is planning to produce and release it later in the year!...fingers crossed!!

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TimonK
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Hey People,

on the dealer's site, I can't find any info on which papers this comes with, as in which size. I understand that there are different refill sizes available, but which size are the papers that come with the DVD?

Also, are there no 4-way-out papers in the bigger size available? 4-way seems to be available in the smaller size. Would appreciate it if someone could help me out here Smile - the size thing is especially important to me, as I'd prefer a bigger 4-way-out paper.

All the best & thanks,

Timon
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TIMONK:
3 way large 308 X 210mm only available item in large. The rest are 167 X 105 mm. I'm sure they will decide to make the rest in large as well!

WAY OUT REVIEW:

Thank you for this amazing piece of mentalism! Way Out XII allows for pure and direct mentalism. It takes a little practice but don't let that scare you. Once you add this to your arsenal you will always be loaded and ready to go. Whether it's close-up, parlor or stage Way Out is the Way to go! Do yourself a favor and get it!

and for 60 bucks! It's a great deal!!!

Packaging:
Nice packaging but like a bag a chips it could be half the size and have the same contents. Hate to see tree's get wasted!
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I saw this recently, I think its a great idea. I will pick this up for sure.
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Haha yeah the packaging is quite huge . Bought it at my local store some time before and that guy gave me a super big plastic bag . I am actually surprised by the quality of the paper . One of my paper got soaked in water accidentally and I am surprised to find that it is still flat after it dried up . Good work and one of my favorite opener effects .
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How about this idea, for those who don't like the pocket maneuver: Put the three paper slips in a Kismet envelope, which can be shown empty after one is withdrawn.

I suppose you could even lightly pencil a crib of astrological signs on the back of the envelope, since nobody will ever see it. You'd just withdraw a paper slip, casually show the envelope empty, and drop it in your pocket so your hands are free to unfold the paper slip.

Cheers,
Jerry
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Bought it from penguin the other day and cant wait to use it. Thanks Atlas for the advice on the stickers. I will try that.
RSteele
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It's been getting "killer" reactions!
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Great idea. I'll buy that
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On May 21, 2014, Imind wrote:
Bought it from penguin the other day and cant wait to use it. Thanks Atlas for the advice on the stickers. I will try that.


No sweat my friend. Happy to help!

Best,

Atlas
Willie mcgregor
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Bought this and am very very happy with it. Read all the threads lots to think about.
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Just waining for mine to arrive, been a while now, one of the joys of living on an island ;-)
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Quote:
On May 21, 2014, jerdunn wrote:
How about this idea, for those who don't like the pocket maneuver: Put the three paper slips in a Kismet envelope, which can be shown empty after one is withdrawn.

I suppose you could even lightly pencil a crib of astrological signs on the back of the envelope, since nobody will ever see it. You'd just withdraw a paper slip, casually show the envelope empty, and drop it in your pocket so your hands are free to unfold the paper slip.

Cheers,
Jerry


Anyone else using an envelope? My pocket real estate is extremely limited.
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I have used Way Out XII as an eight-out for a mind manipulation routine. Have two in my back jeans pocket, one showing. When it's time, I turn around and grab the right one out. So easy to do, and nothing to see when I turn around again.
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Love this!
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Marc Oberon´s online shop:

https://www.marcoberon.co.uk/products/
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Is there a way of combining the Way Out gimmick with a multiphase which-hand style routine? I basically want to have 4 people pick between 2 coins and then for the first person it will say: “If you have a silver coin think of X, if you have a copper coin think of Y.” And then I unfold it a bit more for each person to tell them what they need to think of. So there’s 2 options for each person. And 4 people. But I don’t know if the gimmick works in a way that allows for that sort of routine?
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