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Jprace,
Great idea! I like it! Sort of a combination of concepts in the cards across and pocket bizarre.
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This came in an email a lot of you probably received but maybe didn't watch yet. It's the other needed part of what Jeff is suggesting (which is a really good idea).

http://www.sansminds.com/trick-four
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For a really nice ungimmicked bill vanish from the spec's hands…check out the Revised Las Vegas Leaper in True Astonishments (don't know the exact name of the effect!)

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On 2014-01-19 06:59, Incognito wrote:
This came in an email a lot of you probably received but maybe didn't watch yet. It's the other needed part of what Jeff is suggesting (which is a really good idea).

http://www.sansminds.com/trick-four




One thing that Will does, but doesn't actually point out (although I'm guessing a lot of people noticed), is that the second bill is reversed. This way, the folded over portion of the 3rd bill isn't the only one that is showing the opposite side of the bill.
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Another subtly on what Will is presenting:

Playing around with the orientations of the bills, you can show both sides of the unfolded bills, as the folded bill perfectly blends into the one behind it. Be careful, of course, of accidentally exposing that one edge has more/less bills than the other.

(On a side note, does anyone know if this originates with Will? I have been using something similar for a long time, and can't imagine it hasn't been done before.)
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Shhh, Janet! I want people to forget about that fantastic trick! Smile

p.s. It's LVL$ and it was one of my first thoughts regarding this new apparatus from Peter and Paul (two disciples of magic).
It's all in the reflexes.
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Playing with this for a couple of days now and I totally LOVE it. The sudden appearance of their card in your pocket is so strong it'll hit them like the proverbial freight train. Easy to do, practical and instant reset so a worker all the way. Re the gimmicks I can see these last a lifetime.

Totally happy with my purchase Smile


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On 2014-01-19 12:45, Illucifer wrote:
Shhh, Janet! I want people to forget about that fantastic trick! Smile

p.s. It's LVL$ and it was one of my first thoughts regarding this new apparatus from Peter and Paul (two disciples of magic).


Oh yes, I LOVE this effect. The TA Box set is so beautiful. I use most of the effects...
Two thumbs up!
...and now back to topic Smile

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Thanks for the great comments everybody...Also, great to see the creative juices flowing here on using Pocket Bizarre!

Feel free visit my booth at the upcoming Blackpool convention for a live demo -Looking forward to meet up Smile

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Maybe a question already asked, but is there a need to have "loose" pockets, and / or pockets without cover flaps?
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Scott,
No, no need for loose pockets.
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Having played with this a bit, for me, anyway, it just turns out to be too much pocket material to be of practical use. It's very clever and very well made and does very well precisely what it is designed to do as shown in the ads.

Personally, though, I don't like to be too 'rigged up' and concerned about the stuff in my pockets, so I suspect mine will be available to some lucky buyer soon.
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On 2014-01-22 17:42, Illucifer wrote:
Having played with this a bit, for me, anyway, it just turns out to be too much pocket material to be of practical use. It's very clever and very well made and does very well precisely what it is designed to do as shown in the ads.

Personally, though, I don't like to be too 'rigged up' and concerned about the stuff in my pockets, so I suspect mine will be available to some lucky buyer soon.
I got mine today and was thinking the same thing. I will keep mine because I do like it. I can use this for those times I like to do a one trick on someone
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On 2014-01-22 17:42, Illucifer wrote:
Having played with this a bit, for me, anyway, it just turns out to be too much pocket material to be of practical use. It's very clever and very well made and does very well precisely what it is designed to do as shown in the ads.

Personally, though, I don't like to be too 'rigged up' and concerned about the stuff in my pockets, so I suspect mine will be available to some lucky buyer soon.


Yes, I am seeing that as well. However, I am still working on a solution to use this in my outside jacket breast pocket in a way that still frees up the pocket for other purposes and eliminates the other piece of the gimmick. With this modification, I can use this method with my hands and pockets as free as they were without this. I don't use a sharpie, nor do I go into any pockets for any reason at any time.

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I am one of the lucky guys as I own this jewelry from the very beginning of the whole project,
Peter gave me one during the filming of Pocket Bizarre. As a gimmick engineer I really like this one.
I have add it to my repertoir and it gets great reactions every single time.
Yesterday I perform it to some fellow magicians and they have heard a lot about it but never seen it in action,
after seen it live they all want one!
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Hi community,

I received mine on Friday, did the one time set-up this morning and after 15 minutes of practising I performed it for family members: they were stunned!
The gimmick is well made and seems to last for a long, long time and the DVD is also well produced.
It's full of in-depth training and Peter explains everything really, really good.

I'll give it 5/5 magic stars Smile

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That was fast that must have been 3 or 4 days at most, I'm glad you like it.

Be sure to check out the bonus page for extra ideas and tips.

I've been using this yesterday and today at gigs, I'm just sitting outside another now. I've come across another modification which should make this easier to use.

I'm going to try it later, no reason why it should not work.
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On 2014-01-26 08:49, Saturn Magic wrote:
I've come across another modification which should make this easier to use.


Mark, are you referring to the breast pocket installation? I've found it already super easy to use the way it was designed and works beautifully.
I don't understand why people make such a big deal out of the jacket, I simply remove it and go into the revelation.

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No I've found the something else was moving and I have an idea how to keep it still.
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On 2014-01-26 08:49, Saturn Magic wrote:
That was fast that must have been 3 or 4 days at most, I'm glad you like it.

Be sure to check out the bonus page for extra ideas and tips.

I've been using this yesterday and today at gigs, I'm just sitting outside another now. I've come across another modification which should make this easier to use.

I'm going to try it later, no reason why it should not work.


Yes, the delivery was really fast. Thanks again for the outstanding customer support Smile

Cheers
Nikki
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