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Harry Murphy
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Dick he at least owes you a coffee! Maybe even a latte'!!!

Kjellstrom's version of this merits attention. It is a pack flat and play big type of prop. It is almost self-working. It does take a performer to turn the routine into a fun, magical, performance piece or as I always say it takes a personality to turn it into a personality piece!
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I'll get this just to show appreciation for Kjellstrom's contributions to Café' threads over the years. Might even perform it some day in combination with other Ring-on-Rope effects.
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Kjellstrom
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Thanks for all nice comments, the best thing in my magic world was to be introduced to the Magic Café, this forum is very fun and helped me to be a better magician. Thanks Peter Loughran, Canada: http://www.masterofillusions.ca/ who send me the link to the magic Café a long time ago - May 12, 2002. I owe you a dollar Peter!
Ray Ouellette
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On Jul 24, 2002, Kjellstrom wrote:
I have done this effect uncountable times and I still do it because the audience loves it. Simple magic with great impact.
The big difference in method is that you can show the rope with only three knots in the start of the routine. Charles Bertrams routine depends on the cover of the slip knot in the beginning. This could be very uncomfortable. I think its important to be very clear in the approach to the audience.
You let the spectator check the knots out in the beginning of the routine which makes the whole experience more powerful. When they know the rope and knots are real they will feel a breeze of amazement when the effect happens!


I have this routine and it is indeed good and well worth the asking price to be sure. But it is examinable at the beginning in exactly the same way as the Bertram routine
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Kjellstrom
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On Jun 11, 2014, Ray Ouellette wrote:
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On Jul 24, 2002, Kjellstrom wrote:
I have done this effect uncountable times and I still do it because the audience loves it. Simple magic with great impact.
The big difference in method is that you can show the rope with only three knots in the start of the routine. Charles Bertrams routine depends on the cover of the slip knot in the beginning. This could be very uncomfortable. I think its important to be very clear in the approach to the audience.
You let the spectator check the knots out in the beginning of the routine which makes the whole experience more powerful. When they know the rope and knots are real they will feel a breeze of amazement when the effect happens!


I have this routine and it is indeed good and well worth the asking price to be sure. But it is examinable at the beginning in exactly the same way as the Bertram routine


Thanks. It´s nice that you enjoy my ropemagic. In the future I will publish more...fun magic.

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