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Just wondering if this trick is performed to one audience in close up situation only, would the audience be impressed?
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On Oct 9, 2019, Asaka wrote:
Just wondering if this trick is performed to one audience in close up situation only, would the audience be impressed?


Why wouldn’t they...? Does the size of the audience alter its perception....?

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Although it is preferable to perform this for at least two participants I can confirm that I have indeed performed it for a singular participant before to great success Smile

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Although it is preferable to perform this for at least two participants I can confirm that I have indeed performed it for a singular participant before to great success Smile

Best Wishes Michael


Michael I don’t think this gentleman refers to performing for a single participant. Rather, in a close-up situation, with a small audience (HE mentions an ‘audience’, hence my assumption). And hence my question on how could the SIZE of the audience change its perception regarding the effect they’ll witness.

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Ahh, my apologies (hadn’t had my morning coffee when I replied), in this case it works perfectly! I almost exclusively work close-up (although I am doing a regular parlor spot each month) and so it has been heavily through its paces with both couples and small groups too Smile

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In case he wants to do it 1x1, here is a nice routine by the Jerx:
http://www.thejerx.com/blog/2017/4/16/gardyloo-22
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Sorry for my poor English, I mean performing the trick for one single participant only and the only participant will do the turning.
As it is a dual reality effect, the turning should be deemed different for other people if it is performed in a group of people.
However, if it is performed to one single participant , there is no different perception on the "turning" and the only participant may guess how it is done ( either correct or incorrect, like simply sw*** it before placing on his hand)... so I have that concern as I have not tried this 1x1.
but the routine by the Jerx seems can settle my concern, I will definitely take a look in it.
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