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Wonderfull routine.
It took a while before I caught on.

It looks absolutely fantastic.
D
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On Sep 23, 2019, dalo wrote:
Wonderfull routine.
It took a while before I caught on.

It looks absolutely fantastic.
D


Which routine?
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Yours, with the weights. Chink-a-chink.

I am used to have an extra piece I have to get rid of afterwards.

So I was quite stunned when your hands was empty at the start and at the end.

Very nice
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One thing I have found is that by convincing the audience that the effect is a game of skill like "cup stacking," and after having the weights examined, the audience is looking for "sleight of hand" or fast motions--the idea of a shell or extra weight would be out of the question. Like cheating at cup stacking--what would be the point of that? If you make the effect "magic" then the audience will be looking for trickery. Since it is trickery, I prefer to have them astounded by preternatural skill. Presenting a thing in its "most remarkable" premise is the path I try to find.
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