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thecromulent
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Does this involve making any alterations to one's clothing? As much as I love the idea of things like TKO, as an amateur, they're just not that practical for me. I'm very seriously considering purchasing this, but I'd hate to buy (another) something that I'd never use.

Thanks.

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@thecromulent: Hi! You do not need any alterations of your clothing, but you need a jacket or without a jacket a longer shirt or something similar.
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Great, thanks for the info! My normal "uniform" includes an untucked buttondown. I'm assuming that would fit the bill?
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Great, thanks for the info! My normal "uniform" includes an untucked buttondown. I'm assuming that would fit the bill?


This should be fine!
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Thanks! Now I really can't wait to get my hands on this!
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I’ve ordered mine. I’m going to combine it with Propdog’s lovely Lego Mystery Blox mystery box routine. It’s a win-win for me, I think thinking of any card and have it appear in the previously empty Lego box is stronger than having a card selected and appear in the box, and it means that the weakest part of the Mystery Blox routine for me (my slightly dodgy mercury fold) is no longer needed, and it also means that I could still do a signed card to wallet in the same routine if necessary without things being too samey.
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No the weakest part.... is the box being empty to start with

You’re just creating a puzzle
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The Skynet User Group is now live on Facebook.

I will be posting additional tips ideas and videos on there!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2390695154287711/

Hope to see you there!



Please note - you will have to answer the questions to be added, so don't click to join until you have your Skynet delivered!
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Ordered. Hoping it’s not like a gun holster of sorts.
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Ordered. Hoping it’s not like a gun holster of sorts.



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Ordered. Marc's interview pushed me over the edge.
Look for all the world like you're counting the brain cells in his cranium.

-Theodore Annemann
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Ordered and just watched the video! (I received the password once it was shipped out.) Will definitely take some work to use, but I am looking forward to putting in the time and incorporating it into my magic! Will be a great addition!
Tada!...

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How many i****s are used to cover 52 cards? Only one or two?
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How many i****s are used to cover 52 cards? Only one or two?


You have a 50/50 chance at being right with those odds. Just pick one!
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I already have a good one : the advocate that came with Osyn. It needs two. If skynet project too, it does not interest me. The video suggests that you should choose the right one by asking number or suit to take time. If Skynet uses just one i****, you don't have to divide the answer, and can extract the very card directly.
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Could you take out an orange from your pocket and the named card is inside?
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Could you take out an orange from your pocket and the named card is inside?


In the same way you can have a CTW

But for ease of use - you would be better off waiting until later in the year when I release my i* - that holds 52 different oranges

No Magnets
No Memory Needed
Perform Surrounded
Resets in Seconds

There are some clothing restrictions though
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"that holds 52 different oranges"
that's what I'd like my spectators to think Smile
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On Apr 25, 2019, gotgot wrote:
Could you take out an orange from your pocket and the named card is inside?


In the same way you can have a CTW

But for ease of use - you would be better off waiting until later in the year when I release my i* - that holds 52 different oranges

No Magnets
No Memory Needed
Perform Surrounded
Resets in Seconds

There are some clothing restrictions though


Yeah but for navel or mandarin? If it's the latter, it probably isn't practical and I'm gonna wait for other reviewers.
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I built an index into a jock strap. I can fit a lot in it due to all of he unused space.
(Usually at least a full deck, two oranges and a banana,)
Some mild audience management is necessary though, since I usually wear it over my pants.
(Trust me, it flies right by)
Look for all the world like you're counting the brain cells in his cranium.

-Theodore Annemann
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