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I am looking for some outside feedback on a concept I have for a three-trick routine I am scripting/blocking/brainstorming ... I am calling it "Card-tuition" for now.

The theme is building the routing from small to large, in terms of cards being used .... 8-card Brainwave (Nick Trost) then 20-card OOTW (Jon Anderson) then Chicago Opener (of course, Leech & Everhardt). The thread is scripting these as experiments in intuition .... that "magic occurs in that wonderous realm where the conscious/active/aware mind meets the unconscious/intuitive mind."

** 8BW is the opener to introduce the idea ... the experiment that people aren't convinced whether it is an extra-sensory experiment, or a magic experiment, or something else entirely. A prediction of sorts.

** 20-card OOTW expands the challenge to 20 cards, and stretches out that intuition.

** Chicago Opener ... with such success at the 1st two, I wonder what amazing things we can do with an entire deck of cards.

I am thinking if I frame it well, I can avoid the potential feel of repetition. There are different effects going on, prediction, mentalism, transformation/translocation ... but the whole colors focus is a concern of mine. I know I need to determine the change-out of the packets and deck. I could just pull them our as needed, or I could develop some sly changeouts to bridge them. Gotta decide which way works better for the effects desired.

Does this routine look like it could work as I've described it? It builds in scope, has different actual effects, and moves from a single volunteer doing "the deed" to a magician/volunteer cooperative effort with the full deck. Feedback??
Nick Sasso
part-time Samurai conjurer
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