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Larry Davidson
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I've never thought of Matrix as being an effect with angle issues.
Pete Biro
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Glass top table, spectator laying on floor?
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Larry Davidson
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I rarely see glass top tables and I haven't seen a spectator laying on the floor since I stopped performing bar magic. Smile
joseph
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I'll agree with Bill Malone and stick with the original Schneider routine....
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
BBM123
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What about poor man's matrix by jc wagner?
Mike Wild
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RE: "I rarely see glass top tables and I haven't seen a spectator laying on the floor since I stopped performing bar magic."

I find the added height of the bar to be to my advantage, usually. But there's a definite distance issue between the bar and the floor. The stark 80 degree angle has its problems too Smile

Good one Larry!

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Mike
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Larry Barnowsky
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If you saw Shade you'd know that the card mechanic technical advisors (Wilson et al) showed off their skills with the camera shooting from below a glass table. I guess coin guys will need a radiolucent close up pad to compete.Smile
Dan LeFay
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What about a transparent gel-pad (For instance a close up pad made like a coldpack) Add to that transparent cards and you're there;-)

I remember James Lewis performing his coins thru glass table in Irma's room at the Castle. Biiiiig wow-factor!
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Hey guys. I take lessons from Dean Dill. My favorite is the "simple matrix backfire" it's amazing. I fool magicians when doing it, though you do have to do a lot of timing, slight of hand and misdirection to pull it off, but it is totally worth it. Also, it sounds like this Armando guy is pretty great. Hey Pete Biro, sounds like you know a lot about him. Where's his shop or house or something like that, I'd like to meet him, he seems amazing. thanks
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