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stephen secret
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Last week I was working an Art Fair under a small tent. I was able to perform magic for numbers of people during the week.

Nothing big, just small close-up things. Twisting the Aces, Dr. D's last trick with the four cards, voodoo doll, t.t., and two coin effects.

The best response came I think from Dr. D's four ace effect. I still need work on putting across twisting the aces.
sincerely, secret
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Its a transposition in the specs hands - close-up magic doesn't get stronger than that...

Twisting the aces is a nice effect but doesn't happen in the specs hands...
catch you later

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The last phase of twisting the aces can be very magical if you put the cards in their hands. I forget who came up with this idea (I don't have the time to check right now), but doing an elmsly count for the last phase between the spectators fingers makes it more amazing.
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I also saw your idea of putting the cards in their hands on the Café here. Forgot to use this idea over the weekend, but feel it would add to twisting the aces.
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I believe doing the elmsly count in the spectators fingers is an idea of Roger Klause. Correct me if I am wrong.

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