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saturnin
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Hi,

Could anyone please give me their review of David Acer's "Party of Six".

Ronnie Lemieux
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Cabrera
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Party of Six is a clever routine, I purchased it a while back. The main setback in my opinion is having 6 people get up on stage. This takes a lot of spectator management and is too time consuming for my show. Otherwise the trick will play well if it is your style.
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magicsoup
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I have a lot of fun with this one. When I first got it I tried it and did NOT like it at all. A few months later I looked at the instructions again and did it closer to what he suggests. It's been in my show ever since. It gives you the opportunity to have a lot of fun interaction with your audience. Also when things go just right you look awesome! I find it also plays well for kids or adults.
saturnin
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Thank you guys, I appreciate your inputs.

Looks like a keeper!

Ronnie Lemieux
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happiness is the road!
Futureal
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I didn't like the spectator force ..........
magicsoup
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The sectator force isn't always ideal, but you'd be surprised how often it is!
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