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 Post subject: Center Tear Vs. Billet Switch (Luke Jermay
PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 7:01 pm 
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Well, i was wondering which ones you all found the most practical. Im wanting to do this with a business card-looking for some good tricks/ways to hand out my card and a small piece of mentalism looks like a great idea! Well, thanks a ton!

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With a center tear is a great way to hand out your business card. All ripped up! They have to put it back together afterwards so not only is it a trick...it's a puzzle.
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I'm not big on doing the Center Tear with a business card. Mainly because the cards are small and usually pretty thick. They're harder to tear. I prefer doing it with a small piece of paper from a pad I carry. I take too much pride in my cards to tear them up in the first place. If I don't respect the card, how will they. The Billet Switch is good, but does require the switch and motivation for the switch. I don't know how well Luke goes into that.


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This book is the awnser: http://ebswitch.googlepages.com/home

312 pages of goodness.
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Bliztmagic wrote:
This book is the awnser: http://ebswitch.googlepages.com/home

312 pages of goodness.
Max.


And I heard Elliot is sending the owners of Switch Craft another huge supplement sometime soon. So it might be around 350 pages or more soon for only $20.00.


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Bliztmagic wrote:
This book is the awnser: http://ebswitch.googlepages.com/home

312 pages of goodness.
Max.


Oh wow! That would certainly be helpful! And at such a great price! I cant resist...

Thanks again!

-Silvernail


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 Post subject: Re: Center Tear Vs. Billet Switch (Luke Jermay
PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 12:35 pm 
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Thank you so much for the recommendations, Max and Lumas.

( I am a little late with the Thank You, having just spotted this thread.)

There should be a few new supplements in the coming months.

Elliott


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 Post subject: Re: Center Tear Vs. Billet Switch (Luke Jermay
PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:31 pm 
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I always use a center tear or my peek wallet. People expect you to switch things as a performer which is why I hate the billet switch.


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 Post subject: Re: Center Tear Vs. Billet Switch (Luke Jermay
PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:21 pm 
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You might get some more information and responses if you posted in General Magic.

The reviews section is more for posting reviews and requests for reviews of tricks.


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Bliztmagic wrote:
This book is the awnser: http://ebswitch.googlepages.com/home

312 pages of goodness.
Max.


Wow, I know I am late, but that looks GREAT. I am thinking about picking one of those up! The shear amount of bonuses it comes with is CRAZY.


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 Post subject: Re: Center Tear Vs. Billet Switch (Luke Jermay
PostPosted: Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:47 pm 
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Thank you.

I hope you enjoy it.

Elliott


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