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 Post subject: AMBELTIOUS CARD
PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:04 am 
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Hello:

Does anyone here know about or own the Ambeltious Card trick by Masuda? Here's the link to see the trick:

http://atto.goto-shops.com/English/QT%2 ... 20card.mov

Pretty amazing stuff if you ask me! What do you think? :roll:


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 9:44 am 
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Well, the effect is great. Only problem is, you can't do much after it, and you can't do much before it, so it would probably be best as a single trick.

As for my opinion, I'm not interested in it.


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well I am not sure whether or not it is gimmicked, you could do it with an ambitious card routine and just finish with the ambelitious card trick.


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Is this trick good for stand up magic?

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no you have to be sitting at a table to do it.


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 Post subject: AMBILITIOUS CARD
PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2007 1:50 am 
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Thanks for the responses thusfar.

One of the reasons I asked this question is to see if this trick is worth the $40 to $42 it costs for the one trick (DVD and gimmick). (I know that the bottom line is, is it worth it to me.)

I've regretably purchased one-trick DVDs in the past but the "bonus" materials which fluffed up the rest of these DVD made it feel like I wasn't totally ripped off. I would say only one of my one-trick DVD purchases was worth the price I paid for it.

This AMBILITIOUS card trick, at least on video, looks really amazing. Collapsable or "disposable" deck? Deck up the sleeve? What's the gimmick he uses? After watching the video several times, all I can figure out is that while the spectator is signing his selected card, Masuda is doing something with the deck.

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 Post subject: AMBILITIOUS CARD
PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2007 1:51 am 
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Thanks for the responses thusfar.

One of the reasons I asked this question is to see if this trick is worth the $40 to $42 it costs for the one trick (DVD and gimmick). (I know that the bottom line is, is it worth it to me.)

I've regretably purchased one-trick DVDs in the past but the "bonus" materials which fluffed up the rest of these DVD made it feel like I wasn't totally ripped off. I would say only one of my one-trick DVD purchases was worth the price I paid for it.

This AMBILITIOUS card trick, at least on video, looks really amazing. Collapsable or "disposable" deck? Deck up the sleeve? What's the gimmick he uses? After watching the video several times, all I can figure out is that while the spectator is signing his selected card, Masuda is doing something with the deck.

:twisted:


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