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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 3:33 pm 
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I don't have the guts to do more then a triple lift. :cry:


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TheCaffeinator wrote:
There are more ways to pass off multiple cards as one than by doing lifts or turnovers. In most ungimmicked X-Card Repeat routines, for example, there is a point during your count of the cards where a block of cards is being counted as a single card, thus "passing off" (literally :wink: ) many cards as a single. In some X-Card Repeat routines, you false count 3 or 4 cards as one, but in others you might be doing it with 10 or more.

Now that you mention it I've done elmsley where I pass off 5 cards as one in Twisted Flush.


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I had a routine where I hold 1 card and make it look like 51 cards ;p


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daniel116 wrote:
I had a routine where I hold 1 card and make it look like 51 cards ;p


Me too, well, I worked on an effect with it for a while, but I decided to leave it haha. Infact it was alot like a routine Jon Kamm has on youtube. I copped 51 cards to pockett.


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daniel116 wrote:
I had a routine where I hold 1 card and make it look like 51 cards ;p


Me too, well, I worked on an effect with it for a while, but I decided to leave it haha. Infact it was alot like a routine Jon Kamm has on youtube. I copped 51 cards to pockett.

Reminds me of one of Liam Montier's routines where you do a multiple cards under card box, and in the end, the entire deck is under the case.

Also reminds me of a Mike Powers's effect called Expert Card to Pocket. Very cool stuff.


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evanbishop wrote:
Reminds me of one of Liam Montier's routines where you do a multiple cards under card box, and in the end, the entire deck is under the case.


I always do that in my card under box routine. Some times I stop their, but if the crowd and everyone else is digging the magic, I go on to do card in box and then deck vanish apart from one card and the deck is IN the box.

I usually stop after deck under box though.

By the way, for this routine check out 'Box Clever', it's the best 'Card Under Box' routine I have seen, and done by a master. It's on James Brown lecture tape.


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You can lift 52 cards up as one if you can line it up properly. Chances are, there's not many places where this would be suitable. I, personally, think the best way to DL with a decent amount of cards would be to lift the deck to the hand holding the few cards so no-one has the possibility of catching a view from the side or from the top. (As in hold the cards vertically with the face pointing your computer, then that's top down view)


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I've done a 51-card lift as part of a full deck vanish. Outside of that, a tripple is the biggest I've done.


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