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 Post subject: Banacheck PSI series...
PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 5:34 pm 
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What are your thoughts on this series? In your "top 10 mentalism DVDs/series" where would you put this?


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It's one of the better sets I've seen. I've always thought Osterlind and Banchek release the best mentalism. The material here is not too hard to do, practical in the real world, and actually makes sense. He is a performer that doesn't claim special abilities, so he ties his work into body language and NLP. Very clever stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: Banacheck PSI series...
PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 2:51 am 
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JeremeK wrote:
What are your thoughts on this series? In your "top 10 mentalism DVDs/series" where would you put this?

It's really good. I only have the first two but I really enjoy the material on there. #1 had more 'usable' material for me but it might be different. If you're interested in mentalism, it's worth it. If you're just curious, I'm not so sure.
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What are your thoughts on this series? In your "top 10 mentalism DVDs/series" where would you put this?

Under Osterlind, above Maven.


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I really liked psi serie #3 because I had troubles with muscle reading now it made it all clear.

I don't own many DVD, most likely books.
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I have all 4 and really like them. The first two are definitely worth owning. The third one is on muscle reading and the fourth is on metal bending. So, depending on if you will ever perform muscle reading or metal bending, the last two might not be needed.


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I really like the whole series, the effects are great, the teaching also but the thing that really sells these DVDs for me is the little interviews at the end of each disc. It's through these I've learned plenty about good methods of practice, behind the scenes type tricks and tips that will help enormously, and interesting information about how to get onto the performance circuit, having too much power, and just about Banachek in general.

Absolutely worth every penny you pay for them.


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I wanted to add that the whole series regularly sells for about $60-$70 used (including shipping). I picked up all 4 disks for $65, including shipping. Same with the Osterlind Series.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2008 9:57 am 
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I have to say I really do like dvd's 1, 2 and 3. i never got 4 though. :D


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