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PostPosted: Wed Jul 23, 2008 10:46 pm 
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Both Osterlind and Banachek are good.

My favorite Banachek effect is Lorayne's Buck from volume 1. Great stuff!


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ElliottB wrote:
Both Osterlind and Banachek are good.

My favorite Banachek effect is Lorayne's Buck from volume 1. Great stuff!
Lorayne's buck was good but the Add a number is second to none.


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I like Banachek because his effects are so hard to break down. When I learned the trick with the ring and the liar and the truth teller, even though I knew how it was done it took me a while to understand how it worked. It was like a maze that is confusing even with a map.


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I own both series, and have recently been adding most of Luke Jeremy's work.

All are very very good I like Osterlinds break downs and the fact that he is so suddle almost to slow in fact when doing his moves and no one is any the wiser. I do a 10 min metal bending rountine that combines methods from with a nice little story and later in the same show perform a 15min routine of mind reading combineing parts from all three's rountines.

They all acknowledge one another as greats, and one one of the DVD's Osterlind make refrence to them being friends.

So all are great investments

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I just finished wathcing both osterlinds and banachecks first dvd's and they are both awsome. Different but both great deffinatley going to get the rest of both sets.


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Told you you'd like them.


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What about PK Writing. Do you guys like that?


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Maloney123 wrote:
What about PK Writing. Do you guys like that?
I really enjoyed watching Banachek perform PKW and also enjoyed the explanation but for some reason I just don't see myself performing it.
...it's just not how I roll 8) 8)
ok that last bit was lame but...<sigh>


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