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 Post subject: When I performed Just Imagine...
PostPosted: Tue Jul 13, 2004 2:53 pm 
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Hi. 'I was performing Just Imagine by Jay Sankey for my cousin the other day, and when i got to the final phase, showed her the card, she did not pay attention to the card, but to the rest of the deck! Don't take me wrong, I don't perform lousy. I guess my question, how do you prevent people from touching something that is not examinable? And it's impossible to do a deck switch right infront of them


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 Post subject: Re: When I performed Just Imagine...
PostPosted: Tue Jul 13, 2004 3:28 pm 
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Teldrassil wrote:
Hi. 'I was performing Just Imagine by Jay Sankey for my cousin the other day, and when i got to the final phase, showed her the card, she did not pay attention to the card, but to the rest of the deck! Don't take me wrong, I don't perform lousy. I guess my question, how do you prevent people from touching something that is not examinable? And it's impossible to do a deck switch right infront of them


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It is not impossible to do a deck switch in front of them. All you need is misdirection.

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Yes it's all about misdirection. Does anyone know of a DVD or book on misdirection??

Nick 8)


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Not completely sure, but maybe On the Spot?


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Yes you can make a deck switch infront of them, or you could just take them in by the structure of the routine, if I perform an effect before that one, with a regular deck of cards, and then switch to perform Just Imagine, they naturally shouldn't suspect anything


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he he... you wanna take a look at let me see those cards

some great ideas there for misdirection...


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NickWilson wrote:
Yes it's all about misdirection. Does anyone know of a DVD or book on misdirection??

Look for "The Magic of Misdirection" by Dariel Fitzkee.

Craig


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I'm putting a book together to help in this area and it should be complete shortly. Also working on a video....."When you see a trick before you buy, it doesn't say how to get the trick up and going without detection and how to end clean to move to the next, how to put it into a routine. This is what I'm working on. Included in this vedio will be a Linking Ring routine with extra little subtile moves, floating a ring then link, and a mulitplying ball routine using Multiplying golf balls.
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