Well I offered up no advice other than the advice you offered, sooooooooo you just wasted your time….
And another thing…. Magicians are so egotistical they forget one major thing about
IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT YOU THINK IS A GOOD IDEA (if that isn't the ultimate show of ignorance, I don't know what is)
When experience says "this is a good/bad idea", yes it does matter. As I mentioned to you already, you are speaking from ONE experience as a laymen. From the way you write, I would guess that you are also fairly young, mix that with being a laymen and you probably wouldn't consider the issues I'm talking about. So in your case, yes the single set was effective.
Here's the other reason people use several routines: What about when people have seen you before? Should you do the same routine anyway? "Magic Cardinal Rule #2: Never repeat a trick for the same audience." The fact that you didn't think through this subject far enough to get to "What if it's a repeat audience?" speaks to your inexperience - and again, why you shouldn't be giving advise to others.
When you are trying to impress laymen, it only matters what they think.
Like I said, before in another post you don’t pay attention
I'm trying to pay attention, your posts simply aren't easy to read.
I said if your really worried about it have multiple sets, which I am pretty sure you said the same thing…………….which means I know I proved you right.
I SAID as a spectator
YOU are not a spectator and never will be, you are a magician and will always think like one
And watch like one.
A SPECTATOR VIEWS THINGS DIFFERENTLY.
A magician becomes a spectator when he doesn't know how a trick is done. I am a spectator often.
I also said AS A SPECTATOR we did not care, he did the same routine???? Where is the advice?
Again, a sinlge instance doesn't prove your point - especially when the most notable restaurant workers in the world all say that you're wrong. However, the fact that you could map the guy's movements proved mine.
YOU didn't care, but many spectators will care. That's something you'll learn when you have experience.
A magician will think
I did trick A, B, C, D, E for this table now I need to do tricks F, G, H, I, and J for the next table
Where a spectator is thinking “man I hope he does tricks A, B, C, D, and E for us…..
Because even though he watched you do the tricks even if it was only from the next table over
He still did not experience what the other table did.
Really? What are you drawing that conclusion from?
Go do the same trick for a group of people over and over again - how long was it before they got bored with you?
As I've said already, your comments drip with ignorance and inexperience. Get some experience and come back when you know something.