For those of you who got Dominion forks and have trouble bending them:
There are actually two kinds of Dominion Dinner Forks, at least from Winco, and I got the wrong ones at first:
Dominion Dinner Fork (WINCO Item No: 0001-05). Sadly, the "Medium" is not written on the box the forks come in, but it is a different product from those below. These are the ones I bought: http://www.amazon.com/Dominion-Medium-Weight-Flatware-Dinner/dp/B0001ILYK6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1295697857&sr=8-1
. They ship worldwide, I live in Germany and got them (but shipping was 2x the price of the forks). Mine perform ok with Liquid Metal.
Dominion Dinner Fork (WINCO Item No: 0014-05). Those are also sold simply as "Dominion Donner Forks" and at a casual glance they look the same, but as a beginner to this trick, I could not twist them. Don't get those.
So be sure you got the right ones.
Another thing I myself stumbled over following the Liquid Metal routine: When Morgan puts the corkscrew in, he shows it with a pretty fluid motion, due to his long training, so it is not easy to see exactly how he does it. It looked to me at first as if he bend the fork 90 degrees and the bent it sideways for the corkscrew. But that's not how he does it and it does not work like that.
Instead, he bends it further back first, so the fork handle almost points in the same direction as the head, and then does the sideways twist. That works much better, and the twist is a full 180 degrees instead of the 90° you would get otherwise.
And a third advice: To me, it works better if you do the initial 90 degree bend over a wider part of the handle. Meaning you want a long gentle curve, not a sudden 90 degree bent. The gentle curve corkscrews much better.
Hope that helps.