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 Post subject: Your BEST card trick you're audience is still talking about?
PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 1:53 am 
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Hi there !
Was wondering if any of you can list their BEST card trick everybody is talking about, even 2 weeks after you performed it...
I always do a lot of card tricks but there's one which really fool them, that's why i do it at the end !

My BEST card trick is: Way out of this World (separating the blacks and reds, either you do it, or the spectator do it, there are many ways of presenting this trick...)

Which is yours ?

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 2:23 am 
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Just recently, Dr. Daley's Last Trick.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 2:49 am 
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Just a simple memorised deck card calling. One of my most requested.
Another one is what people call the 'devil trick' or 'demon trick' (don't ask me why) but it's Stigmata V1.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 7:57 am 
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Mine was not a card trick but at the bar a few weeks ago I stop someones watch and they went nuts. Now everytime I go in there if they are there everybody starts talking about it.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 10:23 am 
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People for a while requested the "Popping thing" from me. They were referring to the Braue Pop-up at the end of my Ambitious Card.

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Mine was a simple transposition. For the most part though, people like seeing the new stuff that I have, or at least the stuff they consider new (as in they haven't seen it).


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My reverse biddle effect and card to mouth.

There are a few others that are still talked about, quite a bit, but I hear requests and stories about the top 2 the most.

Other than Ambitious card and mystery card. Which are my two most hard hitting.


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My "The Aces flip face up in the deck and then vanish and appear in my hand" trick, also known as "Aces in Their Faces". Also, they ask me to "turn the red deck blue again!", aka the colour changing deck routine that I know :)


Sean


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 8:21 pm 
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sean_mh wrote:
My "The Aces flip face up in the deck and then vanish and appear in my hand" trick, also known as "Aces in Their Faces". Also, they ask me to "turn the red deck blue again!", aka the colour changing deck routine that I know :)


Sean


Do you like Aces in their Faces, as a slight tangent?

-JT


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Sankeys Back in Time or Card Warp. Consistent good reactions and they always remember me for one of those.


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miniserb725 wrote:
sean_mh wrote:
My "The Aces flip face up in the deck and then vanish and appear in my hand" trick, also known as "Aces in Their Faces". Also, they ask me to "turn the red deck blue again!", aka the colour changing deck routine that I know :)


Do you like Aces in their Faces, as a slight tangent?

-JT



Yes! It's one of my favourites to perform.

Sean


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People seem to talk a lot about ACR, Out of This World, The Simple Switch (the most for me for this one with the right presentation), it mostly depends on performance when using a strong effect.


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Mnemonicosis, Invisible deck, ACR.


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Panic and Black Eight.


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fcchief wrote:
Sankeys Back in Time. Consistent good reactions and they always remember me for one of those.

I do Back in Time all the time! It's my "go-to" effect when somebody hands me a deck of cards and asks me to "do something" for them. People always freak out about the deck correcting itself, but then when the card in their hand changes, they just go crazy!


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