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> Pigment & Pixel by Abhinav Bothra & AJ

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 12th, 2016
ok so for sometime now I've wanted a method to make a good invisible marked deck. i picked this up because it has two methods for a diy marked deck. the first takes about 15 mins and if a spectator looks at the backs they will probably see the markings. keep in mind i have tried this on real people and they do see it. the second method takes much longer to make and while the spectator can't see it it requires a lot of stuff to memorize to be able to use it. overall i won't use either method and i recommend you find something else.
if anyone has other diy methods please share them with me so i can find them

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abhinav_bothra
Feb 19th 2016 5:06pm
Hello Mr. Steele,

I am sorry to hear about your disappointment.
The first method explained is not meant to be employed in close-up situations which is why the markings are bold and as I had written, it's used in routines where the card isn't the prime or the only element.

May I know when and how did you use it ?

Thanks,
Abhinav B

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magicmannp12
Mar 11th 2016 8:06am
ah then maybe thats what it the issue was i used it as a trial in a parlour/stage environment but the routine focuses on the cards.

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