Dani is a genius,
This routine is a great force in which the spectator fells as if he has
had a totally free choince. There are not many forces like this. Get it now before it becomes
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This is very good, but to be honest, it will work better with some than others. This will take a
significant amount of performing time to A: get comfortable with it and B: get to the point where it
This is a wonderful use of both sleight of hand and psychology. It is within the physical realm of
a mid-range card-person; I say middle-range because there are some points at which real confidence
is needed. If you practice this, you will have a great force that can be used in many different
First of all, I would like to thank everyone for their words, both good and
bad, because not everyone can like everything.
As I see that there is confusion about the
content of this work, I will detail it below.
The fact that many of the techniques that I
use are similar to each other, is because, trying to reach the naturalness, they all seem what they
appear to be: If a card is going to be chosen, then open the deck so that they choose one, or lay
cards on the table until they stop you. That is the external life of forcing and what makes it
natural is that the viewer understands what is happening (no strange passes or unnatural actions).
Now, the internal part, which encourages the viewer to stop or touch one card instead of
another, changes completely, and within a force that seems to be the same no matter how many times
we see it, we find hundreds of methods.
In Penguin, as well as in some of my lectures, I
have talked about reaction times, the rule of the three strokes, the classic force... but I think I
never talked about those “subliminal gestures” that accelerate the viewer's reaction because they
put it under Pressure:
"Let him see that he has to exercise an action, in an ambiguous way
so that he does not make any decision ... and only at the moment a subliminal message is launched
(we touch him, we demand his action, we change the action timing, etc), that he realizes that he
must take an action and force him to do it under that pressure ”.
As I said, if the
forcing is only seen without knowing its context or real realization, you can associate it with
other things that it has been able to explain before. That is why I ask, please, that all those who
criticize this work, do so having seen it before. Then they can say that it a ****.
well, let each one say and do what they want! Smile
I just wanted to clarify the content a bit.
Without a doubt, the content is not very old, and on occasion I have been able to comment on “the
pressure on the viewer”, but I have never spoken as openly as I do in this work,
wanted to help a little those who did not understand the content and I do not intend to convince
anyone of anything.
That said, I take this opportunity to give everyone a big hug! Dani
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