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[quote] On 2012-01-20 03:09, TheGreatRaymondo wrote: [quote] On 2012-01-19 20:42, Hugh Entwistle wrote: I often start as a test, the true skill behind the card monte is to be able to follow cards, the first time I will make it easy for you, this is a practise round - Let them get it right on the first go, and then preceed into the routine. The logic behind this is the spectator thinks that you are merely trying to make them follow the card which removes the first phase of being ruined because it was just a fast repeat of the previous, I then go into a story (Some people think its here, some think its here but they would both be wrong, its over HERE, you have to watch carefully) I think the routine is strong enough without making them guess where the card is. It still allows audience participation as some of the phases can happen in their hands. My own question is how do you guys 'clean up' the routine, do you just put them in your pocket, or do you find that audience may want to examine the cards? [/quote] Hi Hugh, Regarding the clean up... As you end the spectators have the 3 x 4 of Spades. I then simply do A flustration count with the 3 Queens to show all of the backs and pocket them. Never had a problem (so far!) best regards TGR [/quote]
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