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Jeff
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Thanks Smitty for the kind words on Drop Dead Queens and this new project. It's going to take me a while but it will be worth it.

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Tyler, if possible, I would love to see a sampling online of what's in your book.

I visited your site, and the routines sound KILLER! Any chance of any demo?

BEST...

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On 2006-06-08 11:13, ringmaster wrote:
Could someone please point me to some routines that endup with an intact (restored) card.
100!!!!!!


Though not in print AFAIK, it's fairly obvious that a duplicate and an impromptu DB card would manage to "remove" the seam and restore the warped card.
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I love this routine and have been using it for years~ it's so simple yet so amazing.

I always put 2 cards in my wallet and wait for an opportunity to perform it. The best part is you actually uses 2 cards -- the standard ad. sentence: "nothing is added or taken away".

I know there are variations of this routines, but frankly I didn't bother to know which is which. However I once saw a version in which the warped card can un-warp to the normal state once (i.e. when you push the card second time to the other side it turns back to the un-warp form).

I'm not sure if that is a gaffed card but looks like it is not. I wonder if it is a version from people mentioned above. If anyone knows of it, please kindly let me know.

Thanks a lot~
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On 2006-05-04 11:37, Mr.Mystico wrote:
This is my version of Cervon's ...it's beautiful, and it smokes them! A "whole" card pulled from a deck, and signed...those of you that know Card Warp, know what I'm getting at...

http://www.vidiLife.com/index.cfm?f=medi......A-9D47-2


Mystico, I'm surprised you didn't get more of a response from your video. It certainly blew me away. On the video you credited LaBak, but here you say it's your version of Cervon's. Which source would you recommend?

-Phil in KC
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Hands down, "No Fold Card Warp" is my favorite version for a card warp routine. If you guys haven't seen it, you should PM Antony Gerard for the routine, or ask him if you are in his shop or see him at Abbott's or any convention...
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Back in 1983 a guy in spain showed me a version of card warp where, with the spectator holding one end of the 'warping' card, the cover card is removed and the card is seen fully 'warped' half and half with both halves still attached to each other. The card can then be unfolded flat while in this warped state and then you and the specky finally pull/rip the two halves apart. Don't know who's the version is, but I'd be surprised if it was original with the guy who showed it to me. My knowledge of versions of card warp is limited to a the original and greenwarp so I can't give any credits but I'm sure someone here will know and it may even be one of the versions already mentioned in this thread. I'd be interested to know it's origin as I ve never seen anyone but him, and now me, do it this way.

Even if you know the effect, as I did, it's a wierd sensation to see and FEEL the warped, in tact card rip apart.

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A guy named David Ren Jenkins has a really cool version of card warp coming out on DVD called "warpone". It's one of those new "Paul Harris Presents" things.

lots of "" in that post...
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On 2006-07-24 22:08, phil in KC wrote:
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On 2006-05-04 11:37, Mr.Mystico wrote:
This is my version of Cervon's ...it's beautiful, and it smokes them! A "whole" card pulled from a deck, and signed...those of you that know Card Warp, know what I'm getting at...

http://www.vidiLife.com/index.cfm?f=medi......A-9D47-2


Mystico, I'm surprised you didn't get more of a response from your video. It certainly blew me away. On the video you credited LaBak, but here you say it's your version of Cervon's. Which source would you recommend?

-Phil in KC

I agree with Phil, this is a very deceptive version of Card Warp!
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A friend of mine in Clyde, NC showed me a business card warp that can be done impromptu several years ago. I do not know where he got it from (probably some professional who has written it up in a book & copyrighted --- I cannot keep up with all the "new" twists on old stuff, but the fact that business cards were used (and I have not read through everything written in this forum so I don't mean to mention something that has already been mentioned, excuse me !!)seems to me to be somewhat novel. The way it works is the same as the basic card warp but using business cards which are often sitting out on the counter at places you may do business, like dry cleaners, auto repair, lawyer, etc.
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Cervon's routine was great, but, in my opinion, like everything he's done, Michael Close's Version of this trick.....which he calls Dr. Strangetrick, is pretty hard to beat for everyday commercial entertainment.

Michael Close's "Worker" series are Gold Mines for COMMERCIAL material, and Dr. Strangetrick is one of his best.
Jeff
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For those of you that have been waiting for wat sees like years, lol, The Cardwarp Tour is finally available at http://www.thecardwarptour.com

Thanks
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Hello everyone!

I was trying to track down a description of the Jeff Busby effect that inspired Walton.. "Into the 4th Dimension... and Beyond".

Anyone who can help?


thanks in advance,
Dan
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Ad-copy here: https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/i......ff-busby
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After a few other card tricks, the performer patters about the fourth dimension. A card is taken from the pack and folded in half longitudinally, face inwards. It is stroked and apparently the card turns inside out, the face now being on the outside. T is no movement of the fingers. This is repeated to reverse the process. The card is then unfolded to show back and front and then unmistakably torn into quarters. The pieces are wrapped in a handkerchief (may be borrowed). Just before the hank is folded over, the pieces are again shown separate and then rubber banded through the hank. While this is being done a corner drops out onto the floor unnoticed by the conjurer. The performer and a spectator each take two corners of the hank. The card pops out restored, except for the corner. The performer notices the corner on the floor for the first time and asks the spectator to see if it fits. It does exactly. The performer then offers to restore the corner, which he does true to his word by tacking it on with a piece of masking tape. After apologizing for the poor joke and disappointing the audience, he strips off the tape. The card is now completely restored!
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