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Topic: It's the Rules
Message: Posted by: SDR (Sep 14, 2003 08:18AM)
I have been told this is an outstanding effect by Bob Sheets. Does anyone know a dealer that stocks it?
Message: Posted by: Steve Pellegrino (Sep 14, 2003 08:22AM)
You can get this from Denny & Lee - [url]http://www.dennymagic.com[/url]

It's a great routine!
Message: Posted by: Larry Davidson (Sep 14, 2003 11:44AM)
As Steve mentions, it's available ONLY from Denny & Lee's Magic Studio, and I agree that it's a great routine.

Larry D.
Message: Posted by: thehawk (Sep 18, 2003 07:08AM)
It would be nice to see a demo of this. Just love watching Bob Sheets in action.
Message: Posted by: martyk (Sep 19, 2003 08:50PM)
I bought it 'straight away' since I used to do the Sachs routine and since I love wat ching Bob do anythig. I found it very confusing and very rapid )adding to the confusion) The new move for large dice is a wonderful addition to the arsenal.
Message: Posted by: odroj88 (Sep 20, 2003 09:51AM)
How does it compare to Reed McClintock and Steve Dobson's [url=http://www.themagicbakery.com]The Ivory Connection[/url]. I am thinking about purchasing one or the other because I do not feel it is necessary to perform two dice routines. Thanks a lot.
Message: Posted by: JasonDean (Sep 20, 2003 12:02PM)
By far it's the best Dice routine I've seen. I carry dice all time for this one. Get this one and master it,you wont regret it!
Message: Posted by: Dave Shepherd (Sep 22, 2003 09:19PM)
I believe it's worth it to get the video, just to learn his work on the "dice move."

Incidentally, you can get the larger dice needed for Bob's routine at dollar stores. One in my area has a little blister-pack of five dice, of different colors, the right size, for a buck. So you get two packs and let four friends share the $2.00 cost!
Message: Posted by: Steve Pellegrino (Sep 22, 2003 10:09PM)
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On 2003-09-20 10:51, odroj88 wrote:
How does it compare to Reed's Ivory Connection. I am thinking about purchasing one or the other because I do not feel it is necessary to perform two dice routines. Thanks a lot.
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They are completely different routines and your personal presentation style should be the deciding factor. It would not be a bad investment to purchase both - especially if you want to do the dice routine (add the James Lewis video to the list as well). I try to read and watch as much as I can on a specific effect if it's something I am considering doing. Buying all three videos is a small investment for a killer routine.
Message: Posted by: Andy Charlton (Sep 26, 2003 05:51AM)
I never go anywhere without a pair of dice, (They fit perfectly into the ticket pocket on a pair of jeans.) Love Bob's routine, it's by far my most performed effect.

cheers

andy
Message: Posted by: shane_delon (Sep 26, 2003 08:45AM)
Or if you happen to watch Bob Sheets lecture somewhere he will likely have some with him.
Message: Posted by: James Harrison (Sep 29, 2003 08:11AM)
You can get a copy of Bob's tape at http://www.schoolforscoundrels.com

Plus a bunch of other routines by Bob and other magicians.


Hope that helps your search.