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Topic: ChairLess - A Chair Prediction
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 17, 2012 01:03PM)
Hello there!

My name is Nique Tan and I come from Singapore.

I am just about to release a routine of mine called "ChairLess". It is a chair prediction type of routine, one that I've been performing for about two and a half years in my shows. Just before I release the ebook however, I'd like to give out 5 copies to the members here on the Café to review.

I do understand that not everyone fancies or performs this type of routine, but if you are interested, and can spare me just a little of your time to go through and understand the routine, please drop me a PM and I will do my best to send you your copy of the routine as soon as I can.

Much thanks in advance,

~ Nique.
Message: Posted by: lucavolpe (Apr 17, 2012 02:01PM)
Nique was very kind to send me a copy and I have to say that he has done really a good job with that!
:)
good luck my friend!
Message: Posted by: BMWGuy (Apr 17, 2012 02:52PM)
Hey guys,

Nique kindly sent me this, and he has mixed many methods from different performers and made this his own.

Very good effect and method.

If you were ever afraid, or just didn't feel like a chair test was powerful, think again.

Niques method will have you wanting to perform this.

Great job Nique!

Alex
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 17, 2012 04:46PM)
Thanks Luca and Alex for your kind words!

My apologies as well to all other members who've expressed interest in the routine; unfortunately the 5 review copies have been sent out.

Thanks to the guys sparing their time in going through the ebook.
Message: Posted by: aligator (Apr 17, 2012 05:34PM)
Pm'ed you.
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 18, 2012 04:58AM)
Greg Arce has so kindly gone through the routine and has given me permission to post his thoughts here!

"Nique has come up with a very well constructed chair routine... that doesn't involve chairs. He has taken some tried and true methods and blended them into a worker routine. I'm sure many will be pleased with this routine. The bonus here is that it packs flat yet plays very big and doesn't require you to carry around a bunch of chairs."

As an update, some of you have asked about the release of the ebook. I'm currently waiting for all my reviewers to suggest improvements for the writing of the ebook; will keep you all posted!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: aligator (Apr 18, 2012 09:36AM)
Nique was kind enough to send me a review copy yesterday though it is only this morning that I have had time to examine it. What I like about it most is that it combines the best of a traditional like chair routine with props that are easily constructed and not heavy or awkward to carry around. It is, for the most part, a stage effect. I like the use of frame boards instead of chairs.

There is some preparartion required but it need only be done once. The method is not difficult as there is only one move or sleight involved which, quite frankly, is unneccessary. One could easily do the routine without it and it would still pack a formidable punch.

I have no hesitation in recommending this, especially if you have always wanted a chair routine without the extra work involved in preparing and transporting chairs.
Message: Posted by: Stephen Young (Apr 18, 2012 04:14PM)
I have just finished reading Chairless.

It's well written and very clearly explained.
It's very definitely Pack Small, Play Big
It's a chair test without chairs, whatever next?

As has been mentioned there are no new methods here, rather a new mix of various methods used in many other effects of this nature
So what? The Beatles never used any notes that Mozart hadn't had access to.
It's how the ingredients are mixed that determines the taste of the final dish, and this is a tasty dish.

The props are simple and can be made up for very little outlay
The method/methods is/are simple and require no difficult moves

It can fill a stage for a good 10 minutes. And, with a little thought, could be played to a smaller audience if you don't do much stage work.

There is one part that I may alter to suit me, but that is purely my own choice and not necessary at all.

Recommended wholeheartedly
well done Nique

RegardsSteve
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 18, 2012 07:19PM)
Hi guys!

The ebook is almost about ready for release in a day or so; am going through it a couple more times, making some edits and additions suggested by some other performers, to make the descriptions more complete.

I really want to thank all who have taken the time to go through the routine thus far. Again, the response to review the routine has been really overwhelming and I am genuinely surprised! Many have continued to email me, kindly offering to review the routine, and I while I do not wish to turn you guys down, I really can't give out anymore copies. I really hope you all understand - please don't hate me for it!

Till then, for those of you who have any questions about ChairLess, please feel free to fire away and I'll answer them as best as I can.

~ Nique.
Message: Posted by: lostpoet (Apr 19, 2012 05:34AM)
The e-book is nicely structured, easy to read and follow. A nice introduction and Nique seems like a good guy.
Plenty of photo's are provided and he covers all the details. What I like most is Nique knows what he's talking about.
With all the e-books that continuously pop out, it's always nice to see one with experience and understanding.

Personally I'd prefer using chairs if I were to do this. I don't understand anyone hauling chairs around to perform a chair routine. If the venue has no suitable chairs I'd simply use something else but for whatever reason those that do carry chairs around will be happy, as this effect solves that load for you.

From an entertainer perspective I think it is too much. I believe in simple and direct effects. I imagine this one could get confusing for some audiences as it overloads them with letters, numbers, colors, folded writing, mixing, switching envelopes, several phases etc, there is simply a lot for an audience member to keep up with.
That is my personal opinion and as you can see it is not a concern from the other reviewers.

In the end I think many will like this effect “as is” (and use it “as is”).
I also think this e-book will appeal to most anyone and I would surely enjoy reading more by Nique.
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 19, 2012 08:28AM)
Hi lostpoet!

I do agree that using chairs will make the routine look better, and perhaps play even bigger.

My initial idea whilst developing ChairLess was to bring my own seat cushions (with the setup already in them), and then just use any chairs that were available at the event. Unfortunately I usually work alone, and so would need to be able to set up or remove anything quickly on stage. I settled with the props as outlined in the routine.

That said, I did ask lostpoet to post some of the cons as well in this thread (thank you for taking time to do so!), so as to help anyone interested in this routine to make an educated purchase decision.

Anyways, the "ChairLess" ebook is ready for release, and it is priced at USD$35. Please see my signature for details!

Let me know if anyone's got any more questions!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: voh002 (Apr 19, 2012 08:49AM)
Hi Nique.

I see you use chairs in the video, but is ChairLess almost the same routine?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlFvxY9PE7o
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 19, 2012 09:09AM)
Hi voh002!

ChairLess is a different routine. The routine you're referring to [b]isn't[/b] the one that I regularly perform; that routine was put together for my theatre show that I did last year. There's just too much work in terms of logistics and effects for me to use in my commercial shows. Looking back at that performance now, I believe I did too much!

That said, there are some [i]similarities[/i] in both routines.

In ChairLess, there are 3 distinct reveals which I believe deliver 3 nice beats for a routine of this sort.

You have a number reveal (as in a prediction of sorts), a [i]positional[/i] reveal (of who's standing where), as well as a final colour matching effect as per what you see in the link you posted.

I hope that helps!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: voh002 (Apr 19, 2012 10:24AM)
Ok. Thank you for the info. I will check out "ChairLess". It sounds like a nice routine.
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 20, 2012 05:27AM)
Voh002, thank you and I do hope you enjoy the routine.

Response to the routine has been great so far and I am really glad (and relieved too!).
Here are some other kind gentlemen who've granted me permission to post their thoughts here on "ChairLess".

[i]"A clever effect that genuinely plays big, so many layers and moments that will leave any audience perplexed."[/i] - Marc Spelmann

[i]"Nique has created a strong routine, that is very portable, well thought out and very solid. His manuscript is clear, illustrated and informative. If you enjoy chair tests, you will enjoy this."[/i] - Chris Rawlins
Message: Posted by: Stefan O. (Apr 20, 2012 05:37AM)
Wow, great testimonial by Marc - I couldn't have said it better ;-)

Love your routine, Nique... and I think I may say that I know quite a lot of chair predictions.

Best regards

Stefan
Message: Posted by: voh002 (Apr 20, 2012 08:32AM)
First of all I just want to say that Nique has an excellent service.

I haven´t performed a chair prediction yet, and like Stefan I have read a lot of chair predictions. This is probably the routine I like the most and will actually perform if I want to include such routine in my show. It packs small, and have 3 mind-blowing revelations and it is easy to do. The instructions on the pdf is well written and nicely explained. If you want to perform a chair prediction, you must definitely check this out. Honestly!
Message: Posted by: lucavolpe (Apr 20, 2012 10:01AM)
Nique was not sure if release this routine then I conviced him that was going to be great...I am now happy to see that has received many good reviews...BRAVO!
:)
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 20, 2012 11:27AM)
Stefan - Thanks for your kind words on the routine!
voh002 - I'm glad you like the routine. Do let me know if there's anything you'd like to discuss further about the routine.
Luca - Thank you for your encouragement early on in this release!

Just to clarify, this isn't an instant download; I send out each copy personally to you after you make your purchase, so do be patient. I usually get back to you really quick though.
PM or email me to place your order.

Do feel free to shoot me any questions you guys may have about ChairLess.

~ Nique.
Message: Posted by: ThatsJustWrong! (Apr 20, 2012 03:43PM)
I had an opportunity to review this also and am pleased to add my voice to the positive reports this far posted. It's a great routine with an easy, one-time set up, a well paced series of climaxes, and is profound in its simplicity. The books itself is well presented and easy to read, and this is a real worker. Congratulations on a job well done, Nique!
Message: Posted by: sacramentohypnosis (Apr 21, 2012 06:43AM)
I'm not sure who the performer was off the top of my head, but I am sure that I have seen
a chair test routine done before without chairs.

In fact I'm certain that the idea of a chairless chair test is not new...

If anyone can remember who did a "chairless" chair test first please post
the information, and if I remember first I'll do the same.

This does look interesting, though.
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 21, 2012 09:45AM)
Hi sacramentohypnosis,

I do know that Patrick Redford performs one without chairs; it's outlined in his manuscript, [i]Ensconced Fundament[/i]. Derren Brown has performed similar routines as well on his specials, [i]The System[/i], and I believe another on his [i]Trick or Treat[/i] specials, the former based on the theme of probability, the latter on superstition. Beautiful stuff! David Berglas also has a brilliant routine, [i]ESPacology[/i] which uses no chairs. These inspirations are mentioned in my manuscript.

There may be a few other routines I've missed out (I can't have seen or read them all) - but yes, I'm definitely not the first to perform this genre of routines without the use of chairs.

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: ThatsJustWrong! (Apr 21, 2012 10:12PM)
I think Nique made a credible effort to detail his sources and inspirations in his pdf.

I suffered through a grueling forty-five whole minutes of constructing the props this week. This ten minute routine cost me eight bucks with a Michael's coupon. I gave it a run in front of a small crowd today and I state again that this is defnitely a worker and will have a place on my stage.

Great job, Nique!
Message: Posted by: nique (Apr 21, 2012 11:17PM)
Joe Leo, I'm really glad you've taken the time to prepare the props and also given the routine a spin. Also, thanks for your additional suggestions and ideas you've sent me too. Many have emailed me their ideas as well, and it has really shed new light on the routine itself, and different ways to look at it, even for me.

Let me know if there are any more questions on the routine!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: nique (May 5, 2012 11:39PM)
Hi guys! :)

ChairLess is now available at:

[url]http://www.lybrary.com/chairless-a-chair-prediction-p-170869.html[/url]

Thanks for all your support thus far!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: Doughlas (May 6, 2012 05:29PM)
To anyone that is still undecided on this effect, I'd like to say purchase it. You won't be disappointed, especially if you like Chair Tests! I already contacted Nique to let him know that this routine is replacing the chair test I currently have in my show. I'll be changing the final reveal to suit my own style, but this one is a winner. The ebook is well written, plenty of photos to help guide you in the construction of the props. The development of the props are extremely simply, I doubt anyone would have trouble putting them together.

If you've never done a chair test before and have always thought about doing one, then take the plunge on this ChairLess!
Message: Posted by: nique (May 7, 2012 11:18PM)
Doughlas,

Thanks so much for your kind comments, and as I mentioned to you, I'm genuinely glad that many have expressed positive feedback with regard to ChairLess, and am flattered you actually consider it worthy enough to [i]replace[/i] the routine you were using! :)

I am also delighted that Jheff has kindly put up a review on Marketplace of the Mind; you can read his thoughts here:

[url]http://www.marketplaceofthemind.com/chai.html[/url]

Thanks once again for your support!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: yin_howe (May 14, 2012 01:57AM)
I have just got this and had a quick read. The ebook is well written.
The routine is easy to do and you have the seemingly impossible outcome.
I am a hobbyist and have no prior experience with chair test/predictions type routines, but I'll most definitely make this up to perform.
Message: Posted by: Colin (May 14, 2012 02:03AM)
It's always nice reading a routine which has clearly been well performed and all the nuances figured out. The effect is strong but easy for the audience to follow an does have a few 'wow' moments built in. This routine is a great mix of previous methods mixed together to create something new and devious!

Col
Message: Posted by: ThatsJustWrong! (May 14, 2012 08:13AM)
I'm still using this, Nique, but I'm having a small problem with it. I'm having so ***ed much fun that it's taking too much time! I'm willing to bet that rubber animal noses didn't play into your original concept for this. Thanks again!
Message: Posted by: nique (May 14, 2012 11:15PM)
Hey Colin, thanks for the kind words mate - means much coming from a mind such as yours! :)
Thanks also for taking time to go through the manuscript.

[quote]
On 2012-05-14 09:13, that'sJustWrong! wrote:
I'm willing to bet that rubber animal noses didn't play into your original concept for this. Thanks again!
[/quote]

WHAT???
Message: Posted by: ThatsJustWrong! (May 15, 2012 08:56PM)
First, let me note that I perform almost exclusively for adults. I've noticed in the back and forth of handing out and trading envelopes that the volunteers often become lost and forget what letter they were standing under, etc so I encourage this by moving them around a bit. When the confusion about getting back to their letters ensues, I start handing out rubber animal noses (Anteater, Bunny, Cat, Dog) to 'help' them remember their letters. Silly, but folks eat it up and, for sanitary reasons, I let them keep the noses as souvenirs. They run about fifty cents apiece bought in bulk, but I'm thinking of switching to headband ears...
Message: Posted by: Stefan O. (May 16, 2012 01:56AM)
:)

I equip them with colored dwarf hats!
Message: Posted by: nique (May 18, 2012 02:57AM)
Okay... You guys have really taken this routine beyond me!!! :)
Message: Posted by: ThatsJustWrong! (May 18, 2012 11:27AM)
We may have mutilated your baby a little, Nique, but the fact remains that you have created a terrific, fun, easily transported routine that audiences are eating up. Congratulations!
Message: Posted by: yin_howe (May 24, 2012 01:53AM)
Finally got the props made up! looking forward to performing it!
Message: Posted by: nique (Jun 21, 2012 08:26AM)
Hi guys,

It's been some time since the release of this routine, and I'd like to once again thank all who took the plunge with it. The response has been more than I had hoped for. Thank you!

I also wanted to share this, as it literally [i]just[/i] arrived in my email - really made my day. It's a review on the routine from another performer I look up to, and he has graced me with a testimonial.

[i]"There are chair tests, and there are chair tests... but nothing like "ChairLess". Nique Tan has woven together some brilliant ploys along with seamless thinking, to create a fooler that is not difficult to prepare, easy to perform, and wallops a knockout of impact. He has made an already high bar; almost totally out of reach. It is that good."[/i] - Marc Salem

And thanks to all who've been bouncing ideas over email as well! :)

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: Stefan O. (Jun 22, 2012 04:41AM)
Great quote from mMrc - your routine deserves it! :)

Best

Stefan
Message: Posted by: nique (Jun 23, 2012 09:21PM)
Thank you again Stefan. :)

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: magicinsight (Jun 25, 2012 10:52AM)
I purchased and downloaded Chairless night and I was able to rea though the manuscript this morning. It is an excellent chair routine that has multiple predictions. All of the choices made the spectators as to where they want to stand (or sit if using chairs whcih is not necessary) and what envelopes they want are freely made. The spectators can switch the envelopes that they have received after they were initially mixed up by another spectator. This is a very fun and entertaining "chair" test that can be adapted to your own needs and routine if you so desire. All of the supplies needed can be found at your well stocked stationary/ofice supply. I am very pleased with my purchase. Nique was also kind enough to promptly respond to a question I had regarding part of the routine. THis is a terrific "chair" routine that is meant to be used without chairs but can certainly be used with chairs. Highly Recommended.

Michael
Message: Posted by: nique (Jun 26, 2012 12:17PM)
Hey Michael,

Thanks for the kind comments, and I am truly glad that you are pleased with your purchase. From our PMs, it is already evident that you've got some presentation ideas of your own in delivering the routine!

As always, I'd be happy to help with any questions or queries about the routine; just shoot me a PM or an email. :)

Thanks guys!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: Kane Mouri (Jul 12, 2012 10:16PM)
I've purchased this and have already begun to use it in my parlor show, with Beethoven's 5th symphony playing in the background during the revelation. :)
I've received very strong reactions, which builds on each revelation. However I've had several audience say to me on different occasions that the multiple revelation was a bit of an overkill. That even though technically thought out each revelation is impossible, the 2nd and 3rd revelation had less impact then the first.

I've come up with a (still slightly knacky) possible solution of the final revelation being a revelation of each spectators initial. I slightly borrowed this idea from Luca Volpe's chair test where he has a very personal climax. Would love some feedback on this!
Message: Posted by: nique (Jul 15, 2012 11:08AM)
Hi Kane,

Sorry, I missed your post till now!

I do agree that maybe I've packed too many reveals into the routine; I do reveal each of the climaxes in succession at a brisk pace, and maybe that's why it works for me. Before people start thinking too much about the 1st, I'm releasing the 2nd one and before they can react too long with that, I close with the 3rd.

As mentioned in the manuscript I almost do not allow the audience to applaud for the first two reveals, at times even interrupting if it starts. Then at the end, I let them go at it.

I was thinking to tweak the routine to suit you better, you could perhaps do away with the 2nd reveal - just do the 1st number prediction, followed by the final colour matching reveal (maybe?). It's just a suggestion of the top of my head though. I hope that helps, and thanks for purchasing the routine! If you've any questions or comments do let me know; I sincerely hope you enjoy your purchase.

And a [b]BIG[/b] thanks to you folks too, for making [i]ChairLess[/i] one of the top 10 items on the "Hot List" at lybrary.com! I don't really know what that is, but I'm assuming it's something good! :)

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: Kane Mouri (Jul 17, 2012 09:57AM)
I noticed that when I switch the 2nd reveal with the 3rd reveal I get more of a climax. Nique do you have any thoughts on this?
By the way, I change *you, me* for *lady, magician* obviously using 3 ladies. But I am planning on changing this to the initial (name only) of each individual participant.
Message: Posted by: nique (Jul 17, 2012 07:26PM)
Kane, I'll PM you!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: nique (Oct 9, 2012 07:35PM)
It's my birthday!!! :)
I had a great birthday this year; although it began with a show in the morning, but I celebrated it with my family over a nice dinner and a delicious Tiramisu.

The number "3" will be playing a significant role this year for me (I just turned 33 on the 9th of October); just thought I'd try something fun! If you haven't gotten [i]"ChairLess"[/i] yet, here's your chance!!! This is for the first 13 members who take part in this silly little game of mine!

Here we go:

Instead of the retail price of USD$35, the first 3 people to post [i]"Happy Birthday Nique!"[/i] on this thread will get the pdf at 33% of the price, USD$11.55!!! Read that again; that's not 33% "OFF", that's 33% "OF" the price - you only pay USD$11.55!

Remember, that's only for the [b]first 3[/b] posts here!

After that:

The next 10 who post will get it at 33% "OFF", at USD$23.45!

Post here to book your spot, then PM me with your email details for me to send you your copy! :)

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: RichOrvec (Oct 9, 2012 09:05PM)
Happy Birthday Nique!

PM sent.
Message: Posted by: Atlas (Oct 9, 2012 09:10PM)
A genuine, and unreserved Happy Birthday Nique! I appreciate our interaction and wish you and yours the best over the year to come!

Atlas
Message: Posted by: nique (Oct 9, 2012 09:46PM)
Thank you Atlas; much appreciated! Let me know if you'd like to chat about any more of your ideas! :)

Oh yes, it being a birthday kind of deal, I'll close it in 24 hours.
If the spots aren't filled up, I'll just leave it at that!
Thanks for looking nonetheless!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: ash2arani (Oct 10, 2012 02:11AM)
I already have Chairless, nonethless, Happy Birthday Nique :) Have a great one.
Message: Posted by: amazingvijay (Oct 10, 2012 06:11AM)
Happy Birthday !

Vijay
Message: Posted by: Franky (Oct 10, 2012 12:55PM)
Happy Birthday Nique!

PM sent.

Herbert
Message: Posted by: mralincoln (Oct 10, 2012 03:53PM)
Happy Birthday, Nique!

Sending PM
Message: Posted by: nique (Oct 10, 2012 03:59PM)
Alrighty the first 3 copies have gone, and we're into the next 10!
I'll keep this deal up for a couple more hours!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: Myke Phillips (Oct 10, 2012 06:04PM)
Happy birthday Nique!

Regards
Myke
Message: Posted by: tenchu (Oct 10, 2012 06:36PM)
I wish I had $23.45, but anyway. Happy Birthday Nique!

Mike
Message: Posted by: nique (Oct 10, 2012 08:24PM)
Mike... LOL.

Alrighty folks, the deal's come to a close!

Thanks for watching, and also to the few gentlemen who took the plunge with the routine! :)

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: Myke Phillips (Oct 13, 2012 02:41PM)
 The ChairLess routine is a routine that is so elegantly thought out. Every aspect of this routine is explained exceptionally well and in detail. 

Nique knows the chair test plot inside out and has studied every method, has applied only the ones that provide a very clean and very direct chair test routine without chairs. 

There is a point in this routine that will have even the knowledgable magicians scratching  their heads. 

Nique gives credit where credit is due. 

Personally, I really like this routine and I will be adding it to my performances. 

I highly recommend Nique's routine to anyone. 

I take my hat off to you Nique for a great routine well thought out. 

Best
Myke phillips
Message: Posted by: nique (Oct 15, 2012 11:58PM)
Hey Myke!

Thank you for your kind words on the routine, I am truly flattered.

I wouldn't say that I've studied [i]every[/i] method for the plot, in fact I'm pretty sure that I [i]can't[/i] have! However, in terms of practicality versus effect, I am quite happy with this routine and I regularly perform it in every show I do here in Singapore.

I'd be honoured you consider it worthy for inclusion in your programme!

For the rest reading, do shoot me any questions you may have with the routine.

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: Wolfmindreader (Feb 18, 2013 09:12AM)
Guys, Dolls

A few months ago I bought "Chairless" via Lybrary.com.
This saturday I had the opportunity to read it in full detail and I would like to thank Nique for writing this ebook and sharing it with the mentalism community.

I love this routine.
It is well structured, I think this will be very fun to perform and the "sleights" in this routine are so fun to practice...I mean; there is a phase in the routine where the participants can choose to switch envelopes..There is a "sleight" involved in this process which is so bold...so simple you can't help but laugh when you're practicing.

I think I will have a lot of fun performing this routine!
Message: Posted by: nique (Feb 22, 2013 10:55AM)
Whoops - missed this.

Thank you Beckers and Daniëls, am really glad you enjoyed your purchase. Do let me know via PM if you've any questions about the routine!

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: ThatsJustWrong! (Feb 22, 2013 06:28PM)
Still using it, Nique, and it still kills! I'm running out of animal noses, though!
Message: Posted by: GCanuzzi (Feb 22, 2013 09:04PM)
I think I'll buy in the next days and from all these positive feedbacks I'm sure that I won't be disappointed.I'll also share my opinion :)
Message: Posted by: GCanuzzi (Feb 23, 2013 08:21AM)
I'd like to ask to those who have this,if can be performed by a new person in mentalism or is it bold and could make me feel a bit nervous?
Message: Posted by: nique (Feb 28, 2013 07:25AM)
[quote]
On 2013-02-22 19:28, that'sJustWrong! wrote:
Still using it, Nique, and it still kills! I'm running out of animal noses, though!
[/quote]

Good to know Joe, good to know.

GCanuzzi, this routine is almost self-working... almost.

There are only 2 points in the routine that I can think of, where someone new to performing might need some "guts" to get comfortable with executing. However, it's nothing too difficult; bold, but not difficult.

Lots of rehearsal time will help curb this.

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: GCanuzzi (Feb 28, 2013 09:22AM)
Thanks Nique,i'm clicking the 'buy botton' on the lybrary :)
I'll share my opinion very soon ;)
Message: Posted by: nique (Feb 28, 2013 04:38PM)
Thank you GCanuzzi!

Let me know if you've any problems via PM and I'll walk you through the whole mess. :)

~ Nique
Message: Posted by: GCanuzzi (Feb 28, 2013 07:59PM)
I'm a fan of chair routines and trust me if I tell you that this is a winner :)
Direct and powerful.Personally there's only one point in the routine that I think I will not perform but it's optional,the routine remains very very powerful and clever and if you feel comfortable you can also add the optional thing.This is a must for everyone that likes this kind of routine but also for those who want to add something very very good to their repertory.Thanks Nique to share this with us :)

Giuseppe
Message: Posted by: nique (Mar 2, 2013 07:40PM)
Giuseppe,

Glad that you're happy with your purchase.

Regarding that optional "thing"; you can eliminate it completely, or what I'd recommend is instead of doing it with all 3 of the spectators, only allow one of them the option to do it. Hope that made sense?

~ Nique