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Topic: Regal's mentalism
Message: Posted by: david_a_whitehead (Nov 5, 2003 11:05PM)
What do you guys think of the mentalism david regal puts out in his books? I actually think they are pretty good...at leasat the ones in close up and personal are. constant fooling didn't have quite so many...but he is a huge fan of equivoque
Message: Posted by: Nir Dahan (Nov 6, 2003 12:41AM)
He has a beautiful routine with beads in different colors on a colored string.
Message: Posted by: GoranS (Nov 6, 2003 04:15AM)
His routines "Off-color thought" and "Not This" have I tried a few times and they work great. The effect "Not this" is perfect for impromptue situations.
They both are described in Constant Fooling 2
Message: Posted by: psychic (Nov 6, 2003 06:57AM)
Triple Vision is worth checking out too. I made up a set myself after watching his DVD. Its great stuff
Message: Posted by: david_a_whitehead (Nov 6, 2003 09:19AM)
Yeah, I really like perchance to dream, all strung out, and out of this borough
Message: Posted by: Tim Zager (Nov 6, 2003 09:45AM)
I like the way David will take a typically bland effect (at least in many people's hands) and turn it into very entertaining theatre. Especially true with his effect "Journey to Love" in Constant Fooling.

Tim