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Topic: Best Penguin Live for Stack Effects
Message: Posted by: DrBrewhaha (Apr 11, 2018 10:24AM)
After watching Patrick Redford Live 3 I am searching for other Penguin Lives that feature great stack effects? Any suggestions?
Message: Posted by: adiabaticman (Apr 11, 2018 03:49PM)
Woody Aragon's second Penguin Live is great for this. I really hope they get Simon Aronson some day.
Message: Posted by: MorrisCH (Apr 11, 2018 04:35PM)
I second Woody Aragon's Penguin Live as well, maybe possibilities with the stack deck that he used in that lecture
but my favorite Penguin Lecture on stack deck of all time is Vincent Hedan's lecture
he's work on TTCBE combine with Mem deck is out of this world
if you're into jazzing with mem deck, this lecture is for you
Message: Posted by: dylanxtay (Apr 15, 2018 04:10AM)
Do check out Roberto Giobbi's first penguin live lecture. His "Calling the Cards" routine is a phenomenal piece of magic that uses that something that we all know and love.
Message: Posted by: dgiancaspro (Apr 15, 2018 12:46PM)
The First Darwin Ortiz Lecture has some good memory deck stuff that works with any stack.
Message: Posted by: Patrick Redford (May 3, 2018 01:55PM)
The Redford Stack can also do much of what Woody talks about on his lecture as well! I hear that Patrick Redford might have actually even been in audience - though it's hard to say. I hardly recognize him somedays!
Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (May 4, 2018 03:00AM)
[quote]On Apr 15, 2018, dgiancaspro wrote:
The First Darwin Ortiz Lecture has some good memory deck stuff that works with any stack. [/quote]

My favorite Penguin Lecture, strong cardmagic, sure:

http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/3738
Message: Posted by: Nicolino (May 7, 2018 03:45AM)
Jan Forster uses nothing more than a mem deck to show the real deal in terms of mindreading.