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paisa23
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I love DG routine and I'm going to look into Party animal, And Funny Farm has a great one as well with a color kicker. But the only thing that I didn't like is I don't have the most invisible Pass and if it is going to fool those in the Know well then you need quite a bit of Mis-D to get away with it. But all in all the effect is great.
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I think in a recent Genii Magazine, appeared an in-the-hands triumph by Shoot Ogawa. I could not remember in which month exactly but I liked it quite.

But the one I love most, but I think it has not been published anywhere, is Miguel Angel Gea´s one.

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On 2005-09-26 00:36, edh wrote:
Frank, What is the name of the Bannon book?


Dear Mr. Fantasy.
If you local shop does not have one for you, let me know.
I have them.

p.s.
Sankey's Back in Time is a good effect. Not as nice as the classic but nice.
But do yourself a favor, don't do it like Jay does on his DVDs. He steps all over his own magic with his frenetic pace. I've seen it done well. For godssake, slow down to a snail's pace at the end.
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If your looking for a Triumph routine than I say go download the one at http://www.penginmagic.com. I use it all the time and I like and the people I do it to seem to like it.

If your looking for a Triumph that well blow there minds than check out the instand download on http://www.penguinmagic.com Emerage Triumphen or something like that it awesome.
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On 2005-09-26 12:34, Frank Starsini wrote:
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On 2005-09-26 00:36, edh wrote:
Frank, What is the name of the Bannon book?


Dear Mr. Fantasy.
If you local shop does not have one for you, let me know.
I have them.

p.s.
Sankey's Back in Time is a good effect. Not as nice as the classic but nice.
But do yourself a favor, don't do it like Jay does on his DVDs. He steps all over his own magic with his frenetic pace. I've seen it done well. For godssake, slow down to a snail's pace at the end.


With almost no change in handling at all,you can do last man standing(Bannon) with two selections,and have the card in hand ending(back in time)for the 2nd selection,and the exact display and shuffle for the 1st selection.
And the card in hand cleans up the face up card at the end of last man standing.
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I too love the Garcia version, simple and powerful!
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As mentioned above, JC Wagner has a new handling on his Lecture DVD from MacMillan's England Convention. The final display is killer. You can learn more here:

http://www.jcwagnersmagic.com

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What would you say the difficulty level of the Garcia,Wagner,Bannon,Skankey,Cummings versions ?(i have about 9 months of practice)
Johnathan P. you have my intrest peek with what you say about the Cummings version as well as the Hollingworth version .Where might I find the Hollingworth treat?
Thanks again for the help!!So many resources an so few $
Bryan
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In "Pasteboard Presentations," there is a nice triumph type effect around the presentation of a marked deck (Aces being Marked). I like that one along with Sankey's Back in Time.

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I have a standing triumph routine on my Brainstorm DVDs (vol. 2) called "Party Animal." It has a nice kicker too!
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See Walk-Around Triumph by Meir Yedid in his book Magical Wishes. Direct and effective.
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Back in Time is awesome.
I know triupth effects can be done with a normal deck, but Jon Allen's infinity deck is very convincing and mind boggling.
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