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Thomas Rudolfo
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The main difference is: When you ribbon spread SS stacked cards on a table within minutes you find the pattern in it.

WIth BCS you can study the cards days or weeks and won't find a pattern and yet its easy to laern and use. My favourite stack I use.

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Exactly Thomas.

It is without doubt one of the greatest additions to card mentalism there is. Combine it with Marc Spelmann's Glimpse, and you have quite simply stunning mindreading with cards.

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My favorite one is a deck of cards.
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On 2005-11-24 10:26, Vision wrote:
My favorite one is a deck of cards.


Totally agree, it's one of the best.
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On 2005-11-24 08:41, aussiemagic wrote:
Sorry but what is PCT and BCS? Is PCT Perfect center tear?


Absolutely. I've done a good 20-30 minutes on a plane with nothing but the PCT. And you've already read that BCS is Breakthrough Card System. While each of these items probably owe something to That Which Has Come Before, I think we owe Richard Osterlind a big vote of "thanks" for providing them to us. People who *know* about center tears and stacked decks are mystified by the PCT and BCS.

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Indeed Chet. Quite sensational really, and it only scrapes the surface of the excellent material that constantly comes from Mr Osterlind.

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Si,
Where do I find the Spelmann Glimpse?
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On 2005-11-24 11:48, sjdavison wrote:
Indeed Chet. Quite sensational really, and it only scrapes the surface of the excellent material that constantly comes from Mr Osterlind.


One has to wonder when that well will run dry. How much more CAN Richard Osterlind produce?? The mind boggles. Still - he's given us enough to last a few decades already. (I'm speaking like this is a eulogy or something!)

And Parson Gary: Why would one want to glimpse a spellmann? (Icky-poo!)

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On 2005-11-25 00:11, Parson Gary Smith wrote:
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Where do I find the Spelmann Glimpse?
Peace,
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http://www.mjmmagic.com/pages-productinf......ann.html

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Glimpse is indeed great. And the fact that mr Osterlind endorses it only makes it stronger!

It is a nice tool - it does not change the effects that you will be doing, but makes what you are doing even more impossible. It also has the nice benefit of throwing off anyone with a vague knowledge of stacks, or those sceptical of a marked deck.

Better than a normal peek? Possibly. But if you have it with you, why not use it.

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