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Daniel PERIS
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Here my version of the 5 thought cards : use the Peristance (generalization of Gilbreath) :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aym-NmRaiZI

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On 2009-08-16 05:14, Daniel PERIS wrote:
Here my version of the 5 thought cards : use the Peristance (generalization of Gilbreath) :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aym-NmRaiZI

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That is very good. Looks impossible.
I really want to add this routine to my card arsenal.

[Allan Ackerman´s: Impromptu Paul Fox, has similar effect (4 spectators), but a different method/principle]
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Daniel

Thank you for that video - very good.

Philip
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For those who are interested, Daniel's book (English version) is available here:
http://www.mjmmagic.com/store/the-perist......180.html
My English sucks, I know it. It's probably better than your French anyway...
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On 2009-08-09 11:13, Retchin wrote:
How many other principles are in Card Concepts by Arthur McTier? Are they very useful? I know that the Gilbreath is.

Earlier in this thread (2004) Kephri claims there is about 29. Not all of them are equally useful and McTier only gives one or two examples for each principle, except for Gilbreath were he gives about 30...
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Daniel PERIS
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Thanks Mats Kjellstrom for your interest about my version of the 5 thought cards.
If you understood the Peristance principe, then you can understand my version.

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On 2009-08-16 06:57, Kjellstrom wrote:
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On 2009-08-16 05:14, Daniel PERIS wrote:
Here my version of the 5 thought cards : use the Peristance (generalization of Gilbreath) :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aym-NmRaiZI

Daniel.


That is very good. Looks impossible.
I really want to add this routine to my card arsenal.

[Allan Ackerman´s: Impromptu Paul Fox, has similar effect (4 spectators), but a different method/principle]


... and to add Ackerman's is simpler ...
Daniel PERIS
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...and more easy to undestand!

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magicphill
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Does anyone have a contents list of Woody Aragon's Cosas Mias book ?

Also I've noticed he has several other books Woodysmo, A la Carta can anyone tell me the breakdown of these books i.e is it mainly self working stuff or sleight heavy ?
MikeM
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On Jan 9, 2002, Jim Morton wrote:
Lonnie,



A couple years ago, I wrote a short article that explains how the Gilbreath Principle works. Check your email. If anyone else is interested, drop me a line and I'll email it to you.



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Hi Jim

I came upon your thread relating the Gilbreath Principle.

My email address is mikemcm@talktalk.net -I really would appreciate reading your pdf file on this subject.

Kind Regards

Mike
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I don't know much about this principle except that in Howard Hamburg's DVD he has a great effect utilizing this principle, I like stuff like this
rickreation
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Hector Chadwick has a delightful effect based on this principle.
Harry Lorayne
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I've published a few pretty good routines based on the Gilbreath principle in one or two of my books.
[email]harrylorayne@earthlink.net[/email]

http://www.harrylorayne.com
http://www.harryloraynemagic.com
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I guess that Up The Ante needs a mention here.......!
Have you tried 'Up The Ante' yet?? The ultimate gambling demo....a self-working wonder! See the reviews here on the cafe.
LesL
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Up the Ante squeezes about as much as you can from a Gilbreath stacked deck. But it is long and not very magical. I think spectators feel that you have stacked the deck, they just don't know how.
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I guess that it depends on how you interract with your audience......
Have you tried 'Up The Ante' yet?? The ultimate gambling demo....a self-working wonder! See the reviews here on the cafe.
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