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ELima
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Favourite routines using a flip-chart? Interested in routines that can easily fit into an office environment.
I do the 'Einsteins Demise' Magic Square (Hickok) discussed recently under the Sudoko theme.
I have also used it for Osterlinds Design Duplication. One flip-chart in each end of the room. Line them up and start drawing!
Others?

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What about the Ian Rowland effect?
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Some total stage (Larry Becker)
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On 2006-01-19 17:03, DangerMouse wrote:
What about the Ian Rowland effect?



Sense of Touch ?
Mike Baxter
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What about the Ian Rowland effect?

Sense of Touch ?

I think he means 'Elephant From Matchbox' whereby the performer can correctly 'divine' the outcome of a 50/50 chance wager everytime.
This is in Ian's 'Alpha Series Lecture Notes - Set 1 : Mentalism'
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I recommend doing Max Maven's Autome as your closer. It would work well with a flip chart.

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Thanks to all. I have now booked Ian Rowland's book. Looks like a MUST read.
Does "Jaks or Better" have any similarities with Osterlind's ThoughtScan?
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A flip chart is fine for the Bermuda Triangle thing..have your cardboard 'planes' and 'ships' tacky-back with post-it glue.
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I use Fogel's version of Mental Epic. No force, no gimmicked board, just a cover and a flip pad.
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Harry, I had a similar thought. Possibly a variant of StenoESP wth a flip chart could be quite effective.

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ELima
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On 2006-01-20 13:32, Tom Jorgenson wrote:
A flip chart is fine for the Bermuda Triangle thing..have your cardboard 'planes' and 'ships' tacky-back with post-it glue.

Tried searching for Bermuda Triangle, but get a coin trick. Do you mean the one where objects disappear??
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Yes...it's in Impuzzabilities by Jim Steinmeyer, among other places.
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And the 'vanishing' plot can be used in many ways in an office environment, it's not limited to Bermuda Triangle patter.
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