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sohaib
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Aronson:

Histed Heisted
The Invisible Card
Two Beginnings
Past, Present, Future
Everybody's Lazy
Four-Part Harmony
Twice as Hard
Method to/in Our Madness

Ortiz:

Zen Master
The Last Laugh

Tamariz:

Control in chaos (Mnemonica)
Tamariz/Four of a Kind
Crown Jewels
Four Stop Intersection

Close:

Invisible Deck
Luckiest Cards in Las Vegas
The Birthday Book

Ackerman:

Invisible Jokers
Finally Matched

Others:

Mental Triumph
Martin Joyal's Poupart Trick
Steve Ehler's 3-Card Location

Anything missing?
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ACAAN. Difficult to do with a MD but one of the greatest if you can do without showing your thinking.
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Hello, sohib,

Tamariz's "Mnemonicosis" in Mnemonica.


BTW, where can I find AcKerman's "Invisible Jokers" and "Finally Matched"?
I checked up his books Las Vegas Kardma and Here's My Card in vain.


@Jay@
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Any Card At Any Number
Histed Heisted

Four Stop Intersection is Simon Aronson's effect, it's in "Bound to Please".
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I like that list a lot. Amazingly, it matches most of my own thoughts. ACAAN would be one of my additions, but that's been mentioned. Here's one more great one:

Unforgettable by Pit Hartling

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Named Cards to Pocket is a great one too. Tamariz has a few different ones in his book.
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Where did you get Four Stop Intersection from Tamariz ?
I would add from Tamariz, Everything in order, maximum climax !
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"Do You Want to Continue?" by Barrie Richardson from his excellent book TOTM. Although I have never used it before, I think this is a very good effect.
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Divination is also good.
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I can't wait to try some of these effects. I'm currenlty learning the Aronson stack.
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What about Ackerman's Opener? It uses a tetradistic stack.. Amazing 3 phase routine with an impromptu invisible deck effect in the middle of it
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Yo can do a STOP trick with a memo stack: let them name any card, deal the cards in their hand: when they say stop you deal out the named card. Very good as a impromptu effect.
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On 2006-11-26 03:24, Kjellstrom wrote:
Yo can do a STOP trick with a memo stack: let them name any card, deal the cards in their hand: when they say stop you deal out the named card. Very good as a impromptu effect.


How would this wok? Cut the deck then glide?
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On 2006-11-26 03:30, Drizz wrote:
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On 2006-11-26 03:24, Kjellstrom wrote:
Yo can do a STOP trick with a memo stack: let them name any card, deal the cards in their hand: when they say stop you deal out the named card. Very good as a impromptu effect.


How would this wok? Cut the deck then glide?


Estimation: Second Deal or Center Deal !
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Try doing Richard Osterlind's routine with a MD. Even though he uses his BCS the routine could form the basis of a good MD routine. You could then add effects that do rely on a MD rather than just a cyclical stack.This could also form the basis of some good jazzing.
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I'd have to say John Borns ACAAN using his meant to be system. Have not actually tried it yet, but after reading it, it lookes like its going to kill. If you have not read his book "meant to be" yet. Your missing an incredible read. Probably my favorite book of all time. Bakers Bested is another favorite of mine from his book as well.
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Among these listed, I absolutely love Everybody's Lazy and Methods to Our Madness. ACAAN using an estimation cut followed by, if necessary, a DL (or TL) or Erdnase change. If you miss by more than that, you can work your way out of it, but you should probably spend more time working on your estimation cut. At the risk of tooting my own horn, I'm also partial to my own Jazzy Sarah.
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On 2006-11-25 23:59, Deluzion wrote:
Divination is also good.

Ah, of course! How could I fail to mention this?! A Divination routine that is structured well - such as the one Tamariz recommends in Mnemonica - is powerful indeed!


Posted: Nov 26, 2006 5:32pm
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On 2006-11-25 17:15, Simon Bakker wrote:

Any Card At Any Number
Histed Heisted

Four Stop Intersection is Simon Aronson's effect, it's in "Bound to Please".

Simon, you're right. With such a lengthy list, I was bound to get something mixed up!


Posted: Nov 26, 2006 5:35pm
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On 2006-11-25 13:46, Steve Suss wrote:
ACAAN. Difficult to do with a MD but one of the greatest if you can do without showing your thinking.

As you imply Steve, it's all about presentation. I make the calculations as I talk and patter, and then do a turnover pass as I place the cards into the spectator's hands.


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On 2006-11-25 15:37, Jay Elf wrote:
Hello, sohib,

Tamariz's "Mnemonicosis" in Mnemonica.


BTW, where can I find Ackerman's "Invisible Jokers" and "Finally Matched"?
I checked up his books Las Vegas Kardma and Here's My Card in vain.


@Jay@

I do this all the time, and it is powerful!
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Past Present and Future is great--and for the Future card I do a cold reading based on the Future's card's number and suit, before the reveal. It's very powerful.

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Aronson's Twice as Hard is the most brilliant mem deck trick I know but very difficult to do the calculations while pattering.
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