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mudd
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That's sweet man, some of those changes are awesome. I wish all the magic clips on youtube were this well made
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Nice stuff, indeed.
Should be called "close change" due to the voice at the beginning...
Althoug I must say that some (weird shaking) movements are unnecessarily done.
mudd
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I have never seen the Invisible Palm Performed with the last card visually vanishing from the face of the deck....maybe I am just extremely deprived....
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Surely he is a 'Sleight Artist'. Do you want to be a Sleight Artist too? I prefer a (seemingly) Sleightless Artist.

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On 2007-01-20 11:14, mudd wrote:
I have never seen the Invisible Palm Performed with the last card visually vanishing from the face of the deck....maybe I am just extremely deprived....


You're not extremely deprived, or at least not in this case. That was a really amazing version of Invisible Aces. He's got some really smooth techniques going on.
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I wish all the guys who posted on youtube were this good or better. too bad about 90 percent of people who put their stuff on there generally suck and have little to no skill at all.
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One word....WOW
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Brilliant huh? (Why do I bother?!! Smile)

I loved the Jumping Gemini variation at the end!
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The comments (if you can ignore the disturbing racist nonsense) are also quite revealing.

A lot of those commenting *know* the secret to the tricks :

a) Wearing a watch
b) Long sleeves
c) Owning video editing software.

The consensus appears to that if you perform these effects wearing a t-shirt, you will "rule".

Long may such spectators live!
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On 2007-01-20 11:20, Hideo Kato wrote:
Surely he is a 'Sleight Artist'. Do you want to be a Sleight Artist too? I prefer a (seemingly) Sleightless Artist.

Hideo Kato

READ THIS QUOTE AGAIN! Kato San has made an important point.
Also, one quibble. There are so many fades and edits in this video, that it gives the impression that everything in it could be the result of editing.
Please note I am not criticizing the skill of the performer, I am simply saying the video editing is a bit too slick by half. I also think it makes it all look a bit "flourishy" (at least for my taste, but your milage may vary)
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Man, reading some of these peoples comments is hilarious.

for instance, how would a Svengali deck let him do that?

Thanks god for idiots who think they know something.
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Very Nice. Raw technical skill should be admired by everyone, when it is so nearly flawless. I am impressed.

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Thanks for sharing that. I like the old youtube for this reason. Nice to see good performances...

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That's quite amusing.
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When skillfulness of sleight is visible to audience, it does not produce powerful Magic. Tamariz hardly shows skillfulnes, he even shows clumsiness. But he produces miracles.

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I am not impressed with any show to purported skill on youtube, but his was slick. However, I have much more respect for performers who can just misdirect rather than use maneuvers. See Derren Brown's version of "Any card at any number" on his TV special, and you'll see what I mean.

Another chuckle at the comments. Yet more people who think all magic is done with palming?
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The guy is O.K.
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Less obvious skill and some varity of effect would be nice. The color changes were well done and the Invisible Palm looked good too. I'm not a fan of the open switching of the packets (a Paul Harris joint if I recall correctly) but he did handle it well.

His Geminii count needs a lot of work though.
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On 2007-01-20 21:57, Hideo Kato wrote:
When skillfulness of sleight is visible to audience, it does not produce powerful Magic. Tamariz hardly shows skillfulnes, he even shows clumsiness. But he produces miracles.

Hideo Kato


I couldn't agree more.
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