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Justin R
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On 2007-05-24 05:55, Pavloter wrote:
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On 2007-05-24 03:02, Andy the cardician wrote:
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On 2007-05-24 02:25, Justin R wrote:
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On 2007-05-24 02:07, Andy the cardician wrote:BTW, I wonder how many passes can the average magician do in one minute. I read that Paul LePaul was doing over 120.
Yeah, but I think he was using the metric system. Smile


The metric system?
You lost me there as well mate, maybe it was bad joke?
By the way Penguin got trailer for Luke's Dribble Pass Tutorial, I think he need to learn it aswell.

Yes, it was just a joke.
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Why is nobody mentioning kammagic's drible pass? I think without any doubt this is the best yu will have ever seen. he told me about 2 years ago that he planed to relase a handling of his pass, but unfortunately he still has not done it.
"Dropping your pants while you set off flash paper may allow your pass to go undetected, but it's still not invisible." - Count Elmsley
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On 2007-05-24 14:20, Memory-Jah wrote:
Why is nobody mentioning kammagic's drible pass? I think without any doubt this is the best yu will have ever seen. he told me about 2 years ago that he planed to relase a handling of his pass, but unfortunately he still has not done it.


I've seen it. Its decent.

But you really need to check out Aaron Shield's handling. He fooled Andrew Wimhurst with it. The dribbling happens much sooner than what is normally the case.

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Does anyone know of a video source where I can see Aaron Shield's version. I'm probably going to buy it since I like the Dribble pass but I want to know what exactly is the difference.
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Justin - thanks.
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On 2007-05-24 18:06, jalal12321 wrote:
Does anyone know of a video source where I can see Aaron Shield's version. I'm probably going to buy it since I like the Dribble pass but I want to know what exactly is the difference.


Go here.
http://www.freewebs.com/aaronshields/

Let me know if it doesn't work. The major difference is that the dribbling action takes place much sooner than in the standard handling for the dribble pass.
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Since I haven't seen it mentioned... I need to. Steve Mayhew has the best dribble pass I have ever seen in my life. It is gorgeous.

I am longing for Steve to put something more out than just his lecture notes (which are sooo good), and his booklet on Angels May Shuffle.

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On 2007-05-24 15:57, evikshin wrote:
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On 2007-05-24 14:20, Memory-Jah wrote:
Why is nobody mentioning kammagic's drible pass? I think without any doubt this is the best yu will have ever seen. he told me about 2 years ago that he planed to relase a handling of his pass, but unfortunately he still has not done it.


I've seen it. Its decent.

But you really need to check out Aaron Shield's handling. He fooled Andrew Wimhurst with it. The dribbling happens much sooner than what is normally the case.

Evikshin


Decent? I'd loved to see yours. Really, I would.

Jonathan Kamm's pass is exceptional. I myself, have modeled my pass after his. Aaron Shield's dribble pass is pretty good as well. You just have to experiment around with it and practice a lot and soon you'll get a good pass that suits you.
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