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Silvio Solaris
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I like when Richard says: "This isn't just a card trick" at the end of the demo. LOL

Where does this man get his ideas?

That guy on e-bay will suddenly sell all his dog chains and will never know why. Smile
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Not that this effect needs it or Richard felt it even added something.... but I think in most cases in effects like these most ad copies can not resist stating "the card can even be signed" . The ad does not state that and I think if you could it would at least mention it. Personally I do not think it matters as the effect is so visual it stands on its own.
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On 2008-10-28 00:18, tdowell wrote:
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On 2008-10-27 14:00, DVLKCC wrote:
Anyone know if I have to wear the card on my neck BEFORE I start the trick? That is my deal breaker.


Nice try!


I really don't know what you were hinting at there. Thanks for playing.

I'll just wait until it comes out and ask a friend.
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On 2008-10-27 18:21, Steve Haynes wrote:
I think the card can be signed, but the handling would have to be a bit tighter and as others have mentioned, it's the type of effect that a signature is not really needed.


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I don't think you link a card on the chain around your neck and then have to switch the card, but then again, that's just my opinion.

If it's as smooth from start to finish, as the demo would lead you to believe, then Richard Sanders has another hit on his hands.

To me, it will boil down to how smooth everything is after the visual link, til the chained card is handed out.


I didn't say anything about switching cards. The way the demo video looks :
A) A force is involved
B) You wear the matching card around your neck and reveal it on the chain.

Since the card wasn't signed it leads me to believe that the card is worn around the neck before the trick begins. Which in of itself is my deal breaker. Who wants to wear a playing card around their neck all day? (exaggerating for the slow members)

I have most of Sanders FX tricks and they are worth every penny and them some. Richard is a really nice guy even though being Canadian and all. Smile Heck, I'm going to go ahead and place the order.
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If the card is worn around the next prior to doing the trick, then some serious video editing has been done. Based on the effects Mr. Sanders has put out in the past, and the way he has marketed them, I HIGHLY doubt that is the case. This looks very strong. I am hoping it can become a possible ending to an ACR depending on the set-up limitations.
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Wow, looks so realistic. I wonder if you can use ur own dog tag? Smile

Cant waitt.
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Tagged, like Richard's other "magic for the real world" releases will be a hit and find its way into the working set of Professionals. Audiences will love this.
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Wow! That is phenomenal. I am buying this after the first of the month!
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I fully endorsed Richard Sanders' product. I owe quite a few of his stuff and this looks great and highly visual!Well done, Richard.
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On 2008-10-28 09:18, MSD921 wrote:
If the card is worn around the next prior to doing the trick, then some serious video editing has been done. Based on the effects Mr. Sanders has put out in the past, and the way he has marketed them, I HIGHLY doubt that is the case. This looks very strong. I am hoping it can become a possible ending to an ACR depending on the set-up limitations.


IMO there is NO logical way that the card is attached to the chain during performance. Otherwise it would not be examinable. And if yes, the switch after would be very hard and awkward to do. Therefore the card has to be on the chain from the beginning and hence can not be signed (who cares anyhow).
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I'm a big Richard sanders fan. Extreme Burn, Interlace and Fiber Optics are all part of my regular strolling set.

Howver, although Tagged looks great, I'm not sure it's as practical as the above routines. If it's method is similar to what I'm thinking it is - the reset would be far from automatic. The fact that the words "instantly repeatable" are not used in the ad, and yet are used in Interlace, Extreme Burn and Fiber Optics leads me further still to this conclusion.

I don't care if the card can be signed or not, but I do care if it's practical or not. The type of gigs I do, I can't go aff to the bathroom after every table to reset.

I hope Ricahrd or Cameron can come on here and answer this very important question.

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I am going to get this soon, but my first thought is to employ the torn corner as a receipt idea. When it fits the card on the chain, I think that would be enough for anyone to assume its the same card. I think the strength in the effect lies in the fact that it appears on the chain, not that it is no longer in the deck. If the spectators believe they had a free choice, why would it matter if it was signed?

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I was thinking of using some dou*** st*** t*pe in order to show that the card was not in the deck and do the whole waving motion and have it appear around my neck.

This may slow you down though.
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I have ordered this as it looks terrific , and love Richards thinking on magic. I do believe that although it is not essential that a card is signed because the spec should believe they had a free choice , I still think if we are all being honest if we could get it signed we would. IMO
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Just ordered this. I can't wait!

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On 2008-10-28 16:34, DVLKCC wrote:
I was thinking of using some dou*** st*** t*pe in order to show that the card was not in the deck and do the whole waving motion and have it appear around my neck.

This may slow you down though.


I don't think you're gonna have to worry about using dou*** st*** t*pe. The card they pick is the card on the chain.

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On 2008-10-28 16:34, DVLKCC wrote:
I was thinking of using some dou*** st*** t*pe in order to show that the card was not in the deck and do the whole waving motion and have it appear around my neck.

This may slow you down though.


I don't think you're gonna have to worry about using dou*** st*** t*pe. The card they pick is the card on the chain.

Greg Rostami


I don't think so, otherwise Richard would have stated that it can be signed which is a strong selling point. It doesn't really need to be signed... It shouldn't even be included in an ACR. The idea behind this effect is that a card get's chosen, lost in the deck and the magician finds it by tagging it 'simply' on his dog chain. It's quick, simple and shocking. AND definatively I would hand it out as a souvenir to all the beautiful babes...after I signed it myself...LOL
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This looks really good!

After watching the demo and reading all the post, I don't see why the card can't be signed.

First of all the chain is ungimicked and the appearance of the card is so direct, that it leads me to believe that it would have to be after you take the chain from around your neck before it can be examined.

I think a s**t*h has to be done after the reveal, but it's not the card that is s**t***d.

If all this is true, then that leads me to believe it could be signed.

This looks very good and if it's as smooth as the demo and the reset time is quick and subtle, then I will be picking this up.
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On 2008-10-28 18:22, Silvio Solaris wrote:
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On 2008-10-28 17:52, Greg Rostami wrote:
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On 2008-10-28 16:34, DVLKCC wrote:
I was thinking of using some dou*** st*** t*pe in order to show that the card was not in the deck and do the whole waving motion and have it appear around my neck.

This may slow you down though.


I don't think you're gonna have to worry about using dou*** st*** t*pe. The card they pick is the card on the chain.

Greg Rostami


I don't think so, otherwise Richard would have stated that it can be signed which is a strong selling point. It doesn't really need to be signed... It shouldn't even be included in an ACR. The idea behind this effect is that a card get's chosen, lost in the deck and the magician finds it by tagging it 'simply' on his dog chain. It's quick, simple and shocking. AND definatively I would hand it out as a souvenir to all the beautiful babes...after I signed it myself...LOL
I promise you . . . when the trick comes out everyone will say you can do it with a signed card. Please remember; one of the points on his website says "Use any deck". Any deck does not have duplicates.

I think the reason why Sanders hasn't mentioned signed card is because he's misdirecting us into guessing wrong methods.

BTW, you don't have to force the card or perform any switches . . . . stay tuned.

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On 2008-10-28 19:45, Greg Rostami wrote:


I think the reason why Sanders hasn't mentioned signed card is because he's misdirecting us into guessing wrong methods.

BTW, you don't have to force the card or perform any switches . . . . stay tuned.

Greg Rostami



I agree on the guessing wrong methods part and like I said earlier, I think a signed card should be no problem.

I disagree that it can be a free selection and to me, I think the statement, "use any cards", means a magician can use any cards of his choosing and does not mean you just have someone hand you any old deck they have lying around(not that you said that).
I also agree a duplicate is not needed.

I think the effect is over, before the the method is.

I would love to be wrong and everything you say is correct, so either I'm right or I am as fooled as I have ever been.
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