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AlexBorsci
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Hi to everyone!

How are you??

I saw a video of S&R new performance and I'm interested in the table where Siegfried appear! I saw the same illusion performed by Peter Marvey...

Anyone of you can give me more info about the illusion? (Not the trick itself, but where I can find more info like book ecc ecc)

Ciaoooooooooooooooo
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Which S&R Video?

Which Peter Marvey video?
"Dreams aren't a matter of Chance but a matter of Choice." -DC-
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This is the S&R video ->

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8470hyKJU8

The second photo on the first column is the photo of the illusion on Marvey web site.

http://www.marvey.ch/gallery.php?a=1&c=54

Ciaooooooooooo
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It's created by Peter Marvey and not for sale (or copy)!
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It is the original peter marvey appear and created by himself many years ago and specified every year!
peter gave it specially for the gala show there...
you can ask him about it, he have some similar ones for other illusions he performs.
http://www.marvey.ch
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Thank you guys! I try to ask to him!

Ciao
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If you think it is a thin looking magic table (D******** B*S*) you're wrong.
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On 2009-04-13 11:56, The Mac wrote:
If you think it is a thin looking magic table (D******** B*S*) you're wrong.


It would be very inappropriate for you to discuss the method of this illusion any further in an open forum. The secret is not yours to give away to those who don't understand it.

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Thanks Mac... I don't think that it is a thin looking magic table... or D******************* B*s*... I put this title to the discussion just for fun.!
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Peter Marvey does some amazing work.
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This is just a spin off of the windshear.

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But it's a great design, imho...
"Dreams aren't a matter of Chance but a matter of Choice." -DC-
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Taylor,

Peter Marvey created this system before the windshear ! (he used it first in his 'independent head' illusion)
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Yes after Marvey whit his indipended head illusions steinmayer took the idea for Winshear! correct rafael!
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The Windshear method was actually conceived by Alan Wakeling. Jim then developed the concept into the final prop.
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I would never accuse Steinmeyer of stealing and I know that the windshear method was conceived by Wakeling but I also know that Peter got the idea for this system on his own and this was before the Windshear hit the market.Let's just say that great minds think alike...
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Craig,
What illusion of Alan's used this principle? I'm not terrible familiar w/ all of his work -- only what's in the book. And, I haven't looked at it in quite a while...
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Thanks for asking the question Brian, I would be interested aswell to see the source of the methode of this illusion.

As usually, the wheel is never re-invented, and one of the best guys in magic showing it to us is Jim Steinmeyer.

Oliver.
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Correct also Craig Dickens ,
anyway I saw somewere (maybe I mistake ) one list whit some " creator's right" and at this illusion"indipended head" the description was presented "associated " or somethigs like this whit windshear ,but maybe I mistake,
anyway is right also wakeling have somethigs like this concept,correct.
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Yes I think all the effects are great. These effects have the same method, but I'm not saying that anyone stole it from another....
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