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Vinny is at it again and brings this months All ACCESS contribution to you as the Unfaithful Force. Check it here and click the "7th Box"

http://vinnymarini.com/download/sub.html

It's yet another beauty of bold in your face card manipulation from the Wizard of Cards. It's really not hard to do but man does it fool. Smile

As with all Forces, this one allows you to bring into play the card you want as an effect or as part of any other routine needing such a move, but this one is NEW and nickel slick. Smile

There are a lot of Forces out there but check out The Godfather's latest and the Force will truly be with you. Smile

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Vinny: Excellent; can't follow it. One thing did bother me,aside from being fooled 'cause I'm a professional proofreader, can't help it - you don't "rifle" (the "i" pronounced like "I"), you "riffle" (the "i" pronounced as in "it") down. Best - HARRY L.
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Harry,

That's just the same "Hop" move you used in your "Invisible Pass" routine. The move is old and goes back to the tables.
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OT you are correct and Harry gets full credit in my credits section. I only added a convincer to harry move./
.The Hop is avery old gamblers move this is why I mention why I did not think of this some 20 0r 30 years ago
another reason for calling it the Unfaithfull force and not the Hop force because magicians would know. see even Harry was fooled lol.
there really is nothing new in magic just maybe new ideas./
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Now we are correcting pronunciation? Who cares? I understand if someone spells it wrong, but the way they say it? What if I said, you can' say 'cause, it is spoken BEcause? Im sure someone of Mr.Martinis stature knows the word and has heard it several thousand times.
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Maybe. A lot of us were playing with the move as a force back in the '80s. The problem was one of motivating actions. There were one or two good solutions back then. For the most part, however, the action seems to serve better as a control.
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I guess, kcg5, you can excuse sloppy language if you wish, but I don't see a reason to. To "rifle" the deck is actually a different word and has a different meaning than to "riffle" the deck, but if you're okay with the imprecision, than you have absolutely every riot to be.
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OP K--- m- a--
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Well said, Vinny. What brought that on? Marion is the OP here, and I thought he was promoting you.
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Tomato, tomato
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"Let's call the whole thing off?"
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You know, OP, "no good deed goes unpunished". You try to help someone and you get a kcg5 putting you down. Nothing new - I just had to answer a silliness of his in another thread. Again, not unusual. There's rarely a thread that has to do with me in any way, that he doesn't spout some similar nonsensical silliness. Of course, what he meant here (I think; never really know with him) is "Tomato, Tomahto." But, again as usual, it's difficult to know what the h@ll he's talking about - I wonder if HE always knows. Hey, Vinnie, the word is "riffle" not "rifle." And you did the hop beautifully. Best - HARRY L.
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OP...are you guys referring to me? If that's the case, double to Vinny: What are you on about?
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Harry's HOP along with adds and touches by Vinny and Jack Carpenter make it a sweeeeeeeeet move!
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There are a couple of people who can blow your mind with it even if you know the move.
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That's actually a love song, you know, about two people deciding to look past their differences and refueling their romance.
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Quote:
On 2009-11-02 18:24, Open Traveller wrote:
There are a couple of people who can blow your mind with it even if you know the move.


Vinny taught me his handling of the HOP a couple months ago and I've since got it by 2 of my sharpest eyed critics successfully for a couple weeks now! I'm still working on Jack's convincer but it's coming along!
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Harry can dance with the best of them...
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A Rose by any other name is sill a Rose.
but this has nothing to do about the forcing technique,
OT if I had performed the force to music you would probably found fault with the choice of music,
next time please give a honest review of the effect if you do not like I say so.
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Vinny,

You're overreacting. I don't dislike the move. I love the move and use it frequently. I only mention that as a force, it's been done before. By a lot of guys. At the top of the field. A long time ago. It's no aspersion on you for someone to say that it's been done before. If this takes the edge off your enthusiasm, well, all I can say is that you're not the first person to have been scooped...it's happened to all of us.
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