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Zebaztian
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'way' should be 'why' in my former post.

If this pdf is a first draft, it is good enough to improve it and bring it on the market. The trick is clever enough for it.
My mind reading routines: http://www.basjongenelen.nl/goocheltrucs/. Scroll a bit down to the English routines.
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Mentalism can be that simple!
It's a clever idea, with potential.
Subtle and undetectable.

Well done!

DutchFrank
Forgive me any language mistakes.

I'm Dutch.
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I believe this is just one effect among a collection.

Spelling etc aside, how is this piece?
KyleMacNeill
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It is very, very clever, and seems to be very practical as well! Smile

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Wow, what a nice surprise reading Ben & Jerry's

Lovely effect and clever (yet simple method) and one I've not used before. Only time I have heard of anything similar is in an old Luke Jermay routine.

I'm definitely gonna try this out and see what the results are. Sounds like a fun effect to use.

Thanks
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I also received the PDF.

Tried out already. Did this within 2 minutes, after reading the PDF.
This works and f*****g brilliant.
I think it sums it all.

Only one thing that were mentioned before, have some native speaker re-read and correct the mistakes.
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The thinking behind this is worthy of any of the big names in mentalism
All mentalism should be this clean and direct



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This is a clever idea. The basic principle is by no means original, as it has been used as far back as Ormond McGill as part of a hypnotic routine. Hilford, Kneeper and others have had similar ideas. That withstanding, the premise is sound and worthy. His approach to the principle is novel and something I look forward to trying.

Devin Knight
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Thanks everyone for the kind words
I am right now in the process of
re writting the effect and correcting the
grammar. This will be up soon.

Thanks Again

Paul>W
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I also had the pleasure to read it. Very bold and sweet! I definately try it out to see how it goes. It would work great together with hypnosis stuff!

thanx for that!
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Thoroughly enjoyed reading this, after being in the lucky 10. This is certainly something I will try. If Paul releases a full e-book of his effects, I will have no hesitation in parting with my cash.

The effect itself is pure simplicity, yet should receive great reactions. I plan on trying this out this evening, but cannot see any reason why it should not receive strong reactions.

This is truly the type of mentalism that I like, simple for the spectator to follow, direct, with a very clever underlying methodology.

PM'd you Paul with some further advice.
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Steve
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Late to the party again. Smile
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Zebaztian
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I publish ebooks with just a single trick / routine ( http://bit.ly/9rmABN , http://bit.ly/dxed7S , http://bit.ly/dqcJH8 and http://bit.ly/cf5Xzq ) and people advice me to write several routines per ebook. And you know what? They are right.

On the other hand: one trick = one ebook makes life very simple and clear. I'm looking forward to read more about Paul's ideas. Are they as strong and simple as the Ben & Jerry? Keep us informed, Paul.
My mind reading routines: http://www.basjongenelen.nl/goocheltrucs/. Scroll a bit down to the English routines.
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You're not the only one edh
"I reject your reality and substitute my own." -Adam Savage
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Wow! Paul has a great mind. Simple and effective. I can't wait to take it to the streets. Cold Stone, here I come!
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