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On 2010-10-26 09:02, panlives wrote:
On 2010-10-26 01:37, Bill Palmer wrote:
Learn my no gaff Scotch and Soda. I promise you that it will bowl them over.

Hi Bill,

Where can we purchase your no-gaff version?

with thanks,

I would like to learn it too. Where can it be purchased?
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It's a free download on the cups and balls museum site. When you log in, you will find a link to the dowloads page on the gateway page.
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Paper balls over the head (Armando Lucero's version being the best that I have seen and I was a Slydini's pupil)
Fred Kaps' Copper Silver
Alex Elmsley back in time with cards in the spectator's hand
Shawn Farquhar variant of Paul Harris' invisible deck (block of clear plastic)
10 card poker deal (with Gary Ouellet unique presentation)
Garrett Thomas Anniversary waltz
John Kennedy's Mind Power deck
Craig Petty/Eric Jones coins across between spectators' hands***
Garrett Thomas imagination coins across (between him and a spectator)***
Sponge balls or sponge bunnies
Franklin Taylor's (Jardine Ellis) ring on the spectator's thumb
Safety pins (Slydini, Gaetan Bloom...
Match-ic (Jay Sankey, Joshua Jay...)
Rubber band magic (Crazy Man's handcuffs, ring and band routine...)
Three shell game
A few cup routines
Johnny Thompson's egg bag routine
Bill switches (Michael Weber origami ring, Michael Ammar's mismade bill, John Carney's logical bill trick
Chinese rings (some routines, like Pop Haydn, with large or, like Duraty, with close up rings)
Ropes (Daryl's routine with the knots)

... they get remembered because it brings magic into the people's imagination not just as spectator but as actors. Excuse me for repeating that the magic happened in their imagination: they are too proud to admit they were totally fooled and care too much for their new unexpected power to try and catch the method.
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