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KyleMacNeill
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Out of interest, what are people's favourites from the Complete Waltons or any other Walton trick?
I really like his Time Travel ones and Green Turtle is good. Fleeting image and Stage Shout are also great!

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A couple of favorites from the first book are:

Grown Up Hofzinser and The Smiling Mule

Some favorites from the second book are:

Royal Marriages and The Witch Doctors
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Instant Interchange is a jaw dropper. It's probably as complex a trick as I ever learned. Simple for others, but that was a good as I ever got.

and I loved the one where you eliminate all the cards except the wrong one, and when they turn it over (or, in my case, bet on it) it has turned into their selected one.
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All the stuff in the Tale Twisters section of the first book is amazing.

"The Kings Go Forth" on page 122 of vol 1 is AWESOME!

I also love Stage Shout (Worker!) and "Traveling Man" (another Worker!) from vol. 2.
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On 2011-12-30 22:05, Cameron Francis wrote:
"The Kings Go Forth" on page 122 of vol 1 is AWESOME!


I second that. The effect is extremely amazing. But I find it difficult to present well. I'm still working on a presentation that makes sense without being too confusing.

The Smiling Mule is another favorite, which I perform regularly.
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If you're working for laymen, IMO, it's really, really, REALLY hard to beat Card Warp (with a good presentation). I mean REALLY hard. With anything.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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On 2012-01-01 05:55, Uli Weigel wrote:
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On 2011-12-30 22:05, Cameron Francis wrote:
"The Kings Go Forth" on page 122 of vol 1 is AWESOME!


I second that. The effect is extremely amazing. But I find it difficult to present well. I'm still working on a presentation that makes sense without being too confusing.

The Smiling Mule is another favorite, which I perform regularly.


How on earth did I pass TKGF by!
I never noticed this one - just read it and it is great! Smile
I think I am going to do the vanish using a modified Erdnase Change at the angle that Cameron uses (perpindicular).
Will make for a nice routine!

Kyle
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