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On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you.


Terry,

Nothing is impossible. I love the Daley slates. No gimmicks. All presentation. The more you believe in it, the more your audience will.
Yr. Obdt. Svt.,
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On Dec 24, 2015, Mr Timothy Gray wrote:
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On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you.


Terry,

Nothing is impossible. I love the Daley slates. No gimmicks. All presentation. The more you believe in it, the more your audience will.

Timothy,
Thank you for your response, but it doesn't exactly answer my question. Doug Henning believed that one day people would levitate over Central Park!
Terry
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Osterlind, done, that's all I need to know!
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On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you.


If you practise a bit, you will find it just as easy to do the particular move with these slates as with a deck of cards
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On Dec 23, 2015, Terry Holley wrote:
I have a question about the handling. Are you able to do the one improtant move with these slates as explained in the original manuscript, or does Richard have another direction to go here. It seemes to me that the size and thickness of the slates would make the original move almost impossible to pull off in a convincing manner. Thank you.


If you practise a bit, you will find it just as easy to do the particular move with these slates as with a deck of cards

Thank you for your input.
Co-author with illusionist Andre' Kole of "Astrology and Psychic Phenomena."
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