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Payne
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I usually do it in the undercroft of the Boar's Head Inn in fancier duds. But apart from that the presentation is pretty much the same

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jv5SVh36ZFI
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Fantastic! Well done sir.

Huzzah!
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As I said elsewhere, Payne, you are a treasure. Now we need a bigger box . . .
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Huzzah! Well done, m'lord. Well done, indeed.
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Captivating and entertaining.
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Ekuth
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Prithee... where can one find this effect published?
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Payne
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The routine was published in a linking ring a few years back. Vol. 84 Number 5.t's in the Parade section our club submitted. It will also be in my new book which should be released later this year.
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Mr. payne is the book about period and styles of magic?
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Nicely done, sir! Which "Beads of Prussia" is that prop? I assume not Fedko...sorry, quite new to this and don't recognize it...but it is quite beautiful and impressive, especially in your hands.
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Payne
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It's the Fedko prop. I've just dressed it up a bit.
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Master Payne you are awesome !! This is very funny and interactive !

The only resource we have on you is the 110p book ?

I have just ordered it and looking forward to reading it !
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Well don, Master Payne!

As always, both funny and entertaining!
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