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joebob
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Does anyone have a source for this trick?

Thanks
Mark Ennis
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The Complete Works of Derek Dingle - Pg. 148
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Is it hard?
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Hard? Only if you consider taking out your own teeth through your nose hard. Check out Studebaker's tape called Classic Studebaker for an easier way to do it. And Chris Kenner has a similar take on it that gives a beautiful display at the end in his Totally Out of Control book.
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It's extremely difficult to do well. But so is anything else.
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If you have a solid working knowledge of the Zarrow Shuffle and Riffle Shuffle stacking techniques, than you won't find it at all difficult.

"Hard" is a relative term. It is an advanced routine, but if you are an advanced cardman, I don't think you would find it particularly difficult.

It is NOT for beginners!
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Alexander
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There is someone wandering around here who wrote a manuscript on it.
His version was so difficult that even he couldn't do it.
He is very quietly making little posts here and there.
However, he is one of the most knowledgable men in magic.
I will let you figure out who he is.
His posts are so low key and modest you could easily miss him.
There we are. I am amusing myself with a little game.
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Alexander:

Not referring to Ariel Frailich's Roll-Over-Kill, by chance, are you?

http://www.isawthat.com/en/store/rok.html

CW
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I saw that. Posting of yours that is.
I have no idea why you would think I was referring to Ariel Frailich or is it Frailech? I never could remember the spelling.
Alexander is the man who knows.Mind you he doesn't know everything.That distinction belongs to Ariel.
If Ariel sees this he should restrain himself. Walls have ears.
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If my recollection is correct, Bruce Cervon also has a small pamphlet/book that contains Roll Over Aces and several versions of Fast Flush. Both tricks are killer. So one need not buy The Complete Works of Derek Dingle just for this trick (although I also highly recommend this book too!)
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On 2002-06-24 17:09, David Fogel wrote:
If my recollection is correct, Bruce Cervon also has a small pamphlet/book that contains Roll Over Aces and several versions of Fast Flush. Both tricks are killer. So one need not buy The Complete Works of Derek Dingle just for this trick (although I also highly recommend this book too!)


Yep, on page 56 of "Card Secrets of Bruce Cervon," a 64-page booklet first published in 1976. Is it still in print?
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