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Does anyone have this and are there any reviews,
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If I can help you, just ask!
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Well, a link would help for starters. Smile
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VIDEO PERFORMANCE :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tu3P0cPSspE


AN IMPOSSIBLE COINCIDENCE

An incredible coincidence effect performed under impossible conditions. You divide a deck in two and bind each portion so that it becomes a book of cards. The spectator chooses a card from one book. Dealing through the books simultaneously the chosen card falls at the exact same position as its mate. No other cards match. Now for a miracle finale. Because now when the cards are leafed through, every single pair matches. This despite the fact that the cards are still bound together. So clever you will baffle yourself!
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Way too long process. Especially for today's environments
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Juan. I sent you a PM which you haven't opened.
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I don't think the actual process is that long, he just had a longer presentation in that performance.
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Like a lot of the "formal" Spanish magic definitely for a certain time and place. However I think the binding thing is a great gimmick to add interest to what I believe is a self working trick.
I am sure that the performance is better in the native tongue
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Really the process can be short and you have to think that this is a trick to perform in parlor with an audience ...is very different to do the trick just with two people and the cameras without audience.

You can use the bound deck before and after the trick like a regular one and I explain how you can make your own bound deck, in this manner you can also gift the deck like a souvenir to your spectators or you can make one with a jumbo deck and perform the trick on stage.

Ah! And the trick is self working!
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This is another product... https://vimeo.com/132353950
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There was a similar bound deck back in the 1970's which came with a booklet full of routines to do with the special deck. It was comb bound and as such there were other feats which could be done that a spiral deck might not be able to do.

The bound deck is a novel aesthetic with inherent interest built into it.
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Doesn't this sound identical to the Paul Curry effect?
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On Aug 2, 2015, Tom Cutts wrote:
There was a similar bound deck back in the 1970's which came with a booklet full of routines to do with the special deck. It was comb bound and as such there were other feats which could be done that a spiral deck might not be able to do.

The bound deck is a novel aesthetic with inherent interest built into it.


Hello Tom, I don't know any trick with the deck bound it until this mine, Can you send my the 1970' author or anymore information? Thanks!
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On Aug 3, 2015, Doomo wrote:
Doesn't this sound identical to the Paul Curry effect?


Hi Domo, of course is similar, as similar as the Tamariz Three Coincidences...both are based in a Paul Curry idea, in this version with the added impossibility that it is impossible to manipulate a deck that is bound. I think the fact of having the deck bound for quite different as perceived by the viewer making the effect more impossible.
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Any other routines with this? Clever but I fell asleep watching the demo and I have insomnia.
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I watched him lecture once. The single dullest, most painful lecture I've ever seen. Slower than erosion and no man should be that comfortable with silence.
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Anyone picked this up yet ?
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You can use the bound deck before and after the trick like a regular one and I explain how you can make your own bound deck, in this manner you can also gift the deck like a souvenir to your spectators or you can make one with a jumbo deck and perform the trick on stage.

Ah! And the trick is self working!


Can anyone tell me if I missed this info on the DVD? I can't seem to find it on there.
Great routine though,
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I did like this and it got good review on WPR but it's too expensive for what it is, so gave it a miss.
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Im a big fan of Sympathetic 10 and its variants, of which I kind of consider this trick.
So, I do like it, but as mentioned above, it's priced a bit higher than I think is reasonable, so I too have passed on it.
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