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ebackes88
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A couple of performances of my Ambitious Card up in Seattle, WA. Pretty standard routine, but curious what you guys think.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpMjFzHe_7I
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Very nice! Your audience seemed to really like it. Do you perform at Pike Place Market? I'm always hoping I run into a magician when I'm there, but never do.
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On Aug 23, 2016, tunafish wrote:
Very nice! Your audience seemed to really like it. Do you perform at Pike Place Market? I'm always hoping I run into a magician when I'm there, but never do.


That's where that video was taken, I just did some at Seattle Center the other day, I'm planning on posting that footage next week. I'm always up for meeting new magicians, send me a pm.
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I liked the edits across multiple venues.

"Unless you going around writing your name on playing cards very often." Nice line. Smile

The person with the hat loved it. "Ye-eah." Actually, you had tons of great responses. "Oh my god..."

"What the hell, it's right there."

The naturalness of your performance belies the difficulty of what you're doing. Well done, sir.
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Here's another video I just made, not just a card trick like the other, but I figured since I already have the thread started, I may as well add it here. Hope you enjoy it!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJz2Juea4k8
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That was fun to watch. I enjoyed also how you set it to the fiddler's music.

Here is a 29-minute live performance of mine: https://youtu.be/lq2Rj1uf05M

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That was fun to watch. I enjoyed also how you set it to the fiddler's music.


Thank you very much! That kid was amazing with that thing.
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Loved the video. Loved the smiles I saw.
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The first video (@ 1:29 - 1:31 ish) is a perfect example of why I think people put too much emphasis on practicing every sleight to perfection. That dl is all you need. It went over perfectly with at least 4 people watching closely from different angles. A lot of people like to watch vids and play "spot the flaw" when so often, the flaw is irrelevant. In the real world, that is a perfect dl. Congrats and well done. Plus, thanks for posting it. Smile
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