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Ben Blau
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This is Denim. Bear in mind that it’s a practice session.

https://youtu.be/LvBBMnQcwuM

100% impromptu. Any deck at any time.
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Mr. Sudo,

And a loooong overdue: "I Thank You Also!" ("Skullcrusher")
(Sent 5 requests to Chris @ unleashyourdreams, he was to ask one of the magis. Nothing!)

Warmest regards,
Sixten Smile
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Trying to get my routine “Hydra” on film today.
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On Aug 8, 2017, Tony Iacoviello wrote:
OOTW.

I like impromptu OOTW
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On Sep 13, 2017, Necromancer wrote:
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On Sep 13, 2017, paul180 wrote:

2 things and not to be critical but the perception had you be a magician not a mentalist. OK if that was what you were going for but devastating if not?

And I think the method was obvious. Of course that when looking through the eye of one such as us. Obviously stellar to the lay.



Not devastating at all: I was there to promote the preview run of my new show, Near Death Experience, which includes both mentalism and magic within a larger narrative. For these purposes, I was presented as a "psychological magician." His reaction was priceless, and the radio show (one of the top rated in Indianapolis) even posted this video to its Facebook page, where it quickly got several thousand views. So, mission accomplished.

(To say the method was obvious, however, could be seen as raising yourself up by putting down your brethren who've already admitted to not knowing how it's accomplished. Not to be critical, but you might want to consider how you're being perceived.)

I was impressed by the effect nd have no idea how you did it. Great job !!
The effect is the important thing, how you achieve it is not.......
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On Sep 13, 2017, Necromancer wrote:
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On Sep 13, 2017, paul180 wrote:

2 things and not to be critical but the perception had you be a magician not a mentalist. OK if that was what you were going for but devastating if not?

And I think the method was obvious. Of course that when looking through the eye of one such as us. Obviously stellar to the lay.





Not devastating at all: I was there to promote the preview run of my new show, Near Death Experience, which includes both mentalism and magic within a larger narrative. For these purposes, I was presented as a "psychological magician." His reaction was priceless, and the radio show (one of the top rated in Indianapolis) even posted this video to its Facebook page, where it quickly got several thousand views. So, mission accomplished.

(To say the method was obvious, however, could be seen as raising yourself up by putting down your brethren who've already admitted to not knowing how it's accomplished. Not to be critical, but you might want to consider how you're being perceived.)

I was impressed by the effect nd have no idea how you did it. Great job !!



I was impressed you try such a risky effect on live radio Smile Well done !
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