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I would like to know how sleight heavy this is if anyone has a copy.
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On Aug 9, 2017, btwigg wrote:
I would like to know how sleight heavy this is if anyone has a copy.


I am a fan of Rafael's work, but you will need to be pretty advanced with a deck of cards as this is not an easy routine to do. Each of the three phases uses a different method, and its certainly fooling in his hands, but personally its not for me as it will require too much practice when I don't see it as huge advancement over the ACAANs I currently use. That's just my opinion though- and even though I wont use it, there are some nice nuggets he shares that can potentially be applied to other card routines. In the right hands, this would be a strong effect though.
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Yeah, this is a knuckle buster for sure. It's amazing how clean he makes it look, considering how much is going on....
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Does anyone know if this is the same a "A Card And A Number" from his Elegant Magic DVD, or if there are any updates to the original routine?

Thanks.
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On Aug 9, 2017, btwigg wrote:
I would like to know how sleight heavy this is if anyone has a copy.

It's as sleight-heavy as you fear. Think "How would a card mechanic do it?" and there you are.
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Thanks for the heads up, guys!
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I have it but ...... guys this requires super advanced top skills.
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On Aug 10, 2017, jcroop wrote:
Does anyone know if this is the same a "A Card And A Number" from his Elegant Magic DVD, or if there are any updates to the original routine?

Thanks.


Hi jcroop. It is the same routine with the fine-tuning of another 20 years performing it. It's worth it if you get into it.
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