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Neil - Write 'light' on the post it - if they say light you're right, if they say heavy you vanish it away. You vanish it regardless and then point to a ceiling light with a post it on that says 'light'. How did it get up there I wonder?
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Do I have to buy a certain book test, or do you use any book, and it is your book test?
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Any book is all you need for this Gaz 🙂
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On Jul 2, 2019, Jared wrote:
I guess that I'm in the minority who didn't care for this release. My gimmicks looked far from flush (after the "move") and it looks obvious that something isn't right with the pad. Moreover, this same effect can be done so easily with sleight-of-hand that I just don't see the value. In fact, a simple switch would be better because the spectator can later examine everything and find nothing. The only value I got from the download was how to gaff the book, which was clever. Otherwise, I cannot recommend this. However, credit goes to the creator for coming up with the basic plot, which was quite imaginative.


Mark Mason showed this to me today at his IBM booth... with his usual confident banter. I felt caffeinated without coffee.

Very cool, nice escalation of reveals - he says he is selling them by the busload!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes this feels like a magic trick, not mentalism. Fun though.

I enjoyed watching it.
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Yes Mark Mason and Paul Richards are far an away the best dealer demo guys in the world by a long way imo .
I could watch these 2 guys all day long , they sell great effects but they could also sell umbrellas to ducks that they are that likeable , believable and slick Gaz 🙂
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I guess that I'm in the minority who didn't care for this release. My gimmicks looked far from flush (after the "move") and it looks obvious that something isn't right with the pad. Moreover, this same effect can be done so easily with sleight-of-hand that I just don't see the value. In fact, a simple switch would be better because the spectator can later examine everything and find nothing. The only value I got from the download was how to gaff the book, which was clever. Otherwise, I cannot recommend this. However, credit goes to the creator for coming up with the basic plot, which was quite imaginative.


I have to second this.

Personally, I didn't find a lot of value either and I felt the price was a bit too steep.

Anyhow, I can't say it's too bad but it's not great either and I'm not sure if I will personally use it.

Andreu
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Do I have to buy a certain book test, or do you use any book, and it is your book test?


You can use any book but you will have to gaff it.

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On Jul 2, 2019, Jared wrote:
I guess that I'm in the minority who didn't care for this release. My gimmicks looked far from flush (after the "move") and it looks obvious that something isn't right with the pad. Moreover, this same effect can be done so easily with sleight-of-hand that I just don't see the value. In fact, a simple switch would be better because the spectator can later examine everything and find nothing. The only value I got from the download was how to gaff the book, which was clever. Otherwise, I cannot recommend this. However, credit goes to the creator for coming up with the basic plot, which was quite imaginative.


I have to second this.

Personally, I didn't find a lot of value either and I felt the price was a bit too steep.

Anyhow, I can't say it's too bad but it's not great either and I'm not sure if I will personally use it.

Andreu


But Mark M was selling them by the truckload at IBM convention!!

All the hobbyists were swarming and couldn't wait to give Mark their Cash Smile Demo demo demo... cha-ching!

Will this go in the infamous "magic drawer?" Bah, who cares. Cha ching $$$
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And and a lot of the pros to Brett , this takes a bit of work but not loads Gaz 🙂
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On Jul 2, 2019, Jared wrote:
I guess that I'm in the minority who didn't care for this release. My gimmicks looked far from flush (after the "move") and it looks obvious that something isn't right with the pad. Moreover, this same effect can be done so easily with sleight-of-hand that I just don't see the value. In fact, a simple switch would be better because the spectator can later examine everything and find nothing. The only value I got from the download was how to gaff the book, which was clever. Otherwise, I cannot recommend this. However, credit goes to the creator for coming up with the basic plot, which was quite imaginative.


I have to second this.

Personally, I didn't find a lot of value either and I felt the price was a bit too steep.

Anyhow, I can't say it's too bad but it's not great either and I'm not sure if I will personally use it.

Andreu


But Mark M was selling them by the truckload at IBM convention!!

All the hobbyists were swarming and couldn't wait to give Mark their Cash Smile Demo demo demo... cha-ching!

Will this go in the infamous "magic drawer?" Bah, who cares. Cha ching $$$


Mark could sell Snow to the Eskimos !!
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