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JohnnyShaker
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Hello everybody.

I whould like to know who is the original creator of this trick? ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjhPr_MPUBc )
In the video I posted, Rich doesn't give any credit...

Thanks for your help.
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That’s the whole problem. This thief is exposing magic that isn’t his and doesn’t have the decency to give credit.
It is Paul Le Paul’s.
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The original trick is called "Gymnastic Aces."
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At least he gave his butchery of it a different name.
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It's performed with little fanfare, but I wouldn't go so far to call it a "butchery". By Café standards it's perfectly competent.
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On Nov 8, 2019, magicfish wrote:
That’s the whole problem. This thief is exposing magic that isn’t his and doesn’t have the decency to give credit.
It is Paul Le Paul’s.


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On Nov 8, 2019, Rupert Pupkin wrote:
The original trick is called "Gymnastic Aces."


Thanks!
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Since I use only borrowed decks when working for laymen - and aside from my arthritic fingers (growing old sucks!) - most of the borrowed decks make it pretty impossible to interlace those top cards properly and quickly - I'll stick to my HaLo Aces --- stronger effect anyway in my obviously biased opinion (and experience).
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On Nov 8, 2019, Rupert Pupkin wrote:
It's performed with little fanfare, but I wouldn't go so far to call it a "butchery". By Café standards it's perfectly competent.

I can only assume by your comments that you’ve never seen it done properly. When I called it butchery, I was being polite.
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On Nov 8, 2019, Rupert Pupkin wrote:
It's performed with little fanfare, but I wouldn't go so far to call it a "butchery". By Café standards it's perfectly competent.

I can only assume by your comments that you’ve never seen it done properly. When I called it butchery, I was being polite.


Read the room. I was being polite about “Cafe standards.”
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On Nov 9, 2019, Harry Lorayne wrote:
Since I use only borrowed decks when working for laymen - and aside from my arthritic fingers (growing old sucks!) - most of the borrowed decks make it pretty impossible to interlace those top cards properly and quickly - I'll stick to my HaLo Aces --- stronger effect anyway in my obviously biased opinion (and experience).


Good points Harry, and personally I never liked the idea of doing it four times in a row. I don't think it is good procedure to do anything repeatedly. Mix it up, like Halo Aces.
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