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Scott Xavier
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Is there anyway to bend spoons more convincingly then the standard routines of misdirection? I have seen uri geller and james randi perform a few good tricks where the spoon bends up. Any help would be appreciated. Smile PK-Burger
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There are gaffed cutlery pieces out there from the major magic dealers, but they generally aren't examinable.
I prefer using Banachek's Psychokinetic Silverware techniques. Exceptional effects, very visual, and examinable.

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Well said. I too use his techniques.
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Scott Xavier
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Thanks guys, I have been using Guy Bavli's techniques, any info on how banachek differs?
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PK Silverware is all done with forks, that's the big difference. Different routining, a bit tighter and faster paced than some of Bavli's effects. The Banachek routine as presented in the video can be done pretty much impromptu.

In my opinion, it's best to know both Banachek & Bavli's material and rework it to your own style.
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Thanks,

Ill give banachek a try. I've been meaning to check him out ever since I read about Project Alpha.
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On 2002-08-14 12:11, Brash wrote:
PK Silverware is all done with forks, that's the big difference. Different routining, a bit tighter and faster paced than some of Bavli's effects. The Banachek routine as presented in the video can be done pretty much impromptu.

In my opinion, it's best to know both Banachek & Bavli's material and rework it to your own style.


I couldn't agree more... I have a copy of one of Bavli's videos and recently got PK silverware. I've used bits and pieces of both styles to weave a unique ( to me ) routine that never fails to impress folks sitting around the dinner table.

If I could only buy one... I'd go with the Banachek video.
Boy: Do not try and bend the spoon. That's impossible. Instead only try to realize the truth.
Neo: What truth?
Boy: There is no spoon.
Neo: There is no spoon?
Boy: Then you'll see that it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself.
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Excellent, Geller watch out.....
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