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Andre Hagen
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Emanmagic5,

I only have the Super Walking Knot, but I believe you will just have to move the chairs closer together. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong.

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emanmagic5
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Anyone at all have an answer???
Al Angello
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There is no set way to do the junior walking knot the trick is 74" long, so if you keep the chairs within 5 feet of each other it is doable. If you email Pavel he will get back to you quickly.

When I do the "junior walking knot" I follow it with Paven's "Krazy Knot", and I finish the routine with the "Krazy Knot finale" which surprises everybody. The first two are done with the same piece of rope, and the finale is a separate piece.
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Urdangarin
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I disagree with you
Have you seen the "Cyril Takayama" version, where he uses the super and does it silent to music?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFzRrrt04Uw

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Hola Tony
Welcome to the magic Café. I'm not sure who you are disagreeing with, but Cyril does the walking knot just like Pavel demo's it, and I can't tell if Cyril is using the "super" walking knot, or the "simplified" walking knot.
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Cyril should be using the Simplified Walking Knot, as it does not require him to stop at any particular position called out by the audience. One of the biggest problem I face with my super walking knot is that if the knot is too tight when you slide it, it may tend to cause some of the ***** in between to come off! That happened a couple of times to my act and a couple of other magicians.

If it were done in a silent act version, I think that the Simplified set would be safer.
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Great info on this thread.

Many thanks!

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Hello,
I remember seeing Harry Anderson do the Super Walking Knot, I think it was on Letterman, a long time ago. That was the routine that got me interested in doing the trick. Does anyone know where or if there is a video available of this on-line?
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I use the super walking knot in a comedy routine - it works very well. But you're right - if you tie the knot too tightly it can be dangerous! Just remember to have an "out"...
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Would love to revive this old thread and see if anyone is doing good with this routine today in 2016/2017. I have just purchased a Super knot set from Pavel and I am beginning to explore this routine.
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Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDzHQ4sXXw to answer QuailCreek from many years ago. Starts at about 17 min. in.
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