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Robin Dawes

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Hi everyone

Cameron Francis is having a short sale of his downloadable notes and effects - everything is $4 (marked down from $10 to $15)

http://cameronfrancismagic.com/downloads.html
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Anthony Vinson

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Thanks for the heads-up. I like Cameron's thinking and there are a couple of real bargains on the site. Happy Holidays to me.

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Thanks for the heads-up. I like Cameron's thinking and there are a couple of real bargains on the site. Happy Holidays to me.

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Can you tell us what you feel the real bargains are? I've not read any of his work before.
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Depends on what you like. I enjoy card magic and mentalism with cards, so I downloaded two of the multi-trick PDFs and one of the video sets. Specifically I opted for Train Bricks, The Continental, and Close Up From Far Away. Some nice material in there, at least to my eye. At four bucks I don't think you can go wrong trying one and seeing what you think. The sale runs through the 22nd, so there's plenty of time yet. If you take the plunge, let me know what you think.

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Thanks for the tip, Robin. I picked up "Headroom".

Having read this already, well worth $4 for three effects:

Coat - a business card effect I already knew and have used. At one time it was a free BBM  download to promote a DVD.

Either Or  - A nice idea with the 14/15 force principle. You  can probably do this without the double.

Out of Towners - A double reveal with city names on business cards. 

IMHO these are the best items in the booklet. 
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Either Or  - A nice idea with the 14/15 force principle. You  can probably do this without the double.

 


Well I knew you could but needed to find the reference. Stewart James had a number of clever ideas with the 14/15 but also came up with a variation for ONE number.

His "Baker's Dozen System" can be found on p.2416 of "The James File". This means a spectator can remove the prediction and you no longer have another odd card left in the deck. 
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