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Claudio

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Hi Guys,

For double and multiple lifts I use push-offs straight from ECT.
It's also the method I prefer when I perform Dai Vernon's Running The Scale.

Here's a quick practice session where I push from 1 to 7 cards in a row (it's not quite clear, but I do push off the correct number of cards [smile])



Edit:
I've realised that not everybody would know the Vernon effect Running the Scale.
It was published in Lewis Ganson's Dai Vernon - Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic. It's an effect which is more about skill than magic. You can see performances on YouTube that use the original method.

I must also admit that the deck must be in good condition for this handling. I use pinkie-counts when the cards are slightly sticky.
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magicfish

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Well done Claudio!
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ianmcrawford

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Holy mackerel.  Thats really great!
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Slowdini

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That. Is. Incredible! Ive been working on the TTT but that... Im going to have to look that Running The Scales up and put in some overtime!
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Claudio

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Thanks for the thumb up guys!
Slowdini, I have updated my original post with more info about the effect. In its original form it requires estimation skills and is perfectly good as described.

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