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pnielan

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In the beginning of Mr. Lorayne's book on Krenzel's magic are some interesting DL's. I tend to use them in conjunction with other DL's. That is, I get a break and do a more conventional DL to show the face of the card but let them both fall flush. Then I use Krenzel's no-break DL to turn them back down. I seems that some routines have natural misdirection and off-beat here. For some reason, this seems to work better when performing for a group rather than an individual.

Be interested in anyone else's experience here.

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pnielan

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Wrong category by mistake. Sorry.
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magicfish

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Krenzel's Drag Double is one of the best there is.
Explained wonderfully by Lorayne in Card Classics and also by Darwin Ortiz in Cardshark.
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