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Paul Hallas

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"Slow Motion Jazz Combo" was explained in my book "Still Small, Still Deadly" and is my favorite version of Peter Kane's classic "Jazz Aces", it has a nice 'in the hands' magical moment mid point and the final picture card is displayed before travelling. 

I usually have a spectator choose whether he wants to use Jacks, Queens or Kings for the routine, here I had the spectator pick and then had him cut to them (first time I tried it this way). Had a few glasses of wine, so not as smooth as it might be but hope you enjoy it anyway.







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Rudy Tinoco

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Hi Paul,

The video is unavailable. I'd love to see this. Can you repost the link?

Rudy


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Paul Hallas

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Hopefully the link works now. 
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diemaker

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That was so spooky the clock strikes just as the magic happens Mr Hallas love your books and card DVD. I'll be looking that up.
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While I was out at Lybrary.com buying the HaLo Project 1, I decided to do a search and found Still Small, Still Deadly out there as well.. no way I'll cover THAT in a 3-day weekend 😉

Jazz Ace variants are among the Packet tricks I enjoy, so am looking forward to learning this one.

Thanks for posting the video, Paul!


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While I was out at Lybrary.com buying the HaLo Project 1, I decided to do a search and found Still Small, Still Deadly out there as well.. no way I'll cover THAT in a 3-day weekend 😉

Jazz Ace variants are among the Packet tricks I enjoy, so am looking forward to learning this one.

Thanks for posting the video, Paul!



You're welcome. There is also a jazz aces variant by Dave Neighbors fully detailed. One of the last items in the book which he was kind enough to contribute.

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