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Rudy Tinoco

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Here's an oldie but a goodie that plays well for a big crowd!


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Cardshark Quixote

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I like that.
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Rudy -- being relatively new to magic (compared to some others on this forum) whose main focus is card magic, your "oldie" is "new" to me, and you use it really effectively with your crowd. i'm sure a lot of performers would/should/could use this (including me) -- I'll definitely look this up. Nice job! johnny
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Looks really good Rudy!
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Looks really good Rudy!


Thanks Robin! It's incredibly easy.

With that said, there are a couple of trouble points that I may want to discuss in the Session Room. 

Rudy



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   Not for a "crowd" but for the dinner table - you remind me of Rip-Storation - any bill, any time - about a 30-second trick. It's in ONLY MY APOCALYPSE.
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   Not for a "crowd" but for the dinner table - you remind me of Rip-Storation - any bill, any time - about a 30-second trick. It's in ONLY MY APOCALYPSE.


I just tried this trick today (not for a person, but from the book), unfortunately it doesn't work with modern Australian currency.  They've switched to plastic bills, and part of the method is just a bit knacky to do on the plastic.  It's a shame because it seems like a great routine.  I was a little down, until I started doing the basic moves with napkins, business cards, pretty much any other rectangular shaped paper object.  I haven't found anything that I think has the impact as the bill and hides the method, but I'm getting there.
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Thanks Robin! It's incredibly easy.

With that said, there are a couple of trouble points that I may want to discuss in the Session Room. 

Rudy




Great, looking forward to it!
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Looks like you have fun performing[smile]
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I contributed a sit down torn and restored bill routine to Harry Lorayne’s Apocalypse and it appears in the August 1990 issue on page 1817.

The effect basically is that you borrow a $1 bill and tear it in half and then restore it. After explaining that you don’t really tear the bill you just make it seem as if you do,  you do it again but you made a mistake – the bill is really torn in half.

You then crumple a half in each hand and each half is place on the spectator’s palm one at a time. You press down on the halves and lift your hand and only one crumpled bill appears and when the spectator opens it it’s the restored bill.

 

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