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Hi Fellas,

Here's my presentation of an old effect created by Gerry Griffin.



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Rudy...great routine! Now we have to get together ASAP so I can see it in person! The pints are on ME this time!!!

I've seen routines similar to this (Colombini and Bannon come to mind), but I really like this handling. You performed it flawlessly.
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Absolutely wonderful presentation. I love the handling of the displays..... Just perfect.
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Nice routine! Not familiar with the original - Was the premise and patter yours or based on the original?

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Rudy -- Hello again!  Woke up this morning and viewed your routine -- it's a truly KILLER effect AND presentation if I ever saw one!  Of course, all of your videos are inspiring, but this one has to be my fav.  Thanks for adding to my coffee's "morning jolt" -- johnny
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Hi Anthony, I've PM'd you.  Thought it better than leaving the name of the routine in the public domain.
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Hi Anthony, I've PM'd you.  Thought it better than leaving the name of the routine in the public domain.


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Nice presentation, Rudy, good patter angle. 

Apart from Gerry's version of the routine, there have been marketed versions by Ronnay (via Emerson and West), Aldo Colombini, John Bannon, Paul Gordon and Roy Walton had a version in print. Aldo's version involved leprechauns, lol. I've used his and the ones by John and Paul over the years.
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Nice routine! Not familiar with the original - Was the premise and patter yours or based on the original?

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Hi Anthony, The patter for the original effect is about a certain magician's queens that behave wildly. That patter didn't work with my style, so I came up with this presentation.

I'm glad that you liked it!

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Thanks for the kind words fellas!
This is very easy to perform. You get a lot of mileage out of just one move. People always respond well to this effect and always want to examine the cards when I'm done. The great thing is that it's completely examinable!

** Dan, let's get that brew soon!!

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Thanks for the kind words fellas!
This is very easy to perform. You get a lot of mileage out of just one move. People always respond well to this effect and always want to examine the cards when I'm done. The great thing is that it's completely examinable!

** Dan, let's get that brew soon!!

Rudy



hahaha!  beautiful Rudy!  Loved it!  Bravo!!



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Nice presentation, Rudy, good patter angle. 

Apart from Gerry's version of the routine, there have been marketed versions by Ronnay (via Emerson and West), Aldo Colombini, John Bannon, Paul Gordon and Roy Walton had a version in print. Aldo's version involved leprechauns, lol. I've used his and the ones by John and Paul over the years.
Hi Paul. Which trick if mine are you referring too, exactly? Cheers, PG

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Hi Paul. Which trick if mine are you referring too, exactly? Cheers, PG


"The Ultimate Sting", which is possibly the best version. Though I still prefer Aldo's Leprechauns version "Shenanigan"  on St. Patrick's day [smile]

For a one packet version of cards turning up and down with a surprise ending (and requiring no table so perfect for strolling) my preference is Bob Farmer's "Mutanz" which used to be a great seller when demming it at Blackpool (a variation of Walton's 'Cascade"). 

Time I put them back in my repertoire.

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"The Ultimate Sting", which is possibly the best version. Though I still prefer Aldo's Leprechauns version "Shenanigan"  on St. Patrick's day [smile]

For a one packet version of cards turning up and down with a surprise ending (and requiring no table so perfect for strolling) my preference is Bob Farmer's "Mutanz" which used to be a great seller when demming it at Blackpool (a variation of Walton's 'Cascade"). 

Time I put them back in my repertoire.



I'll have to check out both of these. I love the idea of doing this with just one packet.

Thanks Paul! (Hallas and Gordon)

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Very good presentation, Rudy. Congratulations!
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"The Ultimate Sting", which is possibly the best version. Though I still prefer Aldo's Leprechauns version "Shenanigan"  on St. Patrick's day [smile]

For a one packet version of cards turning up and down with a surprise ending (and requiring no table so perfect for strolling) my preference is Bob Farmer's "Mutanz" which used to be a great seller when demming it at Blackpool (a variation of Walton's 'Cascade"). 

Time I put them back in my repertoire.

Ah, I see. Thank you Paul. I had assumed that but it could have been my Collateral Damage trick. Cheers, Paul

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The Ultimate Sting is a killer trick, worthy of your time if you like packet tricks.
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The Ultimate Sting is a killer trick, worthy of your time if you like packet tricks.
Much appreciate the kind words, Tom. Paul

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The Ultimate Sting is a killer trick, worthy of your time if you like packet tricks.


It's a good closer to a short set, you finish with a laugh.

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Well, I have been inspired to track down my Call of the Wild cards, dust them off, and try to remember the damn routine. Loving the challenge and having fun with the routine.

Thanks, Rudy, et al!

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Hi Fellas,

Here's my presentation of an old effect created by Gerry Griffin.



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Fabulous!

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Nice ending Rudy ! I wasn't expecting that..
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