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Gracie Morgan

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There is no better way to handle challenges than to turn them to your advantage and then use them to increase the entertainment value of your performance.

My latest PDF will get you on your way to doing that consistently.  It’s a Monograph I've written expanding on the idea of ProActive Card Control—an idea I put into print in my very first lecture notes. Think of it as "Outs, Precautions & Challenges" on steroids. It's a systematic way of avoiding trouble before it even happens!

30 Pages with 20 photographs of me demonstrating my favorite Peeks and Glimpses.

$7.99  Again, PayPal directly at gracieamorgan61@gmail.com

Additionally, since someone asked, I have the links to the previous three lectures and the cost to get all three is $10.99. If you want to download them you’ll have to take an extra step and get something like this:http://www.keepvid.com Otherwise they should be available for streaming from YouTube indefinitely.

You can PayPal me 10.99 directly at gracieamorgan61@gmail.com

And… my latest lecture is available for 5.99!  PayPal $5.99 to gracieamorgan61@gmail.com

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Hello my friends,

in short: Get all you can get what Gracie is offering!

The Pro-Active Card Control is one of the most valuable concepts I have read (and I read quite a lot!), it will change the way you perform into a more relaxed mind-set so you can better concentrate on the entertaining part of your performance. Do yourself a favour and get it.

All who attended Gracies lecture on the last weekend have seen (or better not...) her work on the pass. If you are interested in working your pass(es) to higher levels you will need her Hacking The Pass and you will have a lot of fun! Painstakingly filmed and produced, camera angles from all possible positions, most detailed descriptions of where which finger has to go (and why(!)), what to do, what not to do...you´ve got an impression of her way of teaching when you were on her lecture. Also here the same: BUY IT! It will help you!

And : Get the Weapons Of...-Set of her. The Hacker-Stack is sooo useful that I use it besides Mnemonica...and it is full of good advice and practical routines! Not to mention the peek-collection...Have I to repeat myself: Get it. (as an aside I have no advantages of writing this, it is my heartfelt opinion and conviction!)


All the best,

Axel
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RayJ

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Hello my friends,

in short: Get all you can get what Gracie is offering!

The Pro-Active Card Control is one of the most valuable concepts I have read (and I read quite a lot!), it will change the way you perform into a more relaxed mind-set so you can better concentrate on the entertaining part of your performance. Do yourself a favour and get it.

All who attended Gracies lecture on the last weekend have seen (or better not...) her work on the pass. If you are interested in working your pass(es) to higher levels you will need her Hacking The Pass and you will have a lot of fun! Painstakingly filmed and produced, camera angles from all possible positions, most detailed descriptions of where which finger has to go (and why(!)), what to do, what not to do...you´ve got an impression of her way of teaching when you were on her lecture. Also here the same: BUY IT! It will help you!

And : Get the Weapons Of...-Set of her. The Hacker-Stack is sooo useful that I use it besides Mnemonica...and it is full of good advice and practical routines! Not to mention the peek-collection...Have I to repeat myself: Get it. (as an aside I have no advantages of writing this, it is my heartfelt opinion and conviction!)


All the best,

Axel


I'm hoping that Gracie's demonstration of passes puts to bed the notion that nobody can perform it invisibly.  It just isn't so.  
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I had the privilege of having read "ProActive Card Control" and I would tell you in the turn of a phrase "Just Get It".

Great material -- going to be re-reading it a few times, but anyone attending any of Gracie's lectures should know they're going to be getting something good for their money!

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Axel

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Hi Dave,

happy that I´m not alone and that my judgement doesn´t mislead me!

I am sometimes reminded of this if I´m performing in a (supposed) secure situation with friends...someone suddenly behaves as an ...(fill in what is comfortably to you...)...disturbing the performance in a challenging way... and then I regret to not have followed Gracie´s advice...sigh...
I am aware of the concept since...2008(?) since I got Weapons Of Mass Destruction, I had never have read something similar before and was also privileged to get the 2017 issue with more and deeper informations...as I said in a previous post... I think it will change the way you perform in positive way because it takes the fear of screwing up your performance away from you...so you can concentrate more on the presentation and you can face challenges with self-confidence!

Ray, and she demonstrates that it can look normal...I have a DVD of Derek Dingle doing the pas many times...it itself is quite invisible (why ever) but you see that "something" happens, ok, it is demonstrating modus, but holding the deck in the way he does together with the "perceived" movements telling that something happend. Gracie is "just" moving the deck and further more there is nothing to see or to guess...
And on the DVD she has taken A LOT OF Time and efforts to get ALL of the details that matter on tape, all nuances, all do-and-don´ts from all angles.

All the best,

Axel
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Gracie Morgan

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I'm hoping that Gracie's demonstration of passes puts to bed the notion that nobody can perform it invisibly.  It just isn't so.  

Thanks RayJ-- that means a lot to me!  I hadn't practiced those passes for a very long while so it was a bit surprising to me that they looked OK. I was pretty sure I was totally out of shape! [biggrin]
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