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I was watching this guy and he has some incredible effects but i can't figure this out.The trick is similar Kolossal Kiler but that one uses the wallet.There is a trick in Benjamin Earl's DVD Past Midnight which does the same effect but its not as clean as this one.I would really like to know this trick so i was hoping if any of you maybe knew what is the name of this trick or where can i get it.
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I've never seen this magician or specific effect before. They don't show it from beginning to end, so it's hard to know what he's actually doing.
I do know the effect from Ben Earl's DVD and love it. 

Wish I could help you, but I don't know.

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This can be done quite simply and in a number of ways and like Rudy mentioned the clips are all edited.  Sounds like you're into some heavy card stuff if you're watching Ben Earl so just think outside the box a little.  Just keep in mind that effects presented on videos don't always start where the beginning of the clip starts.
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It's an edited mish mash so who knows. I thought the performer looked like a young Uri Geller! [smile]
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I have a DVD or download around here with a stripped down version of Kossal Killer. I think it just uses 8 cards total. I'll see if I can dig it up.

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I have a DVD or download around here with a stripped down version of Kossal Killer. I think it just uses 8 cards total. I'll see if I can dig it up.

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Hello there Mr. Powers,
Updating an old thread, but I wonder if you happen to remember what this effect was called or which DVD it is from. I use Kolossal Killer and would like to learn a leaner version?

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Haven't found what I thought I had. I'll post if it shows up.

Mike
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