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Rudy Tinoco

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I'll be teaching this on the next episode of "Old Is New Again".


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Nice. Someone was asking about equivoque earlier this week. Hopefully they're paying attention, because there's a wonderful lesson right here!

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Nice. Someone was asking about equivoque earlier this week. Hopefully they're paying attention, because there's a wonderful lesson right here!

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Thanks Anthony. The author of this particular effect says that few magicians will actually have the courage to give his trick a try.

I'll explain more about that on Monday's "Old Is New Again".

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If you have a copy, check out Rock the 'Voque, in John Bannon's Mentalissimo. 

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'Victoria' appears to be the inspiration for Max Maven's 'B'Wave' 

The Royalty Force used is a brave one, as is the elimination for the Jacks/Kings. 

I can understand the authors comments on few magicians being brave enough to try this one.  It'll be interesting to see if outs have been covered to deal with numbers, or male court cards being chosen.  

The name of the effect seems to suggest it only works with the Queens.
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'Victoria' appears to be the inspiration for Max Maven's 'B'Wave' 



It certainly does!

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