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ZAVIADELITA

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I'm working on the Ramsay stack and had never tried to really learn it. It seems it is taking a long time to perfect the coin vanishes and showing the tube empty ect according to the digital footage of my practice. Any one else seem to take a bit learning new moves or routines or am I just getting slower and older? Seemed when I was 25 I learned quckier.

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I love learning new things. i get better at learning as time goes by. i like the Carney version.
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As you get older you get slower,but wiser.
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As you get older.............. uh.......... I forgot what I was going to say???

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Haha, I'm with you Mike!  Like walking into a room with purpose ... and then forgetting why I went there.
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To get back to Zaviasdelita’s post:  John Ramsey was a genius.  But because he had rather “pudgy” hands (and I do not), most of his effects are beyond my ability.  Nevertheless, I studied and learned a great deal about misdirection from his work.  Also from Andrew Galloway’s two books about the misdirection techniques he learnt from Ramsey.


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