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Rudy Tinoco

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Fun session. I butchered the portion of the routine where the computer has a glitch. Axel's demonstration afterwards showed how it is supposed to look.


Nah, you did a fine job and it led to some great input from others. Thanks for sharing, RayJ!

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I agree with Mike.  That rope routine is really good!  Of course, there were many other great routines and ideas.  I look forward to the replay.

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Rudy,

Since it was apparently incomprehensible due to my lousy internet, please excise my trick from the session when you edit. I'll refrain from actively participating until sheltering in place is behind us and my neighbors aren't all at home and online! 

Great job and good times - thanks to all!

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Guys, thx for the favorable comments on the rope moves. It's hard to believe I've been using these for 30+ years now. 

Attached is a PDF describing the moves and I've embedded unlisted links to YouTube that you can see the moves in action.

Thx again and happy rope cutting!

 
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Guys, thx for the favorable comments on the rope moves. It's hard to believe I've been using these for 30+ years now. 

Attached is a PDF describing the moves and I've embedded unlisted links to YouTube that you can see the moves in action.

Thx again and happy rope cutting!


Mark, I enjoyed your contributions yesterday. You are very kind and generous to share the work on the rope moves. The drawings are top notch. Thanks!
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Since it was apparently incomprehensible due to my lousy internet, please excise my trick from the session when you edit. I'll refrain from actively participating until sheltering in place is behind us and my neighbors aren't all at home and online!


It was too bad about your video breaking up, but the audio remained and it's always interesting to hear your approach to a presentation.

Don't forget you can always record and share on the forum. Nice to have that as an option for those of us with spottier connections.
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Hi Fellas,

The video is being uploaded to Vimeo right now. I'll be sending out the link shortly!

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Thanks for making the video available online Rudy, can't wait to check it out! I was really looking forward to meeting some of you guys yesterday but unfortunately I had a little family emergency to take care of, right at the worst possible time [frown] Thankfully everyone is now doing better
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Here's a video demo of Allan Ackerman's Reassembled Finale from Harris' Close-Up Fantasies. I think it's the basis of the assembly routine shown during the session.

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Great session again this week and glad to be part of it once again. Apologies if any of you caught me yawning it had been a long day and was getting past my bed time here in the UK lol. I hope you enjoyed my 'All Backs' routine normally ending with a royal flush but on this occasion made topical with the important message at the end of SAVE LIVES STAY AT HOME.

I also mentioned that i was going to be posting a short video each day on my facebook page (Paul Sunderland Magician or @talltricks) whilst we are in lockdown, calling the show Tricky Times. I have tonight (UK time) put up the launch video and would love it if you guys would watch it and hopefully leave a comment for me (be kind i've not performed for camera before lol).  Hopefully you will check in each day too.

Anyway take care everyone, stay safe and hopefully i'll see you next week.

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Thank you Rudy for putting this up again and for all the hard work of editing after the fun part...well done!

@RayJ: No my friend, as Rudy wrote, "Nah"! The opposite is the case, thank you for bringing this great routine to our attention again! I have used to use it a loooong time ago and it is a looong time since I did it the last time! I have just altered the sequence for some obscure reasons and wanted to offer that! No "self-butchering" is needed! You did it very well!

(...and because of you I dredged up my Ring and Rope routine!...thank you for that, too!)

All the best,

stay healthy!

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Thank you Rudy for putting this up again and for all the hard work of editing after the fun part...well done!

@RayJ: No my friend, as Rudy wrote, "Nah"! The opposite is the case, thank you for bringing this great routine to our attention again! I have used to use it a loooong time ago and it is a looong time since I did it the last time! I have just altered the sequence for some obscure reasons and wanted to offer that! No "self-butchering" is needed! You did it very well!

(...and because of you I dredged up my Ring and Rope routine!...thank you for that, too!)

All the best,

stay healthy!

Axel


Glad to have raised it back onto your radar! I always enjoy your contributions. The ring and rope really is a great effect, so portable, no re-set, common props, good visibility, doesn't require contact (who would have thought we'd care so much?), and on and on...

Hope to see you next time.
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Hi,

I've been thinking about the reverse assembly since last week.

I knew that I was used to perform this kind of routine years ago but could not remember from which source.

This particular reverse assembly can be found in "Magie Duvivier" written by Jon Racherbaumer under the name "Back-firing Queens" as well as in the DVD "From Old to new 4" from Dominique Duvivier :



The idea is the same one but using elmsley counts instead of olram subtleties. I really like this one. Sorry for the quality of the video.

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Mike Powers has definitely found the right source (albeit I am enjoying digging out the Duvivier and Lorayne/Nevling routines from my library).  I have to admit by being a little tricked by the fact that it wasn't from an Ackerman book or booklet (as I though I knew those pretty well).

I take Mike's point about the problem of bringing the two packets together. However, the disadvantage of the Ackerman solution (as I see it) is that whilst I agree the handling is cleaner, it's done at a tricky moment.  In the real world, where misdirection is allowed and cameras are not fixed on your hands, the way I was shown it (and do it) has the (somewhat bold) transfer occur at a moment of relaxation when the trick is "over" as the assembly has occurred.  In both handlings, I think the strength of the backfire rests in the two packets you have definitely not touched.

However, I think I will stick to my own handling (in person at least) as it allows me a very clean finale without moves, which from a theatrical perspective I enjoy.
You makes your choices....!

Thank you again, Mike, for your wisdom - I've been hunting for that source for years and truly appreciate the time that you and everybody else has taken to help me find it.

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