ALONE ENOUGH WELL September 10 2016
You can see by the title of this post that some variations don't work too well.
It's easy to fall down the rabbit hole when it comes to variations of effects and moves.
I rarely publish variations upon variations.
But, my impulse is to not leave well enough alone.
I tend to work an effect until I'm happy and then it goes into my sets and onto the page.
However, I am not one to "stop thinking too soon", so I continually go back to the themes that ignite my creative fire.
Ace Assemblies and the Travelers are two themes I've gone back to time and again.
I've come up with numerous and different versions that have delighted my audiences of both laymen and magicians.
But, few have been shared to a wide audience and I want that to change.
I think they're good.
There I said it.
Besides being clear and direct (delivering a hard punch), they have elements that can be used to generate new approaches and methods to other effects.
This Monday I'll be sharing seven exciting versions of the Travelers where four signed Aces travel like magic to four different pockets with the Audience First Members.
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I'm excited to share the many wonderful approaches and ideas to get the most bang out of this fantastic routine along with versions of Jack Carpenter's "Pocket Interchange" and Sadowitz' "The More Things Change".
Seven exiting experiments in managing multiple cards to multiple pockets with minimal palming.
Come join the fun.
Yours In Magic,
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