PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

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Re: PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

Postby Xagan » Mon Feb 20, 2012 7:47 pm



Is this trick suitable for beginners? I know you have the difficulty system, but is that a difficulty system specifically for magicians, or a general one for everyone? I mean, let's say a trick gets a '1', would it be easy to do for magicians, but rather hard for someone like me who is a beginner?

This trick looks amazing, but I don't want to buy it if it's going to be way out of my league.

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Re: PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

Postby Stephen Ward » Mon Feb 20, 2012 8:03 pm

The moves are rather standard ones and are ones you should be learning anyway. If you did struggle at first it would not really take that long to learn.

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Re: PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

Postby Paul Gordon » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:16 pm

Xagan wrote:Is this trick suitable for beginners? I know you have the difficulty system, but is that a difficulty system specifically for magicians, or a general one for everyone? I mean, let's say a trick gets a '1', would it be easy to do for magicians, but rather hard for someone like me who is a beginner?

This trick looks amazing, but I don't want to buy it if it's going to be way out of my league.


if you get it from me and struggle, ill send you a link where i teach some of the sleights used...

Paul Gordon

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Re: PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

Postby Xagan » Fri Feb 24, 2012 8:26 pm

Paul Gordon wrote:
Xagan wrote:Is this trick suitable for beginners? I know you have the difficulty system, but is that a difficulty system specifically for magicians, or a general one for everyone? I mean, let's say a trick gets a '1', would it be easy to do for magicians, but rather hard for someone like me who is a beginner?

This trick looks amazing, but I don't want to buy it if it's going to be way out of my league.


if you get it from me and struggle, ill send you a link where i teach some of the sleights used...

Paul Gordon


Hi Paul, it arrived this week, I'm finding it a tad difficult, any chance you could send me that link?

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Re: PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

Postby Paul Gordon » Fri Feb 24, 2012 9:31 pm

Can you email me privately? PG

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Re: PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

Postby Xagan » Sun Feb 26, 2012 5:44 pm

Just wanted to say that the link you sent me Paul has proved very helpful, the sleights are simple and just require some practice. The trick is coming along very nicely and I look forward to performing it.

Thanks for a great trick.

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Re: PAUL GORDON'S CORNER OF PICADILLY

Postby Paul Gordon » Sun Feb 26, 2012 9:47 pm

Thank you. Have fun...

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