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Postby cajmagic » May 27th, '06, 19:40



Farlsborough wrote:Heh :)
All it takes is a few bored hours of registering a hundred different usernames to create a whole wodge of "good feedback" - as for stealing £1, it's absolutely worth it if you can persuade 1000 to go for it!


LOL
(':lol:')


Yes, may be right -

OK - here goes -

RISK 1 pound - MAYBE you'll get cards - If you do they will be CRAZY KINGS from the Caj Deck

DO YOU FEEL LUCKY (':?:')

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Postby Farlsborough » May 27th, '06, 20:50

Wrong again dude... we're magicians... we know there's no such thing as luck, just a plan cleverly executed :D :wink:

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Postby Option » May 28th, '06, 00:58

OK I just sold some digital art, so I'm willing to risk a dollar and be the bait for everyone here. Ye can all wait for my good or bad news before jumping in!

But, what's the The Crazy Kings trick? I'm not good at designing routines - don't own any gaff cards.

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Postby Michael Paul » Jun 1st, '06, 04:56

Not only is CAJ legit...

The cards look spectacular. Wager the pound. You won't be sorry.

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Postby Option » Jun 1st, '06, 15:28

OK sent $ on Jun 6. Awaiting good reply.

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Postby edh » Jun 8th, '06, 22:52

This is a legitimate offer. I have recieved the cards that are being offered and they are of superb quality. I understand the scepticism though.

Take the chance. You won't be sorry.
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Postby dat8962 » Jun 13th, '06, 18:19

So have I

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It's not really an optical illusion - it just looks like one!
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Postby Option » Jun 20th, '06, 08:04

well, good news. The cards came today. They're quite well made. Those cards that look like two cards of three cards, originally I thought how on earth could someone mistake a printed card for two cards. But when I first looked at the back of the card in a fan, I really did for a second think another card was covering it! :D

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Postby dat8962 » Jun 20th, '06, 22:24

A similar card is used in Aaron Fisher's Bicycle Thief with great effect, if I'm thinking of the same card.

I've always found this a very nice little routine. Easy to perform yet convincing.

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