jhlipton September 14, 2014 Share September 14, 2014 I was thinking about several "flashes" (I think they called) that P&T noticed that convinced them how a trick was done -- and once they noticed, it may have been hard for them to see something else. Since magic is, as Penn said "knowing your audience" and the audience for Fool Us is P&T, rather than the audience, you have to misdirect them. Why not show them something they'd be expecting to see (a clumsy shuffle, a possible deck switch, a hidden card in a box) that had nothing to do with your trick, while doing the trick some other way? It would make it somewhat easier for the magicians, I think. 1 Link to comment
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