Duplicates by T.J. Osbourne

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“Dowsing Duplicates by Alexander Marsh is a great technique that can be used in a variety of ways. In the tutorial Alexander shows an actual stage performance with photo cards, then talks about using business cards, playing cards and questions cards to demonstrate the diversity of the principle. What I particularly liked was the ending he created which, after matching a couple of the cards individually, snaps into a quicker procedure to take care of all the other matches. It moves right along and doesn’t get boring. As Alexander points out, these instructions can be adapted by

performers in many different ways. Given my own style of working, I immediately decided that I would perform this routine wearing a blindfold such as my own stainless steel blindfold, a folded cloth blindfold or just about any other type. I, personally think the effect would be greatly enhanced doing it that way. But this is the good thing about this tutorial; it gives you the leeway to think about the effect and decide how you want to use it based on where you perform and who your audience is. Rest assured, the method can be learned in just 10 minutes and it is easy to do so you can devote your concentration on presentation. Highly recommended.” -Richard Osterlind

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