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In Register. Honey84 Posts: Forum Member. Confidence and nice tricks Daniel was very good. He'll mature well. The card trick was smooth and the arm twisting was nicely timed. Ex Pat Posts: 7, Forum Member.
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Honey84 wrote: ». I agree i liked him, he'll be good when his older, i cant believe his 15! Supratad Posts: 8, Forum Member. Rroses wrote: ». I didn't like the Prediction guyno "likeability" factor either, why should he get a second chance?
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Too desparate to get to Vegas. Right, however on this occasion the electronic nature of the props used was nothing to do with the method of the trick, and the adjudicator knew that.
This means the display will show which CD is in which player. The display will read 1,2,3 or 4. You can see Alan is looking at the players after the woman has put the CDs in them. He also knows the order she plays them in, from left to right. So that explains the 1st 3 predictions. Hopefully they've saved some better acts for the last few episodes Piff the dragon been the only entertaining one for a while imo. Lool yh i think its him, looks the same and talks the same! For me, the problem with last night's show was that all of the acts, bar the chap who got his second chance, were merely showcasing their talents as opposed to having a chance of fooling our two heroes.
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I daresay they probably knew this too and particularly enjoyed the TV exposure. As for Richard Bellars spI agree with others before. It was too accurate, tidy, and convoluted.
The actual method of the trick was generally clever, but the execution of the act was a little disappointing. Still, none of them was as outrightly terrible as the CD 'trick'. Rutakateki wrote: ». Like for instance when he threw the mat and cards aside, he says he was aiming at Jonathan's head! It's fine in a rowdy club, but seemed a bit aggressive for primetime- just an observation. MrSuper wrote: ».
He didn't deserve to come back on. Surely if they allow him then by right they have to allow everyone else?
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I've been following this thread as the series has progressed, and I'm a little surprised that the "regulars" who post spoilers are currently silent on the topic of the latest show. So either they've decided it's a crappy series and can't be bothered to carry on, or maybe they are genuinely stumped as to how the prediction was done. That's not a criticism of anyone who posts spoilers here. I actually enjoy reading them, though it does "spoil" the illusion, of course Where are all the theorists today?
I tried to enter the competition on the itv website but cannot find it I looked lastnight and also today but nothing. The 'fooling' part is the least important part for me it is just great to see magic on TV. Last night had a great range of tricks and 'types' of performer. A confident young lad doing some well presented tricks there to show youngsters they too can do magic, a female magician doing a really nice rope trick, a 'street type' magician doing a good two stage trick and the guy from the Special coming back and doing a great multipart trick with a really good reveal.
The 'perfection' of the prediction was fine for Is teller gay, and the perfect writing is one of the things that stumped Teller and well as how he loaded it into his shoe.
That trick for me did not drag, it built up Bumtiddlywinks wrote: ». Ex Pat wrote: ». Well that blows my latest theory outta the water. I put it in spoilers anyway just in case it's remotely correct.
Nice theory, apart from the last sentence. For the audience to do that in a couple of seconds, with the letters the same height and perfectly aligned, really would be a hell of a trick. Of course, it's possible the camera was stopped or edited out for 20 minutes or so, but that might rather hamper the flow of the act to the audience.
There's been plenty of posts on it and I think it's been covered. The trick was too perfect. He had a piece of paper written nice and clearly with the dart scores and the words.
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The note was written after the words were chosen and whilst they are doing rock, paper, scissors he moves to the podium where the note is planted. As was said ealrier though he could have had a note in each shoe. He then chose the shoe to get the correct result. One thing that hasn't been mentioned though is why he was accepted this time around. He used his "mental powers" to predict the scores, words and winner. It would have been impressive if the note was in the briefcase. They'd already said that they didn't think it was possible for him to secretly write the note because it was too legible and then he admitted himself that he didn't write the note.
I considered that. Every seat has a row and seat so it can coriographed sp perfectly. Each person would know in seconds whether or not to raise their card depending on the name. They would have an instruction card telling them to raise the card or not. So simple really. Also remember that they have Is teller gay the 3rd track to be prepared and Alan did take his time before the 4th track.
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