A new printing of Steven Youell’s lecture notes, originally from * The Card Trick That The Hacker Stack A new idea in memorized stack work. Powerful. is this still available from Steven Youell? For a while, the “Hacker Stack” was offered as a free download, but that offer has long since been. Originally Posted by Steven Youell I use Si Stebbins as a Called it the Hacker Stack and published around 15 years ago. So you shuffle into.

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Moving on, – Jack.

The Magic Cafe Forums – Is this “stack” published?

His recent multiple-card top palm seems like it could survive a good burning, except that the covering action involves turning the deck face-up, the sort of thing which tends to cry out “A move just happened!

Gosh, well, hmmm, I think so, but if a card magic historian were to come out of the woodwork to tell me that it was actually created by so and so, and was published in such and such, in Pig Latin, in an obscure publication, then I will gladly stand corrected. I have not responded in kind, nor will I. By the way– nearly all the videos from the site are on the DVD. I am willing to work out any issues you have with me and I’m willing to work our any issues you and your friends have with me.

Previous Topic Next Topic. As to your opinion on his work– I have no idea if you’re qualified to make those judgments.

I thank you for the heavy lifting. As to the PM’s– threatening me with publishing them will be ineffective.


But, it isn’t there! Jack, I’m sorry you’re planning on living with bitterness for the rest of your life. I would much rather respect you as a senior magician. When she was a nipper she learned a trick that uses one and has busted me glimpsing on another hackdr.

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The Hacker Stack does not use any rules. Every card is in a particular place. Cohiba, still early days but the routine is as follows: What is the best stacked deck to memorize Can’t find a suitable category? I can use it as a Si Stebbins deck without using it as a Mem deck.

You’re right of course, Doug. Password Forgot your password?

youwll When I try to make an argument and put a lot of thought into it, I don’t care if people openly disagree with me. But if you’d like I’d be glad to address them. I was willing to discuss them with you. That’s why I chose the order.

That is unfortunate, but again, if you change your mind, please let me stfven. I’m not sure if you are referring to the Skinner “stack” already mentioned, but, if I am understanding your question correctly, then John Cornelius may just have what you are looking for.

This I’d Memorex, not live. I appreciate your apology and it is a good first step, but I hope you also understand that after crossing the line by several miles it takes more than slipping in an apology on a blog. Test me in this. I’ve offered to apologize. So let’s deal with different facts that contradict you. No matter what I tried, I could never remember my times tables at school, I frequently switch numbers around I’ll read asfor example and generally struggle strange considering I did A-Level maths!

But I sincerely mahic not set out to make people have the feelings that you’ve expressed. You guys are totally ridiculous. Again, a lot of supporting material. But then I’m a full time professional and have worked with memorized decks for many years.


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A lot of his videos are there but I haven’t seen The Hacker Stack. So you shuffle into the Si stebbins stack from new deck order, that must of took some practice? I really hope that’s the case. And frankly, considering the amount of time we have already given you in pointing out which actions of yours have been so disturbing, are you unable to see what would solve it for yourself?

So I’ll make it clear: Steven, by his very nature, is extroverted, loud, and opinionated. I hope you understand that considering your age and experience in magic sttack situation is jagic difficult for me. So please, stop taking jabs at me and my work–it’s only making you look bad. Most beginning texts discuss palming coins, but it’s palming cards that quickly becomes a killer tool in the hands of the professional closeup magician.

Doing so is circular reasoning and if you want to form a coherent argument, you cannot have it both ways. I received no special treatment. I’m pretty sure you feel the same way about me.

Furthermore, most of the evidence you do have is specific to you, personally. It’s a social dysfunction and not conducive to open dialogue. Even in the Fourth Wall thread you linked to I admitted I was wrong.