theory11 roundtable discussion - Richard Z
Tonight is Saturday, and as is tradition, it's time for this week's Saturday Night Contest. Tonight marks our sixth theory11 roundtable discussion. Listen to our previous discussions with Wayne Houchin, Tom Isaacson, Dan and Dave, Andrei Jikh, and Daniel Garcia on this page.
Our host tonight is Richard Z. Founder of Decknique, promoter of cardistry, theory11 developer extraordinaire. Richard does it all. We've worked side by side over the past year and a half in creation of theory11 as a destination for both magic and cardistry - and over the past year, I think we've proved that we meant business. We have a long way to go, and we as a community have grown by leaps and bounds. From the battle system, to the feature-full media section, to the many projects we have going on behind the scenes - Richard plays a huge role here at theory11 and in the industry as a whole.
As is the case with all theory11 roundtable discussions, we will be taking questions directly from you guys and answering them in a podcast posted shortly thereafter. All questions must be posted in response to this thread by 10:00pm EST - this is when we will start recording. The podcast will be posted at 11:00pm EST in this forum thread.
All of those whose questions are picked to be in the podcast will receive a 1-on-1 video of your choice. Looking forward to some great questions tonight. We will discuss the past, present, and future of cardistry - as well as just about anything else you guys ask. As always, questions should be relevant, appropriate, respectful, and as on-topic as possible. Go for it...
UPDATE : Podcast has been posted. Listen to it now HERE.// jonathan.bayme
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How long have you been in to cardisty?
Where do you see cardistry going in the future now with the emergence of some great artists such as Dan and Dave, Daniel Madison, etc?
Were there any card moves that you had an incredibly tough time getting down more than others? If so which ones?
Cardistry, while wonderful, is still rather obscure and unique. How did you discover it and what fascinated you about it?
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- Nov 2007
A few questions for Richard Z:
I was wondering If we will ever be able to have more battles going on than 2 at one time?
What got you started into cardistry?
How did you become a part of theory11?
I have heard about decknique but am not sure what it is, if you would be so kind to tell me what decknique is?
How did you get started in cardistry?Hi every-body!
What was it that made you want to start Decknique?
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What flourisher has had the biggest influnce on you?Hi every-body!
whats your favorite deck of cards?
how many decks of cards do you have?
1. How do you feel cardistry should be practiced? In private as a hobby, o exhibited for spectators?
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