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  1. #1 September 29th, 2012
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    Default Saturday Night Roundtable - Daniel Madison

    Hey everyone!

    It's Saturday night, and THAT means it's time for a fresh edition of a Saturday Night Contest. This week's event is a roundtable discussion podcast. Each time we do this, we are joined by a different artist or artists, and we answer questions that YOU submit right here in this forum thread. You ask. And we answer. You can check out past roundtable discussions here.

    This week, we are joined by daniel+Madison, creator of Dangerous, Lethal, and star of Penn and Teller's "Fool Us" in 2011. Madison's signature style of magic and cardistry has been an inspiration to performers around the world, and tonight, you are invited to ask questions and gain advice from one of magic's best.

    Post your questions in response to this forum thread. Limit of THREE questions per member, and you have 24 hours from right now to submit your questions. The deadline is 7:30pm EDT tomorrow: Sunday, September 30th. Ask d+M about magic, cardistry, his experience with Penn and Teller, and his upcoming project at theory11. During the podcast, we'll answer as many questions as possible, and the final recording will be posted tomorrow night.

    One random member whose question is asked during the podcast will receive 1,000 Elite Member Points and a pre-release package containing Madison's upcoming (huge) release at theory11. So make your questions count!

    UPDATE: Time is UP, and the podcast has been posted! You can listen to the 30+ minute podcast right here, right now.

    // jonathan.bayme
    ceo / theory11
  2. #2 September 29th, 2012

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    1. What got you into magic?
    2. Did you really almost get your legs broken because you were a poker cheat? Could you tell us more?
    3. Do you miss the life on the 'dark side' (as a poker cheat )

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    How long you took in learning the move you used in the show "fool us" ? and where can i learn it?

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    What was your inspiration for the new release?
    How long did it take to put it all together?
    What advice would you give someone intent on fooling Penn & Teller?

  5. #5 September 29th, 2012

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    How did you get started in cardistry and what is your creative process behind making one

  6. #6 September 29th, 2012

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    how did u get into magic

  7. #7 September 29th, 2012

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    Do you like mentalism, gimmicks, or slight of hand better? Why?

  8. #8 September 29th, 2012

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    What is your best magic move(made by you)?
    How many years of practice in cardistry?
    What includes in the new project?

    Check out my channel
    CardArtJ <==
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    If you were to go on 'Fool Us' again, what would you do differently?
    Will cardistry ever come to a point that, like magic, there can be full-length shows based upon it?
    When was your first time being filmed in color?

    KEYLICIOUS is here!
    See the trailer!
    www.JeffPrace.com

    Catch me on YouTube or FaceBook
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    You say that you stay away from general magic, is there anybody who has influenced you more than others?

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