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mafic Watch for lots of exciting changes in the near future to better serve you, the magic community. I agree with your complaint. It uses an interesting key idea to keep track of the selected cards but there’s absolutely no plot!

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The book retails for 18 bucks. Open Preview See a Problem? Curry Turnover Change for multiple cards. I don’t like this very much, there is too much bad theatre.

Cameron Roat Special user Michigan Posts. The method is so subtle no one will be able to backtrack it.

Also the Curry change is not a good idea here as you have no excuse for the wierd turnover. Really this is just another close-jp a card and I find it trick. It uses an interesting handling of the bottom slip cut which is worth remembering.

For example, if I like peanut butter and hargy don’t and you tell me I’m wrong for liking it, why am I wrong for liking it? In the side pocket – This is another risky item. Braue Addition and Switch. Variations Tri-Multaneous Sam Schwartz I like the way in which the selection is taken and shuffled not cut into the deck by the spectator all while your back is turned.


This may be one of the most important books in card magic written by one of the all time greats In my top 3 card magic books ever written. Lists with This Book.

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Nov 27, This is a good idea but I think Cafd rather just do a top change as it’s easier with less chance of flashing the swicthed card and a lot easier to misdirect from. I don’t so can’t comment. As long as as an opinion is informed and intelligent, I enjoy reading a point of view that differ from my own and considering WHY Lodayne disagree with it.

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Being less experienced myself, I’m inclined to try it as written. But as it stands you could end up looking very foolish if loorayne when the trick fails.

Best wishes to you, Euan, Steve H ps: Learn the secrets from the masters themselves! Simply control the two mates to the bottom and do the force, apparantly lay the face down selection with the inserted face up card aside, do the force again and there you go. Sensitive Touch – Another pick a card I find it trick.

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If all Harry did was add the coins, I would call it a handling. I didn’t read it, as I don’t do two deck effects. Red ace – black ace – This is Daley’s last trick again, no credit harrg version by Herb Zarrow. That is one of the reasons reviews like yours are helpful, though a fair description by a more enthusiastic reviewer might be even more helpful.

Prabir Banerjee rated it it was amazing Jul 12, On Spectator’s Hand – A transposition between the spectator’s hand and your own. I disagree with most of your criticisms of the individual effects.


So if Vernon and Cardini did not know who had originated uncredited items, it might not have been so easy to find out. Please select from the options below. So anyway, on with the tricks. Occasionally it may close-uup change my mind! The effect is that two random cards the spectators are thinking of are dealt out at the same time from two halves of a deck.

Rather than say “I think this book is great” or “I think this book is a load of old nonsense” without saying why; which is how reviews usually go, I’m going to use a yard stick to weigh up the pros and cons of each effect in the book.

No credit given to Dr Daley for his transposition concept and no credit given to J. I tried learning the faro from the book and got a start. It’s not particularly difficult, the presentation is good and the effect packs a wallop.

Aces are found in do as i do way with two halves. Don’t ask how they’re similar but they are to me. Push Thru Change – I don’t know if this is original with Lorayne but if it is then my hat goes off to him. Did he intentionally omit the credit?