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The encased hand riffles the cards and the spectator sights a card. This is a post graduate course in card magic. Just recently bought it and it’s become one of my faves. A friend say that this was best book he got form a library but this was in the early 90’s now days you can not find this useful book in libraries!

Marlo Peek Deck application. The Natural Multiple Claxsics. I dare to say that this is one if the most underestimated books on card magic. Ted Lesley – Six-Card Repeat. Nov 1, We ship to you directly from within the UK.

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Gary plays the part of the viewer, as he asks classiics, has holds and moves repeated, asks the camera to come in closer or suggests that Ken should move a finger or change an angle so the grip or position is made quite clear. Don’t – because I usually do NOT waste time, space, etc.


Additional links Vanishing Inc. As for effects, there are some stunning routines in this book. As Paul says, cafd “eerie spin out” is really cool. Old thread, happened to run across it, couldn’t help it!! Magic shop we’re proud to produce great magic books, tricks, downloads and DVDs.

The Miracle Multiple Peek. Cards are squared, hands clapped and the chosen card is now on top of the deck. I was commenting on how silly it was that the poster felt it was a problem that Harry doesn’t describe the effect at the outset. The Ken Krenzel book book is a classic.

Ken Krenzel – Card Classics (Vol. 1)

I think this book is worth the investment. How can you describe the effect of something if it isn’t an effect? Paul Inner circle A good lecturer at your service! Toggle navigation Conjuring Archive. There are some ‘new’ sleights which you can buy online for a few bucks The Peek Corner Crimp. The Surefire Second Deal. There is no palming. Lousy books don’t get reprinted!

The “One-Card” Double Lift. Download your magic to any device, including our free iPad app. New York City Posts. When I buy a book, it’s not always for the effects or moves, but for ot.


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Sending to our UK warehouse Typically takes 2 – 3 days. Symmatrix Special user Posts. As he watches, the spectator sees the pack cut itself, as one half slowly moves toward the finger tips which raise the cut selection so the card at the cut can be seen.

The One-Hand Middle Deal. I use quite a number of useful sleights particularly the Krenzel Mechanical Reverse as well as other utility moves. Ever heard of “The Mechanical Reverse”? The card is noted, returned to the center, still clipped between the cards.

With Gary Ouellet as host, you csrd sit back and enjoy the work of the master, as he carefully explains his ideas, moves and routines. Andrew Loh Inner circle Malaysia Posts. You may also like: The Invisible Bottom Reverse.