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Mindful Mentalism Volume 1 by Paul Hallas.
I think the triple-lie location is pretty neat, although I can do without the deal-and-duck force. There are many great items in the book and I find the binding of the book to be of high quality as well.
Double Down Under Location. There has also been some question about whether or not Lorayne actually signed them himself.
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One way of getting rid of that overprinting of books the 10 percent more is to give them away unnumbered, or make them review copies, or publisher’s presenation copies.
Thankfully a lot of the material is top notch. Also, harey, seeming lazy efforts like, “I haven’t found this in print but I’m told that it’s based on a Larry Jennings effect” p.
Inspired by Deceptive Transposition Peter Marshall My Second Keeper, Cont’d. I believe a customer in Pennsylvania has also received his copy–and he’s not the editor of Genii! The effect “Special Bonus” item near the end of the book was developed by Harry and close friend Harvey Cohen no relation! I’ve spent most of the last 48 hours looking over hary book and do find it to be valuable to me. Meanwhile, I’m still waiting for that UPS truck cough, cough. So, the book will reach people slowly.
Personal Collection by Harry Lorayne. So while you may read a routine like “Take Five,” just mentioned, and think it simple in construction and method, you should see it as more than black type on white paper and remember that if Lorayne can sell it, so can you. Regarding the book in general: Harry Lorayne And three more videos.
Inspired by Gabi Pareras idea. Incredibly Sweet Four-Card Change. Personally, I purchased the book looking for some nice effects the guys at the roundtable hadn’t seen and for it’s potential value as a collector’s item. And if Harry came out with another book today, I’d buy it. Mine didn’t come till Thursday. Six Ways And Means.
Everyone knows I love Harry. I prefer to go along with Bill’s inference that I am on the A list! As do Colledtion value my Fox cups I look at once every few months! Dried-Out Sloppy Card Trick.
Personal Collection by Harry Lorayne
I secure a break two cards down i. Send him a letter and ask him! I can tell you that he hasn’t changed one bit over those years. I had the luxury of seeing Harry perform many of his effects prior to the release of this book, so it was exciting to finally learn how he did them! Ralph, dollection a better typist can outline for you the effect of M-E-S, it would take a few pages to go into detail. Illogical Double Lift Variation. This item is a digital download ,Gimmick not included. There may be more bang for the buck in “Dingle’s Complete Works” or any other great book we’re all familiar with.
Moving X By Sultan Orazaly. If I don’t know the exact source, I do mention the fact that the idea or concept Is not new, it’s been around. The Lorayne Secret Addition. Inspired by Royal Crossing Harry Lorayne Harry Lorayne — Personal Lorajne. In his Foreword, Lorayne states: The design and composition by Andrew J. But if I can perform this, I know it will be a reputation maker.
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What does everyone else think? Back to my book! If any of you out there have the deluxe editions of the two Elmsley volumes, it’s easy to see that one slipcase fits and the other doesn’t.
Inspired by Randy Wakeman effect. The four tricks we printed in the November issue of Genii appear to be fairly representative of the contents. Okay, those questions aside, here is the Paul Cummins review: Diplopia by Paul Vigil.