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Salt-Less – The second plotless trick, you pick a card Maigc find it. In my top 3 card magic books ever written. But with the chosen card being found at selected number from the top of the deck, it’s more than just a handling. Force Prediction – This is just magician’s choice to force a prediction, it’s a bit round the houses really and reminds me of the 21 card trick.
Yes, it isn’t the best written book, and yes, the effects aren’t mindblowing but there are at least 10 items I would use in here. I do a version of Challenge Aces which I developed and use it all the time because there is so much magic there.
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Lots of your time was involved. It would be interesting to hear what peoples idea of why they deem a book to be great or not. Four cards are selected and then found by cutting to them, their cards change to aces and the four selections ahrry removed from your pockets. Say, “A lot of magicians start this trick by showing the aces like this, then they place them back on top and deal them out like so” No credit given to Dr Daley for his transposition concept and no credit given to J.
At least by now we know that there aren’t going to be effect descriptions at the beginnings of Harry’s tricks, now are there?
Close-up Card Magic by Harry Lorayne
You would think that if either one of them knew of originators who were not properly credited, he would have mentioned them to Harry. It’s dull and plotless. So anyway, on with the tricks. Learn some of the greatest card tricks ever, straight from the legend himself Wanna learn card tricks? It looks overt and it is! The overall effect is that of Vernon’s “out of sight out of mind” no mentionhowever it doesn’t always work so I’d prefer to use the Vernon method.
At least when you put 3 on each you have uniformity of action, also you need to do the turnover change twice in this version whereas it was only used once in the previous version. In the side pocket – This is another risky item. For Harry, there is no dead time.
Close-up Card Magic
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A good if rather obvious application of the Curry change. You are entitled to call them as you see them, and you are entitled to think Harry’s change to Design for Laughter is inconsequential.
I can’t see anyone having a problem learning the move from the description. The original do as I do is superior as the same effect is created with no moves at all. There is more to life than magic tricks. Robin Dawes rated it really liked it Apr 08, You could actually use the pocket idea with Vernon’s trick which could add a nice presentational aspect.
Guinn Inner circle “Great Scott! You are brave to differ with the majority! Oh and re the faro shuffle.
Alex Hui rated it it was amazing Aug 12, We’ve got a lorxyne of new magic tricks up our sleeve. Flash Aces – Lorayne arrogantly prefaces this trick by saying that someone told him it was very similar to someone else’s effect. This is a filler trick and I don’t like it. MOH rated it it was amazing Feb 08, When Mahic screamed for them to stop with the card they had in their hand and then they turned it around and it was it