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Rusty
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I would like to know the best Bicycle shrinking card case. I have seen the Hoyle box used in Tribute to Verone. Are these available in Bicycle????
Uli Weigel
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Do yourself a favour and buy John Cornelius' Shrinking Card Box. It's the best I've seen and used. It's plastic and will therefore last a very long time.

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Rusty
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The box in Tribute to Verone is the John Cornelius one. I have seen the demo and it's fantastic, I agree, but I am looking for a Bicycle box. Is it available??
Uli Weigel
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The regular John Cornelius Shrinking Card Box Trick comes with a Bicycle box design. Check yourself at your favorite dealer.
Rusty
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Great - thanks Uli. I will check it out - don't suppose you know a link do you?
Uli Weigel
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Try a Google search, Rusty.
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Hey Rusty,

I got both of mine from Davenports (red & blue). Excellent. They don't even look like plastic.


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What about the John Kennedy version? Is that good? Smile
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I've got John Cornelius and am very pleased. Very durable. Got mine from Chazpro on the web. Smile
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http://www.elmagicshop.com carries them. You can talk to David about getting one in a different color (they usually are red bike poker).

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Actually the mini case in "Tribute to Varone" is a mini Rider deck, bot gaffed in any way, just small.

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Rusty
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Bought one from Davenports (thanks Brian) works a dream. Very durable.
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I have Cornelius's plastic box and love it. Or, if you like, he explains how to make your own on his FISM card magic video. He also explains how he places the regular size deck back into the mini card box.
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On 2002-10-11 11:02, magicdeacon wrote:
I've got John Cornelius and am very pleased. Very durable.


Well you'd best give him back then! I'm sure he is very durable!!(lol) Smile Smile Smile

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How about the john kennedy version? it seems pretty nice
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