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Pete Biro
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The latest Anatinomy has a trick, titled, Reflection... by Dean Dill. Dean did this for us yesterday and I have to tell you... it is worth the price of a year's subscription! Fooled all (several times).

Not only that but a new marked coin in beer bottle trick he was doing NAILED the experts... no clue! No gimmicks, no switches and it is real. I have no idea how he got it in there. Can was sealed. Pop the top and pour it out and the coin IS REALLY IN THERE... signed, no switches.

I hear Criss Angel has bought the TV rights.
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Christopher Williams
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I am very interested in Antinomy, does this mean these are all explained?

The Artful Ledger offers "Antics and Interludes." It includes thoughts on making your card magic more entertaining, as well as variations on "Daley's Aces" (in turn inspired by John Bannon's approach in Dear Mr. Fantasy ) and a packet effect by Jean-Jacques Sanvert. For a year's worth of Jon Racherbaumer content, join http://www.jonracherbaumer.com today!

Dean Dill asks about a mental "Reflection." It fools people. A spectator freely deals cards from a chosen deck. The card they stopped at is proven to be a "Reflection" of a prediction previously set aside. Check out Dean's Magic at http://www.deandill.com

Jack Parker contributes something old and something new with "100% Confidence" and "Friction Aces." If you like card magic, you'll love these. The cards go through surprising changes in these well-framed effects.

Jack T. Koopmans offers "Celebrity Search." The magician is able to magically stop on a card whose image matches the name of a celebrity that the spectator is thinking of.

Matt Herbert shows how to perform a "Sobriety Test." In this test, the rules are turned upside down as a Quarter is hidden behind a Dime. You better answer this one correctly, or you won't pass!

Norman Beck recommends how to pay (play?) "Hotel Bills." Norman uses a set of currency to illustrate a math puzzle where $1 disappears. He uses this effect to obtain free upgrades at the hotels he stays at.

In the third edition of The Honest Liar, Jamy Ian Swiss discusses what has been assumed to be a pet phrase of Vernon's: "Don't make unimportant things important."
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antinomy
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Christopher,

The coin trick Pete mentions is not in ANTINOMY, but the others you list are all in Issue 3 with explanations.

Gene
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Peo Olsson
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Jeff
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I'll post this here also, Antinomy is a beutifully produced magazine that is worth every bit of what Gene is asking. The Quality of the product, the information and the magic is top notch. If you have not subscibed yet do so now, you won't be sorry.

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Charlie Justice
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The coin effect that Pete was describing sounds exactly like what Criss Angel is advertising in either Genii or Magic (can't remember which mag). I seem to recall it's going to sell for about 40 dollars.

As to Dean's "Reflection", I read this effect and immediately went out in search of a nice box. I'm quite anxious to try this one out.

As to any non-Antinomy subscribers, I can only say that there is not a better way to invest in your art. This is the only magazine that I continually re-read the articles over and over again. I'm really looking forward to the end of the year CD-ROM bonus Gene has promised us.
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I thought that the cd rom bonus was a cd with all the issues on it... At least that is how it read to me...
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Dirko
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How can I subscribe to this?
Peo Olsson
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Charlie Justice
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On 2005-08-25 18:42, Doomo wrote:
I thought that the cd rom bonus was a cd with all the issues on it... At least that is how it read to me...

That's how I read it too...but how nice is it going to be to have all 4 issues available for viewing on our computers? Great idea and looking forward to it.
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The CD ROM Annual will have all four of the issues from Year One on it, as well as additional bonus material.
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Peo Olsson
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On 2005-08-25 23:10, antinomy wrote:
The CD ROM Annual will have all four of the issues from Year One on it, as well as additional bonus material.


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Amazing Samdini
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Great magazine. Besides the tricks, I really enjoy Jon Racherbaumer and Jamy Ian Swiss' columns.
stevenamills
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I just picked up Antimony at a convention - a good read and good magic.

Dean's reflection is a fine trick, but does anyone else think it owes more than a little to Ken Brooke's Locked? (I don't have the original instructions for Nemo 1500, so I can't compare. Locked was its successor as the price of the Nemo 1500 props got out of hand, according to Ken. Possibly, Nemo 1500 is an earlier example.)

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Just received 1,2, and 3 last Friday. They are very well put together, with a lot of thought from the contributors. Excellent periodical. The Dean Dill "Reflections" piece discussed above is a nice lesson that goes beyond just that trick. This is one of those publications you'll be kicking yourself over if you do not get in on it at the beginning.

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Cohiba
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Just to echo everyone else's sentiments... Antinomy is great! It's the best looking periodical I've ever seen, and the magic has been top-notch as well. "Reflection" is definitely worth the price of the subscription.
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I have to add my voice to those that are singing the praises of Antinomy ...

Fantastic close-up magic with excellent photos in a format that is a step above what any other close-up magazine has offered ...

In addition to the great magic, I look forward each issue to the columns from John Racherbaumer and Jamy Ian Swiss ... two of magic's best writers are given the space and the freedom to cover some very interesting topics so far ...

Congratulations Gene on getting the first year under your belt ...

If you have not seen this publication, you are missing out on something very special ...
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Does it have all those horrible advertisements in it like the other magazines?
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Not one ad in the 200 oversized pages that made up Year One.
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Thanks for this fantastic publication
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