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Philippe
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Your best Paul trick from his many books?
PaulGordon
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Dear Leo,

The Unplanned Card Book (175 pages - 56 new tricks) is at the printers. YouTube clips of 5 tricks from said book can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/user/PaulGordon

Best, Paul Gordon
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On 2008-09-28 06:57, Philippe wrote:
Your best Paul trick from his many books?

Difficult to choose - perhaps 'Psychotronic Card' from Nocturnal Creations, as it inspired me to come up with a variation, this was the first time I'd come up with something and its a great feeling.
Then perhaps 'The Gordon Diary Trick' - from the same volume.
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Paul when will this book be out?

What a Christmas list Harry Lorayne's The Classic Collection Volume 2 and Paul Gordon's a Unplanned Card Book. Throw in Allan Ackerman's New Erdnase DVDs
Yes there is a Santa Claus.
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Dear Leo,

By end of October; I'll let you know...

Thanks, Paul Gordon

(I can truly say that I think that TUCB is one of my best. I'm so pleased with the contents and my writing...and it's going to be a good-looking book; like its author! Smile
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Ordered my Classic Collection 2.
Just got my e-mail for The Unplanned Card Book and ordered it. Should be out end of October.


Merry Christmas
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I have seen some of Paul's clips on youtube and it's exactly type of card magic I like to do. Unfortunately I don't have any of his material yet but would like to start buying (have a strong feeling I am not gonna be disappointed). I am only undecided with what to start... Any suggestions? Maybe by Paul himself? Thanks.
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Dear Picard,

Thank you for your kind post. Well, if you go to http://www.paulgordon.net/acatalog - you'll see a lot of VERY generous offers of mine. You can save a LOT of money if you buy a few items; and I promise - you WON'T be dissapointed.

Best, Paul Gordon
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So you all know, THE UNPLANNED CARD BOOK (175 pages - 56 new effects) will post on Monday. See my YouTube page (search Paul Gordon magic) for four free trick demos from new book.

Best, Paul Gordon
Leo Reynolds Jr
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Anyone receive their copy of The Unplanned Card Book yet? Just wondering.
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Got it yesterday (wed)
reading the cool card stuff book though!
thanks paul
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Got mine today so far only skimmed through it.See a lot of quick simple card magic here the kind that's right for strolling magicians.
Tried the Four Ace Puzzler a trick where you add three cards to each ace and each packet is cut into the deck and the four Aces are found reversed in the deck quite visible and direct.
Also tried Merely Thought Of Card Miracle where spectator chooses one card of eight and he mixes the cards and you find it after several faros.The effect doesn't seem new but I like the idea of spectator just thinking of a card and shuffling it into the other cards.

Leo Jr
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I met paul today at the postsmouth convention and he was a really nice guy and demo'd a few effects,
1st he showed me powerhouse from card collective which I loved, I purchased card collective and his dvd live, he then showed us an ace finding trick which was very clever with 2 chosen cards as a final kicker re-appearing. at the time it was only me and a friend watching, later on I saw him start performing powerhouse for a big group, this time I watched the audience rather than the trick and the way paul held them thru-out and it was a masterclass,
when I got home I sought out powerhouse and sat down, broke out a new deck and have now got the handling working, suprisingly easy although ive made 1 tiny change to his handling and I'm looking forward to showing this routine and seeing the reactions I get.
big thanks to paul for making my day with some quality work and also keeping me sane as the guy on the stall opposite was trying to flog me a fake lettuce saying its perfect for close up!!!!!! a fake lettuce, it did look good but what you gonna do with it when your a card worker!
when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth
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Big thanks to paul for making my day with some quality work and also keeping me sane as the guy on the stall opposite was trying to flog me a fake lettuce saying its perfect for close up!!!!!! a fake lettuce, it did look good but what you gonna do with it when your a card worker!

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Lol it was proper big, next to it he had a fake dog turn as well, strange really!
when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth
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I have been trying to get "Corner of Piccadilly" for months. It's sold out everywhere. Apparently, the only place I can find it is on his DVD Krazy Card Stuff. It's my understanding that it doesn't use any gaffed cards. I ordered the DVD directly from Paul. I'm looking forward to getting it. It's not a book, but it's the only way I can find "COP".

KJ
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I just got the DVD Krazy Card Stuff, and the explanation for Corner of Piccadilly is tremendous! I just love this routine. I think the best part is it uses regular ungaffed cards! I just happen to have four 1864 decks of cards that should give me a lifetime supply of cards.

BTW, I learned the coolest envelope effect from Shawn Farquhar recently when he visited the Los Angeles area. I'm going to make an old looking envelope per Shawns instruction and use it with these cards. With Shawn's envelope (BTW, I don't know if he invented the principle, but I learned it through him in a casual conversation), You pull out the envelope, show it empty inside and out, then open it again and the cards are in the envelope.

KJ
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On Sep 21, 2008, Shakey wrote:
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On 2008-09-16 17:05, PaulGordon wrote:
Hi Roger,

ONLY 2 of mine!!?? Smile

And, Malc - MULDOON MATCH is one of my favs; now in CARD COLLECTIVE.

Best, Paul Gordon


Paul
I found it in 'Pack up your cards' - and also at the last lecture I attended.


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