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Topic: Underated Tricks That Went Under The Radar
Message: Posted by: warren (Jan 2, 2022 09:02AM)
I recently dug out Ring Finale by Rich Hurley & Dean Dill and rediscovered what a gem it was for the close up performer, which got me thinking.....What effects suitable for close up magic do you have that you think were really good but went under the radar?
Message: Posted by: funsway (Jan 2, 2022 06:44PM)
I have several that have never been published because I don't want them on the radar at all. ;)

But, one of the best silk productions I have ever used came from a 2nd grade Weekly Reader in 1951,
and I have never seen it published anywhere since.
Message: Posted by: Bob G (Jan 9, 2022 11:05AM)
Hi Funsway,


Wow, Weekly Reader! You're bringing back happy memories, though that particular issue came out four years before I was born. Any chance you'd be willing to share the production in Secret Sessions or a PM? If it came out in WR it might be at about my level. :)


See you,

Bob
Message: Posted by: madmalone (Feb 24, 2022 06:09PM)
Interesting post, I imagine that most of the people that discover the hidden power of an underated gem will remind on silence to keep it that way.
Message: Posted by: warren (Feb 25, 2022 02:00AM)
[quote]On Feb 24, 2022, madmalone wrote:
Interesting post, I imagine that most of the people that discover the hidden power of an underated gem will remind on silence to keep it that way. [/quote]

Here on the magic Café people are usually only to happy to share as no doubt you'll discover once you've asked a few questions on here yourself.....speaking of which welcome to the magic Café always nice to have a new member :-)