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Are those books explain about the mem deck? or just the effects using mem deck?
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I am using the Tamariz stack but have heard lots of good things about the Aronson books.
Which book has the most routines usable by any mem-deck, as opposed to specific tricks
using the Aronson stack? I've heard of Shufflebored and HistedHeisted which I believe
are stack independent, where can they be found?

Thanks
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On 2006-06-14 10:57, otter606 wrote:
Which book has the most routines usable by any mem-deck, as opposed to specific tricks
using the Aronson stack? I've heard of Shufflebored and HistedHeisted which I believe
are stack independent, where can they be found?


If you already know a memorised deck then I would recommend Simply Simon. It contains some brilliant memorised deck routines (although the actual routines are more suitable for one-off formal performance than for table hopping as they don't maintain the stack). Also, the Open Index section contains some of the most valuable techniques ever described for the memorsied deck - techniqes that definitely can be used for table hopping. All of it is stack independent. Try the Impossible is the only Aronson book to contain a significant amount of stack dependent material.

Both the routines you mentioned are in Bound to Please, which is also excellent. Shuffleboard isn't a memorised deck routine by the way.
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Could somebody tell me if Try the Impossible teaches the Aronson stack? Thanks!!
MARKC
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I believe that the aronson stack is free on Simon's website
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My edition of Try the Impossible includes the Aronson stack printed in the back of a Bycicle´s Joker.
In the Aronson´s web there are a lot of information about his stack (information "only for magicians"), and his early books (compilated in Bound to please)includes a method to learn it (in "A stack to remember")
Finally, in his set of DVD there is one (I think must be vol. 3)full dedicated to the Aronson stack.

I hope this helps.
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Try the Impossible blew me away when I first read it. The stuff with the Aronson stack is just that: you don't have to have the stack memorized to perform the amazing material. (So why did I memorize it in the first place?!?) Top notch material!

However, I still haven't worked through much of Simply Simon yet . . .
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Simply Simon and in particular the rock, paper, scissors routine. Really great stuff!
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