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Vaderbreath
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I just learned John Bannon's Degrees of Freedom (as mentioned earlier) and I freaked myself out so bad I threw my cards. Amazing trick. In fact, it's the kind that you'll do over and over again for yourself because it seems to impossible.

-Corey
Mago Gregorio
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Also very recommended Prediction a la Kuskal, from Mnemonica p68. 3 predictions made, spect cut the deck and deal the number of cards coresponding othe card at the cut till finding the 3 predictions !
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Out of this world is a classic. I don't know if anyone remembers Thought stealer from Royal Road To Card Magic but that is an excellent mind reading impromptu effect. Also Gary's spelling trick is an amazing self-working effect.
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There are more impromptu self-workers than you can shake a stick at in Lewis Jones's superb "Seventh Heaven." I cannot reccomend this book highly enough.
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Seventh Heaven gets a lot of kudos but is not available in the US. Perhaps it will be released as an ebook. That is certainly the future of magic publishing.
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Dpe666, I looked on your site but can not see 'impossible'?
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Quote:
On 2006-06-26 10:53, Philippe wrote:
Dpe666, I looked on your site but can not see 'impossible'?


It is right here: http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......forum=37 Smile
nique
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Jack Carpenter's "A Potent Presage" is a hot favourite of mine... strong, self-working.
"ChairLess - A Chair Prediction"

"Epique - A Mental Epic"

"TAP - The Assignment Prediction"

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nique
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Jack Carpenter's "A Potent Presage" is a hot favourite of mine... strong, self-working.
"ChairLess - A Chair Prediction"

"Epique - A Mental Epic"

"TAP - The Assignment Prediction"

PM or email me for details:

niquetan@gmail.com

Reviews here:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=462773&forum=303&13

https://m.facebook.com/niquetanmindreader/

www.niquetan.com
apple123
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A trick I really like is one I call "Prediction". It can be found in Martin Gardners book Mathematics Magic and Mystery P5 "Estimated cut". It is a great self working card trick provided you have more cards to start with than the person you're doing the trick for. And the best thing about it you can repeat it. The more you do it, the more baffling they get. I learned it many years ago and it's still one of my fav.
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