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[quote]On 2003-02-10 15:39, richgerb86 wrote:
There is a version in the book The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel
that does not use a gimmick.

If You prefer learning from dvd/video it´s on Ken Krenzel´s
Card Classics volume 1. fredrux
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A great and surprising handling is on Pat Pages Kids Stuff DVD, Vol. 6 of the *Secrets Seminars of Magic*, though it can't easily be done impromptu..
It's of the kind, Max Malini would have done, and impromptu it probably could be done using a clos-up mat and sitting at a table..
The deck really cuts itself/a portion of it slides apart without anybody near it, no threads or magnets, no blowing aso.
Done at ones home, one could fool the heck out of visiting fellow magicians anytime, looks like a miracle..
Oh, and this is not off topic, the deck is ungimmicked Smile
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