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estragon22
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Hi,
is Tony Miller's for a full deck, the ad says 16 cards? I would be very interested in this if it is.
Thanks,
Ray
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On 2009-09-11 07:31, estragon22 wrote:
Hi,
is Tony Miller's for a full deck, the ad says 16 cards? I would be very interested in this if it is.
Thanks,
Ray


It is not a full deck index.
estragon22
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Cheers Magiguy,
Ray
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I've been playing around with DM's Advocate, its really simple to use. Recommended. I've modified it a bit, to suit my needs for the extraction.

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What exactly is a card index?
can someone explain?

some sort of gimmick that allows you to produce any card?
PaulGreen
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Hi everyone,

I apologize for my "senior moment", I cannot remember which issue of Genii has my index published. It is a 26 card index to be used in the outside pockets of a suit jacket. It was easily manufactured and the cost was very, very low. It was a breeze to use.

It was in the Magicana column. The trick was the "Kay-Gee Card Control". Google Search revealed: Genii, Oct., 1973.

Enjoy the search!

Regards,

Paul Green
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Hello Paul,
Good hearing from you. Any chance for you to release it again in the Secret Session part? ... or at least some hints?
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Re BINARELLI INDEX:
Etienne, I looked through the Binarelli books (Class Act, My way to Mentalism): the only index I could find was one using a wallet. Am I corect or did I overlook something?
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Paul:
I have used that index since it was published, simple to make, practical in use.
I have recommended it to everyone who was looking for such an index.
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On 2009-09-04 15:26, Scott F. Guinn wrote:
My favorite full-deck index is Harry Lorayne's "Self-Index" from Deck-Sterity. It just uses the deck--nothing else--and is super easy to learn and use.


Which effect? This isn't in the index. JW
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On 2009-09-04 15:26, Scott F. Guinn wrote:
My favorite full-deck index is Harry Lorayne's "Self-Index" from Deck-Sterity. It just uses the deck--nothing else--and is super easy to learn and use.


Which effect? This isn't in the index. JW


It's found in the explanation of "Mental Photography."
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If you can't find a copy of Deck-Sterity (been out of print for decades), it's re-written updated, etc., in the D-S section of THE CLASSIC COLLECTION, Vol. 1. HL. (All those years ago, Fred Braue wrote, in part - "...invaluable idea. It opens up all those feats you may have passed over because of dislike for bulky, bothersome card indexes." (I never thought much of, or about it. When I was young and could't afford an index, and I wanted to do a certain effect that needed an index - I just DID it!)
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I do indeed have a copy. (OOP? I bought a new copy last year...)I glanced through the index, but didn't scan it thoroughly. Thank you both.
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