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JAKSarasota
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Great ! Post.... and I'm only seven years late.......
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I'm looking for the release of october 2006, can anyone help me? I see it part of a bundle, but I just want that one release if possible :/
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This is a great thread and I was happy to be able to search what tricks were in these old magazines. I just wanted to note that the links Mr. Acer provided in his previous post didn't work for me. However, if you do a search in magipedia for "magicana" you can find the pages he is referring to.
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August 2020, the card effect called Banksy by Sultan Al Qasimi, is worth a year's subscription price at least.

This is a highly commercial effect with the kind of odd, bizarre plot that the delightfully-warped mind of Paul Harris could have come up with. It's visually compelling, relevant, and leaves your spectator with a unique, one-of-a-kind souvenir.

And it's easy.

When I see this kind of creativity and generosity from a magician - and publisher - who could have easily put this offering out as a retail effect, I feel lucky and gracious.

Thank you Sultan. Thank you Genii.
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