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It's in the mail!
It's on your iPad!
It's on your computer!
It's huge!
It's the 196-page 75th Anniversary double issue of Genii!
Covering both November and December, this whopper contains 69 tricks:

A Novelty Spelling Mystery By Larsen and Wright (April 1940)
The Affable Aces by Dr. Jacob Daley (August 1941)
The Eight in the Side Pocket by Dai Vernon (March 1941)
The Trick of the Vanishing Aces … by Ponsin (November 1941) Cole’s Rabbit Production From Hat (November 1942)
Boy to Rabbit by Fetaque Sanders (December 1943)
The L.W. Mysteries for Children: Little Jimmie and the Christmas Stocking by William Larsen and T. Page Wright (December 1945)
A Coin and Silk Routine by Howard Warringer (December 1945)
The Colored Sands by Milton Page Larsen (May 1945)
Magician’s Magician by Cyril Enfield (April 1946)
Brady White’s Automatic Second Deal (February 1946)
The Magic Sculptor by Theo Dore (December 1949)
Ball, Cone, and Hanky by Dai Vernon (July 1947)
Rope of Quong Hi by Alan Wakeling (September 1947)
The Miser’s Dream by Harry Louine (March 1950)
New Cut and Restored Bandage by Silent Mora (July 1950)
The Cup and The Ball by William W. Larsen (July 1951)
The Enchanted Tumbler by Marvyn Roy (September 1950)
“Another” Touch by Stanley S. Jaks (January 1952)
Variation of Larry Becker’s Knot Effect by Tan Hock Chuan (May 1953)
Puncture Proof by Bob Evison (August 1953)
Rabbit in Hat Cut-Out by Keith Lingley (September 1954)
Improved Handkerchief Penetration by Charles Miller (April 1957)
A Dai Vernon Sleight by Dai Vernon (March 1957)
Spike Through Balloon by Richard Himber (September 1958)
Trancendia by Steranko (January 1961)
The Twist by Steranko (March 1961)
Gonesville by Steranko (April 1961)
Checkerino by Steranko (June 1961)
Steranko Cuts the Pack by Steranko (December 1961)
The Touch by Steranko (January 1962)
The Ambitious Card in Reverse by Jerry Andrus (January 1962)
Devil’s Express by Tom Palmer (February 1962)
Benzais’ Silk and Rope Routine by John Benzais (August 1962)
Martineau’s Six Drink Cocktail Shaker! By Francis Martineau (April 1964)
Touch and Go by Richard Himber (May 1964)
Charlie Miller’s Think Card Trick (November 1964)
The Kaleidoscopic Card by Bill Woodfield (November 1964)
Kord-o-Staski by Mickey O’Malley and Frank Garcia (April 1965)
An Unprecedented Effect by Richard Himber (January 1966)
Floating Candle by Mickey O’Malley (October 1966)
A Trick with No Title by David Alexander (December 1966)
Mickey’s Tri-Cut by Mickey O’Malley (October 1966)
An Unbelievable Restoration of a Gentleman’s Cut Necktie by Charlie Miller (July 1967)
The Great Debatable Rope Mystery by Charlie Miller (January 1968)
Bro. John Hamman’s Fabulous Expanding Card by Charlie Miller (April 1968)
The Transfixed Card by Michael Skinner (January 1969)
Coin Vanish by Howard Schwarzman (March 1968)
Tokkuri and Rope by Yasunaga (aka Tenkai) Matsuura (September 1969)
Moving Hole by Masao Atsukawa (September 1969)
The Bewildering Ball Vase by Mike Skinner (December 1969)
Smashing a Watch Then Finding it in a Roll by Charlie Miller March 1970)
Rouge Et Noir by Michael Skinner (February 1971)
The Joe Cossari Original Inter-Lock Production (March 1971)
A Novel Card Discovery by Mathew Corin (May 1972)
A Perfect Coin Vanish by Steve Freeman (February 1974)
Thru by Ray Grismer (August 1975)
Reverse Red Snapper Move by Ed Marlo (February 1976)
Door Production Illusion by Chuck Jones (September 1976)
Vanishing Wands by Mickey O’Malley (June 1978)
Quarterly Report by Phil Goldstein (May 1979)
Myst-Erase Glass by Andre Kole (November 1979)
Erase the Ace by Paul Harris (September 1985)
Sneaky Sneaker by Kenichi Kuroki (February 1989)
You Think … It’s Gone by Tony Binarelli (July 1999)
An Original Interlocked Card Production by Jeff Sheridan (July 1999)
Stigmata by Tony Andruzzi (October 2000)
Zig-Zag Finger by Angelo Carbone (September 2000)
The Anti-Faro by Christian Engblom (May 2001)
A Magical Joke by Roy Walton (May 2001)

You can get this issue by subscribing to Genii now at http://www.geniimagazine.com
Peo Olsson
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Wow, wow, wow, I can't hardly wait!
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A reason to live. Thank You
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I'm pretty sure most of the "kids" will be non-plused!
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I paged through this a bit last night folks and what a feast! In addition to the staggering number of effects, a history of Genii accompanies the effects. This issue is really something special and is a testament as to why Genii is still - at least for my Eros - the most informative magic periodical in the biz.

This issue isn't a magazine my friends - it's a book! (But no it doesn't count for the Book of the Year Award Smile )

LOL Stanyon, the kids can be plussed or non-plussed, it makes no difference to me; this issue is crammed with great stuff!
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Richard, it is superb.

MAXimum kudos to a certain Mr. Goldstein also.
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Glad you're enjoying it.
No rest for the weary: we're already most of the way through the January issue!
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Richard, all I can say is PHENOMINAL!! I can usually peruse through the magazine in a week or so but this will definately take me a good month to absorb all you have put into this great issue. Thanks again for a great magazine. I am curious though why not 75 tricks instead of 69 for the 75th anniversary special editon?
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Snidini, that's a very good question. The answer is simple: we had exactly 196 pages (because of the way magazines are printed). I picked a wide variety of good tricks, without any particular final number of tricks in mind. That didn't box me in to selecting certain tricks because they're a certain number of pages.
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A fantastic issue, Richard. Thank you so much.
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I'll bet it was hard coming up with the contents. So much good stuff over the years. Good to see Ray Grismer's Thru in there.
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This special issue is a fantastic read. Probably going to get a second copy because my original is already worn from so much reading Smile

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Still waiting patiently ...
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I have a Question

As I purchased a Years Subscription at SAM this year

My issue normally does arrive very quickly but I expect due to Christmas Post this is why it has not arrived

While I can view on line ,what I wanted to know is there a way to download the whole issue to read on IPad ?

Thanks

Martin
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Martin - download the iGenii for iPad app from the App Store. You can download each issue with that app.
Honi soit quit mal y pense.
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That coin vanish by Howie Schwartzman is pretty swell!
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I sill haven't got it Smile
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Have you tried e-mailing or calling Richard Kaufmann? He is normally VERY responsive. He generally answers my emails or PM's within a day or two.

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On 2013-01-05 04:07, Peo Olsson wrote:
I sill haven't got it Smile
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Richard Kaufman
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Peo, have you received it yet?
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No Richard I haven't.
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