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Http://johnbannonmagic.com/books/destinationzero.html

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http://johnbannonmagic.com/images/DZ_TOC.pdf



US$50 (US Postage paid)
US$70 (Outside US)

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Most memorable moment - with Maestro Juan Tamariz & Consuelo Lorgia in FISM Busan 2018.

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Chris Aguilar
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Perhaps I'm missing it, but is this new book being offered in softcover or hardcover?
Chris Aguilar
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Found my answer in another thread. It's hardcover.
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DESTINATION ZERO
Self -Working Card Tricks

Start:
Why “self-working” and why do we care?

Bluff Oracle Aces I
Free cut finds four Aces.

Bluff Oracle Aces II
Performer cuts to an Ace; the Participant finds the other three.

Ulterior
A card discovery and a secret cull.

Petal To The Metal
Participant divines the identity of a predicted card.

Four-Sided Gemini
Brand new Gemini Twins variation. Seriously.

Ban-nihilation
Cameron Francis’ “Annihilation Deck”—without the deck. On Sizzle DVD

Perennial
The Diary trick—without the Diary.

Prophet Motive
Participant shuffles and deals. The prediction cannot be explained.

The Thirty-Second Sense
Pocket change misses, then finds, the participant’s mental selection.

Mousetrap
Two Queens trap a mental selection.

Second Reckoning
Mental selection is mentally spelled to…and found.

Leverage
Performer predicts that participant will miss the target card and by exactly how much.

Tiny Contrary Killer
Participants select a card and think of one. Both have been predicted—sort of.

Perfect.
Participant freely cuts, deals, and stops at a particular card. The performer has predicted it.

Cross Purposes
Mentally-selected card at a chosen number.

Sort Of Psychic
After a few warm-up exercises, the participant cuts to her genuinely thought-of card.

Origami Poker Revisited
Fast fold finds (Royal) flush. From High Caliber.

Box Of Doom
Einstein would not have stood a chance. On Fractalicious DVD

Free Willy
Participant shuffles, cuts, makes a few free choices. Esmeralda knows.

Matchismo
Performer and Participant each shuffles and cuts—and find matching cards. The three digit number has been predicted.

The Koko Test
After a short pop psychology test, the Participant has cut to a subliminally-selected card.

Nationwide
Four freely selected cards match the States of four US quarters—sort of.

AK-47
Any card is thought of. The performer commits to one card and removes it. Nailed it!

Depth Charge
Any card at any number—sort of.

Banco
Bank Night Bonus. Over one million dollars at stake—really.

Finish:
Breaking conventions. Crushing complacency.
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Wonder how many are impromptu...
(20$ more for Europe !!!??)
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Quote:
On Jan 6, 2015, papawemba wrote:
Wonder how many are impromptu...
(20$ more for Europe !!!??)

Extra coin to cross the pond
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ALCON,

I share the concern about *self-working* and *impromptu*.

Here is the breakdown:

16 are impromptu (minimal or no set-up)
2 are somewhat impromptu
4 in which card work is impromptu, but a prop is required
1 requires an extensive stack
1 has a one-time, somewhat elaborate preparation, but fun
1 is not a card trick

Priority postage to places outside the US is $23.00. Sorry about that.

Pre-orders mailed right after Magi Fest (o/a 2/2).

Thanks for your interest.

John
"And although this art is so wonderful, still it is held in no honor . . . The reasons are various, it seems to me; first, the art is concerned with useless matters; second, it is practiced by men of low degree."

G. Cardano on card tricks, De Subtilitate, 1554


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Pixelated
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Order placed as an early birthday present to myself.
magicphill
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For anyone with a digital subscription to Magic Magazine there is a sample of two of the effects from the book in the latest issue
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I'm really impressed with the two tricks that were in Magic Magazine. Classic Bannon!
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I like those in Magic Magazine, too. Technically there's three, since there are two versions of the first. I agree, classic Bannon.
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Mousetrap is a lovely simplification of the Dawn Patrol effect from Dear Mr Fantasy
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I love Dawn Patrol. Had been doing it since I read it from DMF. Can't wait!
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Have now pre-ordered this book directly from John's website.
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I hope we get to see a few demos to whet our appetites.
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Is this going to be stocked with any UK dealer

Anyone at the Blackpool Convention going to be socking this ?

Cheers
magicphill
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It may be on a limited pre release at the moment the new Trost book took a good 2 weeks to make it to UK shores
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Got mine today from Vanishing Inc
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Any reviews on the book thus far? The two tricks in Magic Mag. were very good, especially Mousetrap.
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I've started paging through the book but haven't gotten far enough to write anything substantive. But there's a brief review in Steve Bryan's Little Egypt Magic this month with a list of his favorites.

http://www.littleegyptmagic.com/magic_february2015.html
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