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spindoc
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Still have my copy.
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Harry. That book is a gem.
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On Jun 19, 2021, Harry Lorayne wrote:
Anyone here know about DINGLE'S DECEPTIONS? A booklet I wrote a looong time ago - when not too many magic people knew his name.



Are the routines in Dingle's Deceptions in The Complete Works? Thanks.



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On Jun 20, 2021, mrmagik68 wrote:
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On Jun 19, 2021, Harry Lorayne wrote:
Anyone here know about DINGLE'S DECEPTIONS? A booklet I wrote a looong time ago - when not too many magic people knew his name.



Are the routines in Dingle's Deceptions in The Complete Works? Thanks.



Roberto


Here are the contents of Dingle’s Deceptions.

https://www.conjuringarchive.com/list/bo......ht=34129

You can look up Complete Works and compare.
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Thanks Tortuga!
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On Jun 15, 2021, The Burnaby Kid wrote:
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On Feb 23, 2017, Not Steve Brooks wrote:
I think the only reason to continually change the tricks we do, for the most part, is to entertain ourselves.


Some magicians work restaurants or bars that have regulars.


Good point. Also, it isn't that we need variety to entertain ourselves, but to prevent boredom and to keep things fresh. Doing the same 6 tricks over and over may bring home the bacon, but I imagine at some point it is easy to begin going through the motions.


perhaps having to change things all the time is a symptom of enjoying the card tricks more than the people. I find that I like the variety of people more than the variety of card tricks I can do.
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On Jul 9, 2021, Chuck Finley wrote:
perhaps having to change things all the time is a symptom of enjoying the card tricks more than the people. I find that I like the variety of people more than the variety of card tricks I can do.


The desire for novel performance experience leading to an evolution of material isn't unique to card magic, or even magic in general. The majority of artists don't stop after their first poem, novel, painting, sculpture, song, joke, etc.
JACK, the Jolly Almanac of Card Knavery, a free card magic resource for beginners.
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