HARRY LORAYNE CLOSE-UP CARD MAGIC PDF
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Fourtitude – Another pick a card and I find it trick, this time two cards are selected. So if Vernon and Cardini did not know who had originated uncredited items, it might not have been so easy to find out. Thanks for taking the time. Then you have to get this book.
It’s not particularly difficult, the presentation is good and the effect packs a wallop. I don’t like this very much, there is too much bad theatre. Torn corner Transposition – Basically the same as the previous trick amgic you use an envelope and tear the corner off one of the cards. Related to Ouija Principle B.
Close-up Card Magic
For more recent exchange rates, please use the Universal Currency Converter. Interestingly enough though, Harry’s videos are all very well credited. That’s not a bad track record for a year old lrayne. As a stop trick this is a good one. Too much of any one type of effect is deadly. Hofzinser for his two card catch idea.
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In effect three cards are selected and cut into the deck. He disagrees but gives no reference to allow you to make a decision. The Travelling Jewels – A two card transposition wrapped up in the a story about jewel thieves. Lorayne’s Ambitious Card Routine. I agree with you on most of your points. His card magic, especially his innovations clowe-up card sleights, is widely emulated by amateur and lrayne magicians.
This is a bluff four ace control which is quite effective and easy to do. The inseparable four – I get the feeling Harry Lorayne thinks the act of shuffling a deck is in and of itself entertainment enough for most spectators.
It was a great hardy. Benjamin G White rated it really liked it Oct 04, I’m in two minds about this.
I really hate these sort of tricks, It is, as Vernon would say, “showing how clever you are. James Sheets rated it it was amazing Jun 06, To start off here’s an interesting quote from the Royal Road you should keep in mind while reading through the trick reviews: In addition to the coins, he has the spectator pick a number from amgic to ten and the chosen card is found at that number from the top of the deck when it is presumably under one of the cards with a coin on it.
Richard Weber lorajne it really liked it Jan 06, It was not until some magicians actually tried the effect and spread the word that lorayhe took off.
Is it better than OOTW? No credit is given and the only difference is that you put coins on the three cards. Guinn Inner circle “Great Scott! No reference is given so no way to check the differences.
Close-up Card Magic by Harry Lorayne
For twenty years, Lorayne wrote and published the monthly magazine Apocalypse. But with the chosen card being found at selected number from the top of the deck, it’s more than just a handling.
The effect czrd “automatic poker” by Vernon and Judah. See each listing for international shipping options and costs. For example, if I like peanut butter and you don’t and you tell me I’m wrong for liking it, why am I wrong for liking it?
On Spectator’s Hand – A transposition between the spectator’s hand and your own. Table Edge Half Pass. Take me to your leader – A Walter Cummings effect. We’ve got a hargy of new magic tricks up our sleeve.
Simply control the magiic mates to the bottom and do the force, apparantly lay the face down selection with the inserted face up card aside, do the force again and there you go. That’s beyond me so I can only say that for me it’s impractical but only because I have long finger nails on my right hand. Save harry lorayne close up card magic to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. This in and of itself practically exposes the whole method behind the trick. Your observation about HaLo’s declining to print the “Effect: No mention is given to the exactness of the weaves, only that “if you gently force the two halves toward each other – they should butt, or close-jp.
You will find absolutely no references to ANY texts throughout the entire book apart from a couple of plugs to his own books. Salt-Less – The second plotless trick, you pick a card I find it.
You apparently don’t like “you pick a card and I find it effects” because there ckose-up to be no point to it. At least by now we know that there aren’t going to be effect descriptions at the beginnings of Harry’s tricks, now are there?
I have one or two issues regarding the writing style and the lack of any credits but we’ll get to that later, for now let’s look at the effects. I never skip over items, regardless of the effect, and I would raher it was given first.