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FS: Books (Collectable and otherwise)

I'm selling some valuable (and not so valuable) books. Some I'm fine getting rid of, some I don't want to, but need to. Shipping is included unless otherwise stated (some of the books will be very heavy and so I'll have to calculate shipping prices. I live in Canada.) Here's the list: Dai Vernon Boo...
by Jeff Hinchliffe
10/27/11 09:10 PM
 
Forum: Collector's Marketplace
Topic: FS: Books (Collectable and otherwise)
Replies: 1
Views: 396

Re: [censored]

I too, enjoyed the rantings and useful info contained within from the "Great Psychic Reverend." However, living in Toronto, I have the advantage of being with the great [censored] live and in person, something apparently many of you would like to see...
by Jeff Hinchliffe
12/09/03 02:21 PM
 
Forum: General
Topic: [censored]
Replies: 32
Views: 649

Re: Asimov card trivia

Hmm... here's an idea... Have a blank faced card gaffed by using a red backed card, and use Fako sheets to put the face of the card over the back of the card. You now have a blank-faced card with a red back and the face on the same side. The presentation could be that you have a card selected, and p...
by Jeff Hinchliffe
09/17/03 09:46 AM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Asimov card trivia
Replies: 28
Views: 461

Re: Defensive Resentment

Well, while this may not satisfy other members of this forum, I know that it will satisfy "The Great [censored]," so I am confirming that this "defensive resentment" technique has gotten Mark some of the most incredible reactions I have ever witnessed. Over the past 6 years or so...
by Jeff Hinchliffe
09/16/03 05:33 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Defensive Resentment
Replies: 54
Views: 1352

Re: The FARIFFLE Shuffle!

Ian, I think that the problem you are having is understanding when the riffle occurs during the shuffle. In the "Perfect Tabled Riffle Shuffle" the riffle happens BEFORE the weave. In a "Perfect Tabled Faro" the riffle happens AFTER the weave. Not long after, mind you, but the ca...
by Jeff Hinchliffe
08/17/03 11:18 AM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: The FARIFFLE Shuffle!
Replies: 59
Views: 1435

Credit help?

Hello all,

I am currently devising an ambitious card routine where the card penetrates through the box as the finish, and am wondering if anyone has used this effect as a finale to the Ambitious Card and where in print (or on video) I could find it.

Thank you in advance,

Jeff Hinchliffe
by Jeff Hinchliffe
10/07/02 02:33 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Credit help?
Replies: 3
Views: 128

Re: Marc DeSouza contact?

Thank you Paul,

I understand completely about not wanting to post someone else's e-mail address without their consent.

My e-mail is jakch.hinchliffe@rogers.com if he wants to know the website.
by Jeff Hinchliffe
08/22/02 12:26 PM
 
Forum: General
Topic: Marc DeSouza contact?
Replies: 2
Views: 69

Marc DeSouza contact?

Does anyone have his e-mail address? I need to contact him in regards to a website that is exposing his shapeshifter change, I believe, without his consent.

Thank you,

Jeff Hinchliffe
by Jeff Hinchliffe
08/22/02 07:09 AM
 
Forum: General
Topic: Marc DeSouza contact?
Replies: 2
Views: 69

Re: Card Guard

I bought a card guard, and i use it all the time. It is especially useful when you have a deck designed for continuous faro shuffles (such as UNSHUFFLED, by Paul Gertner).

Jeff Hinchliffe
by Jeff Hinchliffe
10/30/01 06:15 PM
 
Forum: Light From the Lamp
Topic: Card Guard
Replies: 22
Views: 744

Re: Playing Card Nicknames

The King of Hearts is known as the "Suicide Card", obviously because on bicycle decks it looks as if he's stabbing himself in the head. However, I once saw pictures of some playing cards in their early stages and the knife wasn't actually being stabbed in the head, rather, it was raised as...
by Jeff Hinchliffe
10/14/01 07:58 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Playing Card Nicknames
Replies: 9
Views: 672

Re: simple question

I love magic, because of the sense of wonder it brings to people. It feels so good to make a sad child smile, or to make a grumpy old man laugh with joy. It's rewarding to see the jaw-dropping reaction of a businessman, when his signed card ends up in your wallet. I also love magic because of the ch...
by Jeff Hinchliffe
08/20/01 03:27 AM
 
Forum: General
Topic: simple question
Replies: 27
Views: 728

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