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Re: Facsilile

Number 4 was put up as an E-manuscript on Jon Racherbaumer's fabulous website here
by Greg Bornstein
06/21/04 01:13 PM
 
Forum: Kaufman & Company
Topic: Facsilile
Replies: 8
Views: 417

Re: Paul Wilson Ace Cutting hit the road DVD

Mr. Wilson's handling of getting into the trick can be found in a back issue of The Crimp. The infomation is mentioned in another topic on this forum...
by Greg Bornstein
06/15/04 05:55 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Paul Wilson Ace Cutting hit the road DVD
Replies: 6
Views: 184

Re: MAY GENII IN THE MAIL A WEEK AGO!

In my opinion, I like the old way better. It just had a certain feel that really appealed to me......
by Greg Bornstein
04/26/04 07:36 PM
 
Forum: General
Topic: MAY GENII IN THE MAIL A WEEK AGO!
Replies: 75
Views: 1843

Re: joe porper lock box

Lock box...sounds like an SNL skit....
by Greg Bornstein
04/13/04 07:04 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: joe porper lock box
Replies: 2
Views: 149

Re: Maxi-Twist

I believe in both of those effects, after the twisting phase, the cards change. I believe the principle, originated by Roger Smith, was the fact that one of the cards originally used in the twisting phase was also a changed card. Sincethe other cards had changed, that fact it was originally previous...
by Greg Bornstein
02/25/04 03:05 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Maxi-Twist
Replies: 2
Views: 147

Re: Signed Card thru Window

The key thing is that your in a situation where you can use the people around you to help you...if you have that advantage, use it...
by Greg Bornstein
01/24/04 08:15 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Signed Card thru Window
Replies: 13
Views: 178

Re: Cutting on the ace

And not only is Vernon's trick a display of skill, but it also has the element of ENTERTAINMENT...remember this when you cut that final ace...
by Greg Bornstein
09/15/03 12:09 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Cutting on the ace
Replies: 79
Views: 10311

Re: What is the best way to control a card to the top or bottom?

I like Asher's Losing Control for the top and Pulp Friction on the bottom. For info on these, go the Lee's website at www.leeasher.com.
by Greg Bornstein
08/17/03 10:35 AM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: What is the best way to control a card to the top or bottom?
Replies: 13
Views: 261

Re: Out of Control and Totally Out of Control

If you look around at certain magic shops, they may have one or two left. I know I've seen'em. The book really contains some great stuff, and was a joy reading (and still IS!)
by Greg Bornstein
08/17/03 10:32 AM
 
Forum: Kaufman & Company
Topic: Out of Control and Totally Out of Control
Replies: 11
Views: 567

Re: Books that have not been published.

Does anyone know what might be in the new Sankey book? Also, when is Darwin Ortiz's new book scheduled to come into print?
by Greg Bornstein
09/14/02 06:02 PM
 
Forum: Kaufman & Company
Topic: Books that have not been published.
Replies: 19
Views: 906

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