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Re: Dr Sacks Dice Routine

Ian Kendall wrote:Bob Sheets' work on the routine includes a different grip and paddle move that allows the use of much larger dice. Using casino dice becomes much easier with this grip.

Also, he has a nice coda to the routine that serves as an ending.

Take care, Ian
Thanks for the information.
by 808
01/25/10 03:46 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Dr Sacks Dice Routine
Replies: 49
Views: 2712

Re: Magic Props from the famed Bozo Show for sale !

Irvin, welcome to the Forums. Good luck with your sales.

It looks to me like Seuss broke rule number 3 "Absolutely NO Commentary regarding the listings is allowed and such posts will be deleted."

I reckon I broke rule number 3 also.
by 808
01/25/10 01:01 PM
 
Forum: Collector's Marketplace
Topic: Magic Props from the famed Bozo Show for sale !
Replies: 5
Views: 811

Re: Dr Sacks Dice Routine

A magician in San Diego showed me a slightly modified version of Bob Sheets's "It's the Rules." Not knowing either (Sack's or Sheets's) routine, I couldn't tell you how it was modified. It was highly memorable, however.
by 808
01/25/10 12:52 PM
 
Forum: Close-Up Magic
Topic: Dr Sacks Dice Routine
Replies: 49
Views: 2712

Re: The Book of the Month: The Amateur Magician's Handbook

I got tired of seeing the Fechter book on top of the heap. Nearly three months is enough.
by 808
01/25/10 12:37 PM
 
Forum: Book of The Month Club
Topic: The Book of the Month: The Amateur Magician's Handbook
Replies: 54
Views: 17177

Re: How did you get interested with magic?

Maybe from watching "The Magic Land of Alakazam" in the early '60s. Witnessing the guy with the Svengali deck at the Del Mar fair when I was seven or eight was instrumental, too.
by 808
01/17/10 12:35 PM
 
Forum: General
Topic: How did you get interested with magic?
Replies: 26
Views: 3214

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