Of this there is no doubt. For years I would occasionally pick up a Genii at the store, but it was hit or miss, and I didn't keep them. However under Richard Kaufman I not only keep them as reference material, but I quickly signed up for a subscription. Top quality publication with excellent material and editing. I hope it continues for a long time.And, it cannot go without saying, the Kaufman-era Genii is an incredible and always improving "mass"-market monthly which simply wouldn't exist without the love and dedication (and insanity) of our host. A terrific chronicle of the state of modern magic.
Edited to fix e-mail address.Rates are $50 for a six issue bi-monthly description.
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Well . . . a spectacular Ernest Earick False Cut and an Earick trick based on a John Scarne Poker effect (which requires about 100 Second Deals), a clever Phil Goldstein effect (as if that weren't redundant), the Rosenthal Fan-Tastic Control and Jack Carpenter's Spider Cut, a very clever in-the-hands false cut with some excellent additions by Bill Goodwin.Originally posted by Rich Morrell:
Whats in it besides Harvey Rosenthal's control?