Hi Swami. I recall your e-mail to me a while back pointing out that you had "Flipped Out" and that it had the same number of cards. You will be credited with the correction in "Small But Deadly 2 (working title) which I have just started writing.
The information about the effect came from a conversation I had with Art Emerson at Blackpool convention some years ago. It's possible my memory played tricks on me, or Art, but I'll take the blame because I put it in print.
Another correction is a trick credit, at one point I mention an effect "Sidewinder" and simply lay it at Tannen's door, in actual fact it should be credited to Rich Bangs (whose name was not mentioned in the ad. I'd seen (I've since met Rich, a nice guy who has created other effects).
If your question was referring to other information in "Small But Deadly" being correct, like any other author, I would like to think so. However, if anyone else has any genuine corrections (rather than opinions) for anything in the book please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd also love to see the original EW instruction sheet for Ed Hollins's "Flipped Out" if anyone who has them would like to let me see. The 'mirror' climax has been used by many since, including Sam Schwartz himself (Flipperation). The latter and the original "Back Flip" can now be found fully described in Allen Zingg's book "SAM'S - The Magic of Sam Schwartz".