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Postby Guest » October 22nd, 2002, 6:51 am

Hi All,

I read with a lot of interest the wonderful interview from Roberto Giobbi.

2 questions for him:

- where can I contact him? 2 years ago I sent him some e-mail messages but I lost his address;

- Sonata is practically impossible to find ( if you don't consider the expensive offers on e-bay). I wonder where it is possible to find the trick that Roberto defines "...one of the most wonderful card effects I had ever seen...". Is it in Mc Millan tapes?

thanks in advance


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Re: Tamariz/Giobbi

Postby CHRIS » October 22nd, 2002, 8:11 am


do you mean with 'him' Tamariz or Giobbi? I can provide contact to Giobbi.

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Re: Tamariz/Giobbi

Postby Guest » October 23rd, 2002, 1:12 am

yes I mean Giobbi.

Any help for the trick "The Hypnotic Power of the Jokers"?

Thanks again



Re: Tamariz/Giobbi

Postby Guest » October 23rd, 2002, 9:56 am

Yes, that effect is in Sonata. Sonata is worth seeking out. There is so much good stuff in that book. Juan is a very creative guy.

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Re: Tamariz/Giobbi

Postby ori ashkenazy » October 24th, 2002, 7:06 am

BTW Does anyone know if "The Magic Rainbow" was ever published and if it can be found anywhere?

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Re: Tamariz/Giobbi

Postby Thomas Van Aken » October 24th, 2002, 8:52 am

I am almost certain that "The Magic Rainbow" was never published, in English in any case.

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Re: Tamariz/Giobbi

Postby Richard Kaufman » October 24th, 2002, 12:57 pm

Juan is STILL writing "The Magic Rainbow," so needless to add it has not been published in any language except the one in his head.
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