Real Secrets - December

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Postby Evan Shuster » 11/29/12 07:01 PM

The December issue of Real Secrets arrived in Seattle this afternoon. Hanukkah comes early! :)
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 11/29/12 08:02 PM

Oh phooey--I hate being at the other end of the country!
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Postby Dustin Stinett » 11/29/12 09:46 PM

I got mine yesterday, but didn't open it until late last night.
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Postby Don Hendrix » 11/30/12 03:24 PM

Arrived in Tucson yesterday.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 11/30/12 04:42 PM

And in Washington, DC, today!
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Postby Pete McCabe » 11/30/12 04:58 PM

Arrived in Woodland Hills on Wednesday. First one I've been thoroughly disappointed with.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 11/30/12 05:36 PM

I had a "meh" feeling as well, however I haven't tried it on anyone yet, so it could be the trick of the century. :)
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Postby Pete McCabe » 11/30/12 05:51 PM

Well, I'd say the ceiling is much lower. But the point is valid. This week at the Castle, David Regal did a trick that I've read in one of his books. I remember thinking it was good but not particularly special, but when I saw it I could appreciate just how great it looks. It's one of those things where the benefitaside from typically wonderful Regal constructionis that the handling is so natural and artless. This I find is one of the things that is hardest to appreciate on the printed page.

David also did a tremendous version of the Card in Ringbox that he will be selling soon. It's really really great.

How great? The box is made of clear plastic.
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