Rim Shots gaff routine?

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Postby erdnasephile » 12/08/12 12:06 AM

I was recently reminded that Lorayne's Rim Shots is a gaffed book.

Has anyone ever come up with a routine that uses this gaff?
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 12/08/12 12:36 AM

It's just a force book, which is odd because you'd never show the book to a layman!
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Postby Harry Lorayne » 12/08/12 12:47 AM

Why not? You sure wouldn't ask him/her to read it!!
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Postby Harry Lorayne » 12/08/12 12:48 AM

Why not? You sure wouldn't ask him/her to read it!!
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Postby luigimar » 12/09/12 05:27 PM

Some Karl Fulves "Self-Working" series of books can also be used for some magical effects.
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Postby erdnasephile » 12/09/12 05:50 PM

The titles of the self-working books would seem to raise even more suspicion to a layperson than "Rim Shots"

Are those routines for the self-working books in the books themselves?
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Postby luigimar » 12/09/12 09:37 PM

Yes, You need the book to perform the effect.
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