Chuck Smith

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Postby Sean Macfarlane » 02/04/02 11:13 PM

I've read a bit about Chuck Smith in Roger Klause's Book "In Concert" and heard bits and pieces about him in various Journals. I was wondering if anyone here has met and/or seen him work. He's quite Mysteious and has a quite a reputation.How are his lecture notes? Thanks.
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Postby John Pezzullo » 02/05/02 02:10 AM

Snatch,

Have you read the article ("Chuck Smith: Wiles of the West") that was published in the October 2001 issue of "MAGIC"?
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Postby Van » 02/05/02 01:49 PM

Chuck's notes, while pricey, are ones you will return to study often.

Chuck will probably be at the 3rd "sort of annual" Dallas Close Up Convention.
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Postby Paul Cummins » 02/06/02 09:31 AM

I'll be working DCUP3, and I can't wait to meet Mr. Smith!

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Postby Jon Racherbaumer » 02/06/02 11:10 AM

Not only are Chuck Smith's Lecture Notes worth rereading and studying, they will galvanize your OWN thinking about certain tricks and ideas. I happily published a couple of his tricks in MAGIC and Chuck is also the inventer of "Knickle Head," which was originally published in the PHOENIX and later integrated into Don Alan's Close-up Ace. I still fool magicians with his "Invisible 21-Card Trick." Also, if you check HIEROPHANT #7 or THE LEGENDARY HIEROPHANT (p. 53), you will find Chuck's "Moving Monte Switch," which must be seen to be fully appreciated. I have him demonstrating it on an old film shot in the 60s.

He is, like Don Alan, in "a class by himself."

Onward...
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Postby Van » 02/06/02 01:19 PM

It was great fun watching Chuck blow away a room full of magicians with his handling of the old Thieves & Sheep trick.

Then he performs some of the most technical slight of hand invisibly.

He is a real nice guy too.

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