Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

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Sean-Dylan
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Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

Postby Sean-Dylan » June 19th, 2008, 12:01 pm

Can anyone tell me where this is in print or any other sources for this routine (other than the Bill Malone video)?

Gordolini
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Re: Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

Postby Gordolini » June 19th, 2008, 1:31 pm

Try "Good Turns" by Jon Racherbaumer. I believe e-book is available on his website as part of Premium membership.

Kevin Wiese
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Re: Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

Postby Kevin Wiese » June 19th, 2008, 2:42 pm

H&R Magic Books has the manuscript available for only $4.00.

http://www.magicbookshop.com/product_in ... ts_id=1848

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gberard
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Re: Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

Postby gberard » June 20th, 2008, 4:26 pm

David Stahl had a version called Maxi Twist IX that he published in a small pamphlet of tricks called "Don't Stall, Stahl!". There is also a version is Apocalypse Vol 18 # 11 called Maxi Twixt X. I don't remember who this one is by. David's handling is nice because he removed the Ascanio Spreads and the handling is very consistent. The version in Apocalypse allows you to clean up the ending at bit by involving a chosen card. You most likely will not find David's book so you might want to check out the version in Apocalypse.

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Reinhard Mueller
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Re: Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

Postby Reinhard Mueller » June 20th, 2008, 4:56 pm

In Jon Racherbaumer's e-book GOOD TURNS 2.0 A Retrospective Study (SECOND EDITION 2002 by Jon William Racherbaumer)
you really find, as it was already mentioned, Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

See also Jon's TWIST KIT (2005)

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Re: Roger Smith's Maxi-Twist

Postby Van McGee » June 21st, 2008, 1:55 am

Earl Nelson's Variations has a version.

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