Close-up Card Magic has 34 ratings and 1 review: Published by Louis Tannen, pages, Hardcover. Close-up Card Magic. Written by Harry Lorayne. Work of Harry Lorayne. pages (Hardcover), published by Louis Tannen Illustrated with drawings by. Wanna learn card tricks? Then you have to get this book. It’s pages full of astounding effects, routines, ideas from the legendary Harry Lorayne and some of.
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Of course, other people’s experience may vary. For example, I have read that Expert Card Technique not only failed to credit some creators, but it also published their effects without their permission! The control itself is very clever and convincing.
A very fair review, Euan. This isn’t particularly earth shattering, but as sandwich tricks go it’s ok.
This is perhaps one of the best examples of a trick being killed by improvement. Tel Fax Job Opportunities Shipping Policies Cllose link above to send a blank email to receive dealer info. D ata entered by Denis Behr. Your observation about HaLo’s declining to print the “Effect: Yes, it isn’t the best written book, and yes, the effects aren’t mindblowing but there are at least 10 items I would lorzyne in here.
I never skip over items, regardless of the effect, and I would raher it was given first. He tells you the card he was thinking of, now you mess about with the deck showing the card isn’t there no credit to Martin Gardner for his vanish and then after a lot loraynne stalling you turn over the card.
This is a distinct step back in terms of both method and effect. No mention of Out or In harty, etc. Learn the secrets from the masters themselves! This was my first time ordering from your company and I was impressed not only with your professionalism but your attention to customers. Watch for lots of exciting changes in the near future to better serve you, the magic community.
Close-Up Card Magic
What makes Biblio different? The way the routine is structured makes it confusing to an audience and I must say I really despise the old, “Oh look, a three.
And I keep it moving. Andris Vizulis rated it liked it Feb 16, I do a version of Challenge Aces which I developed and use it all the time because there is so much magic there. Credit Note – “The face up bottom deal first appeared in Charlie Millers book “an evening with Charlie Miller”, this idea was later used by Peter Kane in his aptly named “classic ace assembly” from his booklet “A card session with Peter Kane”.
I had already been doing various sets with two other guys so I had done enough entertaining for the evening. Manisha Das rated it really liked it Jan 25, Harry Lorayne is a prolific author of memory training books intended for the public, as well as writing books for professional magicians. This is a filler trick and I don’t like it. By addressing individual effects and saying what you did not like about them, others who like the book, or at least a particular effect, will be able to respond with specificity.
East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. A collection of playing card magic routines by Harry Lorayne, a master magician, including Hindu Shuffle, Jog Shuffle, Location Supreme and Salt-less among many others. Ose’s Cut – An easy and deceptive triple table cut by Jay Ose.
Close-up Card Magic (Harry Lorayne)
This is not an obscure source. A scarce magic book. Variations Invisible Cut Jerry K. Good – Cash Edition: Nov 27, In the Side Pocket.
In the third phase you openly place the card second from the top and then do a double lift. I didn’t mean you wouldn’t be able to learn the mechanics of it, just that you wouldn’t know that the shuffle was meant to be a perfect one. I don’t like this very much, there is too much bad theatre. My grandson is the budding magician and I’m glad that we found your website. If you are interested in card magic at all – you must have this book.
As Dai Vernon would say “it’s bad theatre” and “there’s no reason for it”. Ose’s Addition – This is a nice addition ot the apex ace by Jay Ose which gets away from the multiple lift sequence at the end of the Harrh Ace and extends the effect allowing for a multiple sandwich finish.
You are also left to believe that all the uncredited material is original lorzyne Harry Lorayne which it is most certainly not.
Open Preview See a Problem? Hey, I could never even remotely get into “Royal Road”, and lorayje are many books I’ve just found absolutely nothing useful to me in. I can’t see anyone having a problem learning the move from the description.
Close-up Card Magic
Three again – This is the same as the last effect, except this time you give the deck two riffle shuffles before going through the motions of finding the card. Also the Curry change is not a good idea here as you have no excuse for the wierd turnover. I, too, dislike the writing style. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The ending is confusing and lacks the clarity of Paul Curry’s original creation. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Close-Up Card Magic by Lorayne, Harry
Push Thru Change – I don’t know if this is original with Lorayne but if it is then hagry hat goes off to him.
Unfortunately, it would involve digging deep into magical history to find out who belongs to which move, and who originated what. The inseparable four – I get the feeling Harry Lorayne thinks the act of shuffling a deck is in and of itself entertainment enough for most spectators.