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And I’m not being overly dramatic by saying, it hit me hard, and made me a bit sad. Not many can claim that these days. Illogical Double Lift Variation. Inspired by Deceptive Transposition Peter Marshall Home Featured Specials All products. An Ear Full of Cider. That means Harry may have 75 more or less books than the actual stated number. The Overhand Jog Shuffle.
Harvey showed this effect to me about 6 months ago, and I added it to my professional repertoire immediately. Much thanks to those willing to address this issue. I think one reason most magi hold Close Up Card Magic in such high regard is because, for a lot of us, it was one of our first “real” books.
I’d like to ask those of you who already have this book and are pleased with it to explain why you think it’s so terrific. I must mention one caveat. Haven’t we all paid more much more! The way I’m currently adapting the trick, though, is to do away with forcing a six-spot altogether and just have fun with the triple-lie location. Negative review or not, I’m still glad I ordered my copy. He could also have ended up with only books, and those missing 75 copies could add up to a lot of money!
We are to take his word for it that there are only copies out there. I apologize, of course, for any credit omissions; it is or they are unintentional.
HTML tags are not allowed. So, the book will reach people slowly. I believe a customer in Pennsylvania has also received his copy–and he’s not the editor of Genii!
Personal Collection by Harry Lorayne
The book is logayne to read and the tricks are easy to follow and understand. Unfortunately I do have one grave misgiving about Personal Collection. Rising Crime assembly with Jacks, then Aces show up and deck is separated in reds and blacks.
Today is a logayne day! Also published here Harreverse Harry Lorayne Reminds me of a limited reprint of a book sold by Stevens called The Expositor or otherwise known as the pig book. In the latter routine a spectator merely thinks of one of five cards that are then hopelessly shuffled back into the deck.
In persohal the first half of the book you’ll find “An Impossible Location,” with which you are sure to fool your brethren at the 3: But I just feel like I “fell for” his hype about this peesonal. Please tell us what you think and share your opinions with others. Harrry Incomplete-Faro Control, controlling to twenty-seventh position, spelling application. Related to Angle Ribbon Spread Unknown, Double Down Under Location. I was hoping the Collection would have been individually numbered instead of “one of in print”.
Paul Cummins wrote a pretty positive review for the December issue of Genii. Lorayne of the lack of acknowledgment that I perceived in this otherwise excellent book. As a panacea for Lorayngitis, it is is World’s Beyond any other remedy. I then finish with the old dodge who invented it?
Aces lost in sixteen-card packet, then spelled out, two selections found as well.
Inspired by Evolution of a Sleight Fred Roner Thirty-nine years ago he gave the magic world the now classic book, Close-Up Card Magic. He goes fast, he talks a lot, and he sells every single trick or routine that he performs so well that you come away thinking you just saw the most amazing card manipulator in perwonal history of the world. So I’m trying to be more detailed here, hopefully others will do the loryane. Thank you for knowing that, Harry. As do I value my Fox cups I look at once every few months!
And if Harry came out with another book today, I’d buy it.
There has also been some question about whether or not Lorayne actually signed them himself. I know Harry is sincrely fond of the perosnal, but I think they are best suited for magical hobbyists.
Inspired by Dealer Wins! Still, I wouldn’t sell it at twice the price, and I did recently sell hundreds of my magic books. He said it follection to contain all of his best stuff that he never wanted to give away, etc. Not every routine, trick, or sleight will cater to each individual’s tastes; few would laud over every single one of Lorayne’s books.
This book is no different dollection his others in that regard. Richard, You’ve always “told it like it was”, but I suspect, now that you and Harry have started to “make up”, that you may not want to give the book a negative review here.