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Antinomy Issue #3:
48 over-sized pages of magic and commentary.
The Artful Ledger offers "Antics and Interludes."
It includes thoughts on making your card magic more entertaining, as well as variations on "Daley's Aces" (in turn inspired by John Bannon's approach in Dear Mr. Fantasy ) and a packet effect by Jean-Jacques Sanvert. For a year's worth of Jon Racherbaumer content, join www.jonracherbaumer.com today!
Dean Dill asks about a mental "Reflection."
It fools people. A spectator freely deals cards from a chosen deck. The card they stopped at is proven to be a "Reflection" of a prediction previously set aside. Check out Dean's Magic at www.deandill.com
Jack Parker contributes something old and something new with "100% Confidence" and "Friction Aces."
If you like card magic, you'll love these. The cards go through surprising changes in these well-framed effects.
Jack T. Koopmans offers "Celebrity Search."
The magician is able to magically stop on a card whose image matches the name of a celebrity that the spectator is thinking of.
Matt Herbert shows how to perform a "Sobriety Test."
In this test, the rules are turned upside down as a Quarter is hidden behind a Dime. You better answer this one correctly, or you won't pass!
Norman Beck recommends how to pay (play?) "Hotel Bills."
Norman uses a set of currency to illustrate a math puzzle where $1 disappears. He uses this effect to obtain free upgrades at the hotels he stays at.
In the third edition of The Honest Liar, Jamy Ian Swiss discusses what has been assumed to be a pet phrase of Vernon's: "Don't make unimportant things important."