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With the spectator cutting the piles of cards, an Ace turns up on the top of each. We keep our most popular products in stock in the UK so often this step is skipped. There are many sleights in this book, including some really odd ones such as a bottom deal done at the fingertips and a “Tilt” move executed from the front.

Jimmy ‘Cards’ Molinari www. I was commenting on how silly it was that the poster felt it was a problem that Harry doesn’t describe the effect at the outset.

The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel By Harry Lorayne

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The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel (Harry Lorayne)

There is no palming. Ted Lesley – Six-Card Repeat. As an Ambitious Card Ending. RS Inner circle Posts.

The Multiple Cop Progressive Aces. For example, one interesting routine in the book is a Collectors routine done backwards: Customers who bought this product also purchased The Natural Multiple Lift.

Slow Motion Bottom Deal. One-Card Middle Pass 2. No, he does not. This book contains Krenzel’s original writeup for the move although for the history buffs, there is some dispute over the fact that Ron Wohl published it before Krenzel. Write a review on this product. The Miracle Multiple Peek. New York City Posts. Cards are squared, hands clapped and the chosen card is now on top of the deck. So, if you insist on reading the entire darn effect first I do, incidentally, usually give an idea of the effect don’t buy this book, or any of my books for that matter.

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Magic shop kken proud to produce great magic books, tricks, downloads and DVDs. Ken Krenzel’s description of the Classic Pass has been regarded as one of the best, and it really is thorough. It is a philosophy about how to think about card magic and the effects that can be created with high level technique. For people that consider themselves “move-monkeys”, the dinner has been served.


The chapter on “The Classic Pass” is the very best ever written on the subject. The Invisible Bottom Reverse. But as they are pushed through the deck, one card reverses itself while the back of the other card changes color.

The card is noted, returned to the center, still clipped between the cards.

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I think this book is worth the investment. The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel. Related to Bottom Reverse James Steranko ,