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[quote] On 2012-05-03 15:43, nspikito wrote: Patent nonsense! I started doing magic in my 60s (I'm 66 now), and I've learned (I can't say "mastered") many sleights well enough to use them regularly in performance. They include a classic pass, top change, side steal, false shuffles, a variety of double lifts, culling cards from a spread, fans, a multiple shift, one-handed and two-handed top palms, Elmslie and Jordan counts, . . . (the list goes on). My old-man skills are good enough that I recently won the annual Close-Up Contest at a local IBM meeting. I'm trying not to brag. My point is that age shouldn't impede you from learning card technique, if you are sufficiently motivated. 'Mastering' anything, however, is endless at any age. Spike [/quote]
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