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Eugene Chekhov
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Hi guys! Someone familiar with this method? Perhaps Aldo? Any help in this matter! Thank you!
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It is basically the Panama Rope Mystery (Ted Collins credited with its invention in 1941 and it was put in Tarbell volume 2 in 1942). However this version starts with a clever slip knot addition at the beginning of the routine. It's a good effect in its original form and nicely done with the little subtly seen in this video.
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Right! I had a little problem with the visibility. (colored rope, and dark table top) but, Harry and I are old enough to remember! Collins, won an award, from the I Bother Magicians Ass'n. for this.

It's sometimes just called the 'square knot principle) but Collins gets the credit! I have used it, and, it plays!
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Thank you for your professional opinion. Good Routine! I will experiment with the first node. I have not tried it yet, but I think I'll spend a few hours studying.
I love the magic & history of magic! My favorites magicians - Dai Vernon, Max Malini, Fielding West, Michael Finney, Jeff Hobson, Bob Sheets, Nick Lewin, Harry Murphy, Dick Oslund- great showmen of magic!
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Your most welcome!

When do Harry and I get to be on your list of favorite magicians??? (hee hee)
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