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Topic: Andrew Loh's "Divide And Conjure"
Message: Posted by: Cameron Francis (Jan 6, 2009 11:19PM)
Andrew has another clever e-trick coming out in PDF format called Divide and Conjure. It's an assembly/spectator cuts to the aces (three selections in this case) trick that is very, very good and easy to do.

I believe Andrew will be selling it on his site: http://www.freewebs.com/cardicians/

As with all of Andrew's stuff, it is well written and illustrated.

Don't know what the price will be. But if you're looking for something strong and impromptu then definitely check this out.
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Jan 10, 2009 12:55AM)
Hi Cameron, thanks and I appreciate your review. ;)

This ebook is on the way... Coming soon...
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Jan 10, 2009 10:28AM)
The "Divide And Conjure" ebook would be on sales in these few days... :)

Thanks and have a nice day...
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Feb 28, 2009 11:23PM)
I'm sorry folks... I have been receiving some PMs that requesting me about the availability of my this ebook. Don't worry, I will make this ebook available soon. :) - I am sure it's worth the wait. There are more reviews to come...

Best Wishes,
Andrew Loh
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Feb 28, 2009 11:25PM)
By the way, to check out some news regarding any updates, you can anytime visit my blogsite:

Best Wishes,
Andrew Loh
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (May 21, 2009 11:56PM)
Hi folks,

Just would like to inform that Divide and Conjure will be available this few days or two.. Sorry for the long wait...

Stay tuned... ;)

Andrew Loh
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (May 27, 2009 10:58AM)
Hi folks,

I would like to apologise for the long wait of my this release. I know some of you had constantly emailing me and requesting me about my this ebook. Finally, as promised, after my final exam I will release my this pet routine to the magic fraternity.

As always, my this effect requires you just using a borrowed deck, 100% no setup, no gimmicks and is not difficult to do...

You can purchase this ebook at: http://www.elmwoodmagic.com/full/Magic-Tricks-Magic-Books-Magic-DVDs-5692__7240.htm

Thanks for the support and I sincerely hope you enjoy the routine...

Andrew Loh Shang Hai
Message: Posted by: Christopher Williams (May 27, 2009 11:18AM)
Andrew is one of the cleverst thinkers in Card Magic around at the moment, I haven't got this, but based on his previous work I can only expect it to be top rate as well!
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (May 28, 2009 01:59AM)
Thanks Christopher for your kind words.. :)
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (May 28, 2009 07:56PM)
Many magicians were asking me, whether crimp is used in this routine. The answer is "No" and the spectator can freely cuts the deck and yet the miracle will still happen.

Spectators' selections can be signed if you wish and there is no ditching of cards. After you perform this routine, you can proceed to your next favourite routine.

Finally, there is no "forcing" technique used in this routine.
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Jun 1, 2009 08:48AM)
I would like to clarify the above, there is no "forcing" technique means that the spectator has free choice in selecting their card.. I am sorry for the vague info.. Thanks!
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Jun 5, 2009 08:03PM)
Hi folks,

For those of you who purchased my this ebook, you can personally PM me which I have another method for the revelation to share with you.

Thanks folks for the support.

Andrew Loh
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Jun 24, 2009 08:29PM)
Hi folks,

Soonly, I will share my further thoughts (my this routine) at my site and blog. Just to keep you updated... Thanks!

Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Nov 10, 2011 06:58AM)
Thanks for the overwhelming support guys. :)
Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Feb 8, 2012 07:23PM)
Just would like to say a big thanks to those who purchased my "Divide and Conjure". I received an overwhelming support on this particular item both from other magic online shop and my personal shop as well. I hope that this routine may serve the magic fraternity well. :)

Message: Posted by: Andrew Loh (Feb 28, 2014 06:03PM)
The eBook is now available at www.cardicianden.com