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Topic: Labyrinth - Stephen Hobbs
Message: Posted by: Muzz (Aug 15, 2017 09:57AM)
Has anybody got this volume? I've always been a fan of periodicals etc so this has caught my eye. I confess to knowing nothing about the material though. I'm a card man mainly. Are there plenty of decent card routines? Also is this knuckle busting stuff?

Message: Posted by: Poof-Daddy (Aug 15, 2017 02:58PM)
I have this on my "must buy" list. I got to know Stephen Hobbs material thru his "Technical Toolbox" dvd set and he has a great mix of all card material (aprox 170 videos shot over 52 weeks and then compiled to dvd). I have been buying many books he used as references in the Technical Toolbox booklet that came with the set. I would have to imagine that any "card guy" could not go wrong grabbing "Labyrinth"
Message: Posted by: Yehuda (Aug 18, 2017 01:52PM)
Great collection of material from many top guys out there. Ranges from easy to difficult. Definitely will find things in there you like.

Message: Posted by: MorrisCH (Aug 19, 2017 06:28PM)
If you're a Card guy, then this is a must buy for you
great materials from Jack Carpenter, Aaron Fisher, John Guastaferro and Gregory Wilson just to name a few
I have a fairly large magic library, but this is the book I always go back to
Message: Posted by: JohnG (Aug 20, 2017 12:54AM)
I gave a detailed review Labyrinth in the Sept. 2015 issue of GENII.

John G
Message: Posted by: Indistinguishable (Oct 6, 2017 10:28PM)
Well worth getting. Well written, well presented, great magic. What more could one want?
Message: Posted by: HanselKreutzberger (Nov 17, 2017 01:00AM)
Lot of Workable material in this book.
If you are not familiar with Steve Mayhew, or a fan of Jack Carpenter you are going to be more than happy.
There's a really cool and different sponge ball routine in this book...Find it !

This routine is from "Labyrinth"
Message: Posted by: Poof-Daddy (Mar 18, 2018 01:40PM)
I ended up grabbing it up a couple months back and it is a great collection.
Message: Posted by: Peckham (Apr 28, 2018 07:51PM)
Is there non-card material in this book?
Message: Posted by: Tim Cavendish (Apr 28, 2018 07:58PM)
[quote]On Apr 28, 2018, Peckham wrote:
Is there non-card material in this book? [/quote]
It's mostly cards, though I see some non-card entries in the partial contents listing here:

Message: Posted by: Steven Conner (May 10, 2018 11:12AM)
Just got this book today. Great stuff.