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theAmazinbryan
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Just looking for book or dvd source.
Thanks in advance
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Guy Hollingworth's Drawing Room Deceptions. His triumph alone is worth the price, and on top of it you get so much more, like the best in the hands false riffle I know of, one of the best torn and restored effects ever, a visual handling of twisting the aces, a great oil and water handling, and much much more. Some of it is easy and some of it is very challenging. Something for everybody, really.
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You can also find a very easy one in Bannon's new book and another in the Troy Hooser book.
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I do think that there is also one in Darwin Ortiz At The Card Table that is pretty good.
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Troy Hooser's has a really nice display just before squaring up the packets, and can be performed surrounded. guy hollingworth's has by far one of the most convincing images of face ups going into face downs. the 2nd phase is tough to pull off, but in this phase one can actually fan the cards to show face up and face down cards. tough but can be done.

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theAmazinbryan
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Paul,is the book you refer to Dear Mr.Fantasy?Also do you have a version that you feel is more convincing?Also what is the title of the Hooser book ?
Thanks again guys!!
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Heinstein (sp?) shuffle, and theres always those Penguin Magic downloads...
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Thoughts on Cards Video, Larry Jennings. I don't know if it's in a dvd format.

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Larry Jennings Upstanding Triumph in Up in Smoke is great.

Best,

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On 2005-09-25 23:28, cardman1990 wrote:
theres always those Penguin Magic downloads...

Hey, the Emerge Triumphant that Oz Pearlman does (also on his Watch Magic DVD) isn't all that bad. It's a little rough around the edges--by no means a perfect version of triumph. If you need a quick version check it out though.
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Jay Sankey's Back in Time is very easy to do and is a very strong in the hands triumph type of effect.

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Bannon's "Last Man Standing" from his latest book is essentially Jennings' in the hands triumph from "The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings". Both of them use the same display of face-up into face-down (which is awesome), but Bannon's method of getting into the display is less technical.
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I agree. Screw Penquin. Get the Bannon book. The routine is easy to do.
JC Wagner also has a nice version.

The Bannon book is packed full of great magic. For god's sake he gives you an entire professional grade card set to perform. The whole set. One effect after the other. Great things to think about.

I was not expecting anywhere near this calibar of magic from this book but it's there.

A sure bargain. Written well too.

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Frank, What is the name of the Bannon book?
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Oh, and John Carney has A KILLER in the hands triumph in carneycopia.
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If you want to check out a interesting way to do it using one of Lee Asher's famous move. check it out here. Its just a varation on His contintental (sp?) divide. great trick.. just in a triumph concept.

http://www.changphoto.com/quick/zen.mov

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Paul Cummins, "personal slop" (or smth like that) in his FASDIU book.
Very easy, very disarming. Very nice!
Jonathan.

PS Hollingworth's "arc de triomphe" is a piece of beauty.
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I'll second Sankey's Back in Time, which you can find on his The Very Best of Jay from L&L. Or else check out John Guastaferro's Party Animal from his Creative... DVD's.

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Daniel Garcia, on his new Project DVD, has a nice in the hands triumph that is also designed to fry those in the know.
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On 2005-09-26 08:57, Charlie Justice wrote:
Daniel Garcia, on his new Project DVD, has a nice in the hands triumph that is also designed to fry those in the know.

Yes, I also like Daniel Garcia's verison of the triumph routine with a surprise finish - entirely in the hands. It's called Nacho Momma's Triumph in The Project vol. 3 dvd.
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