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MueCard: This is a good one for you! Smile

Three Card Catch - Reinhard Mueller (Epilogue)
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Holding Clout (Dominique Duvivier)


Thanks, Charles... that is - after MIUMPH - my second effect in this Game.
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Twin Thoughts (Buddy Ackner)
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Slip Cut
"Mommy, what's that man doing up there?"
"He's putting on a Blindfold, my dear."
"What's a Blindfold, Mommy?"
"Something you wear so that you cannot see."
"Why's he wearing one, Mommy?"
"So that he can tell us what he's looking at." -
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Thirty-two (Norman Houghton) (225th page of Vol. 2 of Apocalypse)
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Odd Number Theory (a Poker effect from K.Fulves' CROOKED TALES (1994))
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Yeast Card (Michael Ammar)
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Duo-Tech II..(Strickland)..
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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Two repeats this time around...
1. Three Card Catch (Reinhard Mueller) -- More popular than you thought, Reinhard Smile
and...
2. Slip Cut

Carrying on with:

Out of Touch (John Bannon)
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Hole Sensation (Iain Moran)
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New-Wave All Backs (Dominique Duvivier)

Thanks Magiguy for your new list, and for your kind hint!
Which letter is the most frequent?
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Sorry for the repeat... carrying on with:

Subtle Fan Add-On - Eddie Fields (The Greater Artful Dodges of Eddie Fields)

((great move + great book I have to say!))

Best,
Charles
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Super Mind..(Henry Evans)..
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Since Charles was first with Subtle Add-on and "N" is the next letter, I'll go with:

Necessity Is The Mother (Billy McComb)
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Rainbow Cascade (Roy Walton & Terri Rogers)
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To change Four Cards, drawn haphazard, and placed on the Table, into Cards of the same Value as a Single Card subsequently chosen by one of the Spectators (Angelo John Lewis a.k.a. Professor Hoffmann)
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Slide Three-Way (Phil Goldstein)

Interesting, amc gives us a 19th, 18th century way of giving a title!
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On 2007-08-18 15:55, MueCard wrote:
Slide Three-Way (Phil Goldstein)

Interesting, amc gives us a 19th, 18th century way of giving a title!


AMC,
Welcome to the Café.
~John
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MueCard,
Can you explain what you mean by a 19th and 18th century way of giving a title?

Thanks,
John
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That's how it appears in 'Modern Magic'
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