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Robert Black
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Does anyone know where I might find an explanation of the Bert A. Asprin Tin effect?

Thanx

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Mitch Schneiter
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One place to find it is in Eugene Burger's "The Performance of Close-Up Magic", page 23.
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Bert Allerton book was originally published by Magic Inc. Check with them or H & R Books. Why not go to the source?

MAGIC INC.
5082 N. LINCOLN AVENUE CHICAGO, IL 60625. Contact #s: 773-334-2855

H & R:www.magicbookshop.com

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Robert Black
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Thanx for QT
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Paul's source suggestion is certainly the way to go. I don't have the Allerton book so only offered a source from the books in my collection.
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