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gerryc
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I would get all 3 as they reference techniques in the other volumes
scarnecky
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I was able to attain this fine set - along with "Leading with your Head" by Gary Kurtz, from Doc Eason over the holidays.

Not sure if he still has any available but you can check at: http://doceasonmagicshop.com

Cheers

Scar
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Got mine from Doc as well, easy to do business with and I try to support small businessmen.
GrEg oTtO

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NOLAN!

Awesome buddy. We jumped from 2003 to 2008...I LOVE it when stuff like this happens!

It's people like you that keep the info flow going!...So cool.

Scar: How ya like it so far? Hopefully when I finally get over there to hang with you and Paul and J-Fin you can knock me back for about six with some of it!

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Don,
I would have to say that these 4 books together are among my top 5 most important contributions to magic & mentalism..

I know this is a lot to state- but the experience, thought and detail put into these works is a wonderful reflection of a top notch magician/mentalist.

"Leading with your Head" "Psychological and Directional Keys to the Amplification of the Magic Effect"... As the title suggests Keys to Amplify- I am plugged in right now....

Oh and I really like your new avatar Don, fits really well. Looking forward to the session - sooner than later...

Scar
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I just restocked these.. I have 6 sets in stock .. only selling them in sets..

thanks

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How did it get to be 2008? Dang, overslept again. I'm in Tokyo suffering from jetlag right now and it certainly feels like I've aged a few years.

Its the Divide and Conquer routines in book 3 that got me. Hope to find time to try them soon.
"One should always be a little improbable." - Oscar Wilde
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Stuart
I love those routines too.
Here is a BIG tip--
You don't need belly strippers.
Look up Barrie Richardson's rounders from Act Two.
This hit me like a bolt of lightning one day.
Can't believe no-one has ever mentioned this.

Cheers.
Tom
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Tom,

Thanks for that tip. As it happens I bought Act Two just before going away and planned to read it when I get home. Hooray.

s
"One should always be a little improbable." - Oscar Wilde
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Hey Tom,

Rounders Act Two, bolt of lightning indeed!

s
"One should always be a little improbable." - Oscar Wilde
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Apparently JJ's volume 3 deals with memorized decks. (Per Doc Eason: "Volume 3 deals with the memorization of a deck of cards.") Does the volume describe a method to learn the memorization of a deck, or, rather, does it deal with a number of effects that involve an memorized deck (any memorized deck), or both?

I already know and am using the Aronson Stack and I would not necessarily be inclined to learn a 2nd method.

Thanks for the info.

Mike
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This must not be Kansas anymore, Toto.

Eschew obfuscation.
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Hi Mike,

I've pm'd you.

s
"One should always be a little improbable." - Oscar Wilde
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