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Has anyone read this new booklet. Is it worth buying or is it pretty overused and dated stuff? Review please.
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Ah, you got my hopes up, I thought it was finally out, but it still says "Coming Soon." This is Milt Kort's heavily guarded work on the Think-a-Card effect. Of course it's worth buying. And I'll be the first in line to do so, when it's finally is released.

P.S. - EVERYTHING in the Ron Bauer Private Studies series is worth buying. Some of the best purchases I've made this year.
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I am waiting myself and can not wait for the new lessons. I have everything available to date from Mr. Bauer, this all rocks!

I keep going to my mail box like a kid waiting for a decoder ring from ovaltine. If you don't have these buy all of them. This is my own doing I am not being paid by anyone to say my opinion of these.
You have no idea what you are missing out on. the lessons are worth way above and beyond the little price they ask. Personally I wish they would raise the price on these to like a hundred dollars a piece. they are worth at minimum that much for what you learn in these manuscripts. Smile
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Is this the latest private study booklet or something else? I don't remeber that title.
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On 2003-06-11 16:26, Reed McClintock wrote:
I am waiting myself and can not wait for the new lessons. I have everything available to date from Mr. Bauer, this all rocks!

I keep going to my mail box like a kid waiting for a decoder ring from ovaltine. If you don't have these buy all of them. This is my own doing I am not being paid by anyone to say my opinion of these.
You have no idea what you are missing out on. the lessons are worth way above and beyond the little price they ask. Personally I wish they would raise the price on these to like a hundred dollars a piece. they are worth at minimum that much for what you learn in these manuscripts. Smile


OVALTINE!!! Smile Smile Smile
Oh man Reed, you made me laugh out loud with that one. Brings back memories of "The Christman Story".

Anyway, I will definitely be picking up this new booklet, and a few of the other new ones I have my eye on.

To everyone else: Please keep thinking that Ron Bauer's material is "old and dated" so only a small select group of "fools" will be performing it. Smile
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[quote]On 2003-06-11 19:46, cardguy wrote:

OVALTINE!!! Smile Smile Smile
Oh man Reed, you made me laugh out loud with that one. Brings back memories of "The Christman Story".

C'mon Frank...you're not old enough to remember"The Christmas Story". One of Gene Shepherds' classics, among many.
Just kidding Frank, I'm sure you've seen the rerun of this wondeful piece on TV.

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John Smetana

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I asked my parents for the Bauer series, but they were afraid I'd shoot my eye out.

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LOL! How can anyone not know "A Christmas Story"? It plays on TV around the clock every Christmas. Ah, nostalgia.
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just ask santa for these booklets, you will be very happy, so i hope you have been a good boy all year long, and you just may find some under your tree this year.....
i have heard nothing but raves about all of his booklets......
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I don't know Christmas Story. Ovaltine does remind me of Frau Blucher in young Frankenstein...

goodnight,herr doktor.
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Guys,

The new Series titles are "Senator Crandall's Cut-up Card Trick" and "Four Squares and a Knot."

"Crandall's Cut-up Card Trick" is one of the funniest card discoveries I've ever seen (after working for Bill Malone for 2 1/2 years that says a lot!).

I've used "Four Squares and a Knot" as my opener for three years now. I haven't seen anything that even comes close to having the impact that this little gem does.

Titles that are in the works and should be out in the next few weeks are: "The Siamese Goose Egg Bag", "Ed Marlo's Time Machine", "The Second Finger Top Deal", and "Milt Kort's All-Out Think of-A-Card."

I'd start getting that Christmas list together now!

Tom
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"Milt Kort's All-Out Think of-A-Card" was listed as being available from Hank Lee's Magic Factory, but it is not listed as being available from Ron Bauer's site Think Like A Conjurer. Inquiring minds want to know what's up!
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"Stuff is anything, but magic is everything"



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Does anyone know if Milt Kort ever published more work on Think a Card apart from the Ron Bauer booklet?
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On Mar 26, 2020, Leo H wrote:
Does anyone know if Milt Kort ever published more work on Think a Card apart from the Ron Bauer booklet?

"Milt Kort's Sure-Fire Think of a Card" in the Oct. 1997 Linking Ring was the first publication of it.
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Stephen Minch published a large book of Milt's wonderful magic, you could check there.
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The title of this starts with "19 All Outs... Think of a Card." The idea is to use outs with subtlety.

To me, that is like fishing without a hook. I don't like fishing in mentalism. So this is not for me.
It is like a streaker jogging and not knowing they are in the buff. It just becomes more and more obvious to those observing.
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