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aussiemagic
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I don't use candles or doves at this stage, but I have seen Rick Thomas do a candle to silk to dove move that looks really good! I was just wondering whether this is a standard move or if it is a Rick Thomas move?

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Dove Encyclopedias, I think volume 3.

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It's a pretty logical sequence, I think. I'm sure he isn't the first.
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Richard,

Is that the Chavez Encyclopedia of Dove Magic you are referencing?

Compiled by Marian Chavez herself, also contains the best dove steal in the business by the late great Neil Foster.
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I'd say Richard is referring to Adair's books. I don't think Marian wrote multiple volumes, did she? It may be in her book, though. I'm fairly certain I read the sequence somewhere, and I don't have the Adair volumes. Although, I do have some of his smaller books.
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On 2010-01-05 14:01, Michael J. Douglas wrote:
It's a pretty logical sequence, I think. I'm sure he isn't the first.


Yes, you don't need to study rocket science to discover this move BUT is documented right in where Richard says...
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It is the Adair books. There is one version by John Mohering.

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In the Chavez book there is a Vanishing Candle to Dove effect that is very good and natural.

Richard is the John Mohering version in his book 'The Texan Trixter' ?
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I don't know. I have to dig it out and look at it again.

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I saw him do it about a month ago, not 5 ft. away and it appeared to me to be the one in the Adair. Might also be a version in the Chavez but mine are still packed in boxes in the garage and I can't go look right now.
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