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Wayne Roberts
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Hello! I'm doing a research for a manual concerning variations of matrix-tricks: cards, coins, sugar cubes and so on. Maybe some of you can give me a few hints where I may find some material to continue to work? I've found Ryan Hayashi's Matrix Triology. But there must be something more that has been published on that topic. However, I haven't found it yet. Many thanks in advance! Best regards - Wayne
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Robert Bengel had some work in print. You can see the sources here.

http://archive.denisbehr.de/show.php?people=297
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Wayne Roberts
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Thanks a lot, Michael!

meanwhile I've found Al Schneiders original routine in his book "Magic" and a few descriptions in German books.

It is somewhat lengthy, but nevertheless it's fun.


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On 2013-09-02 01:20, Michael Baker wrote:
Robert Bengel had some work in print. You can see the sources here.

http://archive.denisbehr.de/show.php?people=297
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