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scottr
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Hi Guys,

Curious if anyone else finds Jim Steinmeyer's column in MAGIC an absolutely incredible resource for creativity, presentation and methods in regard to mentalism?

I for one am stunned as to the great material he's shared over the last year of my subscription to the magazine.

Anyone have any of his ideas make it straight into their act?

Scott
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I agree with you 100 percent. Steinmeyer is an incredibly compelling thinker. Also, if you love the column you have to get your hands on his books!

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By all means check out his books, and if you get a chance check out his lecture.
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I received Impuzzlebilities as a Christmas gift from my wife.

From his classic, 'Nine Card Problem", to the many effects that could play well for the Internet, videotape or phone, it's an excellent reference!

Scott
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On 2004-01-29 20:09, Texas Worker wrote:
By all means check out his books, and if you get a chance check out his lecture.


One of his easiest books to get hold of is "Hiding the Elephant" and is incredibly good. Most larger bookstores may actually have it in stock.

The book details the workings of some of magic's most astounding, profound, and guarded secrets.

And it's a Steinmeyer book, so that automatically makes it worth the time. Smile

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