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Jonathan Townsend
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On May 27, 2018, Orville Smith wrote:
No, not from Garcia or Sachs. All I can recall is that the Pellet routine came from the same book that had the routine with the Soda Cracker. It's the one where you use a felt pen to draw an arrow on the cracker and then hold the cracker at opposite corners--no, not horizontally but instead at diagonal corners so you can use your other hand to pivot or swivel the cracker. The effect is that the arrow sometimes points in the wrong direction or right direction according to the patter. So the only way I can answer your question is by mentioning the soda cracker which was in the same book as the pellet routine.

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Orville Smith
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No, not the Mulholland book. But since that soda cracker trick is shown in your link, Jonathan, it makes it the 3rd book where I have seen that same trick. So that raises the question--what trick has appeared in the most books?
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Plastic bank notes are horrible. Plastic playing cards are also horrible but it is what we use in professional poker games. Cotton paper is not horrible but not 100% cotton jeans is.
If there is a single truth about Magic, it is that nothing on earth so efficiently evades it.

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