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Hey there, I recently stumbled upon this "Finding the Queen" routine again. I saw a lot of different performances and always enjoyed it. Andrew Kelly performed it at the Ellen show for example. Can anyone recommend any books in which this routine is described? I'd love to study this a little more in depth instead of just reverse engineer a video. Similar routines (using the same method) would be great too. Thanks in advance.
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Similar routines using similar methods would include: "Find the Ladies" - an adult version found in "King of Clubs" in The Wizards' Journal #30; also "Threesies" in the same Wizards' Journal #30 uses some of the same principles. "Alice's Wonderland Monte" from The Wizards' Journal #33 has some improvements in the methods used.
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That trick is commercially available. It is "stand up monte" by Garrett Thomas and is one hell of a trick.

Takes some practice but when you have it down pat you have a trick that blows minds.
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