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IMPUZZIBILITIES SERIES--(3) SUBSEQUENT IMPUZZIBILITIES
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IMPUZZIBILITIES SERIES--(3) SUBSEQUENT IMPUZZIBILITIES
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BK-2672
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Steinmeyer, Jim
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The third book in the series is also the largest, with thirteen new effects. All are strangely self-working and interactive. "The Magician Who Fools Himself" is a hands-off Card Across routine that Jim has featured in lectures. "The Password Fallacy" is an amazing, long-distance location of a card in the spectator's packet, a worthy successor to the famous "Nine Card Problem." "Enigmatic Tarot" is a fortune telling effect suitable for telephone or video performances. Over 40 pages, with foil stamped cover and matching format to the previous two books. As always the tricks are not only amazing but surprising. First, you'll fool yourself, and then your spectators.
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The third book in the series is also the largest, with thirteen new effects.  All are strangely self-working and interactive.  "The Magician Who Fools Himself" is a hands-off Card Across routine that Jim has featured in
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