New Pentagram Vol.10 by Wild Colombini - DVD
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|Peter Warlock's legendary monthly magazine NEW PENTAGRAM ran for 20 years. During those two decades some of the finest close-up and stage magic of the period was explained in its pages. I have selected TEN routines for each volume (in chronological order), so you should expect 20 DVDs dedicated to this great magazine.|
You will have: Card tricks, mental effects, coin routines, tricks with rings, etc, from magicians like Alex Elmsley, Peter Warlock, Max Maven, Francis Haxton, Ian Adair, Al Koran, Eddie Joseph, Ali Bongo, Milton Kort, Arthur Carter, Robert Neale, Peter Kane, Jack Avis and many more!
CONTRASTING PREDICTION (Max Maven): A red-backed card is shown as a prediction. A blue-backed deck is spread face up and a card is selected. The prediction card is a perfect match!
ALTERNATING CURRENT (Norman Houghton): Two sets of four cards each, one face up and one face down. You place them together and the cards magically alternate, face up, face down all the way through!
RED VERSUS WHITE (Peter Warlock): This is a transposition effect using two balls, say one red and one white. Involves a cup and some sleight of hand. Neat effect!
VINTAGE TRANSPOSITION (Nicholls Harley): Two freely selected cards change their positions!
GIANT THIMBLE (Lewis Ganson): A very strong and entertaining routine using a miniature chop-cup (or any chop-cup as a matter of fact), in many phases!
DIGITAL DIVINATION (Arthur Carter): A very strong prediction using a deck of cards where, after a deal, you predict how many cards the spectator holds!B
KINKS' MATE 3 (Arthur Carter): The four Kings are placed on the table and a spectator picks one. The deck is cut. If the selected King is the KH, the card cut at is the QH!
UNTAMED (Bob Gill): An original version of the Wild Card routine you will love performing!
ACE TRANSFEROO (Jack Avis): A production of the four Aces with a neat transposition of their colors!
DOUBLE-OVERCUT (Max Maven): An impossible double location. From a shuffled deck two spectators select a card each (free choice) and yet, you reveal them!