Nothing Up My Green Sleeves

By Paul Green

Paul Green is a busy corporate magician, and is also a regular columnist for The Magic Menu. In this 28-page set of notes, he explains seven routines from his professional repertoire. Included are: "One More Chance," a prediction effect with a huge, funny build-up (the only problem I see with a trick like this is if after the long, long build-up the trick should fail - but I'm sure that never happens); "Above, Beside, or Below," a handling for Larry Jennings' excellent "Peripatetic Coins"; "Cutting the Competition," a very commercial use of an old trick called "Bi-Kolar Kut"; "The Pygmy Paddle," which is a routine using a restaurant swizzle stick; "It's Amazing," which allows the spectator to become a mind reader; "Everyone In - Poker," a routine which combines the "Vernon Poker Demonstration" and Michael Skinner's "Overhand Power Poker"; and "Thanks," a commercial routine which gives the assisting spectator a personalized souvenir.

This is commercial and practical material. Although these are lecture notes, the material is well explained and even if you haven't had the chance to see Paul's lecture, you'll be able to learn the material from the written explanations.

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