Triple Chahce

John Brennan

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TRIPLE CHANCE is a sure-fire Eye Popper with TRIPLE JMPACT . . . Grand Comedy Business and Three Tremendous suprises in one routine moyeg

Dead easy to perform . . . No sleight and the biggest supnse of all . . . at tne ena EVERYTHING CAN BE EXAMINED.


Price complete and ready to work

The name Phil Goldstein needs no introduction from me. Phil is one of the most prolific inventors of fine magic on the scene today. The following four effects could have easily been spread out through four issues but Phil requested that they all be published together as there is a developmental progression involved.

He also promises more material in the near future and indeed we may see a one man issue from him in the next few issues.

I, for one, can't wait but for the time being, here's Phil's latest offerings to whet your appetites .

AVANTURN Phil Goldstein

It is, for most of us mortal card-handlers, no easy task to display two surfaces as four by means of a straightforward counting action. However, showing two-as-three within a four-card count is a simple, common activity in contemporary card magifc. The following series of related effects grew out of this observation. Actually, the initial effort involved five-card counting. You will require five cards: two identical jokers, and the aces of spades, hearts and clubs. At the start of the routine, these are in order from the face: joker; joker; face down AC; face down AH; face up AS.

1) Hold the packet with the right hand from above, Biddle fashion. The cards are displayed with a variant Hamman Count, as follows: on the count of "1", the first card is drawn into the left hand by the left thumb. On "2", the next card is taken on top of the first. On "3", the next card is apparently taken. In fact, as per the

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