Zenneth is a successful and innovative magician in China and is sponsored by the US Playing Card Company. His speciality is close-up and particularly cards. In these notes he is explaining some of his variations and creations.
Life is Dangerous
This is a technically easier version of Jerry Sadowitz’s Prone to Live Dangerously.
Thanks to Duffie
A variation on Peter's Illusion versus Reality.
69 By Play
A visual multiple transposition of two cards.
This is a small kicker finish to Roy Walton's Strange Prediction which makes it appear that the spectator has managed to find four of a kind in addition to his own selection.
The Other Face of the Queen
This is a popular trick in Hong Kong and uses the fact that not all Queens in a pack of cards look in the same direction.
No Money No Honey
This is a variation of The Gem-Money Cards by Allan Ackerman & Dean Dill.
3 Phases Monte
After the performance of No Money No Honey, we can proceed to this three phase Monte routine and make use of the three notes left on the table as part of the presentation.
A sequel for David Williamson's Liar’s Poker.
Not another card trick, but an intriguing manipulation sequence which deceives your spectator’s attention.
Too Good to be True
Reveal a merely thought of card.
Biddled Across by Benny Lau
A fresh and brilliant presentation for the classic Biddle trick.
1st edition 2006; 23 pages
word count: 6397 which is equivalent to 25 standard pages of text