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Vernon's Variant

Vernon's Variant by Johnny ThompsonThis is a wonderfully entertaining routine for two (or more) spectators. Each one of the spectators and the performer receives four cards. All go through the same actions of turning over cards and placing them on the top or bottom of their pack. In the end the performers cards are all face down, whereas the spectators cards have a face up card among them. This basic effect is done again two times in fairer and fairer ways.

Very easy to perform. All you need is any double lift and the Elmsley count. You can read the original description of this routine in Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 9min 36s...

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Losing Diamonds

Losing Diamonds by Joshua JayA card is chosen, travels to the pocket, but turns out to be the wrong card. Visibly 'flick' the diamonds off of the wrong card. They flutter to the floor, leaving you holding the selection.

This is of intermediate difficulty. You will need to be able to force and control a card to the top. And you will also need to do a top change. No palming required.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 7min 5s

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A Sharper Sharped

A Sharper Sharped by Martin LewisA wonderful routine only requiring a false count. Martin Lewis uses the Buckle count but several other false counts can be substituted.

The premise is a game of cards with a card sharper. You deal cards and the sharper counts his cards. He has 6 cards. Since you can't play poker with six he removes one card and counts them again still leaving him with six cards. This is repeated two more times always leaving him with six cards. Only the last time he is left with 4 cards. Since you can't play poker with 4 cards he adds a card but still is left with only 4 cards. This continues until in the...

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Impromptu Linking Coat Hangers

Impromptu Linking Coat Hangers by Mike CaveneyMike finally releases one of his true pet routines. Imagine linking and unlinking two borrowed and unprepared coat hangers. You can have the coat hangers examined both before and after the routine.

The gimmick is easy to make, invisible, and straight forward to deploy and clean up.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 10min 12s

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Bottoms Up

Bottoms Up by R. Paul WilsonThis is a comedy gamblers routine. A very magical routine that convinces them you've got a killer bottom deal. Easy to do (no bottom deal needed).

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 4min 26s

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Impromptu Card Code

Impromptu Card Code by Whit HaydnImagine performing a card trick for a blind person - making them the star. Actually, any unsuspecting spectator can instantly become your secret accomplice and read your thoughts. They will be able to identify the color and value of cards without looking at them. Practical and magical.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 14min 43s

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Kicked in the Face

Kicked in the Face by Andrew WimhurstThis is based on a Martin Nash cutting ace revelation called "Honest Aces". Amazingly the aces are cut from a shuffled deck. For the kicker, four jacks are cut to, completing four blackjacks.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 9min 20s

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Presto Attracto Card

Presto Attracto Card by Daryl EastonTwo spectator's selections are lost in the deck and then found in an incredibly clean fashion. Difficulty is intermediate.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 9min 38s

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Heading North

Heading North by David RegalThis is a very effective and very easy card rise developed by David Regal. Any card is selected and shuffled into the deck. The selection now inexplicably rises out of the deck. New method, easy to do.

No threads, rubber bands, magnets or other contraptions. The gimmick is simple and right there invisible in the deck. Spectators can stare right at it and not see it. Very clever and very practical.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 3min 57s

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Accusteal

Accusteal by Jerry AndrusA barehanded production of a steel ball bearing. A professional lesson in concealment.

Jerry Andrus only taught and performed tricks he created himself. In that sense he was a purist, a one of a kind magic creator. Here he teaches simple but wonderful sleight-of-hand where every movement is thought through to appear as natural as possible while concealing a large heavy steel ball.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 4min 55s

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Photocopy

Photocopy by Paul GertnerA demonstration of "Invisible Palming" leads to a selection magically traveling into a wallet the spectator is holding. As a kicker, the selection is actually inside a folded photocopy of a hand with the selection printed on it. Commercial magic at its best.

Despite the strong effect this is relatively easy to intermediate level difficulty.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 16min 39s

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Three Bets on the Band

Three Bets on the Band by R. Paul WilsonThree professional effects with a finger ring and a rubber band.

Paul takes three well known rubber band effects, one is the popular "Crazy Man's Handcuffs", and shares his touches and improvements. Paul is not teaching each of these routines but rather focuses on his contributions.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 6min 32s

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The Great Penetrator

The Great Penetrator by Rich MarottaA borrowed coin magically penetrates three times a solid coaster resting on top of a glass.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 3min 2s

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Signature Transfer

Signature Transfer by Simon LovellA card is selected and signed. The signature magically transfers onto a completely different card.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 6min 59s

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Darwin's Aces

Darwin's Aces by Darwin OrtizThe four aces are removed from the deck and three spectators freely choose one card each. The three spectator cards are lost in the deck. Then one by one the four aces vanish to reappear face up in the deck and sandwiched between them the three spectator cards.

You will need to be able to do a pinky count, a sidesteal color change, and a cover pass. False shuffles are optional.

runtime: 11min 3s

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The Lucky Deck

The Lucky Deck by Darwin OrtizEffect: You display a heirloom deck from your grandfather that due to its frequent use has lost all faces - you display a blank deck. You place the Queen of Hearts (a blank card) on the table and the Joker (another blank card) in your breast pocket. Magically these cards turn into the real cards. On top of this entire deck has changed from a blank deck to a regular deck.

You will need to be able to do: a reverse fan, hindu shuffle, double lift.

runtime: 10min 17s

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Pocket Coins

Pocket Coins by David NeighborsYou place a ripped off empty jeans pocket on the table. Magically you take three coins one by one out of it. You magically make them disappear and appear inside/under the pocket. The climax is that all three coins disappear inside the pocket.

You will need two coins and a matching expanded shell. The video includes a detailed explanation of the "Palm to Palm", "Classic Palm to Fingerpalm Transfer" and "Toss Up Production" moves.

runtime: 24min 37s

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Coin Falling Up

Coin Falling Up by John CorneliusThis is an independent reinvention of Arthur Buckley's muscle pass by John Cornelius. John turned the move into a showpiece by itself.

runtime: 3min 20s

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A Logical Conclusion

A Logical Conclusion by Larry JenningsA trick with eight cards. Two packets of four cards are put on the table. The first packet is counted and shown to consist of four 3s. The second is counted and shown to consist of four 7s. Then the packets are combined turned face up to show the Ace of Hearts through the Eight of Hearts. So essentially the four 3s and the four 7s have transformed into the Ace through 8 of hearts.

This effect can also be found in Cardwright. You will need to be able to do the Rhythm Count.

runtime: 4min 47s

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Peripatetic Coins

Peripatetic Coins by Larry JenningsA trick with four half dollars. The four coins travel one by one from one hand to the other. The last invisible transfer takes place into a closed spectator hand.

You will need an expanded shell to do this effect.

runtime: 6min 11s

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The Pacoima Solution

The Pacoima Solution by Larry JenningsThe performer retails and reenacts a dream that at the end becomes reality.

A pack of cards is introduced. Spectator gives it a cut and peaks at a card in the center of the deck. Then the spectator gives the deck a shuffle. Performer turns half of the deck face up and half stays face down. The spectator is asked to remember if her card is in the face-up or face-down portion. The performer spreads the face-up portion. Then the portions are separated and the performer continues with his dream where he took a card crumpled it up and it vanished in mid air to reappear face up in the tabled portion....

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The Lie Detector

The Lie Detector by Larry JenningsAn entertaining an fairly easy to perform effect.

Spectator picks a card, remembers it, and returns it. Performer claims that a pack of cards is like a computer and that he can program it to function like a lie detector. After the performer takes out some cards and reinserts them into the pack, the entire deck is handed to the spectator who answer and spells his answers by tabling cards. Was the card a face or point card? Was the card red or black? What suit was it? The bottom card of the tabled packet always shows the correct answer and therefore it is clear if the spectator told the truth...

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A New Game

A New Game by Mike MaxwellThis trick was developed by Allan and Debbie Ackerman. Debbie is Allan's daughter.

A spectator chooses a card and the value of the card decides how many hands are dealt in this game. Let's say the spectator choses the 3 of Hearts. A random number of cards is taken from the deck and then dealt into 3 hands. Then the performer announces that the spectator should pick one pile. If that pile does not have a 3 on its top the spectator wins, otherwise the magician wins. Of course, the odds are vastly in favor of the spectator. Nevertheless, the top cards on all three piles turn out to be 3s and...

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The Lazy Man's Interlocking Setup II

The Lazy Man's Interlocking Setup II by Mike MaxwellOne spectator receives a prediction for safe keeping. Another spectator receives a portion of the deck, shuffles it thoroughly, deals cards one at a time on the table, and stops whenever he likes. He may stop at the first card, the last card, or anywhere in between. The value of the randomly chosen card is used to count to a card in the remaining portion of the deck. And that card matches the prediction.

runtime: 4min 34s

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Reassembled Finale

Reassembled Finale by Allan AckermanFour hands are dealt starting with an Ace for each hand. Another three cards are dealt on top of each ace. One at a time the Aces travel to the magicians hand - your standard Ace assembly. However, in a flash the aces jump back and on top of each pack is an Ace.

There are no difficult moves in this routine, but it is a longer routine with several steps to remember.

runtime: 8min 18s

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Jacks or Better (Ortiz)

Jacks or Better (Ortiz) by Darwin OrtizA commercial gambling routine.

Darwin starts with a little false dealing demonstration dealing seconds and then thirds, fourths or fifths. He continues to show how a cheat could use such dealing techniques. He attempts to deal the four Jacks to himself starting with the Jacks as the top four cards. However, he ends up dealing the four Jacks to his opponent and - as a climax - reveals that he has dealt himself the four aces.

Darwin teaches an easy faux 3rd-, 4th-, 5th- deal. You will need to be able to deal seconds. You will also need to be able to cull cards and do a Braue addition.

runtime: 7min 9s...

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Ring, Rope and Wand

Ring, Rope and Wand by Daryl EastonThis is a wonderfully visual and very simple routine. No gimmicks required. One simple move does the trick.

All you need is a wand, stick or pencil, a piece of rope and a borrowed finger ring. You ask two spectators to assist you. Rope, ring and wand are examined. Then the ring is fairly and openly put on the center of the rope. The magician covers the ring with his hand, each spectator holds with one hand an end of the rope and with the other hand an end of the wand. The ring magically jumps from the rope onto the wand. Voila!

Simple to perform and suitable for the beginner.

runtime:...

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Angel Card Rise Plus

Angel Card Rise Plus by David BritlandDavid Britland describes a lovely gimmick which allows you to produce an eerie rising card effect. The basic concept of the gimmick is not new and it was not new in the 80s when the first edition of this booklet was published. However, the value of the ebook lies in the various ways to deploy the gimmick, the different effects one can achieve, and the methods to clean up or transition into the next routine.

You will learn how to achieve a double rise effect where first the deck rises out of the case and then the selected card rises out of the deck. You also read a great anecdote how Dave...

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Remember & Forget

Remember & Forget by Gary KurtzThis is an effect Hofzinser created. You can read three versions of the original in Hofzinser's Card Conjuring. Three spectators choose two cards each and are asked to remember them both. Then they are asked to forget one of their cards. All six cards are returned and lost in the deck. Then spectator by spectator the performer finds the card the spectator remembered, shows it and places it face down on the table. As a climax those three remembered cards turn into the cards the spectators tried to forget.

runtime: 11min

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T. C. Spectre

T. C. Spectre by Larry BeckerThe spectator removes one card from a full face-up deck and places it into an envelope. This happens while the mentalist turns his back so that he can't see which card the spectator chooses. The remaining deck is gathered and turned face-down by the spectator. The envelope is closed and shown from both sides to demonstrate that nothing can be seen through the envelope. Then the envelope is placed by the spectator inside another envelope.

The mentalist then reads the spectators mind to reveal the card that is inside the envelope. Larry has come up with a nice presentation. He doesn't simply...

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Tearing a Lady in Two

Tearing a Lady in Two by David BritlandIf you like the classic Card Warp effect you will love this related but nevertheless quite different effect. And you might have seen Charlie Fry's version of this trick - Ripped & Fryed - featured on the Paul Harris True Astonishment DVDs. Now you can learn the original and get all the tips, subtleties and pointers from the creator.

Whilst you can use this effect with playing cards it works equally well with business cards. In performance you introduce the subject of the big illusions that are being performed on TV. Although you haven't brought along all your apparatus with you perhaps some young lady...

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Royal Twist

Royal Twist by Larry JenningsThis is a take on the Twisting Aces plot with a kicker climax where the four of a kind change into a Royal Flush.

The four tens are taken out of the pack and displayed one by one. Repeatedly twisting the pack turns one of the tens face up. At the very end the cards change into a Royalt Flush.

Intermediate difficulty. runtime: 7min 30s

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Window of Opportunity

Window of Opportunity by Paul HarrisA signed business card vanishes and reappears inside a sealed junk mail envelope.

Everybody receives junk mail and you probably have some lying around the house right now. Wouldn't it be great to do some magic with it and put it to good use? This video will teach you how.

This trick is very easy to do and very clever in its method.

runtime: 9min 5s

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Lysdexia

Lysdexia by Paul HarrisThe effect is unusual, typical Paul Harris - a word on a page in a book moves.

runtime: 4min 53s

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New Tens Routine

New Tens Routine by Darwin OrtizThis is a nice routine where several times the black tens change into the red tens and then the red tens change into the black tens and it keeps changing like this several times. Performed in an off-beat manner this is a really strong effect.

runtime: 9min 49s

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The Dakota Miracle

The Dakota Miracle by Mark StrivingsA spectator is asked to take out a $1 Bill. The performer divines the city the bill was printed in and the serial number.

runtime: 15min 31s

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Blind Aces

Blind Aces by Darwin OrtizA deck is borrowed from one spectator and shuffled by another spectator. Darwin finds the four aces while his eyes are covered by the hands of a third spectator. He even discerns the suit of one of the aces by touch alone.

To pull this effect off you will need a bit of pre-show work.

runtime: 18min 28s

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Deja-Vu-Ing

Deja-Vu-Ing by Lee EarleBefore the show you mail or give a spectator an envelope for safe keeping. At the show the spectator opens the envelope to find another smaller envelope inside. In this smaller envelope are three little pieces of paper. On these pieces of paper the performer recorded three dreams a few days earlier. The performer's dreams match the front page of today's newspaper as well as two spectator's thoughts.

runtime: 24min 44s

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Band on the Run & Flying Match

Band on the Run & Flying Match by Tom MullicaFor the first effect you will need a cigar. Take off the cellophane cover and have a spectator twist it into a little string. Then have them pull off the cigar band and put it on the cellophane string. Both ends are held by the spectator. Under the cover of a handkerchief you free the band without destroying it.

The second effect is a neat stunt. While you attempt to light your cigarette with a match the lit match takes off and flies away - like a rocket.

runtime: 8min 39s

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Three-in-One

Three-in-One by Jack CarpenterThis is the 'pick a card and I find it' type of effect, where the spectator's card is revealed with a color change. It is a nice sequence that could fit into many card routines.

runtime: 4min 37s

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Sucker Silks

Sucker Silks by Martin LewisA very commercial routine where all is in the delivery and the script. Martin starts with a lovely Ping Pong ball gag. The main effect is the classic push a white handkerchief into your fist and pull out a red one. The method should be clear to everybody even though Martin will explain the basic mechanism and move. What you learn here are the lines and little bits of business that make this a commercial routine.

runtime: 6min 16s

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A Hard Ace To Follow

A Hard Ace To Follow by Martin A. NashFeaturing Infinity

Martin is demonstrating the difference between coincidence, or luck, and sleight-of-hand. This is a lovely routine where a spectator selects a card that is lost in the deck. The four aces are shown and one ace with the same suit as the spectators card magically turns face down while the aces are held by the spectator. Perhaps a coincidence. Then another card in the remaining deck turns face down. Luck?! The final climax when the two face-down cards are turned face-up is the transposition of an ace and the chosen card because the ace is found in the deck and the chosen card...

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Ten Peeks

Ten Peeks by Michael SkinnerThe ace through 10 of Diamonds are inserted into the pack, each card at a different location. The deck is shuffled and then Michael produces each card one by one in different ways using pop out moves, cuts, and other flourishes.

This is an improvement of an effect popularized by Eddie Fechter. However Eddie produced each card the same way using the gymnastic ace production from the Paul LePaul book.

runtime: 14min 46s

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Cut & Restored Rope

Cut & Restored Rope by Michael SkinnerThis is a wonderful classic cut and restored rope routine performed to a lovely script. The rope is cut and restored twice and in the end the rope vanishes only leaving a short piece behind in the spectator's hand.

runtime: 10min 22s

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Wild with the Ladies

Wild with the Ladies by R. Paul WilsonFour Jokers turn one by one into the same card that was selected before by a spectator. For the climax the four cards turn into the four Queens.

This effect was inspired by Jenning's Wild Cards.

runtime: 8min 22s

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Fair is Fair

Fair is Fair by Rich MarottaA deck is shuffled by a spectator. A card is picked in a fair and open manner. The card is returned and the deck is shuffled again by the spectator. The performer takes out four cards, one of the four is the spectator chosen card. The chosen card vanishes leaving only three cards in the performer's hands. The card appears face-up in the tabled deck.

runtime: 11min 58s

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E-Z Square 2

E-Z Square 2 by Werner MillerHere Werner Miller attacks the 4x4 square. (E-Z Square 1 deals with the 5x5 square.). You will learn a new and easy method to construct a 4x4 magic square starting with two or four given numbers.

The real gem in this manuscript is the bonus routine. It is a unique presentation which makes your work simpler and allows you to predict the sum of the square. The effect is as follows:

Take out a soft measuring tape of the kind tailors use (which has centimeters or inches marked on both sides), and a prediction. Give the prediction to a spectator for safekeeping. You will never touch it again. Have two...

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E-Z Square 2 (German)

E-Z Square 2 (German) by Werner MillerHier Werner Miller nimmt das 4x4 Quadrat in Angriff. (Im E-Z Square 1 geht es um das 5x5 Quadrat.). Sie werden eine neue Methode für das 4x4 Quadrat lernen bei dem Zuschauer zwei oder drei Zahlen vorgeben kann.

Die wertvollste Routine in diesem Heft ist die Bonusroutine. Eine neuartige Vorführung die Ihre Aufgabe erleichtert und es Ihnen erlaubt die Summe des Quadrates vorauszusagen. Der Effekt ist wie folgt:

Legen Sie ein Stoffmassband, wie es Schneider zum Vermessen verwenden, und eine Vorhersage auf den Tisch. Geben Sie die Vorhersage einem Zuschauer. Sie werden diese Vorhersage nie wieder berühren....

Werner Miller8 Feb 2010$6.00

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The Invisible Palm

The Invisible Palm by Larry JenningsThe Ace Assembly theme is a classic one. Jennings credits Bill Miesel as the first to create a card assembly effect. Here you will learn Larry Jennings' variation which avoids bringing the deck and the aces together. The four aces are shown one at a time. Very slowly one by one and absolutely fairly three aces travel to the leader ace.

runtime 9min 40s

Larry Jennings22 Dec 2010$6.00

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Torn and Restored Cigarette Paper

Torn and Restored Cigarette Paper by Michael SkinnerThe Torn and Restored Cigarette Paper is a classic sleight-of-hand close-up effect. Skinner's main contribution here is the performance which is humorous and fits his personality. The technique is Nate Leipzig's technique which can also be found in Stars of Magic or Dai Vernon's Tribute to Nate Leipzig.

runtimet 6min 44s

Michael Skinner27 Dec 2010$6.00

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