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Stephen Minch

Stephen, or Steve, had a magic shop in Seattle from 1976 to 1987. After many years of writing magic books he decided to found his own publishing house. He called it Hermetic Press and it started in 1989 in Seattle. Today Hermetic Press is the most prestigeous magic publisher in the world and Stephen is considered one of the best editors and authors of magic books.

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Colors on the March

Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

Colors on the March by Stephen Minch & Martin A. NashMartin has used this one at police and government lectures everywhere. It concludes with one of the most deceptive dealing demonstrations possible with a deck of cards. Available again for the first time in 25 years!

The Colors on the March act consists of five interconnected routines. The major theme of the act is that of gambling - a topic that immediately captures the interest of both men and women. Notice how the requirements of each routine are secretly attained long in advance of the routine's performance, thus making the performer always several steps ahead or his audience. Also note...

2005 / 12 / 30
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Jacks or Better

Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

Jacks or Better by Stephen Minch & Martin A. NashOne of Martin's favorite routines. This has been one of the most popular routines for Martin's lectures. It concludes with a 13 minute sandwich routine that keeps the audience continually guessing. Available again for the first time in 25 years!

To open, you begin by honestly cutting the four Aces from a shuffled pack in the fairest manner possible. This effect grabs their interest immediately and establishes you as an expert.

The red and black Aces then transpose with each other in an amazing fashion, via Martin's treatment of Dr. Daley's Last Trick. You then go into a poker dealing routine. ...

2005 / 12 / 30
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Kings Incognito

Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

Kings Incognito by Stephen Minch & Martin A. NashKings Incognito is one of Martin's least demanding acts, in a technical sense. The sleights required are ones that will be found in the repertoir of the average close-up magician. Any sleights that you may not presently do can be learned within a reasonable time. The most demanding sleights occur, ironically, during the introductory sequence in which nothing happens. In this prologue to the magic, Martin demonstrates several methods in which people shuffle cards. While doing so, he executes a faro shuffle (which needn't be perfect) and a push through riffle shuffle. If these shuffles are not...
2005 / 12 / 30
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Ovation

Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

Ovation by Stephen Minch & Martin A. NashOvation is the card act that, for the last few years, Martin Nash reserved strictly for his use in the Close-Up Room at the Magic Castle. For a long time that was the only place one could witness it. Later he also used it for special occasions in his regular public work. This act was designed to impress and fool not only laymen but magicians and magic-wise laymen as well. Its proof of success is the many strations of seemingly unlimited card skill ever devised. It is not a self-working routine. It will take practice. But the end gives an impression far in excess of its means. Once mastered it...
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