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Kollectors Revisited

by Andrew Loh

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Kollectors Revisited by Andrew Loh
This is one of Andrew's favourite routines. He has been performing Kollectors Revisited for many years in his act and he regards this effect as his pet routine.

This effect plays big and best of all, it's impromptu and can be performed with a borrowed deck.

In addition, if you are going to perform card magic that has great impact to layman, this effect is for you. This effect involves three freely selected cards and they can be signed. You cause their signed selections to vanish into thin air and magically, the selections appear in a very magical manner.

This e-book is not suitable for beginners. While all the moves are explained clearly but some previous card handling experience is preferable.

Skill Level: 3-4 (Intermediate)


This is a very good routine. I like all the phases. - Peter Duffie

It truly is a wonderful routine! - Harvey Rosenthal

This is one of Andrew's best! A really nice routine! - Cameron Francis

This is a super commercial effect from Andrew. I have nailed 2/2 so far and am looking forward to adding this to my working repertoire! - David Gemmell

This is Andrew's take on one of my favorite plots. The most interesting part of the trick is when the selections disappear, almost in a flash and you clearly deal the Aces one by one on the table. This is more for the average magician rather than the beginner but all the moves are well explained. Nonetheless, this is the easiest version of this particular plot I know. It's a quick piece of magic, impromptu and you end clean. I recommend it. - Raphael Czaja

1st edition 2010; 7 pages; 11 illustrations.
word count: 1439 which is equivalent to 5 standard pages of text

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