(4 reviews, 6 customer ratings) ★★★★★
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It is a long time since Simon Aronson rocked the magic world with "Shuffle-Bored". Variations by Harry Lorayne "Equaliser", Aldo Colombini "Pre-Deck-Ability", Ali Bongo, John Bannon "Wait Until Dark" followed.
At first glance, Carbon Footprints may seem the same as some the above-mentioned concepts. It isn't! And, to make sure - Paul checked with Simon Aronson himself. He agreed.
With contributions by Joe Rindfleisch and Jon Racherbaumer.
1st edition 2008, 38 pages.
Table of Contents
word count: 7144 which is equivalent to 28 standard pages of text
- The Basic Concept (Gordon)
- A Very Royal Flush (Gordon)
- Impromptu Startler (Gordon)
- Impromptu Startler II (Gordon)
- Impromptu Startler With Selection (Gordon)
- Unusual-Method Oil & Water (Gordon)
- Helter-Skelter Poker (Racherbaumer)
- Read & Black (Rindfleisch)
- Odd & Even (Rindfleisch)
- The Straddle Faro
- Final Thoughts
- Bonus Routine: Blow The Roof-Off Magician-Fooler (Gordon)
Reviewed by Stan Glassman
★★★★★ Date Added: Monday 30 December, 2013
Carbon Footprints is a great concept. Easy but packs a punch. If you like clever concepts - ones you can use - you will like this. Stan
Reviewed by Pete Barnyard
★★★★★ Date Added: Sunday 15 December, 2013
It was the great Roger Crosthwaite who urged me to check this book out. Roger is known for heavy sleight of hand but is also a sneaky one who fries magicians with easy-but-strong magic. He fried me and many others at The Magic Circle in London with Paul's great concept. F-R-I-E-D badly! It's a getter.
Reviewed by Peter Simonson
★★★★★ Date Added: Thursday 12 December, 2013
Again, Paul Gordon (with Jon Racherbaumber and Joe Rindfleisch) has released a wonderful concept. It's maths based but it's all worker magic. I'm a professional out of Boston and I use this at my bar. Go get it. It's eye popping.
Reviewed by Tom Tyler
★★★★★ Date Added: Wednesday 11 December, 2013
I thought I'd post comments because although I don't yet have the pdf, I do have the original booklet. I still use three of the tricks in Carbon Footprints; one from Jon Racherbaumber and two from Mr. Gordon. It's simply powerful workable material. Easy to do, but strong on impact. If you liked Aronson's shuffleboard, you will LOVE this. Highly recommended. TT