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Effervescent Effects

by Julius Hopkins
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Effervescent Effects by Julius Hopkins

Here's a book that belongs on every magician's digital shelf. Inside you'll find 48 effects, tips and suggestions for close-up and club performers.

One of our favorites is the "Ring and Balloon Problem," as we can see it being used to win bar bets. Especially if you use an engagement or wedding patter story with your spectator. "Dollar Discernment" is also exceptionally clever as a mental test. We believe entertainers will make great use of it for those situations where they are asked to perform and have no props with them. Good stuff.

Here's a look at what's included:

  • Preface
  • The Magician's Mistake
  • Astonishing Prediction
  • Color Perception
  • Kings and Queens
  • Billfold Mystery
  • Reds and Blacks
  • Three Trick Routine with a Svengali Deck
  • Houdini Card Climax
  • Telepathic Revelation
  • Balanced Cards
  • Black Hand
  • The Hopkins Drop
  • Coin Thru Hand
  • Coin to Quarter
  • Coin Vanish from Hank
  • Two Coins to One
  • Coin Vanish from Paper Square
  • My Double-Headed Quarter
  • Ring on Shoelace
  • Ring through Rope
  • Ring through Rubber Band
  • Ring through Silk
  • Ring through Card
  • Ring and Balloon Problem
  • Finger-Ring
  • Ethereal Silk
  • Do Your Eyes Deceive You?
  • The Invisible Ball
  • Poker Chip Transposition
  • Magical Mailbox
  • Balloon Bewilderment
  • Curious Combs
  • The Onion Detector
  • Surprise Appearing Wand
  • Hindu Rise
  • Hindu Shuffle Gag
  • Cut and Restored Rubber Band
  • Paper Weight
  • Passe-Passe Bottle and Glass Routine
  • Dollar Discernment
  • Book-Silk Change
  • My Blok-Kord Presentation
  • Loops to Knots
  • Rope Release
  • Big Silk from Little Hat
  • Rope Stretch
  • Rope through Body
  • The Odd Hanger
  • About the Author
"We liked it! This is the sort of book welcomed by most magicians. A variety of subjects, close-up and stage effects, tips, ideas, routines and suggestions. It is always good to learn what the other fellow does and to add some of his thoughts to your own chicanery." - Tops magazine review.
1st edition 1962; 1st digital edition 2017, 63 pages.
word count: 15636 which is equivalent to 62 standard pages of text

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