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Pocket Power

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Pocket Power by Jarle Leirpoll

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Jarle Leirpoll is one of Norway's leading Stand-Up and Close-Up performers. He received the Norwegian magician of the year award in 1998. You will find effective and deceptive ways to switch, ditch and steal - using only the normal pockets and occasionally a Topit. Several original routines and lots of techniques and ideas are explained in detail, including more than one hundred illustrations. On top of that four video clips are embedded in the ebook which show 5 effects. The chapter about Choreographic Misdirection has been significantly increased over the paper version of this book from 1995.

My favorite is his bill switch without any gimmick. This is the kind of professional thinking one rarely finds - eliminate the unnecessary leaving the effect as strong as before. Very clean! I am going to practice this myself.

1st edition, 1995, Jarle Leirpoll, ISBN 82-993648-0-9
1st electronic edition in HTML, 2001, Lybrary.com
2nd electronic edition in PDF, 2006, Lybrary.com; 70 pages.

  1. Dedication
  2. Foreword
  3. Introduction

  4. Toilet Paper To Egg
  5. The bold switch (fig. 1)
  6. The Tamariz switch (fig. 2)

  7. Coke From Shoe
  8. Stealing the Coke
  9. Loading the Coke into the shoe

  10. Palming Cards
  11. The Bottom Palm
  12. Cover for the Bottom Palm
  13. The One-Handed Top Palm
  14. Cover for the One-Handed Top Palm
  15. The "Pull Up the Sleeves" Bottom Palm

  16. Norwegian Travellers
  17. Controlling the cards to the top
  18. The Hofzinser Spread Control
  19. The Topit Drop
  20. The Empty Hand
  21. The last card
  22. Alternative ending
  23. Killing time
  24. Gags as misdirection
  25. If at first you don't succeed

  26. Card In Shoe
  27. Folding the card
  28. Creating the illusion
  29. Cleaning up

  30. No Gimmick Bill Change
  31. Displaying the bill
  32. Folding the bill
  33. Displaying the new bill
  34. Cleaning up

  35. The Perfect Out
  36. The Card to Pocket Move

  37. Stealing
  38. From the side pocket
  39. From the side pocket, another method
  40. From the waistband
  41. The "simplest" steal of them all
  42. Scooping
  43. The Thumb Clip
  44. Straightening the jacket

  45. The Almost Ultimate Newspaper Trick
  46. Preparation
  47. Performance
  48. Tearing the paper
  49. The restoration
  50. Cleaning up

  51. Tips And Techniques
  52. Take out something else first
  53. Impromptu card holder
  54. Handkerchief
  55. The breast pocket
  56. Objects inside objects
  57. Deck switch
  58. Angle proofing
  59. Into the sleeves
  60. Post-It magic
  61. Velcro magic
  62. Sound FX convincer
  63. Magnets
  64. A tip on ditching
  65. The vanishing Gimmick

  66. Good Enough for TV

  67. Drama
  68. The Premise
  69. Kill your Darlings
  70. Forward Movement
  71. Pang, puff, puff, BANG!
  72. Eliminating Dead Time
  73. Parallel Action
  74. Energy
  75. The Dilemma of Magic
  76. The Art of Suggestion
  77. Play it Big
  78. Timing
  79. Aim at the Heart

  80. Choreographic Misdirection
  81. What is Choreographic Misdirection?
  82. Point of Interest
  83. Norwegian Travelers - the second card
  84. Eye Scan
  85. The Bottom Palm
  86. Naturalness
  87. Gags as Misdirection
  88. Establishing a norm
  89. Your own body language
  90. Conditioning for misdirection
  91. Don't forget the palming Hand
  92. The Off-Beat
  93. Speed attracts the eye
  94. Simultaneous Actions
  95. Misdirection on TV
  96. Practice Misdirection
  97. Final words

  98. Confidence
  99. Practice
  100. The brain learns how to be effective
  101. Bombing
  102. Hakuna Matata
  103. Wireless Microphones
  104. The Transmitter Pocket
  105. The Microphone Stand
  106. Applause
  107. You can't always be confident

  108. Video Evaluation

  109. Magic on TV
  110. Beyond the Ordinary
  111. It's a Battlefield
  112. Everyone wants it to be good
  113. Know the Language
  114. Everything can be Big on TV
  115. Be Prepared

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