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Professional Impromptu

by Paul A. Lelekis
#1 Magic & Conjuring author
#2 Cards author
$12

(1 review, 1 customer rating) ★★★★★

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Professional Impromptu by Paul A. Lelekis

This e-book addresses impromptu magic that can be performed anywhere - cards, coins, cups, and ESP. Includes three videos and many photos, explaining everything. These effects are not the typical long-winded, counting, confusing, multiple-packet effects that many young people "teach" on YouTube and claim that they're professional routines...they are not. The routines within, are interactive and visually pleasing. 10 professional impromptu effects are included - most are magician-foolers.

Effects included:

  • Rainbow Match
  • Cup thru Table
  • Easy Triumph
  • Four-Way Coincidence
  • A Principal Principle
  • Fickle Coin Routine
  • Nu-Way Poker Mental
  • Oral Production
  • A Prophetic Move
  • Packet Prediction (Nick Trost effect)
  • BONUS: An explanation of Paul's effect, by a math Professor: The Trick That Can't Be Explained - you gotta see this.

1st edition 2022, PDF 31 pages + 3 videos
word count: 9477 which is equivalent to 37 standard pages of text

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Reviewed by Christopher Weber
★★★★★   Date Added: Sunday 18 December, 2022

Paul Lelekis has graciously given me a copy of his new ebook "Professional Impromptu" for me to share my opinion. I have had an interest in magic for over 50 years and I enjoy close-up magic as my primary interest. I am not a professional performer by any means. I consider myself an amateur/hobbyist with a solid overall knowledge of close-up magic and magicians. Most of the performing that I have done has been for fun social events for friends and family and I frequently did little performances for my music students throughout my career as a public school music teacher. This is an excellent collection of no setup or very little setup card tricks to perform at any time, even with a borrowed deck of cards. The routines use subtle moves and principles rather than difficult sleight of hand to produce entertaining card effects that can be performed at a moment’s notice. All are impromptu and designed to pack the maximum amount of magical punch with the least amount of sleight-of-hand skill on your part. Poker, Mental discoveries, Spelling effects, Amazing Coincidences. Some of my favorites include Rainbow Match, Four Way Coincidence, A Principal Principle which is a wonderful adaption of a classic principle of self-working impromptu card magic, and if you are into algebra and interesting explanations and analyzing the general theory of a trick, you will enjoy Paul’s The Trick That Can’t Be Explained- or Can It? I highly recommend you give these wonderful effects a try. I hope you get as much enjoyment out of this collection as I have.