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The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 1, Issue 6 (Jun - Jul 2012)
by Solyl Kundu


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The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 1, Issue 6 (Jun - Jul 2012) by Solyl Kundu

This sixth and last issue of Volume 1 of The Gimmick MagiZette is yet another smorgasbord of magical omnium-gatherum contributed by eminent artistes of the Art of Magic from US, UK and from India...

  • A few words from Solyl are musings from the editor that one should read.
  • Past Glory of India - covers picturesque life of The Great Devkumar in this issue.
  • Crossword Puzzle – an alphanumeric magic puzzle is this time that will make you crazy. In addition, solution to last issue's puzzle.
  • MagiXposed – this section explains five effects covering all sorts from close-up to conjuring…
    1. Fruits for you by Kakinada Sreenivas are a twist on a close up caper that you will appreciate.
    2. Two-shuffle deal by Aldo Colombini is a captivating card caper – a great one, you will admit.
    3. Comedy Sandwich by Sukesh Patnaik is not just another sandwich card effect, rather offbeat one with surpassing climax!
    4. Some thoughts on Out of this World by Guy Townsend is not just a card effect rather a research work on Paul Curry's OOTH - Brilliant!
    5. Anti-Gravity Bottle by Gora Datta is his way of staging a classic effect – very ingenious!
      1. Event Extraordinaire by Magician Jammu is a part of his lecture/demo where he has explained two of his fine math-e-magic you' have to appreciate.
      2. News & Views – gives you ample idea of what is happening in this part of the world – colorful authentic reports.
      3. In addition, Top Tips by Ian Adair, a nice poem REAL MAGIC by Heidi I. Larsenon on magic. In addition, 13 mystic facts about magical personality ALI BONGO is an interesting feature!
Do yourself a favor – please do not miss your copy. Editor: Salil Kumar "Solyl" Kundu. E-mail: [email protected] and [email protected]

62 pages
word count: 14510 which is equivalent to 58 standard pages of text