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Club 71 - The Magician
The Magician (Club 71): 2007
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Club 71: 1970 - 2007 (all issues)
Magical News and reviews around the world with Geoff Maltby
Eddie Dawes reviews the magazines.
John Rhodes keeps us up to date with who has been doing what and where.
Al Smith suggests some magical consignees to Room 101.
Alan Ward discusses a special form of line art.
Magical diary—put your club on the map.
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Ian Keable and Walt discuss the good professor Hoffman
Alexander Allen adds yet another novel card revelation to the cannon.
Peter Duffie presents an easy to do 'Lie Detector' that cannot fail, and which, with good management, allows the spectator to handle the cards for the whole trick.
Max Maven moves on to a variation of his effect in the last issue. The four aces are used for a couple of preliminary tricks to see if they are up to the task of locating a selected card. They are; and they do.
Stephen Tucker and Andrew Hawkes continue the theme they began in November.
Ian Adair has a business-packed routine about jockeys in search of a horse.
Peter D'Arcy discusses running Children's parties
Ali Cardabra employs an old optical illusion to produce a coin in a new way.
Ian Adair has devised a new style book test using highlighter pens.
Werner Miller offers two versions of an ÈSP coincidence where the performer and a spectator finish up holding the same symbol.
A clever Jumbo prediction by Ian Adair
Barrie Richardson has developed a new method of billet reading, which is devilish in its ingenuity and simplicity. For mentalists, this will be the plum item of the whole issue.
Malcolm Yaffe shares a superb routine combining the production of liquid with a lévitation. Straight out of his professional show. This is a real gem and surety is not to be missed.
News and what's on in the world of magic with Geoff
Walt Lees TV or not TV Magic on and off the Telly
Al Smith muses on why audiences can be so impatient sometimes and not others.
John Rhodes keeps us abreast of who has been doing what.
Magical Societies what where and when
JJ's Wagon and fishing line & beermats!
A sneak preview of next issue
Barrie Richardson explains the memory system he has developed to enable him to determine which cards have been removed from a shuffled pack.
Steve Jones with Droodlesp
Ali Cardabra will be tying himself and everyone else in knots.
Ian Adair's ever fertile mind has come up with three more commercial and entertaining paper-tearing presentations.
A Tales of two cities with James Ward
Ian Adair paddles into a novel variation of the classic Elusive Rabbits.
Alan Ward explains his presentation of a silly sausage to make you think. Not magic but something different for your children's shows.
Ian Adair produces a Happy Birthday message on the screen of an obviously non-electronic computer.
Peter d'Arcy completes his series with some more fun and games.
Peter Kane's best coincidence
The Full Monte by Tom Batchelor
Peter Duffie presents a pseudo gambling-explanation in which four completely blank cards transpose with four kings that are in your wallet.
Walt Lees is missing a card
Stephen Tucker submits Vic Bridle's take on the "T of S" prediction that he has been pursuing of late.
Werner Miller has two placed back into the pack, the other one not. The first is located and the second named. Not one, but three methods are described.
Geoff with news on the current magical scene
Steve Jones recounts amusing things children have said during his shows.
Malcolm Yaffe announces that he is giving up card tricks
Eddie Dawes surveys his Collector's Corner and some novel Christmas cards
John Rhodes filling his regular spot with magical news and comment from the lay press.
Have your say on our letters page
Walt Lees reviews a book that has not been on the Telly
JJ and friends
Kennedy's magical dictionary
Steve Zudeck's puzzle
Al Smith Through his window
Steve Jones presents the oddly titled A Tease of S!
Peter Duffie says: "It's in the stars!" as from a packet of cards, two spectators each remember one by a free choice. After allowing them to test their psychic powers, he divines both choices.
Peter Kane describes some ingenious faro faradiddling.
Werner Miller has a joker sandwiched between two face-up jacks on top of a packet. After a shuffle, a previously selected card is found sandwiched between the jacks, and the joker is on the bottom.
Alan Ward goes every step
matches 3 cards
Ali Cardabra gambles with cards and dice
Ian Adair's Floppy Flower Show, a fun-filled Just Chance, angled towards the young.
Ian Adair introduces a mystery involving a children's card game, he also offers a paddle trick aimed at the same age group and a floppy flower show!
Tom Batchelor is into spinning coins and gives several methods as well as a couple of ideas using this principle.
Barrie Richardson comes up with yet another ingenious way of peeking messages written on a folded billet.
Alan Ward explains that gambling is sweet F.A.
Ron Chatbum with a wordy prediction
Steve Jones calls a magician a liar, and proves it!
Steve Zudeck challenges us with another of his magical jumble puzzles
News roundup with Geoff
Eddie Dawes collects his thoughts. Auctions and books come within his purview.
John Rhodes keeps us up to date on who is in the lay news and why.
Kennedy Smith's humorous "dictionary" reaches the letter C.
Alan Ward suggests that there really might be such a thing as real magic.
JJ with a curious tale of being in an unexpected place at an unexpected time by an unsuspecting magician.
Walt looks at magic on the Television and on (or in) the tested printed page
Steve Zudeck compiles another Magic Jumble Code.
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Put your society on the magical map right here.
Al Smith mumbles about pocket magical close-uppers.
Ian Adair updates the classic Wipe-out Card Revelation from Tarbell to use modern props in a stand-up performing situation.
Tom Batchelor gives us the Prince Charles Card Trick.
Peter Duffie says it is as Easy as ABC. A routine in which you and a spectator join forces to reveal how many red and black cards a second spectator holds.
Werner Miller offers his variant on
Gemini Twins effect.
Peter Kane's Faro Five
Malcolm Yaffe generously describes his cherished Dark Arts Box
Ian Adair offers us his Passe Passe Paddles effect.
Ali Cardabra works creatively with elastic bands and a borrowed ring to create Bandoff Ring
Ron Chatburn has given Steve Zudeck's 'A Journey through Britannia' (from the November 2006 issue) an international flavour with his United Nations.
Barrie Richardson finally releases a superb demonstration of mind control, which has been a favourite of his for many years. Barrie at his best, and regular readers know how good that is!
Vic Bridle's Droodlegate
James Ward's delayed effect stand-up
Ian Adair narrates the romantic story of Mr Blue and Miss Pink.
All of the latest magical news and doings compiled for you by Geoff
Journal Review conducted by Eddie Dawes
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Magical Diary, put your club or society on the magical map
Kennedy Smith's amusing magical dictionary continues
Alan Ward speculates on the magical possibilities of smoke rings
Steve Zudeck sets another of his fiendish puzzles
Walt Lees reviews TV and books in TV or not TV
John Rhodes with all the magic news from the lay press
Sneak preview of the next issue
Tom Batchelor explains his approach to the legendary Centre Deal
Malcolm Yaffe offers 'Strip Teaser'
Peter Duffie gives one of his solutions to the so-called Hofzinser Card Problem
Peter Kane's Lazy Gambler is a highly entertaining piece of visual card chicanery
Wemer Miller has his own take on Peter Duffle's Free Will
Stephen Tucker offers an effect devised in conjunction with Andrew Hawkes
Gift Box prediction from Ali Cardabra
IQWORD by Steve Jones
Ian Adair with three items. First is a silk and wand effect, second has a musical Happy Birthday theme. Finally some funny bunny business with a live rabbit
Barrie Richardson reveals the workings of his Mesmer's Pencil, an effect which has fooled some of magic's leading practitioners
Ron Chatburn takes us on a grand world tour, using place names in an interesting experiment
James Ward offers his version of the classic Ted Danson Diary effect
Nu Spell-a-die from Arun Bonerjee
Geoff brings to you all of the latest news from the magical bush telegraph
Annual Competition the results and winners declared
Eddie Dawes escorte us around this year's Magic Collectors Association's Weekends Chicago
Kennedy Smith's sleightly tongue in cheek magical dictionary reaches the letter D
Eddie Dawes explains just what you missed in the rest of the magical press .
Steve Zudeck has another of his ingenious Magical Jumble Codes for you to solve.
Geoff has set a magic word Suduko puzzle for you to solve
Malcolm Yaffe and glitches
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What, where & when, your Society is on the Magical Map
Alan Ward's knowledge of science provides an ingenious way to make water apparently defy gravity.
Ian Adair offers his Drop Dead paper tear with a patter story of unrequited love. He also suggests an improvement on the age-old Silk Pedestal prop.
Ali Cardabra comes up with a stunningly visual, up to date card revelation using your mobile phone!
Three Blind Mates by Watt Lees
Ian Adair uses a steel tape measure as a very funny way to find a chosen card.
Peter Duffie sharpens a short sharp shock with his updated variation of the colour-changing pack.
Peter Kane has a faroised version of R. W. Hull's classic Card Puzzle effect
Tom Batchelor discloses his method of switching a five-card poker hand during piay.
Werner Miller makes three predictions, all of which seem weak... until the final surprise revelation!
Ian Adair combines a silk Blendo with a surprise rabbit production in a startling piece of magic.
Barrie Richardson with an extremely effective cabaret method for performing a Living & Dead Test
Arun Bonerjee presents his ingenious Month of Birth
Walt Lee's review column
Geoff Maltby with all the latest Magical News from around the world
Eddie Dawes brings all the latest from the collecting world.
Henrique with more from his world
Malcolm Yaffe considers magical comedy
John Rhodes keeps us up to date with who's in the lay news.
Kennedy Smith's dictionary reaches the letter F.
Alan Ward releases another curiosity from his files.
Peter Duffie offers an effect where you openly reverse any card in a shuffled pack. A spectator now freely selects any card and loses it in the middle of the pack. Your reversed card locates the selection.
Peter Kane explains a startling visual change of a selected card into a banknote.
Werner Miller shows how, from an ESP pack with varicoloured symbol sets all five symbols of one set are filtered out by spelling.
Barrie Richardson recounts the stranger's trick and tells you how to do it. A real fooler which will make people wonder if you really are in league with the Devil.
James Ward gives a demonstration of transmitting a real card by email.
Ali Cardabra has a really unique coins across.
Steve Jones proffers a card effect with the unlikely title of Westminster Abbey!
Walt Lees offers George's trick
Walt offers his very own sixty second deal
Ian Adair describes two versions of a fishy paper tear with a red herring. He also offers a clever tip with a bottomless glass and, for good measure, a see-through Massai Tube.
Aran Bonerjee presents New Era Esp
James Ward offers Mind Mate
James Wardle's Initial Success
Jim Breedon turns rags to riches
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