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From the Foreword
When the manuscript arrived from Denmark, Edwin asked me to look through it and give him an opinion. I was intrigued when I read it; whilst the moves appeared to be based on the old "Cups and Corks", Leo had added tremendous impact to it by the introduction of COLOUR. The whole routine seemed to 'live', and there's not a single sleight involved.
Admittedly, the 'Cups and Balls' has been done before in colour, but not with the clean simplicity of the present routine. So rake out that set of cups you have in the cupboard (or nip out and buy three plastic beakers), obtain a few sheets of coloured tissue and give it a little practice. With the minimum effort you'll have a most entertaining routine.
Ken de Courcy
1st digital edition 2013, 7 pages.word count: 1168 which is equivalent to 4 standard pages of text