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Routines using the extra object principle.
Three small objects are shown, two are placed into the left hand and the third one into a pocket. On opening the left hand, not two but THREE objects are seen. This is repeated a few times, the effect becoming more bewildering as the routine proceeds. In some versions, the objects eventually vanish or are transformed into something different.
From this basic theme, a whole range of tricks has been evolved, the objects employed being almost anything of such a size that can be concealed in the hands.
This was part of the famous Ganson Teach-In series originally published by Supreme Magic Inc. Rights are now owned by Martin Breese whom we thank for the kind permission to reproduce this booklet.
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1st edition 1979, original 34 pages, PDF 42 pages.
word count: 10837 which is equivalent to 43 standard pages of text
- The Extra Ball Principle in Practice
- - THE MOVES
- The Climax
- How Many?
- - FALSE TRANSFER FROM ONE HAND TO THE OTHER
- The Hand over Hand Move
- Solid Dust
- Sweet Trick
- Back Again — Eddie Joseph
- The Magic Ring — Gerald Kosky
- - THE BASIC MOVE
- - THE ROUTINE
- Coke Capers
- A Routine for Coke Capers — Ken de Courcy
- Other Routines