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He’s probably getting about 25 done a day. Anyway, I love the book. Cut Control To Palm. You make me sick! So, it’s hard to say. Power Poker type, no bottom deals, spectator always gets Royal Flush.
Card guys will love going through it again and again and again. All book printers have a clause in their contracts that they are allowed to print over or under by 10 percent. My point in bringing this up is loragne Dominion has in the past made slipcases that did not fit.
At least that’s my plan. Negative review or not, I’m still glad I ordered my copy. Back to my book! I have hardly read the whole thing, yet. And there aren’t that many “outs” at that point.
Personal Collection by Harry Lorayne
I believe a customer in Pennsylvania has also received his copy–and he’s not the editor of Genii! My Cup of Tea. Inspired by Royal Crossing Harry Lorayne And three more videos. Divide For A Spell. Spur of the Moment. It would be a good spot for him to unload some of the books.
He could also have ended up with only books, and those missing 75 copies could add up to a lot of money! However, its hard to imagine personak more prized poessesion in his repertoire than the MES routine. Inspired by Paul Gordon effect.
Which is collectiin than i can say for most of the books coming out these hadry. The Amazing Court-Card Trick. The original printed book was a Limited Edition of only signed copies. Lorayne is known for his personal, almost conversational writing style. Down Under Deals by Andrew Wimhurst. I’ve spent most of the last 48 hours looking over the book and do find it to be valuable to me.
Ace of Spades riffle stacked one card down at a time, then rises back to top. Lorayne and it is a limited print run of copies, each one signed and in a slipcase. Curry is wonderful stuff and I recommend that everyone that is sufering from Lorayngitis to take in huge helpings of Curry.
Having written and marketed just two books myself in the past couple of years, Lorayne’s output over the decades is staggering to me. Given his years in the business, his vast knowledge, and his access to people with comprehensive understanding of the literature of card magic, I was very disappointed with Mr. And as far as the tricks that were printed in Genii, well no offense, but I hope the book contains better!
Harry never said in the ads that the books would be numbered. I secure a break two cards down i. There just aren’t many things that can compare for me to getting a brand new Harry Lorayne book. These were numbered and told to be a limited edition of 1, copies, numbers one through are deluxe editions. Lorayne’s lack of acknowledgement for some of the sleights and routines in this book.
Walkinoats, the Edwards book was just not my cup of tea. Mnemosyne by Vincent Hedan.
Inspired by Double Take Harry Lorayne The effect “Special Bonus” item near the end of the book was developed by Harry and close friend Harvey Cohen no relation!
There are gambling demonstrations and impossible locations. If you could see the big ear to ear grin on my face, you’d know. I’m sure Doug does the magic well, but again, I’ve been pruning my book collection. A Couple of Pages. Lorayne completely describes Daryl’s “Diamond Bar” which originally appeared in Richard’s Almanac process for apparently distributing Aces among packets-with no mention of Daryl’s name or the title of Daryl’s process.
It suggests that he cares sort of deeply about crediting. Cull Down Variation to back instead of bottom, jog and strip out.
As a side note, a fellow named Todd posted a review of “Personal Collection” in a new thread here on the forum, but I felt the approach he took was a bit less erudite than I’d like to see here, so I deleted the post and asked him to rewrite the review in a way that wouldn’t alienate some of our readers, then repost it in this thread as suggested by Dave Prouty–let’s try to keep all lirayne Lorayne stuff in THIS thread.