Magic Nook Magic
Wheel of Mis-Fortune
It started in 1913 with Herbert Milton's
Sympathetic Clubs, and has gone through several
variations through Nate Leipzeig, Derek Dingle, and
others. Now Professor Spellbinder has his turn with a
variation of the Sympathetic Cards, no longer limited to
clubs, using hands-on spectator help and free choices,
which not only arranges the cards in a sympathetic
fashion, but also opens a combination lock held by a
spectator. Instead of learning ONE way to perform
sympathetic cards, you learn basic principles which allow
you to perform sympathetic cards in a variety of
different ways, with different outcomes, matching random
events like serial numbers on borrowed banknotes, bingo
ball lotteries, or finding a word on a dictionary page.
The cards can be giant cards (as shown in the photo) or
regular playing cards fresh out of the box. Everything is
covered. If you can't find a method in this e-Book to
perform this trick the way YOU want, you have my Deepest Sympathy.
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