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 Post subject: The Center Tear
PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2003 10:33 pm 
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Can anyone offer advise on where to find a good book or video/ dvd version on the center tear, how it's done, and some applications? I saw Osterlind has either a book or video called "Perfect Center Tear" (?). Any reviews on this or others? Thanks, Al


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I learned it in "A Complete Idiot's Guide To Magic Tricks." That will give you the basics. But that's all I know..


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jamberry wrote:
I learned it in "A Complete Idiot's Guide To Magic Tricks." That will give you the basics. But that's all I know..


Thanks Jamberry, I had forgotten about that book. It was one that a friend gave me when I first got into magic about 6 years ago. I went to my bookshelves and found it to reread and add some forgotten things into my act again. :D

Peter


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Or for some serious insight in the Center tear you could try Annemans "Practical Mental Magic" or Corinda's "13 steps to mental magic"


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There's also quite a bit of material on it in Waters' Mind, Myth & Magick, as well as Baker's Mental Magic (reprinted in The Secret Ways of Al Baker, which is an amazing book). With that said, Osterlind is a master, and you can't go wrong with his booklet.


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Mark Wilsons Complete Course in Magic covers the center tear and TONS of other stuff as well.....


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Yeah Osterlind's method is very good. Im still getting use to it but it is soooo very good:::) The patter is very important also.....


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