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Genii Magazine: October 2012 (Instant Download) The oldest and most respected magic magazine on the planet. This month's feature is the legend, Max Malini. START READING INSTANTLY PLUS GET A MIGUEL ANGEL GEA COIN MIRACLE.
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Max Malini: Bigger Than Life by David Ben
Scotch and Cigars by David Ben
The Weeping Coin
The Weeping Knife
The Levitation of a Cigar
Magic for The Magic by Joshua Arroyo and Kostya Kimlat
Genii Speaks by Richard Kaufman
On the Slant by Jon Racherbaumer
The Chamber of Secrets 1870 Magic Set by John Gaughan
Magic Man Examiner Vault Blood Transfusion by Chris Kenner and Homer Liwag
Lost Horizons Halloween by Max Maven
Conjuring Your Act in Review by Jim Steinmeyer
Lodestones Deep Fried! by Tom Stone
Light from the Lamp
Books Reviewed by David Britland
Unreal by Bruce Bernstein
The Show Doctor by Jeff McBride
The Nine of Diamonds by Mark Beecham and Neil Stirton
The FFFF Book by Obie OBrien, et al.
Videos Reviewed by Joe M. Turner
Annemanns Practical Mental Effects, Volumes 1, 2, and 3 by Richard Osterlind
Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks by James Went, Liam Montier, Iain Moran, Owen Packard
Lets Go Dutch by Fritz Alkemade
Spare Change by Josh Janousk
Tricks Reviewed by David Regal
Exchange (aka Waynes Exchange) by Wayne Dobson
Clued In by Dick Steiner
Big Revelation (aka Waynes Exchange) by Wayne Dobson
Four Told by Devin Knight
Risky Bet by Henry Evans
Stitched by Alexander Kolle
Sticky by Kevin Schaller and Oliver Smith
Sanchez Fly by David Gabbay
Childsplay by Chris Congreave
Boon Writer/Bug Writer and Holder by Vernet Magic
Spectrum by Wayne Dobson
Spider Pen Pro by Yigal Mesika
GTR (Grand Illusions Thread Reel) by Steve Johnson
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Customer Reviews (showing 1 - 4 of 4)4 of 5 magicians found the following review helpful:
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 27th, 2012
its an amazing trick which takes almost no pratice and will 100% sure amaze people i love it. and i think u should buy at RIGHT now
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 3rd, 2013
For years I have seen descriptions of tricks and read that they first appeared in Genii, so I was looking forward to seeing the magazine. I was disappointed. It contained only one trick (a good one, admittedly). There was a good article about Max Malini, but all the rest was ads.
Not worth the money.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 14th, 2012
You can't do much better than Genii Magazine. It's a great way to stay up to date with what is happening in the world of magic. Of course there are always some great little gems of magic included in every issue too. You just can't beat this for value. And now you get some really great magic taught on a video download. Awesome. This month included a very clever coin effect by Miguel Angel Gea called "Coin Thru". A great version of coin thru glass and coin thru table with no gimmicks and only one coin. Also for you just starting out in coin magic this effect uses minimal sleight of hand instead using subtleties and direction to fool the eye and the mind. Very nice. You just can't go wrong with Genii. Make a wish a wish today. ;)
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