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The English magazine CLUB 71 ran from 1970 to 2007 and was produced by Geoff Maltby the owner of Repro Magic. For most of the time Walt Lees was the editor.
Contributors include: Max Maven, Peter Duffie, Patrick Page, Al Smith, Angelo Carbone, Ian Rowland, Werner Miller, Peter Kane, Paul Hallas, Stephen Tucker, Ali Bongo and many more. The subjects discussed span everything from mentalism and cards, to magic for children and close-up.
FINALE (Brian Davies): A card is selected (face unseen) from a red-backed deck and retained by a spectator. A number is chosen and counted in a blue-backed deck. The two cards match!
THE POWER OF SUGGESTION (Barrie Richardson): A ring is placed around the neck of a Coca Cola bottle. The ring is removed, vanished and it appears back on the neck of the bottle!
DOMINO TELEPATHY (Anonimous): All the domino pieces are put together in line. You devine the spots at each end of the chain. A classic!
COLOR CROSSER (Max Maven): A series of stunning effects using just a packet of cards! SCAT (Sebastian Cody): Here you have a packet routine, which combines elements of 'Twisting the Aces,' 'The Six Card Repeat,' 'Wild Card' and Alex Elmsley's 'Four Card Trick!'
OPTICAL DELUSIONS (Sebastian Cody): To an appropriate story, three cards with colored circles on the front undergo a variety of changes!
THE P.K. KEY (Nico Thelman): A key is handed around for examination. It is attached to a string which is hung around the neck of a spectator. The key acquires a corkscrew like twist. The key may be examined!
EVEN FURTHER THAN FURTHER THAN THAT (Cushing Strout): A funny version of the classic trick with several climaxes including a lie detector test!
CHINESE CHOUSE (Sebastian Cody): Four cards bearing question marks, reveal the name of a selected card. Funny routine!
QUICK KNOT THAT'S NOT (Angelo Carbone): You clearly tie a knot on a rope and the knot disappears while you pull the rope!
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