Scotland Up Close

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18 contributors offering 26 Routines, including 110 Photos! Here is the lineup: Roy Walton, Gordon Bruce, Dave Robertson, Gavin Ross, David Walsh, Peter McLanachan, Steve Hamilton, Richard James, Gary Middleton, R. Paul Wilson, George McBride, Peter Duffie, Iain Girdwood, Scotty Johnston, David Forrest, Euan Bingham, Jim Boyd, Val Le-Val.

20 of these tricks have never been in print before!

1st edition, 2005; 80 pages.

Autograph Hunter: Roy causes a spectator's signature to jump from one card to anther. You'll love this!

The Hands of a Surgeon: Gordon compels an unwitting spectator to cut to the four Aces. It's not often Gordon publishes material, so this is a real treat.

The ESP Shuffle: In this first routine, Gavin creates an incredible coincidence with an ESP deck despite the cards being mixed by a spectator.

Hot Flush: In this 2nd routine, a randomly cut deck results in a Royal Flush in Spades!

Justice is Mine: Jim explains how he deals from the Bottom - then he fools you!

Hofzinser 2001: Peter revisits the Hofzinser Ace Problem and dispenses with the deck, using only four Queens and a freely selected card.

A Hobbit's Tale: In this 1st routine, Euan vanishes the black Aces. When he tries to produce them again he finds the black Queens instead! This is no problem because the Queens suddenly change into the missing Aces. The black Queens are now found reversed in the middle of the deck.

Phantom Aces: In this one, Euan causes Four aces to magically pass from inside a wallet to a deck of cards; he then makes the Aces travel from the deck back into the wallet.

Diamond Snatch: Gary makes the four Kings magically rise to the top of the pack, one by one, in search of a Diamond haul - the last King finds it!

King for a Day: Gary loves the Hofzinser Ace problem; especially when the rest of the cards change to the mates of the selection. And this is precisely what happens here!

Captives of the Cranium: We have 3 great routines from George! The 1st effect is an impossible card discovery where one spectator helps find another spectator's card.

Stebbins Prediction: A terrific prediction effect where you will also admire the ingenius methodology!

Veeser Meets Steranko: A spectator cuts the deck and finds the four Aces. Just like that!

Thanks to Collins: A professional mind-bender from the late Steve Hamilton. Clever stuff.

Big bank Hunt: A sandwich trick that fooled the a**e off me!

Stranger: Richard uses two Kings to cause the back of a freely selected card to change colour, then it changes back to normal again. You'll love the simple direct method here.

Total Recall: Iain memorises the colour order of a deck of cards after it has been shuffled by a spectator. 100% every time. Combining a system with a principle, you really do memorise the cards!

New Wave Oil & Water: Val's lovely Oil & Water routine using cards with O & W printed on them. So easy, yet so effective.

Walkaround: David tips his full walk-around card routine - a lot happens! Ambitious Card / Repeat Card to Pocket / Deck to Pocket / Card in Wallet. A 4 minute entertainment.

Eight of Two Kings: David presents a showy production of Four Kings and the Four Aces appear as a stunning kicker!

Skinned: A selected card appears folded inside a packet of cigarette a flash!

Finishing Touch: Peter (that's me) allows a spectator to choose any four cards at random - then he changes them visibly into four-of-a-kind as they are dealt to the table - or onto a spectator's hand!

52 Minus 1: A demonstration of psychic powers where only the audience touch the deck.

Thinking Cap: Paul lets a spectator just think of a card, then he finds it - no set-ups, and no difficult sleights!

ConCam Cards: Paul's rendition of the classic Cards Across. Three cards travel from one packet to another, despite both packets being enclosed inside envelopes. No Palming! But if you like Palming, Paul offers a method with that, too.

L.K.D. Monte: Dave places a Queen between the two red Aces. So, the Queen is in the middle? No it's not. An easy and deceptive move that will enhance any 3-Card Monte routine.