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Ingenuities - Ken Krenzel

by Minch, Steven

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: Book
Publisher: Hermetic Press
Publication Summary: 1997, 210 pgs
Format: Hardbound

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From Hermetic Press. Ken Krenzel, long known as a leading exponent of expert sleight of hand with cards, serves up a bountiful table of pasteboard astonishment, featuring lots of visual magic and baffling happenings with cards, coins - and a pencil. This is a quality hardcover book containing 224 pages of exquisite magic, enhanced by 213 Kelly Lyles illustrations. Included are; Any Card Appears at Any Number, a one-man method; 2 Sure-fire Card Forces Done with the Deck Held in its Case; Copper-Silver Transposition While Both Ungimmicked Coins are in a Spectator's Possession; Stabbing to a Freely Named Card in a Spectator Shuffled and Wrapped Deck; Slow-motion 3-card Monte Moves ... AND MUCH MORE. A total of 34 innovative tricks, routines and sleights.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: F9mHTl8Ne65356O


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Andini
I have asked quite a few people if they own this book and many of them, surprisingly said no. I bought it only because Guy Hollingworth's book had gone out of print. I would never had bought it had it been for this. I had seen the book advertised before and I had some interest. I have seen one of Ken's videos before and was very impressed with it so I figured I'd buy it and hope for the best.

Unfortunately, the best did not come at first. I leafed through it and was VERY disappointed. The material wasn't very good. Some of the problem could have been that, I was held down by the difficulty.

I put the book on my shelf and it sat there for a month. I took it down once again to bring with me on a car ride to Wisconsin. I began to read with fascination. This was good stuff. I will warn you, the material in this book is not easy. It will take time. Some of it will take time to master the moves, others will take time to memorize the patter or sequence of events.

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