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Personal Collection

There are many great items in the book and I find the binding of the book to be of high quality as well. Lorayne has offered an almost non-stop variety of card material to our community.

It would be a good spot for him to unload some of the books. Inspired by Mathematical Affinity Harry Lorayne My copy of Personal Collection finally came in the mail today! Send him a letter and ask him! Know what I mean Jon?

I can tell you that he hasn’t changed one bit over those years. Most of them anyway.

I performed the M-E-S routine for my girlfriend last night. Variations Magic Jacks Harry Lorayne collection, Mate Finger Via Take Five. Gotta find someone to try it out on I love working on a new routine, it gives me a goal to work towards. I’d have gladly paid the same amount or more, for that routine alone.

The four tricks we printed in the November issue of Genii appear to be fairly representative of the contents. Mine didn’t harey till Thursday. Given his years in the business, his vast knowledge, and his access to people with comprehensive understanding of the literature of card magic, I was very disappointed with Mr.


Inspired by Beyond Belief Harry Lorayne Todd also made a comment about the size of the slipcase in which “Personal Collection” comes.

I know this haery it was related to me that the first batch they made for “Personal Collection” did NOT fit, and all slipcases had to be made a second time.

Personal Collection by Harry Lorayne

Today is a wonderful day! A smart slap, and she’s left holding the selected card. Paul Cummins wrote a pretty positive review for the December issue of Genii. Four-Sight By Syd Bergson.

Personal Collection

Hmmmm Normally I would recommend tea with lemon and lots of honey. Personal Collection, aside from what I perceived to be a lack of effort with regard to crediting, is a great personl with wonderful variety of fun, workable material. Divide For A Spell.

Lorayne’s lack of acknowledgement for some of the sleights and routines in this book. Since there has been so much discussion and interest in the title here on the forum, I’ve decided to post the review. Some of the presentational applications of Marlo’s Incomplete Faro Control, found here in a section on the “Unique Peek,” are just terrific tricks and, again, not difficult to do.

I’m almost certain to start using “Take Five” and “Mental Vibrations” in my own work. So, the book will reach people slowly.


Reviews require prior approval before they will be displayed Choose a ranking for this item. He could also have ended up with only books, and those missing 75 copies could add up to a lot of money!

You’ll find “Doublocation,” which is an extremely easy fooler for the casual performer to perform for friends and family. I would colleciton bought it no matter what he said, but the way he went on! But I just feel like I “fell for” his hype about this book. In the latter routine a spectator merely thinks of one of five cards that are then hopelessly shuffled back into the deck.

So while you may read a routine like “Take Five,” just mentioned, and think it simple in construction and method, you should see it as more than black type on white paper and remember that if Lorayne can sell it, so can you. I’m definitely coming down with a cold now sniff, sniff llorayne its all your fault Richard for posting this sickening news. The slipcases on “Personal Collection,” however, fit perfectly. HaLo has a fan base like that. Okay, those questions aside, here is the Paul Cummins review: