The Book
The Book
Don't Forget To Point
1998
Work of Thomas Fraps & Jörg Willich
177 pages (Hardcover), published by Kaufman and Company
Illustrated with drawings by Joachim Mezger
Language: English
(54 entries)
Data entered by Fabian Polkehn.
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Thomas Fraps The Tweezers three-coin production using tweezers, tweezers change into last coin 17
Flip Hallema Flip-Stick Move used as a transformation in this context 18
Rainer Pfeiffer Snap-Shot linking rubberbands in the spectator's hands 20
Rainer Pfeiffer Change 2 coins pentrate a purse multiple times, climax: coins change places in the spectator's hand 22
David Williamson Striking Vanish 23
Jörg Willich Gummi-Bear Penetration gummi-bear penetrates wine glass 26
Thomas Fraps Scrooge McDuck coin pentretrates the cellophane of a pack of cigarettes twice 30
J. B. Bobo Pinch Vanish 31
Pit Hartling Painting The Town Red performer predicts name of a town chosen from the map's toc. 33
Rainer Pfeiffer & Helge Thun & Manuel Muerte The Fruit Cups two-cup routine with two different colored balls 35
Dai Vernon & Silent Mora Wand Spin 38
Jay Sankey Two Way Toss 38
David Williamson Drummer's Move 39
David Williamson Striking Vanish 40
Thomas Fraps & Helge Thun Instant Camera Card deck is used as an instant camera card, blank card (picture) turns into selected card 48
Thomas Fraps Miller Change variation of it 50
Pit Hartling The Party Animal selected card turns face-up while the deck is in the case, twice, climax: half the deck turns face up. 52
Helge Thun Providence '93 signed card changes a couple of time into another card (and back). Climax: Card appears folded under performer's watch. 56
Dai Vernon Double Push-Off 57
Steve Bedwell Card under Watch Load folded 59
Helge Thun Bombshell card travels inside a matchbox 62
Andreas Affeldt & Helge Thun Loading method for Bombshell (Matchbox) under cover of the jacket 64
Helge Thun Loading method for Bombshell (Matchbox) impromptu 65
Helge Thun Loading method for Bombshell (Matchbox) impromptu, divided into several steps 66
Manuel Muerte It's Shoe Time Selected card and a wine-glass appear inside performer's shoe 69
Jean Hugard One Hand Top Palm 69
Helge Thun Double-Bind signed card appears folded in quarters in a box, folded card is wrapped in a rubber band 73
Pit Hartling Chameleon joker changes into three selected cards and back, double faced divided gaff 79
T. Nelson Downs Downs Change 81
S. W. Erdnase Transformations, Two Hands, First Method 82
Pit Hartling Cupid all cards match, short long gaffed deck 84
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Hofzinser Cull brief 85
Thomas Fraps & Helge Thun If Worse Comes To Worse performer finds two selected and one thought-of card, one way from face (pips) varied by "Dreimal Unmöglich" (Jörg Alexander Weber, 2000) 88
Jörg Alexander Weber The Sympathetic Ten card piles in glasses also published as "Die Sympathetischen Zehn" (Jörg Alexander Weber, 2000) 92
Jörg Alexander Weber Resealing a Card Case 92
Unknown & George G. Kaplan The 'Stop' Fan Discovery brief see also "The "Stop!" Fan Discovery" (George G. Kaplan, 1948) 95
Karl Germain The Flash Card Change in glass with handkerchief cover 95
Jörg Willich Hammer Their Socks Off free-handed production of a hammer 100
Flip Hallema Flip-Stick Move adaption of the move, reverse-actions (used as an appearance) 100
Pit Hartling The ...-Idea knive removed from keychain, changes color, jumps back onto keychain 102
Helge Thun The Flip-Flap Flourish top card swirls through fingers and back onto the deck 104
Helge Thun Action Fan Palm card is palmed while closing the fan 108
Nikolai Friedrich Bold And Nut nut vanishes and reappears on the bolt, using rope 110
Earl Nelson & Emile Clifton Clifton's Ring Move 110
Rainer Pfeiffer Mismade-Warp climax for card-warp, covering bill also turns inside out 110
Pit Hartling Chaos Cut sloppy false running-cut inspired by "False Cut" (Frank Thompson, 1982),
see also "The Bounce Cut" (Benjamin Earl, 2014),
varied by "Chaotic Chaos Cut" (Denis Behr, 2011)
115
Pit Hartling Out-Of-Order Shuffle false shuffle and cut 116
Stephan Kirschbaum Thumb-Tips techniques for hiding the thumb tip 118
Stephan Kirschbaum A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose ... production of a rose from a purse-frame 120
Thomas Fraps Insider (sloppy) technique for injogging a selected card 122
Thomas Fraps Dribbled technique for dribbling a deck while maintaining an jog 124
Jörg Alexander Weber Sticking To The Gypsy Thread convincer 125
Peter Gunn Stretching 'Stretched' rubber band is wrapped around deck, card inserted into the middle, jumps to the top, climax: card visually melts through rubber band inspired by "Stretch" (Paul Harris, 1979) 126
Jörg Willich The Ice-Cube Effect Ice-cubes in a drink have the same shape as the selected card 141