Workers Number 3
Workers Number 3
Further Routines form the Professional Repertoire of Michael Close
written by Michael Close
1993
Work of Michael Close
138 pages (Spiralbound), Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Homer Liwag
Language: English
(36 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Michael Close Introduction - SOB 2000 and Carlo's Three Laws
- About The Stand-Up Routines
- About This Book
1
Michael Close The Big Surprise signed fake contract travels folded to container 5
Michael Close Folding the Contract secret folding method while "contract" is placed into pocket, could be used for jumbo cards 9
Michael Close Presentation - The First Barrier
- The Big Lie
- Dr. Nagler's Study
- We're Back Home
15
Michael Close & Larry West A Visit from Rocco with giant bills 20
Michael Close & John Cornelius You Axed For It ring to box, appears to be at several places at once inspired by "My Lady's Ring" (John Cornelius),
varied by "That's My Ring!" (John Lovick, 2016)
26
Michael Close Patter - The Purpose of Patter
- Delivering Patter
- Thinking on Your Feet
- Humor
34
Michael Close Patter for Pavel's "Fantastic Knot" presentation 37
Michael Close Technique - We Go to Music School
- Magic Books
- No That I've Got It, What Do I Do?
41
Michael Close On Palming general discussion of classic palm with headings
- The Grip
- The Swing Points
- The Pivot Point
45
S. W. Erdnase & Michael Close The Erdnase Bottom Palm 48
Michael Close After the Palm what to do after bottom palm 50
Paul LePaul & Michael Close & Edward Marlo The Left Hand Diagonal Palm inspired by "The Diagonal Left Hand Palm (Improved Method)" (Paul LePaul, 1949),
"The Diagonal Steal" (Edward Marlo, 1957)
50
Tenkai Ishida & Michael Close The Left Hand Peek Steal 52
Harry Riser Peek Handling 53
Michael Close & Dai Vernon Transfers, Top Palms, and Shifting the Grip 54
Michael Close How to Avoid "Framing" 56
Michael Close Loose Ends replacing palmed cards 57
Michael Close Take a Letter signed alphabet card is found in paper bag by shooting a pin in it 58
Michael Close The Incredible Peeked Prediction free selection predicted in wallet (palming method) 64
Michael Close Naturalness and Motivation - Doin' What Comes Naturally
- Uniformity
- Motivating Sleight of Hand
69
Michael Close The Ooh-Ah Bird origami bird lays egg with prediction in it 73
Michael Close Criss Cross Force Handling 75
Michael Close & Dai Vernon & Wallace Galvin Origami Bill Production origami bill produced from handkerchief inspired by "Card through Handkerchief" (Dai Vernon & Wallace Galvin, 1953) 79
Michael Close The Too Perfect Theory - What is Magic?
- Method vs "Sell"
- Some Examples
- One More Example
- A Corollary
84
Michael Close Chicken Teryaki coin through hand, c/s transpo 89
Unknown Palm Change 92
Michael Close Analysis and Conviction - Convincing the Audience
- A General Approach
- Analysis
95
Michael Close The Incredible Growing Toothpick 98
Michael Close Ethics 101
Michael Close We're all B*z*s on this Bus clown faces appear on blank cards 104
Philip T. Goldstein & Michael Close Haback Count Variation flushtration hamman count combo 106
Michael Close Down for the Count vampire teeth appear in mouth 112
Michael Close Audience Management - Elmsley's Approach
- Authority
- We Meet the Enemy
- Patter
- Maintaining Control
see also Collected Works of Alex Elmsley, Vol. 1, p. 15-17 116
Michael Close The Card, The Forehead, And The Salt Shaker card on forehead, under salt shaker, deck under salt shaker, 51 cards to pocket combo 119
Michael Close The Double Bar 138