Tag Archives: Aldo Colombini

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Personally Speaking – Jan07 – Part 3

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Aldo Colombini – Sandwich

Columnist: Aldo Colombili This is a sandwich-type routine that uses the Elmsley and Siva Counts. In this case, the “sandwich” plot is combined with the “twisting” plot to obtain a strong two-card revelation. Effect: The four Kings (or any other four-of-a-kind) are removed and placed aside. Two cards are selected and replaced. The four Kings […]

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Aldo Colombini – Hof-mini-maxi

Columnist: Aldo Colombili This is not an earth-shaker but it can be a nice interlude to something heavier. I’ll explain the basic idea with small and regular cards. The basic plot belongs, I believe, to Roy Walton, the clever cardman from Glasgow, Scotland. Several other magicians have explored this effect and have come up with […]

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Aldo Colombini – Nobody At Home

Columnist: Aldo Colombili I think this is a showy routine, full of magic and I am very fond of it. It was published in Linking Ring Magazine (my third Parade, October 1994.) The approach is at least a different one, giving to the Assembly Type routine the variation of using a progressive theme. EFFECT: The […]

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Aldo Colombini – Twistand Shout

Columnist: Aldo Colombili Twist & Shout Card Apparitions are always welcome and seem to have a great appeal among magicians. I have something similar in my routine Nobody At Home (written elsewhere in this book) which is done on the table. The following variation is done entirely in your hands. It can be used as […]

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Aldo Colombini – Mouse Trap

Columnist: Aldo Colombili This effect is commercial and funny. The original idea belongs to Terry Lagerould and I saw it published in the AUSTRALIAN MAGIC MAGAZINE several years ago. Here the plot remains the same but the handling has changed. The idea of also having the “cheese” caught in the trap was suggested by Bruce […]

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