Dingle's Deceptions by Harry Lorayne - Book
Derek Dingle's first book, Dingle's Deceptions (written by Harry Lorayne), which was released in 1971 created a firestorm of interest. The routines taught in that book created his reputation as one of the best, most skilled and creative close-up magicians in the world.
This is a 1996 printing, which includes 5 new tricks not in the original book, which were printed in the 1975 Genii Magazine.
Dingle’s Deceptions provides a portrait of one of the great sleight-of-hand performers of the 1980’s. Derek Dingle created magic that was both technically challenging and uniquely powerful. Each creation in this book could immediately fit into the repertoire of a working close-up magician. Readers will learn “Color Triumphant” – a fantastic combination of Triumph with the Color Changing Deck; “Four Coins and Countin’ “- a handling of Bertram’s Coin Assembly with a kicker ending; “Open Sesame” – a flashy production of all four aces; and “the International Coins through the Table” – in which four different kinds of coins travel through a table.
Book also includes:
The DD Color-Change Aces
Through and Through
Anglo-American Coin Assembly
The Little Miracle
Double Color-Changing Deck
Super Card Rise
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