Juan Tamariz is regarded by many to be the world’s greatest living magician. Tamariz is not only a superstar to the Spanish public, but one of the world’s foremost experts on magic theory & methodology, as well as a prolific author. The legend himself now writes to YOU.
After fifty years of performing and traveling Tamariz now sits down to write letters to you, his dear friend, with a focus on close-up magic as well as new stories. Rather than approach these effects in the style of a traditional magic book, Juan is presenting them in the context of a letter, written to only his closest magical friends.
These are letters of love and magic. Not only will you learn the methods for several card effects that have never before been published, you’ll also get Juan’s notes & tips for presentations, as well as variations and plot history.
Translated from Spanish by Rafael Benatar.
Contents of Volume 6 include:
Letter from Juan
Juan begins with a personal letter to you in which he implores you to remember that the moves are important; the effect is everything. He and his closest associates have made a rule to always discuss the effect before the secret, and he shares this philosophy that guides his magic.
Aces Through a Book
A brilliant solid through solid effect performed with four signed aces! One ace penetrates the deck. The second ace passes completely through the book. The third is found in the middle of the book, even after a spectator has examined it! The fourth ace has to be seen to be believed.
Another Suit to Order (Gimmicked Version)
Jaun shares with you a devious little gaff that makes performing the traditional discovery of a suit in order a modern marvel. You’ll learn some clever forces and revelations from the Maestro himself. The audience feels like they have a free choice, but of course, you are in total control.
Roulette (A Mnemonica Miracle)
The Mnemonica stack becomes an impromptu roulette wheel allowing you to prove you have total control over fate and chance. This routine features a clever force, and a deceptive card at number.
Five packets of cards are shown to five spectators. Everyone remembers a playing card and then shuffles the packets back into the deck. The magician can then name of of the cards the spectators thought of. Juan shares multiple variations with you, both impromptu and with a stacked deck.