VARIATIONS by Boris Wild - Book

VARIATIONS by Boris Wild - Book
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New Routines explained by Boris Wild

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Das neue Buch von Boris Wild mit seinen neuesten Kreationen

Die in diesem Buch erklärten Routinen beruhen auf den Schultern zeitgenössischer oder ehemaliger Zauberkünstler, deren Effekte Boris Wild dazu brachten, persönliche Variationen zu kreieren. Sei es in Bezug auf die Methode oder die Präsentation, mit einem Ziel vor Augen: eine maximale magische Wirkung auf das Publikum zu haben.

Auf diesen Seiten werden Sie neue originelle Variationen zu einigen der beliebtesten Themen der Kartenmagie entdecken: unglaubliche Wahrsagungen, spektakuläre Enthüllungen, visuelle Farbwechsel, unmögliche Effekte von Any Card At Any Number...

Dieses Buch, das für jedermann zugänglich und mit fast achtzig Fotos illustriert ist, wurde so konzipiert, dass Sie jede Phase so klar wie möglich erlernen können und somit alle von Boris detailliert beschriebenen Routinen leicht beherrschen. Außerdem benötigen Sie für die meisten dieser Routinen nur ein gewöhnliches Kartenspiel, das Sie sich sogar ausleihen können.

Schließlich finden Sie nach jeder Erklärung zusätzliche Variationen, die es Ihnen ermöglichen, die Routinen noch weiter auszubauen und sie durch Ideen, Techniken und Präsentationen, die Sie an Ihren Stil anpassen können, noch persönlicher zu gestalten.

Boris Wilds Variationen werden Sie und Ihr Publikum verblüffen und zum Staunen bringen!

MERKMALE DES BUCHES

  •     Sieben detailliert erklärte Routinen + Zusätzliche Variationen + Eine Bonus-Technik.
  •     Buch auf Englisch. Glänzender Softcover-Einband in Farbe. Größe: 5,5" x 8,5".
  •     72 Seiten, illustriert mit fast 80 Fotos.

CONTENTS OF THE BOOK

  • Foreword
  • Zoom 9: A routine with a borrowed deck that can be performed live or on Zoom where the magician manages to find a chosen card without ever touching the cards and with his back turned until the final revelation.
  • ARCAAN: An original Any Card At Any Number routine where the magician shows several unsuccessful methods of finding a freely named card until the last one where he manages to invisibly turn the chosen card over in the deck to a position that is also freely chosen.
  • Any Ambitious Card At Any Number: A freely chosen card is clearly lost towards the end of the deck. The spectator names a number that is freely chosen too. The magician then makes the chosen card rise not to the top of the deck but in the position corresponding to the chosen number and it is the spectator herself who counts the cards to it.
  • Predicolor: After showing an opaque envelope containing a prediction card, the magician shows a red deck and asks a spectator to name a number. Without any suspicious move, he counts the cards face up to the chosen number and then takes the prediction card out of the envelope. After a gag where the audience thinks the prediction card is not really one, the magician shows that its red back matches the one of the spectator's card and it is the only one because the backs of the 51 other cards of the deck have all different designs and colors.
  • InvisiQuiz: A freely chosen card from a borrowed deck is unquestionably lost. The magician asks the spectator several questions, some serious and others more unusual or even goofy, and spells out the answers, each time isolating the last card dealt. Although he has not seen them, the magician is convinced that the chosen card is one of those put aside. He invisibly removes the chosen card from the small packet and shows it is missing. He hands it to the spectator who then throws it invisibly back to the packet to make it reappear reversed among the others.
  • Impossible Double Divination: Two spectators each freely look at one card in the deck while the magician has his back turned. The cards are then shuffled several times and, despite these extreme conditions, the magician still manages to guess the two chosen cards.
  • Color Changing Chicago: A spectator names a card at random in a red deck spread face up. Without the slightest suspicious move, the magician turns the deck over and shows there is one and only one blue-backed card in the spread. He turns this card over in the clearest possible way: it is the named card. An indifferent card from the deck changes places with the spectator's card, thus becoming a blue-backed card while spectator's card becomes red again. Finally, the indifferent card becomes red again too and then the whole deck momentarily turns blue before getting back to red again like it was at the beginning.
  • Technique: The "Cull"
  • Credits

AUTHOR OF THE BOOK

Boris Wild is an international performer, creator, author and lecturer from Paris. He is a Grand Prix Winner at the FFAP French Championships of Magic, a Monte Carlo Magic Stars Award Winner and a FISM Winner at the World Championships of Magic.

He has appeared on the cover of international magazines (Genii, Vanish, The Linking Ring, Magicseen...) as well as on many TV shows such as Penn & Teller: Fool Us (he fooled Penn & Teller), Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde (five appearances), Champions of Magic (USA), Magic Castle (Japan)...He has also appeared in the photo exhibition The World's Greatest Magicians in Stockholm and has been Guest of Honor at the 4F Convention.

He was Chairman of the Close-Up Jury at the FISM World Championships of Magic in Beijing and regularly performs at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood.

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