Written by Michael Kaminskas

1996
Work of Michael Kaminskas

103 pages (Hardcover), published by L&L Publishing
Illustrated with drawings by Michael Kaminskas.
Language: English

(55 entries)

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Michael Kaminskas Acknowledgements
Michael Ammar Introduction
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Michael Kaminskas Foreword
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Michael Kaminskas Triumphant Return cards left and right of selection are sorted by color
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Dai Vernon Dai Vernon False Shuffle
Related to 8
Herb Zarrow Zarrow Shuffle
9
Daryl Martinez Triumph Display
10
Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #1: Hands dry hands
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Michael Kaminskas Restored on the deck
Related to
  • Alexander de Cova's Flash Restoration
12
Michael Kaminskas Card-N-Sleeve signed card travels up the spectator's sleeve
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S. W. Erdnase, Howard Schwarzman Erdnase Color Change Variation also Houdini change, spelled Erdinase
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #2: Video
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Michael Kaminskas Heli-Card card rises from deck then it is signed and is spinned in the air, Steve Fearson Hookup
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #3: Preparation
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Michael Kaminskas Rainbow Connection rainbow deck climax
Inspired by 24
Unknown The Stripout Switch
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Unknown Forcing the Card equivoque handling, one out of four
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Dai Vernon Through the Fist Flourish
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Michael Kaminskas, Roger Sherman Call Me Pockets last card is signed ends up in wallet
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Unknown Showing Trouser Pocket Empty
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #4: Cards on working a new deck
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Michael Kaminskas Birthday Wishes birthday trick, selected card is signed on back, card rises to top and from deck comes birthday tune eventually happy birthday is found written on the front
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Dai Vernon, Edward Marlo Tilt
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S. W. Erdnase, Unknown Erdnase Color Change variation, also Houdini change, spelled Erdinse change
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #5: Coding marking card boxes for better organisation
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Michael Kaminskas Fully Developed camera card, two stages of developmement
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Unknown Through the Deck Change
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #6 Dress
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Michael Kaminskas Case Closed blue backed ambitious card, then signed card is found in red deck which is in new deck order and card's back changes to red too
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Unknown Riffle Force
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Unknown Loading the Card Box card in box, at correct position, load in pocket
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Michael Kaminskas Step by Step card rises visibly in stages
Inspired by 47
Edward Marlo, Tony Kardyro T.K. Drop Sleight
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Michael Kaminskas Slim Pack single card is removed from a case, when turned over performer holds the hole deck, then the cards vanish again except one
Inspired by 50
Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #7: Hygiene
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Michael Kaminskas Playful Penny coin grows and shrinks in stages
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Unknown Growing the Coin
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Unknown Shrinking the Coin from jumbo coin to smaller coin
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #8: Coins
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Michael Kaminskas, Barry Taylor What the Buck Dollar bill transforms into silver coin, see Kaufman for credit details
Related to 63
Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #9: Thumbtips
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Michael Kaminskas You Marked It marked coin in corked bottle
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Bob Elliott Flipswitch with a pencil
Related to 67
Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #10: Brainstorming
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Michael Kaminskas Give Me A Tip thumb tip bill switch handling
Inspired by 70
Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #11: Rehearsing
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Michael Kaminskas Magic Pills signed bill to metal tin
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Michael Kaminskas Hitting the Bottle bottle is produced then coin in bottle, as a climax bottle vanishes
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Michael Kaminskas Tap it Vanish same as Williamsons Striking Vanish, sleeve
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #12: Performance
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Michael Kaminskas Target Practice karate coin with pencil, as a climax coin permanently stuck on pencil
Inspired by 85
Michael Kaminskas Vision Check huge lens falls from eye, then it transforms into a pair of glasses
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Michael Kaminskas Candy Caper m&m bag is torn open and sealed again
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Michael Kaminskas Close-Up Tip #13: Audience
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Michael Kaminskas, Daryl Martinez, Pavel Roped two white ropes are suddenly knotted together, the rope slides along the rope and knot changes color, knot is taken off the rope and thrown on it again, when it is opened, its a white rope with a red part
Inspired by
  • Pavel's Fantastic Knot
  • Daryl Martinez' Amazing Acrobatic Knot
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