Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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 Allan Ackerman---another of the early magicians who Grismer showed his original display to---gives a brief overview of Grismer'​s technique in the introduction to his own Fingertip Rhythm Count in //Classic Handlings//,​ 1999, p. 14. Allan Ackerman---another of the early magicians who Grismer showed his original display to---gives a brief overview of Grismer'​s technique in the introduction to his own Fingertip Rhythm Count in //Classic Handlings//,​ 1999, p. 14.
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 +Before Grismer and Jennings, Karl Fulves explored the idea of a false display in which both hands alternately display cards in a small packet. The faces of two cards are shown twice and appear to make up a four-card packet. See "The GIT-M Move" in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​12838/​Interlocutor/​59|Interlocutor]]//,​ No. 16, c. 1978, p. 59.
  
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