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The Yoanna Technique

The Yoanna Technique

I want to share with you guys something I learned from a girl back when I was in High School. You know how school is - with 'dem homework and assignments.  Well, here in Romania we have those too. A lot of it. Especially for Math and Physics. 

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Ever thought what to do when your dog ate your homework or your little brother tore it apart and flushed it down the toilet, and no one would believe you? The Yoanna Technique is for those moments. 

Imagine this. The teacher waltz in. Sits down on his...


Are Famous Magicians Monkeys?

Are Famous Magicians Monkeys?

I was at The Session jamming at a table together with some magicians when Dynamo spotted me and came by to say hello. He was rather jolly and honestly enthusiastic to see me (surprised me a lot). 

The Best Definition of Sleight of Hand

The Best Definition of Sleight of Hand

Derek Delgaudio's definition of sleight of hand is not only perfect, but makes you think of sleight of hand from a different pov.

How Martin Nash Taught Me To Shine My Shoes

How Martin Nash Taught Me To Shine My Shoes

Here is a wonderful and insightful story from Shane Cobalt's Patreon page

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"When I was in my early 20's I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Martin Nash. I was attending a Canadian Association of Magicians convention with a few friends from Toronto. As you can imagine, we were the youngish, of finger flickers and we often missed events entirely or were late because we just got so in to our magic chat and hang outs. In any case, it was early evening and the...


5 Points on Being Natural while Performing Magic

5 Points on Being Natural while Performing Magic

I recently listened to Elliot Terral's interview with David Williamson while riding my bicycle to work and back (it's a long ride to work, but worth it). Here are 5 points that I thought were worth sharing.