2019
Written by Roberto Mansilla
Work of Roberto Mansilla
160 pages (Hardcover), published by M.C.M. Editora
Illustrated with drawings by Andrés Juárez
Language: Spanish
28 entries
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Nadia Villanueva Prólogo
13
Roberto Mansilla Introducción
15
Roberto Mansilla Up the Sleeve card in performer's sleeve transposes with card on table, then one card is held by spectator and while shaking his hand, cards transpose
21
John Benzais Benzais Spin Cut
26
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Wild Card Switch
27
Roberto Mansilla Mago vs. Jugador Puertorriqueño four of a kind is produced, then cards change to another four of a king
31
Pit Hartling Finger Flicker Revelation brief
41
Roberto Mansilla Matching the Cards transformation to other four of a kind
43
John Carey Ribbon Spread Force
Inspired by 46
Roberto Mansilla Bolas de Esponja thorough spongeball routine, two balls with different color appear from purse frame, travel from hand to hand and vanish back in frame
  • Aparición de dos bolas
  • Ten Count
  • Sin la Cuenta
  • Interceptada
  • En la Mano del Espectador
  • A Guardar, A Guardar
Related to 53
Roberto Mansilla, Roberto Giobbi, Jim Cellini Spongeball Production from Purse Frame
59
Unknown False Transfer
63
Roberto Mansilla Las Navajas color changing knife routine, transposition under handkerchief, in spectator's hands, dual reality suggestion routine and shrinking knife
75
Unknown Giro Clásico paddle move
85
Unknown Giro Clásico Vertical (Con Hoja Abierta) vertical paddle move, with open blade
87
Roberto Mansilla Cambio Sincero color changing knife move
88
Flavio Casavalle Estilo del Pulgar
90
René Lavand Giro con Pañuelo with a handkerchief
91
Unknown La Hélice color changing knife move, while turning knife
94
Unknown Giro Herradura different handling to basic paddle move
95
Roberto Mansilla Anexo - René Lavand y Sus Navajas on René Lavand's color changing knife routine
114
Roberto Mansilla Volver al Presente card at named number is signed, vanishes among odd-backed four of a kind and appears back at initial position
Inspired by 119
Edward Marlo The Deliberate Side-Steal brief
124
Gabi Pareras Lapping Technique while counting cards from hand to hand
125
Fred Kaps Volteo Angular after an Elmsley count, the cards are singly turned and dropped on the table, hiding one face/back, historical comments
127
Roberto Mansilla Back to the World using the colors of the backs, cutting cards as markers
135
Roberto Mansilla Predicción Pesadilla selected card vanishes and turns out to be card previously removed to write prediction on its back
Inspired byVariations 149
Roberto Mansilla Agradecimientos
157
Data entered by Lorenz Schär.