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Self-Working Rope Magic

by Fulves, Karl

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Category: General
Media Type: Book
Publisher: Dover
Publication Summary: 1990, 148 pgs.
Format: Paperback

Product Description

70 of the best rope tricks ever devised using overhand knots, slip knots and square knots. Dissolve knots, cut and restore ropes, make ropes magically shrink or grow longer, rope escape tricks, flourish knots. 423 illustrations and clear, easy-to-follow directions make performing these startling feats foolproof.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: jkvxtZ8XqgUR9z

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September 2nd, 2016 7:17am
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Reviewed by Stuart Philip
Dover Publications has a great selection of magic books. Included in their catalog is Self-Working Rope Magic (SWRM) written by prolific author on various types of magical tricks, Karl Fulves. SWRM is a soft cover book that measures five and a half inches by eight and a half inches. It contains 70 tricks in its 148 pages and has 423 illustrations that help you understand how to hold the rope and how to maneuver it in your hands. Without these very detailed drawings, it would be almost impossible to understand some of the tricks.

SWRM is organized in a way that makes reading the material and digesting it easy to understand. The first chapter, “The Preliminaries” teaches about rope and the most basic information. This book can be read and mastered by a novice with practice. Some of the tricks contained in the book are simple and others are a bit complicated. There are various chapters explaining tricks with different types of knots; The Overhand Knot, The Slip Knot, and... [Read More]

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