A deeper, layered kind of surprise. A mathematical drive-by. Poker and more. Go all in with John Bannon’s new booklet. If you like the material from Dear Mr. Fantasy, you’ll love Six. Impossible. Things.
Counterpunch: The Dunbury Delusion slams into the Biddle trick. It’s not just a card trick, it’s a con job. Bannon completely took Andi Gladwin by surprise with this trick! It’s great.
Four Faces North: Bannon’s “Last Man Standing” leaner and meaner. Shuffle the cards face-up and face-down. No way! Only Aces staring upward.
Watching The Detectives: Continue your guided tour down the garden path. A sandwich trick from the twilight zone. You won’t see it coming . . .
New Jax: A highly-engineered, stealth fighter-like transposition. Welcome to the future.
Origami Prediction: It’s Hummer time! A mathematical drive-by. Multi-stage prediction with error-correction. Fools you when you see it. Fool yourself when you do it.
Origami Poker Revisited: A delayed, self-referential prediction structure. In other words, a Royal Flush ending.
Riverboat Poker: Poker on the dangerous and unpredictable riverboats. One opponent drops out after each round of cards is dealt. A royal flush beats a full house. Showdown.
The Bannon Triumph: Re-branding Bannon’s classic four-packet Triumph routine. You know it, you love it. Or, will love it . . .
The Einstein Overkill: Fooled Einstein; might fool you. Einstein didn’t get to see the kicker ending. He wouldn’t stand a chance.
There’s a lot packed into this nicely-produced booklet and we’re pleased to see Bannon’s material back in print!