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It has been a few years since Phil Goldstein's last book of magic, Thabbatical, was released. It is now a sought-after work, out of print with secondhand copies hard to obtain. So what has Mr. Goldstein been up to since then? The answer is REDIVIDER, a book containing 24 tricks and routines with cards, including mental feats, a devilish repeat Do-as-I-Do, a detective mystery, a lesson in sexual politics, a Poker demonstration with an historical surprise finish, and more—all based on one fascinating principle (no, not that principle, but a good one, nonetheless), with minimal manipulation.
Mr. Goldstein, after giving a clear explanation of the self-working principle underlying all the pieces in the book, leads you from simple applications to ever more clever and confounding tricks and routines, many with full and very entertaining presentations.