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Juan Tamariz- Mnemonica Stack

Any stack can be memorized, therefore any trick that can be done by a non-memorized stack can be done with a memorized stack that has that trick built in. As with everything in magic, it takes patience but as soon as you get it, you will baffle the mnemonifa of the best.

I’ll give juuan example: I can see why you say that, the presentations are not as detailed as in some other books. Verbal Magic I’ve just spent the last few days fooling myself. I prefer a memdeck because it can do anything BCS mnsmonica plus many more options. Apr 10, This makes it extremely easy to read and you don’t really need to go elsewhere to try to understand what Juan is saying.

This makes the author, in my opinion, an absolute genious. You must log in or sign up to post here.

Sep 10, Messages: I know that it contains tricks based on Tamariz’s own Mnemonica stack, as well as some that can be done with any arbitrary memorized stacks which some would call stack-independent tricks. Apr 14, Moreover in the more recent Try the Impossible there is a bunch of Aronson stack effects that DON’T need memorizing, so you can dive in right away.

Jan Apr 8,landmark wrote: Wow, thanks for the great responses, guys! Waseda University English Teacher Location: Which leads mnsmonica to mneonica second question: I’ve learned the Aronson stack and I learned this one quicker solid 2 hours using his techniques. So despite popular belief, there are some tricks that are unique to mathematical stacks, even in non-repetitive random-looking stacks like BCS.


But even then, some people still put down the BCS stack, simply because there are no tricks “built into” the stack. Just get the book and be prepared to work hard. Mnemonica can be reached from U.

Manufacturer No Featured Product No. It will make you addicted to it, and you will treat it like your precious Juan has been fiddling with this conecpt along with others since the 70’s and had published the Spanish version of the book a couple of years ago. Along with Arturo de Ascanio, Tamariz has spearheaded a school of thought tamairz close-up magic that has produced FISM award-winning champions and deeply influenced the craft of magic worldwide.

There doesn’t appear to be any easy way nmemonica reach Aronson stack from new deck order.

He is the author of three critically acclaimed best-selling books in English: Like the man says, YMMV. So I tried it, and I liked the results — partly because it follows my own thinking patterns, and partly because it’s my own invention making me very partial to it.

He has his reasons, I am sure. I performed two effects from this book at my local Magic Society, and totally fooled pro magicians with 20 to 30 years experience. Showing the Most Helpful Newest.

But you can’t necessarily do that jjan any stack. We don’t stock every magic trick released, mnemonuca instead hand pick the best! I don’t know what counts as difficult for you, but for me only a few of the tricks are outside my sleight of hand reach. Apr 15, Messages: Just complete your order as normal, and within seconds you’ll get an email with your gift certificate.

Hey Guys, Recently, I learned the Mnemonica Stack and have been performing effects with it all the time. I first learned the Aronson stack in Steven Keyl – The Human Whisperer!

Mnemonica by Juan Tamariz – Book

Tamariz’s book is great but his trick description tends to be sketchy. As a reaction to the post above I want to say that this is mneonica although maybe right pure theoretical reasoning and not one from a working magician.


In fact, if I were to decide to commit to memory a mathematical stack, I would probably choose the BCS, as it looks quite random, and the math isn’t so automatic that I would constantly use it as a crutch which would ultimately impede my memorization, I would think. I have Aronson first impression book and the Juan tamariz book. There is tricks to open with, close with, have fun with, amaze with Browse Magic Tricks We are not like other magic shops: I also thought I needed more sleights before a stack would even help.

Both are powerful tools and while you may prefer one or more of the “built-in” effects in the Aronson deck, their strengths as “open index” decks where you know the exact position of every card are identical. Juan Fonseca This was the first magic book that I ever bought years ago. The bulk of the book is actually about learning real magic and not just learning this particular stack.

To get the full potential of the book you need to know Juans method. It will take a lot of hard work to get up to speed with this, but with dedication, you’ll be able to perform miracles. Then when you get to Tamariz, you’ll be able to pick up all the little hints he throws in very quickly in passing, each which could be turned into a full blown routine.

I wanted to throw in a good word for the Osterlind BCS. I use brand new decks quite often, and this feature alone was worth switching to Tamariz for me.