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Aaron Fisher - FISM 2003
FISM 2003 was one of the coolest conventions in history. 3000 magicians from around the world gathered in Holland for a week of magic and fun. To commemorate the event， Aaron released his largest manuscript ever. At 48 pages， this booklet is packed with 12 diabolical items guaranteed to keep any serious student engaged for a year! Not only that， these items come directly from Aaron's professional repertoire — so you know these aren't just fad techniques. These sleights arm you with real tools to allow you to perform serious sleight of hand in the real world.
Hit the Road — Featured on Lee Asher and Paul Wilson's fantastic DVD， the secret to this incredible， original color change has been debated about by hardcore card men for years. Now you'll know not only the secret， but the precise mechanics of this hard hitting， visual effect.
The Four-Card Revelation Secret — a favorite of Aaron's lecture/seminar students， this trick will not only fool your audience， but teach you valuable lessons about focus and misdirection. In addition， it's remarkably easy to do!
Catching the Switch — Originally by John Mendoza， this incredibly powerful and difficult switch has been employed by an exclusive cadre of top card workers， including Bill Malone， John Carney and Darwin Ortiz. Aaron's handling makes the switch easy — and makes it accessible for card men of every skill level. You'll use this!
Three Ways to Leave Your Lover — A strikingly visual display that allow you to show three jokers –then change them into three different cards!
The Covered Back Slip Force — takes the age old Back-Slip Force and allows you to do it silently and surrounded! This is one of Aaron's personal favorites.
Plus you'll attain the secrets to：
The Channel Change
The Multiple Cortez Switch
The Ambitious Graduate
In addition to all that， this volume features an interview with Aaron， where you'll gain valuable insight into important issues facing the aspiring card handler. Topics include：
The importance of finding the right teacher
The Paper Engine — what it's really about