PRE-ORDER: Eugene Burger: The Workshop Transcripts
- THREE transcripts of Eugene teaching his EQUIVOQUE secrets
- ONE transcript of Eugene teaching his 4 favorite card forces
- Hardcover, 184 pages, access to 9 videos and audio excerpts
- Only 850 copies will exist, each one signed and numbered by Lawrence Hass
- ONLY AVAILABLE HERE
- Will be shipped on the release date of Halloween 2023
- Free USPS Media Mail shipping on all orders in the USA
Pre-Order Eugene Burger: The Workshop Transcripts for Delivery upon its Release on October 31, 2023.
THIS BOOK WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE FROM THEORY AND ART OF MAGIC PRESS IN THIS HARDCOVER EDITION LIMITED TO 850 COPIES, EACH ONE SIGNED/NUMBERED BY LAWRENCE HASS.
THERE IS A LIMIT OF ONE COPY PER ORDER. FREE USPS MEDIA MAIL SHIPPING IN THE USA.
The publication of Eugene Burger: Final Secrets in 2021 created explosive interest in Eugene’s innovative approach to Equivoque (The Magicians Choice). Although Larry Hass had thoroughly covered it in Part Five of Final Secrets, dedicated readers wanted every available detail. To satisfy this demand, here is EUGENE BURGER: THE WORKSHOP TRANSCRIPTS.
This 184-page hardcover book includes transcripts for three of Eugene’s legendary workshops from 1985-1986, where he first taught his work on Equivoque and several routines using it, including "The Trick that Cannot Be Explained." These transcripts fill in countless details, variations, and techniques that were not explained in Final Secrets. They also serve as a rigorous workbook that will help you quickly learn Eugene’s wordings, procedures, practice exercises, and the routines themselves.
In addition, The Workshop Transcripts include:
** A transcript of Eugene’s 2011 lecture teaching his Favorite Card Forces
** The long-lost script for Eugene’s No-Gimmick Version of Max Maven’s “B’wave”
** Eugene’s only Equivoque routine not included in Final Secrets, Bryce Kuhlman's: “Accentuate the Positive”
** Foreword by Jamy Ian Swiss
** Access to 9 teaching videos and audio excerpts.
Get ready to learn every detail of Eugene Burger’s approach to Equivoque!