Haydn, Whit: Four Ring Routine
1982 Whit Haydn
Softcover, comb-bound, 8.5x11", 19 pages

1986 Magic Inc.
Haydn: Four Ring
              Routine
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Comments: B&W clear photos throughout. This is a well done comedy four ring routine. The use of the spectator is cleverly routined to avoid undue embarrassment or "challenge". It uses many of the moves as presented in Dai Vernon's "Symphony of the Rings". Highly recommended, as is "Symphony of the Rings".

Contents:

3 Introduction: comments about the routine
4 The Count: The four rings are counted with an Odin type count
4 The Demonstration: Spectator is given one ring, your ring links solid through solid. Rings are unlinked.
8 The Lesson: Spectator "links" two rings as you show them how, magician unlinks, etc.
15 Linking Four Rings: After the spectator has sat down, the four rings are linked in a chain of four, double linked, all linked on one, and all separated again for the finish
19 Afterthoughts: Tips on keeping an extra single, and using Jack Miller's and Tarbell's moves without a Key.


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