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[[Herb Zarrow]] realized its potential and cleaned up the handling enough to fool those who were even familiar with the little known effect.
 
[[Herb Zarrow]] realized its potential and cleaned up the handling enough to fool those who were even familiar with the little known effect.
  
Mr. Zarrow showed it to [[Lou Tannen]], who pushed for its inclusion in [[Tarbell]] Vol 7 (written by Harry Lorayne]].<ref>[[Magic of Michael Ammar]] by Michael Ammar (1991)</ref>
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Mr. Zarrow showed it to [[Lou Tannen]], who pushed for its inclusion in [[Tarbell]] Vol 7 (written by Harry Lorayne]].<ref>[[The Magic of Michael Ammar]] by Michael Ammar (1991)</ref>
  
 
[[Daryl]] gave it the name "The Crazy Man’s Handcuffs" and [[Michael Ammar]] subsequently popularized it.
 
[[Daryl]] gave it the name "The Crazy Man’s Handcuffs" and [[Michael Ammar]] subsequently popularized it.

Latest revision as of 02:54, 17 December 2011

Crazy Man's Handcuffs is the penetration of rubber bands stretched between the forefinger and thumb of each hand.

Created by Arthur Setterington and published by Peter Warlock in New Pentagram (May 1970) as "Getaway’.

Herb Zarrow realized its potential and cleaned up the handling enough to fool those who were even familiar with the little known effect.

Mr. Zarrow showed it to Lou Tannen, who pushed for its inclusion in Tarbell Vol 7 (written by Harry Lorayne]].[1]

Daryl gave it the name "The Crazy Man’s Handcuffs" and Michael Ammar subsequently popularized it.

Publications

References

  1. The Magic of Michael Ammar by Michael Ammar (1991)