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==Publications==
 
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* FISM Lecture Notes (limited edition)
 
* FISM Lecture Notes (limited edition)
* Drawing Room Deceptions
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* Drawing Room Deceptions (1999)
* Quartet: A card and ten routines therewith
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* Quartet: A card and ten routines therewith (1999)
 
* Waiting for Inspiration Lecture Notes
 
* Waiting for Inspiration Lecture Notes
  

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Guy Hollingworth is an English conjuror known for his skillful card magic and elegant performing style. He created a sensation in the magic community with his trick Reformation, in which a signed playing card is torn into four pieces and then visibly restored one piece at a time. He is well known for his acclaimed book, Drawing Room Deceptions. Some of his card magic is also featured in his videos The London Collection and Routines. He was also featured on NBC's "World's Greatest Magic III" TV special

Publications

  • FISM Lecture Notes (limited edition)
  • Drawing Room Deceptions (1999)
  • Quartet: A card and ten routines therewith (1999)
  • Waiting for Inspiration Lecture Notes

Videos

  • The Reformation (limited edition)
  • The London Collection
  • Routines

Marketed tricks

  • Quartet - a playing card, included with a booklet of 10 routines or separately in packs of 3
  • Once Upon a Time - a small fairy tale book featuring three magical routines suitable for children

Television appearances

  • The World's Greatest Magic III (USA)
  • Heroes of Magic (UK)
  • Illusoes with Luis de Matos (Portugal)
  • Britain's Worst Cheats (UK)
  • Fifty Greatest Magic Tricks (UK)
  • The Five Greatest Magicians in the World (Japan)