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Michel Huot is a Montreal-based close-up magician who, among other things, has performed several unusual (and noteworthy) acts at [[Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic]], including a memorable appearance in 2007 with fellow Montrealer [[Yannick Lacroix]] as “The Human Deck of Cards.” Huot’s original material has also been published in [[Genii Magazine]], [[MAGIC]], [[Northern Peaks]], [[David Acer]]’s [[Random Acts of Magic]] (2004), [[John Lovick]]’s [[Switch]] (2006), and in a small collection of his own tricks, [[Seven by Michel Huot]] (Acer, 2003).
 
Michel Huot is a Montreal-based close-up magician who, among other things, has performed several unusual (and noteworthy) acts at [[Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic]], including a memorable appearance in 2007 with fellow Montrealer [[Yannick Lacroix]] as “The Human Deck of Cards.” Huot’s original material has also been published in [[Genii Magazine]], [[MAGIC]], [[Northern Peaks]], [[David Acer]]’s [[Random Acts of Magic]] (2004), [[John Lovick]]’s [[Switch]] (2006), and in a small collection of his own tricks, [[Seven by Michel Huot]] (Acer, 2003).
  
 
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Revision as of 05:26, 5 October 2007

Michel Huot

Michel Huot is a Montreal-based close-up magician who, among other things, has performed several unusual (and noteworthy) acts at Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic, including a memorable appearance in 2007 with fellow Montrealer Yannick Lacroix as “The Human Deck of Cards.” Huot’s original material has also been published in Genii Magazine, MAGIC, Northern Peaks, David Acer’s Random Acts of Magic (2004), John Lovick’s Switch (2006), and in a small collection of his own tricks, Seven by Michel Huot (Acer, 2003).