Nick Pudar

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Nick Pudar developed a computer program analyzing any sort of memorized or prearranged deck magic for those interested.  It's a free download from www.stackview.com. <ref>The Linking Ring, Vol. 84, No. 3, March 2004, Internet Magic by Mike Durant, page 65</ref> <ref>www.stackview.com</ref>
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'''Nick Pudar''' developed a computer program analyzing any sort of memorized or prearranged deck magic for those interested.<ref>The Linking Ring, Vol. 84, No. 3, March 2004, Internet Magic by Mike Durant, page 65</ref> <ref>[www.stackview.com Free StackView download]</ref>
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He became interested in magic after seeing a  magician perform the [[Asra]] illusion on the [[Ed Sullivan Show]]. He attended  high school in Canada and performed  magic professionally, part time—on weekends.<ref> Best of Friends Volume I by Harry Lorayne (1982, 2001), Short Biography, page 279</ref><ref>Best of Friends Volume II by Harry Lorayne (1985), Short Biography, page 240</ref>  Pudar later became vice president of Planning and Business Development at OnStar Corporation.<ref> Best of Friends Volume III by Harry Lorayne (2007), Short Biography, page 105</ref>
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* Best of Friends Volume I by Harry Lorayne (1982, 2001), Short Biography, page 279
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* Best of Friends Volume II by Harry Lorayne (1985), Short Biography, page 240
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* Best of Friends Volume III by Harry Lorayne (2007), Short Biography, page 105 ff
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Nick Pudar
BornNick Joseph Pudar
1962

Nick Pudar developed a computer program analyzing any sort of memorized or prearranged deck magic for those interested.[1] [2]

He became interested in magic after seeing a magician perform the Asra illusion on the Ed Sullivan Show. He attended high school in Canada and performed magic professionally, part time—on weekends.[3][4] Pudar later became vice president of Planning and Business Development at OnStar Corporation.[5]


References

  1. The Linking Ring, Vol. 84, No. 3, March 2004, Internet Magic by Mike Durant, page 65
  2. [www.stackview.com Free StackView download]
  3. Best of Friends Volume I by Harry Lorayne (1982, 2001), Short Biography, page 279
  4. Best of Friends Volume II by Harry Lorayne (1985), Short Biography, page 240
  5. Best of Friends Volume III by Harry Lorayne (2007), Short Biography, page 105



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