Peter Duffie

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Peter Duffie (b. April 15, 1957)
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[[Peter Duffie]] (b. April 15, 1957)
  
 
Peter’s chief mentor was [[Roy Walton]].
 
Peter’s chief mentor was [[Roy Walton]].
  
His early association with [[Jerry Sadowitz]] led to a series of books, beginning with Alternative Card Magic (1982).
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An association with [[Jerry Sadowitz]] led to a series of books, beginning with Alternative Card Magic (1982).
  
=Books=
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==Books==
In the mid-90's, [[Richard Kaufman]] gave him a publishing contract which produced
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* [[Alternative Card Magic]] (1982)
* [[Duffie's Card Compulsions]] (1995)
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* Contemporary Card Magic (1984)
* [[Five Times Five: Scotland]] (1998)
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* [[The Magic of Fred Robinson]] (2009)
* [[Effortless Card Magic]] (1997)
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== Awards ==
 
== Awards ==
* Winner of the Scottish Conjuror’s Association Close-up competition  
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* Winner of the Scottish Conjuror's Association Close-up competition  
* the British Ring Zina Bennett Cup
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* British Ring Zina Bennett Cup
  
 
== External References ==
 
== External References ==
 
*http://www.peterduffie.com/
 
*http://www.peterduffie.com/
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[[Category:Biographies]]
 
[[Category:Biographies]]
 
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Revision as of 18:34, 4 September 2009

Peter Duffie (b. April 15, 1957)

Peter’s chief mentor was Roy Walton.

An association with Jerry Sadowitz led to a series of books, beginning with Alternative Card Magic (1982).

Books

Awards

  • Winner of the Scottish Conjuror's Association Close-up competition
  • British Ring Zina Bennett Cup

External References

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