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Rafael Benatar

Cover of Genii (2005)
Born1956
Venezuela

CategoriesBooks by Rafael Benatar

Rafael Benatar, born in Venezuela in 1956, translated Mnemonica by Juan Tamariz in 2004.

Books

  • Cubiletes en Transito (1989) translated as Transit Cups and Balls.
  • Double Card Technique (1993)
  • Three Professional Card Routines (1993)

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