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Patrik Kuffs is a magician, mentalist, author and lecturer from Montreal, Canada who has appeared many times on some of the country’s highest rated French-language television shows. (''Juste Pour Rire'', ''Le Grand Rire Bleu'', ''Ad Lib'', etc.)
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Patrik Kuffs is a magician, mentalist, author and lecturer from Montreal, Canada who has appeared many times on some of the country's highest rated French-language television shows. (''Juste Pour Rire'', ''Le Grand Rire Bleu'', ''Ad Lib'', etc.)
  
In 2000, he made his English-language television debut (with [[David Acer]] and [[Richard Sanders]]) on a “street magic” special for Global TV called [[Urban Magic]], and later appeared on an episode of a children’s science series called [[Popular Mechanics for Kids]]. More recently, he has engaged in a series of extended runs for his one-man mentalism show at several upscale Montreal venues, and a book of tricks he wrote for the public (in French) called [[Psychomagie]] was published in 2003.
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In 2000, he made his English-language television debut (with [[David Acer]] and [[Richard Sanders]]) on a "street magic" special for Global TV called [[Urban Magic]], and later appeared on an episode of a children's science series called [[Popular Mechanics for Kids]]. More recently, he has engaged in a series of extended runs for his one-man mentalism show at several upscale Montreal venues, and a book of tricks he wrote for the public (in French) called [[Psychomagie]] was published in 2003.
  
Kuffs has also released three lecture DVDs for magicians - [[Metal Bending: The Real Work]] (produced by the [[Camirand Academy of Magic]]), [[Mind Stunts]] and [[Mind Stunts II]] (both self-produced), and a smattering of his original material has appeared in [[Lee Earle]]’s [[Syzygy]], [[Banachek]]’s [[Psychological Subtleties 2]], [[John Lovick]]’s [[Switch]], [[Robert Cassidy]]’s [[Quintessence]], [[David Acer]]'s [[Random Acts of Magic]], [[Genii Magazine]] and [[MAGIC]]. In addition, a small booklet of his magic called [[Seven by Patrik Kuffs]] was published in 2004.
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Kuffs has also released three lecture DVDs for magicians - [[Metal Bending: The Real Work]] (produced by the [[Camirand Academy of Magic]]), [[Mind Stunts]] and [[Mind Stunts II]] (both self-produced), and a smattering of his original material has appeared in [[Lee Earle|Lee Earle's]] [[Syzygy]], [[Banachek|Banachek's]] [[Psychological Subtleties 2]], [[John Lovick|John Lovick's]] [[Switch]], [[Robert Cassidy|Robert Cassidy’s]] [[Quintessence]], [[David Acer|David Acer's]] [[Random Acts of Magic]], [[Genii|Genii magazine]] and [[MAGIC]]. In addition, a small booklet of his magic called [[Seven by Patrik Kuffs]] was published in 2004.
  
In 2008, with magician [[Stéphane Bourgoin]], Kuffs co-founded [[Quebecmagik]], a private magic club and store in Laval, Quebec (just north of Montreal).
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In 2008, with magician [[Stéphane Bourgoin]], Kuffs co-founded [[Quebecmagik]], a private magic club and store in Laval, Quebec (just north of Montreal). The club has since closed.
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In 2010, Kuffs became a columnist for [[Genii]] magazine, with the series projected to run intermittently through 2011. Its debut in the [[Genii 2010 May|May, 2010 issue]] featured a unique version of the [[The Berglas Effect]] called '''Any Card at Any Numbered Envelope'''.
  
 
== Patrik Kuffs in Genii ==
 
== Patrik Kuffs in Genii ==
  
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*[[Genii 2010 August|August, 2010 • Mind Stunts #2: Step-by-Step Brainwave]]
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*[[Genii 2010 May|May, 2010 • Mind Stunts #1: Any Card at Any Numbered Envelope]]
 
*[http://geniimagazine.com/back_issues/2008/03/index.html March, 2008 (Magicana) • Bank Lite]
 
*[http://geniimagazine.com/back_issues/2008/03/index.html March, 2008 (Magicana) • Bank Lite]
 
*[http://geniimagazine.com/back_issues/2006/12/index.html December, 2006 (Magicana) • Invisible Touch]
 
*[http://geniimagazine.com/back_issues/2006/12/index.html December, 2006 (Magicana) • Invisible Touch]

Revision as of 18:00, 20 August 2010

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Patrik Kuffs is a magician, mentalist, author and lecturer from Montreal, Canada who has appeared many times on some of the country's highest rated French-language television shows. (Juste Pour Rire, Le Grand Rire Bleu, Ad Lib, etc.)

In 2000, he made his English-language television debut (with David Acer and Richard Sanders) on a "street magic" special for Global TV called Urban Magic, and later appeared on an episode of a children's science series called Popular Mechanics for Kids. More recently, he has engaged in a series of extended runs for his one-man mentalism show at several upscale Montreal venues, and a book of tricks he wrote for the public (in French) called Psychomagie was published in 2003.

Kuffs has also released three lecture DVDs for magicians - Metal Bending: The Real Work (produced by the Camirand Academy of Magic), Mind Stunts and Mind Stunts II (both self-produced), and a smattering of his original material has appeared in Lee Earle's Syzygy, Banachek's Psychological Subtleties 2, John Lovick's Switch, Robert Cassidy’s Quintessence, David Acer's Random Acts of Magic, Genii magazine and MAGIC. In addition, a small booklet of his magic called Seven by Patrik Kuffs was published in 2004.

In 2008, with magician Stéphane Bourgoin, Kuffs co-founded Quebecmagik, a private magic club and store in Laval, Quebec (just north of Montreal). The club has since closed.

In 2010, Kuffs became a columnist for Genii magazine, with the series projected to run intermittently through 2011. Its debut in the May, 2010 issue featured a unique version of the The Berglas Effect called Any Card at Any Numbered Envelope.

Patrik Kuffs in Genii

Links

Quebecmagik Website