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Reed McClintock

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Reed McClintock
BornReed Carey Mcclintock
April 27, 1973
Portland, Oregon

Reed McClintock, after overcoming uncertain beginnings and the city streets, made his way to the world stage, performing at the Magic Castle, throughout Europe, and even a command performance for the Prince of Ethiopia.


McClintock has been featured in magazines such as Genii, Street Magic, Skin and Ink, and Tattoo Review.[1][2][3]


McClintock is a recipient of the Lou Gallo MVP Award


  • Knuckle Busters #1 (2002)
  • Knuckle Busters #2 (2002)
  • Knuckle Busters #3 (2002)
  • Knuckle Busters #4 (2003)
  • Knuckle Busters #5 (2004)
  • Knuckle Busters #6 (2004)

Marketed Tricks

  • Stars and Hexes (2006)
  • Gambler's Wildest Dream (2006)
  • Just the Backs Ma'am (2006)


  • The McClintock Twist (2001)
  • Coin Ovations (2003)
  • The Coin Patriot (2004)
  • Classic Palming with Coins (2007)


  3. Cover, Genii Magazine, Vol. 70, No. 2, February 2007, Reed McClintock: A Painfully Illustrated Life by Paul Critelli, page 56

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