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'''Ron Bauer''' (b. 1938) is founder of Mr. Trix Enterprises and has tricks published  in several magazines.
 
'''Ron Bauer''' (b. 1938) is founder of Mr. Trix Enterprises and has tricks published  in several magazines.
  
== Books ==
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== The Ron Bauer Private Studies Series ==
* [[The Complete Don Alan's Chop Cup]] (2005).
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This is a series of 24 annotated performance scripts. Originally published by [[John Luka]] Enterprises. Since late 1999, published by [[Sandra Kort]] at E-GADS (Electronic Graphic Art Design Studio).
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*No. 1 ''Gadabout Coins Revisited'' (1998, revised edition 2000) ([[Two in the Hand and One In The Pocket]])
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*No. 2 ''Sudden Death Gypsy Curse'' (1998, revised edition 2000) ([[Gypsy Curse]])
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*No. 3 ''[[Tony Chaudhuri]]'s Feminine Side'' (1998, revised edition 2000) ([[Out of This World]])
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*No. 4 ''Butch, Ringo, and the Sheep'' (1998, revised edition 2002) ([[Modern Coin Magic|Thieves and Sheep]])
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*No. 5 ''Hornswoggled Again!'' (1998, revised edition 2001) ([[Stars of Magic|Bamboozle]])
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*No. 6 ''Owed to Poker Dan'' (1998, revised edition 2001)
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*No. 7 ''Dixie!'' (1998, revised edition 2002) ([[Cups and Balls]])
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*No. 8 ''The Cursed Ring'' (1998, revised edition 2000) ([[Stars of Magic|Ring off Wand]])
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*No. 9 ''Fair and Sloppy'' (1998, revised edition 2002) ([[Slop Shuffle]])
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*No. 10 ''[[Charlie Miller]]'s Left-Handed Hank'' (1999, revised edition 2001)
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*No. 11 ''The Mechanical Deck'' (1999, revised edition 2001) ([[Haunted Deck|The Pack That Cuts Itself]])
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*No. 12 ''[[Paul Chosse]]'s Bar Bill Stunt'' (1999, revised edition 2001) ([[Bill Switch]])
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*No. 13 ''[[Senator Crandall]]'s Cut-Up Card Trick'' (2003)
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*No. 14 ''Four Squares and a Knot'' (2003) ([[Sympathetic Silks]])
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*No. 15 ''The Siamese Goose [[Egg Bag]]'' (2003)
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*No. 16 ''[[Ed Marlo]]'s Time Machine'' (2004)
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*No. 17 ''Second Finger Top Deal'' (2004)
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*No. 18 ''Xerox Money'' (2000) ([[Himber Wallet]])
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*No. 19 ''[[Milt Kort]]'s All-Outs [[Think of a Card|Think-of-a-Card]]'' (2005)
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*No. 20 ''[[Brother Hamman]]'s Final(ly) Aces'' (2006) ([[Ace Assembly]])
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*No. 22 ''[[Jim Bergstrom]]'s [[Paper Hat Tear|Hat Trick]]'' (2007)
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'''Unpublished'''
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*No. 21 ''That's the Spirit!''
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*No. 23 ''[[Bob Longe]]'s Worn Out Deck''
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*No. 24 ''[[Don Alan]]'s Sneaky [[Mental Photography Deck|Nudist]] Rides Again''
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'''Special Editions'''
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*''Don Alan's [[Devano Deck|Devano]] Card Rise'' (1999)
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*''The Chick Trick'' (2002)
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*''Basic Cups & Balls Technique'' (2004)
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*''The Complete Don Alan’s [[Chop Cup]]'' (2005)
  
 
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Revision as of 02:32, 27 December 2014

Ron Bauer
BornRonald Raymond Bauer
1938

CategoriesBooks by Ron Bauer

Ron Bauer (b. 1938) is founder of Mr. Trix Enterprises and has tricks published in several magazines.

The Ron Bauer Private Studies Series

This is a series of 24 annotated performance scripts. Originally published by John Luka Enterprises. Since late 1999, published by Sandra Kort at E-GADS (Electronic Graphic Art Design Studio).

Unpublished

Special Editions

  • Don Alan's Devano Card Rise (1999)
  • The Chick Trick (2002)
  • Basic Cups & Balls Technique (2004)
  • The Complete Don Alan’s Chop Cup (2005)

References