Bob Farmer – The Bammo Tarodiction Toolbox (limited product) + Addendum 1-8
THE BAMMO TARODICTION TOOLBOX
A New Breakthrough In Magic Methodology
“Bob Farmer’s Bammo Tarodiction Toolbox is both a great trick and a genuinely new method for secretly arranging cards quickly, accurately, and right in front of the spectators’ noses.”
—Matthew Field, Magic Book Author and Editor
“Within magic, no mind approaches Bob Farmer’s. Outside magic, Machiavelli came close. The evidence is presented in ‘The Bammo Tarodiction Toolbox.’”
“… brilliant and stimulating …”
—Nick Pudar, Stackview.com
“About what you’d expect from the guy whom invented that stupid little hand trick.”
Completely new and flabbergasting effects with Tarot and Bicycle cards.
A mysterious message that Aleister Crowley, occultist and Satanist, wrote in 1947 (and then immediately thereafter slumped over dead), here finally explained.
The appearance of impossible poker hands (odds of success, one in over one trillion, three hundred billion, but you beat those odds).
A method for stacking a deck in Mnemonica or Aronson order or Stebbins order (or any order!) that takes less than two and half minutes to complete (there is no faster method).
A revolutionary new method for marking cards.
Indispensable for card guys and mentalists. Not suitable for gospel magicians. No sleights. All self-working. No thought required. No calculations required. Wide applications to many other areas. Satisfaction guaranteed or I’ll apologize.
That’s all I’m saying. Let’s keep this exclusive.
BONUS: ALSO INCLUDES, TSUNAMI, THE LONG UNAVAILABLE GAMBLING/THINK OF A CARD MANUSCRIPT UNIVERSALLY PRAISED BY THOSE WHO PRAISE UNIVERSALLY. “… TSUNAMI, the best damn card trick since OUT OF THIS WORLD! My congratulations and admiration.”
—Dennis Marks “…(A) … collection of unusual mental/gambling routines based on ingenious principles that some top names have raved about, and been badly fooled with …. The magician that bothers to learn … (Tsunami) … will have an anywhere-anytime game of Psychic Poker … that will destroy the laymen.”—Jeff Busby, Magical Arts Journal