A collection of memorized deck magic.
"Don’t let the subtitle 'A Collection of Memorized-Deck Magic' fool you: this book is of tremendous value to anyone who’s interested in clever, artful card magic – regardless of whether or not you ever use a memorized deck."
— Simon Aronson
"In the first years after 'Mnemonica' there were many contributions in form of ideas and tricks by many magicians, but without a doubt, the most coherent and creative corpus, the most distinct and profound work were the effects created and published by Pit."
— Juan Tamariz
"What are you waiting for?
Buy this book."
— John Lovick, Genii Magazine
"I will make this a short review: You need this book; you’ll love this book; you’ll learn from this book; and you’ll add routines from this book to your repertoire. That’s it. Close the magazine, get on the Internet, and buy a copy.«
"In Order to Amaze packs into its 252 pages more useful, thoughtful, ingenious content than a thousand one-trick DVDs."
"In Order to Amaze is extraordinary. I give it my highest recommendation."
— Michael Close
"Nothing short of exceptional."
"I have seen Pit perform many of these in person – all jaw-dropping effects that leave even veteran magicians clapping and whistling."
"If you use any stack at all, this will help you get the most out of it."
"An outstanding addition to your library."
— Rolando Santos, The Linking Ring
In Order to Amaze the most cutting edge memorized deck work since Mnemonica.
Pit carries two decks when performing, one shuffled, one stacked. Card Fictions represents the magic that Pit performs with a normal deck and In Order to Amaze represents Pit’s memorized work. This is the work of a master. It is not often that you have this kind of access to material of this caliber!
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