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I'm here to announce two brand new videos and a discount for my Victorious Triumph DVD!

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Brand new: I have two new videos up! If you have ever wanted to learn the elusive One-Handed Shuffle, you are in luck! Second, if you like visual coin magic, my Glitch in the Matrix looks like trick photography, yet only utilizes four normal coins and cards!

Introductory Bundle Discount: If you purchase One-Handed Shuffle and my Glitch in the Matrix simultaneously, I will take $10 off the total! Instead of $25, you pay only $15! Just use this discount code (by July 26, 2019) during checkout: matrixshuffle

New:
My Victorious Triumph DVD! I've sold Victorious Triumph, my Cards Across and my brand new Victorious Assembly to Meir Yedid, who is one of the nicest magicians I have ever met! He has released these three routines on one DVD. I have limited quantities available, and the DVD includes the gimmicks that will allow you to effortlessly perform my creations. Just read these quotes:

A diabolically clever method. This Triumph will fool anyone. I love it. —Bill Malone

I can’t tell you the first time I ever saw Jim’s version of the Cards Across, but I can tell you I have used it ever since he shared it with me. It is a modern classic. —Michael Weber

The cost of the DVD plus postage is $35. However, if you use this discount code (victoriousdiscount) by July 26, 2019, the price drops down to $25, which includes postage and handling in the continental US!

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Reminders:

I still have a few Super Strong Super Simple DVDs available. As soon as my limited stock is sold, I will remove the page. So, if you are interested, get your copy soon! Watch the Super Strong Super Simple trailer here!

You can purchase my four and a half hour Penguin LIVE Lecture at a special price!

You can book a private online lesson here. On that page, you can watch a short video that Juan Tamariz made with me, as well as a demonstration of my camera setup. To take a lesson, all that is necessary is an internet connection, and video software, such as FaceTime or Skype. Have a look at the page, watch the videos and let me know what you think!

Enjoy!

Jim
Jim Krenz
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