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'''Ted Biet''' is most well known for his prize-winning [[Rising Card]] effect.
 
'''Ted Biet''' is most well known for his prize-winning [[Rising Card]] effect.
  
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He moved to Holland around 1946 and was one of the editors of the Dutch magazine "[[Hocus]]" and a member of one of the oldest Dutch magic club '[[HANDS DOWN]]'.
 
He moved to Holland around 1946 and was one of the editors of the Dutch magazine "[[Hocus]]" and a member of one of the oldest Dutch magic club '[[HANDS DOWN]]'.
  
 
Biet contributed to [[Harry Lorayne]]'s [[Apocalypse]] and was on the [[Genii 1982 June]] cover.
 
Biet contributed to [[Harry Lorayne]]'s [[Apocalypse]] and was on the [[Genii 1982 June]] cover.
  
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Latest revision as of 20:56, 14 February 2014

Ted Biet

Cover of Genii (1982)
Born?
Former East Indies colonies of the Netherlands

Ted Biet is most well known for his prize-winning Rising Card effect.

Biography

He moved to Holland around 1946 and was one of the editors of the Dutch magazine "Hocus" and a member of one of the oldest Dutch magic club 'HANDS DOWN'.

Biet contributed to Harry Lorayne's Apocalypse and was on the Genii 1982 June cover.


References