Columnist Poker Chip Trickster Rich Ferguson

 

Richard Ferguson

Rich Ferguson is the newest columnist for Bluff magazine — a publication dedicated to poker players. Go figure. We thought it was for those who love to visit the steep fall-offs along rivers or lakes.

But more importantly, he is a magician and a poker advisor. To us, it is more important that he is a magician first. This young man has chops. He has been just about everywhere, done so many types of shows, and still looks too young to buy a beer at an IBM post-show party.

Mr. Ferguson wants to bring magic to the new column. “I bring some entertainment, style and ex-psyche-ment to the poker table. Having a regular column in Bluff magazine allows me to illustrate to poker players worldwide the versatility and appeal of chip tricks and other poker stunts.”

Mr. Ferguson is a long-time poker player and claims to be the World Record Holder for coin rolling. We thought we held that title until we realized one was required to keep the coin rolling on one’s hand. This was a set-back but did keep us from choking to the point of gagging as much. It also encouraged people to take their coin back from us after the demonstration.

Bluff seeks out poker players of all levels and boasts a circulation of about 200,000.

Mr. Ferguson will not only teach tricks with poker chips but he conveniently sells them on his expertly designed website. We love on-line magic tricks and think Mr. Ferguson’s site has the best collection we’ve seen in a while. Check out the Fido animated mind reading effect.

(Don’t think us too obsessive but he uses black and white superbly on his site. Very well assembled, easy to navigate, not too many plug-ins or gimmicks. Classy, black and white).

Check out Mr. Ferguson’s website for some neat poker chip tricks and other magical pastimes. You can visit Chip Tricks on-line to check out the DVD, Chip Tricks and other accoutrement. We understand dealer’s inquiries are welcome for wholesale purchase of the effects and media.

Today’s issue of Bluff is the first for this promising young magician. Good luck to you, Mr. Ferguson.

 

Richard Ferguson

Rich Ferguson is the newest columnist for Bluff magazine — a publication dedicated to poker players. Go figure. We thought it was for those who love to visit the steep fall-offs along rivers or lakes.

But more importantly, he is a magician and a poker advisor. To us, it is more important that he is a magician first. This young man has chops. He has been just about everywhere, done so many types of shows, and still looks too young to buy a beer at an IBM post-show party.

Mr. Ferguson wants to bring magic to the new column. “I bring some entertainment, style and ex-psyche-ment to the poker table. Having a regular column in Bluff magazine allows me to illustrate to poker players worldwide the versatility and appeal of chip tricks and other poker stunts.”

Mr. Ferguson is a long-time poker player and claims to be the World Record Holder for coin rolling. We thought we held that title until we realized one was required to keep the coin rolling on one’s hand. This was a set-back but did keep us from choking to the point of gagging as much. It also encouraged people to take their coin back from us after the demonstration.

Bluff seeks out poker players of all levels and boasts a circulation of about 200,000.

Mr. Ferguson will not only teach tricks with poker chips but he conveniently sells them on his expertly designed website. We love on-line magic tricks and think Mr. Ferguson’s site has the best collection we’ve seen in a while. Check out the Fido animated mind reading effect.

(Don’t think us too obsessive but he uses black and white superbly on his site. Very well assembled, easy to navigate, not too many plug-ins or gimmicks. Classy, black and white).

Check out Mr. Ferguson’s website for some neat poker chip tricks and other magical pastimes. You can visit Chip Tricks on-line to check out the DVD, Chip Tricks and other accoutrement. We understand dealer’s inquiries are welcome for wholesale purchase of the effects and media.

Today’s issue of Bluff is the first for this promising young magician. Good luck to you, Mr. Ferguson.

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