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Simple, easy-to-follow instructions and 105 figure drawings show how to execute more than 35 amazing card tricks using such ordinary items as a handkerchief, notepaper, piece of string, candle, and a deck of cards. Beginners will soon be performing remarkable feats iincluding The Thirty Card Trick, A False Riffle Shuffle, and more.
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Overview


Simple, easy-to-follow instructions and 105 figure drawings show how to execute more than 35 amazing card tricks using such ordinary items as a handkerchief, notepaper, piece of string, candle, and a deck of cards. Beginners will soon be performing remarkable feats iincluding The Thirty Card Trick, A False Riffle Shuffle, and more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486154244
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 3/7/2012
  • Series: Dover Magic Books
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 1,319,142
  • File size: 5 MB

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Author's Foreword xi
Part 1 From The Magic of the Hands
Chapter 1. Some Useful Card Sleights I Have Proved Effective 1
The "Pass"
"E.V." Colour Change
"E.V." Invisible Double Lift
A New Glide
A One-Handed Force
The "Book" Return
Sighting the Top Card
A Substitute for the "In-Jog."
Chapter 2. Card Problems 12
Supreme Control
The Expert Deal
A Royal Exchange
"Sign, Please!"
The "Deo-Ace" Trick
The Thirty Card Trick
Part 2 From More Magic of the Hands
Chapter 3. Further Card Sleights and Their Uses 33
The "Pass" Again!
Kings and Tens Effect
The "E.V." semi-circular Colour Change
A New Colour Change Card Trick
A Move for the "Rising Cards" (sleight-of-hand method)
"Face-to-Face" Pack Effects (two methods)
A "Fan" Card Change
A "Quick" Reversed Card Trick
A False Riffle Shuffle
Chapter 4. More Card Problems 54
The Cards and Handkerchief Effect
The Four Mental Cards
The Sense of Touch
The Magnetized Cards (sleight-of-hand method)
Part 3 From Further Magic of the Hands
Chapter 5. Sleights and Aids in Card Work 71
An Invisible Palm
The Diagonal-Palm Shift as an Aid to the Rising Card Trick
A Useful Envelope for the Card in Cigarette Effect
Switching a Pack
Chapter 6. Some Fresh Card Effects 81
The Haunted Pack
A Miracle Burnt and Restored Card
The Awkward Ace
"Do As I Do"
New Pocket-to-Pocket Effect
Veneri's Card Trick
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