Originally published in 1902, The Expert at the Card Table is now considered the bible of card technique. Students and scholars have coveted its contents for over a century. Although there have
Every magician, everywhere in the world, comes to the same realization: if you do card work you MUST know something about Texas Hold 'Em. Many magicians develop entire routines (careers even) around the theme of gambling. Other
An absolute expert in card manipulation, Ireland brings you here authoritative instruction on bottom and second dealing, a gambling routine, and instruction on the false count. This is ideal material because it is very fully illustrated with line drawing
All in all, the magic is magical. The comedy is funny. The methods are inspired, and inspiring. I don't know what more you could ask for from a book, but whatever it is, you don't need it. Buy this book and enjoy it.--Curtis Kam.
Micky MacDougall, the Card Detective, brings you three of his finest routines in this new combined edition. Micky's Perfect Poker Deal gives the winning hand to the performer four times in a row, after a legitimate
It's not what you think. This is not a reprint of our 1984 edition of Revelations, Dai Vernon's legendary annotations for The Expert at the Card Table by S.W. Erdnase. This new, over-size book was triggered by the
The fifth volume of Nick Trost's Subtle Card Creations continues with a wealth of new material - effective and subtle card effects - designed to entertain and baffle spectators. There are over 100 tricks in 12 chapters, including: Gambling
What's daub? Well, daub is a tiny smear of any greasy substance that will create a distinct mark on a card. Once the card is marked in a deck, many tricks are possible. Gamblers often use daub with a tiny trace of gilt paint worked into it, so the smea