This short but sneaky version of the Cups and Balls is a good way to get acquainted with the essential handling and presenting of this classic of magic. "This is well illustrated and as the late Milt Kort said, " This is one versions I've ever seen."
A classic routine for the Cups & Balls as performed by Burtini. Contents include: Foreword, Effect, Requirements: 3 standard cups, 4 small cork balls, three apples, one lemon, a wand, and a table. Sleights: four sleights used--The Ball Steal,
Magicians have dreamed of performing the classic Cup and Ball routine with crystal clear cups, but it took a challenge from magician Don Lamb to inspire Jeffery Campbell and Ronald Dayton to find a solution. They became
Contains over 100 ideas, tricks, routines and novelties with the Cups and Balls. Contains over 40 illustrations, engravings, and photos. Includes the original Mohammed Bey routines and three authentic East Indian Cup Routines. For beginners and experts
For centuries, the Cups & Balls has fascinated audiences and magicians alike. The trick has been featured by nearly every great performer in the history of the art, in nearly every venue, from street corners to Broadway theaters. It is likely the most p
This is the encyclopedia of cups and balls magic--the book where you find everything on it. The book begins with the simple sleights and moves, and takes you in easy stages through the whole calendar of sleights and subtleties--every art and artifice, ol
This booklet covers all the basic moves for the classic Cups & Balls effect such as: the vanish, false loading, real loading, secret loading, and loading fruit, live chicks, or white mice. In addition, the routines include
At last a book has been written that not only details a variety of Cups & Balls moves, but the how and why of their working. Penned by Merlyn T. Shute, his analytical method of teaching (which is now becoming widely recognized) makes learning easier, qui
The classic cups & Balls as performed by the master himself…Dai Vernon. This is probably the best-known routine for Cups & Balls ever devised, and is skillfully described including numerous illustrations.
This is the second in a series of classic routines that Reed McClintock uses in the real world. If you are familiar with Mr. McClintock's "The McClintock Twist", the "Knuckle Busters" series on coin magic, or any of his videos or