All routines in this book are card effects and can be performed with a regular deck of cards. Only for one effect will you need an additional regular card. Five effects are totally impromptu and can be performed with
A Cut Above is a joyful exploration of one-handed cuts created or documented by Msgr. Vincent Foy, a pioneer of the modern movement of card flourishes. His contributions on this subject that appeared initially in The Linking Ring
Volume 2 of Ed Marlo's classic series, Revolutionary Card Technique. Based on the theme of palming off cards while cards are in action. All possible variations, embellishments, enlargements and subdivisions of these fascinating techniques are addressed.
The Art of Playing Cards is your tour guide to a standard deck. This handbook covers the classic skills, tricks, and games you'll need to become an expert card shark. There's something about opening a new pack of cards. It doesn't
Arturo De Ascanio of Madrid, Spain started the whole business. His original manuscript, dated December of 1970 and typed in Spanish, was given to Mike Rogers (through the persuasion of Del Cartier) to be published in M-U-M.
Volume 12 of Ed Marlo's classic series, Revolutionary Card Technique. Original methods for switching a card or cards. A new subject in card magic. 125 illustrations, 70 pages.
This 15-page saddle-stitched booklet gives a full description of the very useful and utilitarian jog shuffle, enhanced by 10 illustrations. Complete with tips, hints and applications. "Why on earth am I writing a book (or,
A Book of Basic Card Technique by Jerry Mentzer. This modern-day classic of card magic details the: Double Undercut, Biddle Move, Hamman Count, Oiram Subtlety, Downs Change, Elmsley Count, Jordan Count, Buckle Count, Ascanio Spread and much more! Clear
Volume 6 of Ed Marlo's classic series, Revolutionary Card Technique. A most comprehensive treatise on the Far Shuffle. 72 illustrations.
Finding the Center is a treatise on the world's most elusive sleight: the center deal. Often talked about and seldom attempted, this move has become the stuff of legends. Seemingly from nowhwere, Italian author