The United States Playing Card Company, makers of Bicycle brand playing cards, brings you this comprehensive guide to over 250 card games. Complete with a history of playing cards, advice on choosing a card game, and 'bet-
"This book is a perfect way to start off the new century. I have tried many of these routines in front of real people and can attest to their greatness. This book has something for everyone, whether you are a beginner or an accomplished sleight-of-hand
Prolific card trick chronicler and creator, Glenn Gravatt, offers 50 card tricks that work themselves. No set-ups, no sleights, no fake cards, tricks that are really impromptu. Plus, almost all can be performed with a borrowed deck.
In this book you will find 50 more of the finest creations of card magic ever made, from such noted magical inventors as Dai Vernon, Gerald Kosky, Bob Hummer, Eddie Joseph, Stewart James, Ed Marlo, Ralph Hull, Jack Miller, Franci
50 card tricks that, even though they require no sleight of hand, are more mystifying than sleight of hand tricks. Outstanding items are: Ralph Hull's famous Joker Spelling Trick and also his Brain Teaser,
This booklet has been designed to teach you many of the basic principles associated with card magic. With a little practice and a deck of cards, you'll soon be destroying your audience with mind blowing card effects.
Presentation is where it's at. The connection between you and the audience is the true source of real magic. Gone are the "Put and Take" so called "presentations" of so called "magic." How do you connect with your audience? How
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
Pure Aldo…Contents Include: New routines. Totally impromptu. Using just a regular deck of cards. Very easy to do. CONTRIBUTORS: Jack Avis, Gene Castillon, Aldo Colombini, Peter Duffie, Karl Fulves,
During Anthony Brahams' early child and youth years in magic he was never happy with the card magic available for newcomers. Then, in his twenties, he bought an Al Leech book and at last felt he was performing 'good'