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Item #: 716 -
Several hundred card tricks explained in short formats. A good book for accomplished card magicians who want to add a few more tricks to their bag. 402 pgs, paperback, 1979
DOVER PUBLICATIONS INC.
Item #: 780 -
Master the art of illusion with this collection of 183 easy-to-learn card tricks, accompanied by 197 illustrations. Drawn from two popular books by the bestselling magician, it's perfect for amateurs - and professionals who want to increase their repertoire. Mystify friends with everything from shuffle setups to card telepathy, using coins, telephones and other props. 136 Pgs. 2009
Item #: 9780883855270 -
Explores the interconnections between these seemingly unrelated topics. Written for undergraduate math, computer science and electrical engineer majors, it is accessible to magicians who want to understand the mathematics of card shuffling. A fun book that looks at: the Perfect shuffle, Order of Shuffles, Shuffle Groups, Generalizing the Perfect Shuffle, and Dynamic Computer Memories. These categories include things like the stay-stack principle; moving cards in a deck; out-shuffling; and...
DOVER PUBLICATIONS INC.
Item #: 1723 -
155 of Scarne's professional card tricks, none of which require sleight of hand dexterity, are presented in detail. Instructions and diagrams include Blackstone's Card Trick Without Cards, Houdini's Card on the Ceiling, Carlyle's Piano Card Trick, Milton Berle's Quickie Card Deal, Scarne's own Drunken Poker Deal, Knockout Card Trick, and more. 308 pgs, paperback, 2003
Item #: 616043914176 -
Tricks where selected cards find themsleves. A short collection of older and little-used card tricks collected by Menard, many requiring your deck to be stacked to a particular sequence to make an audience member's selected card appear. 52 Pgs. 2006
Item #: 4512 -
Indispensable book for magicians, containing many methods and sleights not found in other standard books. 68 illustrations. 348 Pgs. 1980
Item #: 9411 -
This sheet is three of Marlo's methods for the bottom deal; which he published under the pseudonym Manuel Pedro in the 1940s. Laurie Ireland met Manuel Pedro on a trip to Cuba. He was very skilled in cards, especially when money was involved. He did not mind demonstrating his ability for a price. Mr. Ireland made notes on the work, and back home had Marlo edit it. The Havana Deal, named for its birthplace, exposes three methods of a gambler's bottom deal. Very interesting sleight of hand for...
Item #: 9414 -
Over a dozen strictly impromptu tricks you will enjoy using. Many have pattern included. Illustrated 24 Pgs. 1993