200 Magic Tricks Anyone Can Do (Google eBook)

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Citadel Press, 1983 - Games - 232 pages
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Every year, magic gains popularity because it offers more rewards than almost any other hobby. The time spent learning and practicing tricks is a pastime in itself.
  

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Contents

BAFFLERS
1
Take It Away4 The Coin Guess5 The Bill and
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Drink the Water14 Take It Off15 Jump Over
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Box Toss19 The Lighter End20 Twelve Thousand
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Trick3 Topsy Turvy Match Pack9 The Balanced
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CARD LOCATIONS
47
CARD DISCOVERIES
74
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About the author (1983)

Blackstone is one of the great magicians of the 20th century.

Walter Gibson was one of the most prolific writers ever, best known for his work on the pulp fiction character, The Shadow, but also producing classic works in a number of fields, including gambling and horseracing titles. This original work, written for the Gambler's Book Club, has been republished in various titles through the years, and remains a classic with much sought-after information that is still valid today.

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