More Self-working Card Tricks: 88 Foolproof Card Miracles for the Amateur Magician

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Dover Publications, 1984 - Games - 136 pages
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Card magic has captivated man for many centuries. Today, it remains the most popular area of legerdemain, accounting for half of all tricks performed by magicians.
Now Karl Fulves, noted writer in the field of magic, has compiled a new treasury of foolproof card tricks, the definitive sequel to his popular Self-Working Card Tricks. This book contains a wealth of new material — captivating and baffling card wizardry that will amaze your audience and astonish even accomplished magicians.
Fulves shows you how to perform such classic card maneuvers as Miraskil, The Open Prediction, Flip Top and The Jaks Two-Deck Trick. Clear, easy-to-follow directions, complemented by 96 instructive illustrations, help guide the novice through each trick.
Chapters on special areas of card magic and technique include: Impromptu Card Tricks; Two-Deck Card Tricks; Telephone Tricks; Telepathy with Cards; Riffle-Shuffle Setups; and Gambling Secrets.
Neither great dexterity nor long hours of practice are required to master tricks offered in this collection — all succeed instantly by virtue of the step-by-step instructions.
Discover how this rich assortment of self-working tricks will mystify and delight friends and relatives — anyone intrigued by the ancient appeal of "card magic."

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Contents

IMPROMPTU CARD TRICKS
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Computer Dating
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The Dating Game
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Copyright

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Karl Fulves is one of the most respected authorities in the field of magic. For over 40 years, he has written hundreds of books on the subject and taught the art of illusion to thousands of people of all ages. This legendary figure also edited and published such magazines as Epilogue and The Pallbearers Review.

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