Scarne on Card Tricks

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Penguin Publishing Group, 1986 - Games - 320 pages
Scarne, the world's number-one card wizard, reworked 155 classic card tricks to eliminate the need for sleight-of-hand. Simple instructions and clear diagrams illustrate Houdini's "Card on the Ceiling," Blackstone's "Card Trick Without Cards," Carlyle's "Piano Card Trick," Milton Berle's "Quickie Card Deal," and Scarne's own "Drunken Poker Deal" and "Knockout Card Trick."

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User Review  - MrJack - LibraryThing

The details and descriptions of all the tricks in this book were written by John Scarne. Many of the tricks are Scarne's own creations. Where a performer is listed, it indicates that he was the ... Read full review

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User Review  - airship - LibraryThing

I bought this book over twenty-five years ago. It was an old book even then, and I'm still learning from it. After all, John Scarne knows his cards. 'Scarne on Gambling' was the bible of gamblers for ... Read full review

Contents

publishers introduction
1
Calling the Cards
7
Dunningers Mental
13
Copyright

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