Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks

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Courier Corporation, 1999 - 312 páginas
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Hundreds of tricks devised by one of the leading magicians of the early 20th century — from relatively complex maneuvers involving mathematical calculation and the discovery of a chosen card, to such simple sleights of hand as "The Traveling Ace" and "Putting the King and Queen to Bed." Fascinating, clearly illustrated material for amateurs and professionals alike.

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Simple Methods of Discovering a Chosen Card
1
Discovering One Card Chosen from Seven or Eight
7
The Step
13
The Revolution Change Through the Pack
20
Jerking the Pack Out of Hand
21
To Cut the Pack at the Chosen Card
23
Nailing Chosen Card to the Door
24
The Card Found at Any Number
25
The Chosen Card Changes to a Box of Matches
175
The Mechanical Changing Pip Card
177
Changing and Enlarging the Card
180
The Card Changes to a Die
181
The Chosen Card Appears Between Two Others on a Thread
182
An Ace Changes to a Three and Vice Versa
183
The Sticking Pack of Cards 48 The Electric Pack of Cards 184
184
Producing a Pack of Cards from an Empty Glass
185

The Pack Cut into Four Heaps
26
Catching Two Selected Cards
27
At Any Number Chosen by the Audience
28
One of Three Dealt on the Table 29 25 Knocking the Pack Out of Hand
29
Various Simple Tricks with Cards 1 The Four Robbers
30
The Three Robbers and the Constable 32 3 Three Aces Separated Come Together
32
The False Count
33
Two Cards Placed in the Centre of the Pack Found on Top
34
The Travelling Ace
35
The Simple Four Ace Trick
37
Two Aces Separated Come Together
40
A Card Thought of Discovers Another One Freely Chosen but Lost in the Pack
41
To Vanish One of Five Cards
42
With the Half Card
43
Several Cards Pass Through a Book
44
Inseparable Kings and Queens
45
Naming a Card in One Packet by Looking at One in Another
46
Sighting the Index of the Drawn Card
47
The Slip Change
49
A Subtle Deal to Find the Chosen Card
50
Inseparable Sevens
51
Queens Digging for Diamonds
52
The Roadside Inn
53
Card TricksCalculation 1 The Transposed Cards
54
Placed at Any Number from Top
56
The Spots on Card Indicate Number of Cards Secretly Added to Pack
57
Any Number of Cards Dealt Face Upwards to Discover One Chosen 58 6 To Produce a Card at Any Number
58
The Twentyseven Cards
60
A Reversed Count Brings Card to Any Position
61
To Name the Total Value of Several Chosen Cards
62
Thirtyone Simple Version
63
The Clock 65 14 The Clockwith Ten Cards
65
To Detect Chosen Card Amongst Thirtyfive
66
The Square of Twentyfive Cards
67
The Magic Triplets
68
Another Method for No 20
69
To Discover One of Two Cards Removed from Fiftytwo
70
To Discover Names of Three Cards Chosen by Three Different People
71
To Discover Card or Cards Amongst Sixteen After the Fourth Deal
72
To Discover Value of Two Cards Drawn from the Pack of Fiftytwo Without Seeing Any Cards
73
The Mysterious Addition 31 Odd or Even
74
To Discover the Respective Holders of Three Cards or Objects
75
The Numerical Shuffle 76 36 The Transposed Cards
76
The Transposed Cards and MindReading
77
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78
At Any Number from the Top
79
Thirtyone
80
The Position of Card Amongst Ten
82
Two Packs Shuffled and Card Found in Same Position in Each
83
Placing the Chosen Card at Any Number
84
Card TricksArrangement 1 Arrangement of a Whist Pack
85
Margerys Arrangement for a Piquet Pack
86
Changing the Pack
87
To Cut an Odd or Even Number
88
Rapid Memorization ? of Half the Pack
91
The Twentyseven Card Trick without a Key
97
Special Arrangement of Whist Pack and Tricks with Same
104
Card Tricks Using Confederates
110
Card Reading
115
Arranged Pack 116 115 2 The Bottom Card Simple
116
Round Convex Mirror 117 5 Reflection in the Eye ?
117
Subtle Reading of the Index
118
The Index Removed from One End of the Pack
121
Card Tricks Using Special Printed Cards
122
Two Cards One in Each Hand Change Places
123
The Cagliostro or Balsamo Card Trick
124
Any Card from the Pocket
126
A Lightning Change
128
Two Cards Pass from One Plate to Another
130
NoxEmAll
131
The Sphinx Card Trick
132
Papel Blanco
135
Will o the Wisp
137
Contrario Aces
138
Cremation and Confetti
139
The Yogi Wonder
140
The Princess Card Trick
141
The ThreeCard Trick 28 Pickitout
143
The Best Ever Card Trick
144
Clevelands Presto Fly Card Trick
145
The Spotter or Educated Die
146
The Surprise Card Trick
147
Edwards Dioramic Pack
148
Pippin
150
The Twelve Ubiquitous Court Cards
151
Substitution of a Trick Set for Ordinary Cards
152
Mechanical and Other Prepared Cards 1 Aces versus Kings
154
Three Cards Appear on a Borrowed Hat
157
The Card Appears on an Arm
158
The Card Envelope and Handkerchief Combination
159
The Card Thrown on a Silk Hat Jumps Up and Stands on One End
160
The Mysterious Chain of Cards
161
The Simple Throwing of a Card
162
The Card Disappears from a Glass of Water
164
The Card Disappears from an Empty Glass
165
The Three of Diamonds Changes to Two
166
The Two of Hearts Changes to the Two of Spades
167
Got Em All Beat
169
The Card through a Hat 170 25 The Card in a Bottle
170
The Ink Card
171
The Envelope Changes to the Chosen Card
172
The Vanishing Pips
173
The Reunited Card 174 30 The Card on a Ribbon
174
The Chosen Card Is Found Printed on a Plain Card Placed in a Glass Tumbler 53 The Four Ace Trick
186
New Precipitation
187
DeLands TwoCard Monte
188
A New Protean or Chameleon Pack
189
The Five of Diamonds Changes to the Five of Spades
190
Forcing Packs and Tricks with Same
191
Pack to Force Three Cards Together
192
The Ruffle Force with an Ordinary Pack
193
The Slip Force
194
The Fin de Siècle Forcing Pack of Cards
195
The AeDiTseTal Forcing Pack
196
The Svengali Wonder Forcing Pack
197
The Double Forcing Pack
198
The Triple Forcing Pack
200
The Forcing and Selfshifting Pack
201
The Forcing Pack that May Be Genuinely Shuffled
202
The Key Card Forcing and Selfshifting Pack
203
Three Persons Select the Same Card
205
Besauté Stripper and Cornered Packs
208
Two Chosen Cards Found Together
221
Principles of Sleight of Hand
222
The DoubleHanded Pass 2 Stanyons Pass in Connection with Sleeves
223
Cutting the Bottom of the Pack to the Left
224
The Change Packet Pass
225
The Drop Rear Packet Pass
226
Bottom Packet Around Upper to the Right
227
The Diagonal Palm Pass Right Hand
228
The Diagonal Palm Pass Left Hand
229
ONEHANDED METHODS OF MAKING THE PASS 13 Drop the Bottom Half from the Thumb
230
Charlier Pass Under the Top Card
233
Upright OneHanded Pass
234
The Bridge Pass First Method
235
The Bridge Pass Third Method
236
Various Methods of Palming Cards
237
Palming the Top Card by Drawing It Towards the Person
238
Returning the Card or Cards to the Top of the Pack
239
Lateral Slide of the Top Card to the Right
240
Palming Cards with Rearward ColourChange Sleight
241
Palming the Bottom Card Across the Left Hand
242
Palming the Bottom Card Ordinary Position in the Left Hand
243
Magical Production of a Full Pack of Cards
244
Palming and Reproducing Cards After Springing the Pack from Hand to Hand
246
Palming in Connection with Pulling Up the Sleeves Production from Left Elbow
247
Palming Cards in the Left Hand from the Bottom of the Pack
248
Masking the Palm with the Balance of the Pack
249
Passing the Fiftytwo Cards Up the Sleeves
251
The Card Thought of Is Removed and Replaced in the Pack
252
Various Methods of Changing Cards
254
Stanyons Method of Masking the Top Change
255
The Mexican Turn Over Change
257
Changing the Card by Rubbing It on the Sleeve
258
A New Top ChangeVariation
259
Changing the Card with Forward ColourChange Sleight
260
Passing the Bottom Face Card to the Rear of the Pack
261
VARIOUS CHANGES APART FROM THE PACK 14 To Change One Card Without the Pack
262
To Change a Number of Cards
263
The Excelsior Change for One Card
264
The Revolution Change
265
Changing the Pack at the Breast Pockets
266
Either One of Three Cards Is the Chosen One
267
Various Methods of Forcing Cards
269
Simple and Conclusive Mathematical Method
270
Forcing a Card with One Hand
271
Forcing a Card by Count and SecondDealing
273
Forcing the Choice of One of the Three Cards on the Table
274
The Ruffle Force with an Ordinary Pack
275
The Slip Force
276
False Shuffles and Cuts 1 The Horizontal Shuffle
277
The Riffle Shuffle Genuine
278
The Bridge and Cut Shuffle
279
Simple Horizontal Shuffle for One or Several Cards
280
To Retain the Top CardOverhand Shuffle
281
To Retain the Top and Bottom StockOverhand Shuffle
282
To Retain the Order of the Whole PackOverhand Shuffle
283
Overhand Shuffling a Card to Any Position
284
Retaining the Top and Bottom CardsOverhand Shuffle
285
Retaining the Top StockOverhand Shuffle
286
False Cut to Retain the Bottom Stock
288
Genuine Cut Neutralised by Jog and Palming
289
Riffle Shuffle for Paired Pack
290
Miscellaneous Sleights with Cards 1 How to Make the Ruffle
291
The Slip Change
292
To Glimpse the Chosen Card
293
To Draw Back a Card
294
The False Count 295 9 The False Count Second Method
295
Ornamental Sleights and Flourishes 291 296 1 Springing the Cards from One Hand to the Other
296
Palming Cards when Reversing the Pack in the Same Hand
297
Changing the Face Card of the Pack
298
Colour Change Suiting Actions to Words
299
Cards Thrown from the Left Arm and Caught in the Left Hand
300
Revolution on the Table 301 300
301
Balancing the Pack on Endon the Back of the Hand
302
Catching the Pack from the Elbow
304
A Card Thrown Returns and Is Severed by Scissors
305
The Falling Ribbon of Cards
306
Catching Two Heaps of Cards from the Back of the Hand
307
OneHanded Pass Against Left Hip
309
Subtle Overhand Shuffle
310
Subtle Force with a Dinner Knife 311 31 An Exciting Drop from the Back of the Hand
311
Tearing a Pack of Cards in Half
312
BIBLIOGRAPHY
313
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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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