Write a review Ben This is, hands down, the best book on card technique that there is. It just is. David Prepare to dedicate your life to this book! I am not kidding! Be warned though, only serious magicians should study this.
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Each chapter covers a different section of sleight-of-hand card technique with the exception of 3 chapters on false deals and 2 on estimation.
What convinced me to buy this was the 3 chapters on false deals, one on side steals, and one on multiple shifts as I was looking to learn those at the time. I was not disappointed. He writes how to do a sleight, then writes it again with a different method, then another and another and another etc. I believe the most I saw was seven different variations for the same sleight.
There are also many different sleights in each chapter i. This is material that you will need to spend months working on to get to a state that you can perform and get away with it but what do you expect with stuff like false deals? If you perform card magic, then this is an investment well worth the money. I use the side steal, second deal, and bottom deal all the time. Did this review help you? This is the go to source of gambler magic. Move monkeys rejoice 3 of 3 magicians found this helpful.
This book is full of card sleight goodness. Whenever I have a question about a card sleight I know there will be an answer in this true tome of magic. I would have to say it is one of the best purchases I have ever made. Do you want to respond to this review?