Double Lift

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A Double Lift is a sleight by which two cards are "lifted" and shown as a single card.
 
A Double Lift is a sleight by which two cards are "lifted" and shown as a single card.
  
The '''concept''' was first described in [[The Merry Companion; or Delights for the Ingenious]] written by [[Richard Neve]] in 1716 inder the Title ''To Fein to Change the Top Card of the pack to Another'', page 141.
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The '''concept''' was first described in [[The Merry Companion; or Delights for the Ingenious]] written by [[Richard Neve]] in 1716 under the Title ''To Fein to Change the Top Card of the pack to Another'', page 141.
  
 
[[Category:Card Sleights]]
 
[[Category:Card Sleights]]

Revision as of 10:11, 9 November 2008

A Double Lift is a sleight by which two cards are "lifted" and shown as a single card.

The concept was first described in The Merry Companion; or Delights for the Ingenious written by Richard Neve in 1716 under the Title To Fein to Change the Top Card of the pack to Another, page 141.

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