Eye Count

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A false count with a packet of three cards, designed to hide one card while apparently showing all three.
 
A false count with a packet of three cards, designed to hide one card while apparently showing all three.
  
Developed by Edward Victor for his E-Y-E routine in a trick marketed in 1955. Also known as the Victor Count.
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Developed by [[Edward Victor]] for his E-Y-E routine in a trick marketed in [[1952]]. Also known as the Victor Count.
  
 
[[Alex Elmsley]] later adapted it to create his [[Ghost Count]].
 
[[Alex Elmsley]] later adapted it to create his [[Ghost Count]].
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==References==
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* [[The Magic of Edward Victor's Hands]], page 41, compiled by [[Rae Hammond]] (1995)
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[[Category:False Counts]]
 
[[Category:False Counts]]

Latest revision as of 12:11, 8 November 2010

A false count with a packet of three cards, designed to hide one card while apparently showing all three.

Developed by Edward Victor for his E-Y-E routine in a trick marketed in 1952. Also known as the Victor Count.

Alex Elmsley later adapted it to create his Ghost Count.

References

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