Side Steal

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A sleight that allows to "steal" a card simply peeked by a spectator.
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'''Side Steal''' is a sleight that allows for  "stealing" a card which was simply peeked by a spectator.
  
First description in [[The Art of Magic]] (1909) attributed to [[Nate Leipzig]] and named ''The Side Slip (steal)'' (page 142, [[Dover]] Edition 1980)
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One of the first description was published in [[The Art of Magic]] ([[1909]]) attributed to [[Nate Leipzig]] and named ''The Side Slip (steal)'' (page 142, [[Dover]] Edition 1980.)
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==References==
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* [[Side Steal (Book)]]
  
 
[[Category:Card Sleights]]
 
[[Category:Card Sleights]]

Latest revision as of 19:47, 22 July 2012

Side Steal is a sleight that allows for "stealing" a card which was simply peeked by a spectator.

One of the first description was published in The Art of Magic (1909) attributed to Nate Leipzig and named The Side Slip (steal) (page 142, Dover Edition 1980.)

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