Difference between revisions of "Audley Walsh"
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|Born||Audley Valentine Walsh|
June 16, 1894
New York City, New York
|Died||June 19, 1957 (age 63) |
Englewood Hospital, Englewood, New Jersey
Audley Walsh (1894-1957) was a police officer and expert on gambling fraud. He had a large collection of gimmicked gambling apparatus.
During World War II, he served the military branch of the government at many military bases to expose and show how the men could be fleeced. He later lectured on the subject as "Rackets Are My Racket".
- Three Card Monte, Audley V. Walsh & John Scarne (1930)
- John Scarne Explains Why You Can't Win (a treatise on Three Card Monte) with John Scarne (1933).
- Sponge Ball Manipulation (1940)
- Rackets are my Rackets Lecture Notes (1952)
- Dice Dexterity (Deceptions) with Ed Mishell (1953)
- ↑ M-U-M, Vol. 44, No. 2, July 1954, Audley Walsh – Magician-of-the-Month by Leslie P. Guest, page 59
- ↑ Hugard's MAGIC Monthly, Vol. XV, No. 2, July 1957, BACKSTAGE with FRANK JOGLAR, Audley Walsh, page 14
- ↑ M-U-M, Vol. 47, No. 3, Aug 1957, BROKEN WAND, page 108
- The New Phoenix, No. 324, 1955, Reflections, by Audley Walsh, page 108
- The Linking Ring, Vol. 37, No. 6, August 1957, Broken Wand, Audley V. Walsh, by Don Rose, page 118
- Cover, The Linking Ring, Vol. 55, No. 10, October 1975, OUR COVER, Audley V. Walsh, by Wm. H. Douglass, page 64