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Thanks to Leipzig !

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Thanks to Leipzig !
AuthorVictor Farelli
PublisherGeorge Armstrong
Publication Date1948
LanguageEnglish
SeriesMagic Wand
Pages53
SubjectCard Magic
 

Reviewed in Genii 1949 March

Thanks to Leipzig!

The cleanest method of passing three freely selected cards from one packet to another, with a borrowed pack and without preparation

and

A Convincing Mental Effect

BOTH FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE MINUTEST DETAIL

by

VICTOR FARELLI


FOREWORD

by

GEORGE ARMSTRONG

Including

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES ON THE THIRTY CARD TRICK

and

A SHORT TREATISE ON FALSE COUNTING

ILLUSTRATED WITH FOURTEEN PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE AUTHOR’S HANDS

Contents

FRONTISPIECE: NATE LEIPZIG

FOREWORD by George Armstrong.

THE ROUTINE

  • The Requirements
  • The Assistants
  • Working and Presentation

SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES.

  • A. The 'Bluff’ False Count
  • B. The Standard False Count
  • C. Cards with Contrasting Backs
  • D. Selected Cards and Contrasting Backs
  • E. Choice of Packet to be Used
  • F. An Amusing Bit of Comedy

AS A MENTAL EFFECT

Is There a Foolproof Routine?

APPENDIX I.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES (1853-1947)

APPENDIX II.

FALSE COUNTING

  • The Genuine (Noiseless) Count
  • The False (Noiseless) Count
  • How Leipzig Used the False Count
  • The Harrison False Count
  • The Latest False Count
  • The Armstrong False Count

L’ENVOI


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