Thanks to Leipzig !
|Thanks to Leipzig !|
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
A Convincing Mental Effect
BOTH FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE MINUTEST DETAIL
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES ON THE THIRTY CARD TRICK
A SHORT TREATISE ON FALSE COUNTING
ILLUSTRATED WITH FOURTEEN PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE AUTHOR’S HANDS
FRONTISPIECE: NATE LEIPZIG
FOREWORD by George Armstrong.
- The Requirements
- The Assistants
- Working and Presentation
- 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?
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES (1853-1947)
- 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
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