Double turnover change

This is a new and much improved technique for the regular table switch -here you do a double turnover, then back down again and apparently deal the shown card to table. The method to be divulged convinces the audience that the card shown is actually the one placed on the table. As the method is dependent on the mechanics of the double lift, we will briefly describe our Hit Method technique. Step 1. Hold deck in left hand in dealing position. Move left thumb to the left side of deck and use it...

No Glide Aces

Effect Displaying four Aces, the cardician places two black ones on the table, retaining the two red ones. Upon turning the red Aces over in his hand,' they are found to be the black ones while the red Aces are on the table. Stepl. This is a method designed especially for those who know the trick. Begin by removing the four Aces plus an extra card behind them. The Aces are arranged, from face to back, two red Aces, two black Aces and the extra card secretly added to them. Step 2. Display the...

Cardician Makes Good

Ailho the above sounds like Ihe time worn Magician vs. Gambler routine, we guarantee the tinal climax is not, as the change from deuces to Aces is visual. Step 1. Arrange the following cards from top down on lop of the deck. Ace of Spades. Deuce of Hearts, and Clubs, three Aces and the two of Spades. Jhis total ot seven cards is placed on top of the pack. Step 2. Force the Ace of Spades by your favorite method altho the Slip Force is as good as any. Place the forced Ace aside without showing...

Three Card Monte Climax

CirTs'an 'r M te r Utine the clan picks up the three cards and says The reason you couldn't find the Ace of Spades is because I have three red cards. He shows this to be true by showing the three red cards one at a time. He next continues The reason I know where the Ace ol Spades is at all times is simple, because these cards are three Aces of Spades. This statement he proves to be correct as he displays the three ce of Spades, one at a time. Step 1. Arrange the three Aces so that two red ones...

Janus

Effect Shuffling a deck the wonder worker advances toward a spectator and gives a brief dissertation on the theories of chance, luck, coincidence, etc. An experiment of such a nature is suggested and the magician removes ten red cards, plus ten black cards, from the deck. He next hands five of the black cards and five of the red cards to the spectator to shuffle or mix as much as he desires. The remaining ten cards, consisting also of five red and five black, are shuffled by the performer and...

The First Vanish

S h A S X t T 1 * * placed on each Ace * Card' b' aCtttaU* '< fnTo'eacI Aceaiieth n,tV< ,m0r -ing ' card, as three on to each Ace is thru the use ot the Hit Double Lift. That is, you double lift In to ' a jTr TV M' takig ,hem the dk between tke'Hehthlb Jree ofTh, hTw Tft ngS Y at these card, are aecK, the left thumb pushes over the second card and forces it un-der the righf. thumb on top of the card held in right. The third card is likewise dealt off by left thumb on top of the two aiready...