Written for the amateur magician, this illustrated guide offers 50 easy, effective, and well-known tricks that are used by professionals: cards, handkerchiefs, mental magic, and more. The author includes an overview for each trick, shows how the act appears to the audience, and details both the mecha... read more
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Written for the amateur magician, this illustrated guide offers 50 easy, effective, and well-known tricks that are used by professionals: cards, handkerchiefs, mental magic, and more. The author includes an overview for each trick, shows how the act appears to the audience, and details both the mechanisms and the presentation. 63 illustrations.
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