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Dai Vernon's Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic

by Ganson, Lewis

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: Book
Publisher: L & L Publishing
Publication Summary: no date, 242 pgs.
Format: Hardbound with Dust Jacket

Product Description

An event of great importance. One of the great card books of our time is now re-published. Tremendous card magic by the Professor himself, plus contributions by a star-studded array of internationally famous magicians who pay tribute to the master by giving of their best. Contributors include Fred Kaps, Larry Jennings, Charlie Miller, Roy Walton, Jay Ose, Bruce Cervon, Alex Elmsley, Peter Warlock, Francis Carlyle, Roger Klause, Ross Bertram, Faucett Ross, Francis Haxton, Eddie Taytelbaum and more. The original book has been completely revised and typeset; the original photos re-screened. This Dai Vernon classic is now in its finest form. 200 pages. Hardbound. A beauty.
Date Added: Oct 17th, 2003


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Brad Henderson
Desert island, huh? Stranded, huh? Me too.

Fortunately I brought my rusty trusty pocket knife, a carton of Bicycles, and Dai Vernon's Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic. Send on the hurricanes, I'll weather the storm.

I'm going to make a lot of people upset by telling you that this is probably one of the greatest books on card magic ever published. Don't hear about it a lot, do you? Well, the reason is because those people who know, don't tell. Where does that put me? I'll leave that up to the jury.

My favorite section: ever have a card peeked? You'll never do it the same way again. This book will show you a handful of techniques which go that extra 1% to take a trick (or a move) and move it one step closer to an unfathomable miracle.

Of course, if you are one of those people who think rolling a die, adding the numbers, multiplying by the rings inside the circumference of a freshly sawed assistant, and then using the measurement of length of your thumb to count down to the... [Read More]

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