If you practice any sort of magicor plan on giving it a tryyou probably know that for most people, card tricks are often the starting point If you have a deck of cards readily available, as many common households do, the only things required to wow an audience are a little sleight of hand and a magicians secrets In spite of the timeless credo good magicians never reveal their secrets, renowned magicians Jean Hugard and Frederick Brau generously divulged theirs in Card Tricks The Royal Road to Card Magic Published originally in the 1940s, this classic guide contains than one hundred spectacular tricks allowing anyone to pick up a deck and dazzle an audiencewhether their performance is in a theatre, at a party, or even on the street With than 120 illustrations to accompany trick instructions and the addition of a new foreword by Steven Cohen, a master of sleight of hand, this edition of Card Tricks is one of the leading authoritative books on card magic....
|Title||:||Card Tricks: The Royal Road to Card Magic|
|Number of Pages||:||276 Pages|
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Card Tricks: The Royal Road to Card Magic Reviews
It should be noted that this is simply an updated (and very nicely done hardcopy) version of The Royal Road to Card Magic - just because it has the “Card Tricks:” added to its title, it is not an ‘offshoot’ of the original. It is a new and improved version, with better and clearer diagrams/images (I compared it to another copy I have of The Royal Road to Card Magic). Oddly enough this new, improved and hardcopy version is cheaper than the older paperback version! So I would definitely purchase this book without hesitation. It is chock full of fundamental essentials for the budding cardician/magician. A must-have - pick this up now!
Bit of a dull read but nonetheless teaches you basics of card tricks and such
Very good book for starters
Great book to get started on card magic
Bought for my son.