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by Frederick Braue,Jean Hugard

eBook Expert Card Technique: Close-Up Table Magic epub
  • ISBN: 0486217558
  • Author: Frederick Braue,Jean Hugard
  • Genre: Entertainment
  • Subcategory: Puzzles & Games
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dover Publications; 1st edition (June 1, 1974)
  • Pages: 448 pages
  • ePUB size: 1170 kb
  • FB2 size 1459 kb
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товар 7 Expert Card Technique: Close-Up Card Magic Illustrated Jean Hugard 1944/1974 -Expert Card . The Royal Road to Card Magic by Jean Hugard and Frederick Braue (1999, Paperback).

товар 7 Expert Card Technique: Close-Up Card Magic Illustrated Jean Hugard 1944/1974 -Expert Card Technique: Close-Up Card Magic Illustrated Jean Hugard 1944/1974.

by Jean Hugard (Author), Frederick Braue (Author). Expert Card Technique (Dover Magic Books). This is definitely worth picking up if you're looking for a book that will teach you a bunch of card techniques and flourishes. One person found this helpful. The Royal Road to Card Magic. The Expert at the Card Table.

Have Fun and Good Luck! EXPERT CARD TECHNIQUE: Close-Up Table Magic by JEAN HUGARD and FREDERICK .

Have Fun and Good Luck! EXPERT CARD TECHNIQUE: Close-Up Table Magic by JEAN HUGARD and FREDERICK BRAUE. FABER AND FABER LIMITED 24 Russell Square London. DEDICATION THIS BOOK is DEDICATED to all who love the art of conjuring with cards; to the most skilful adept as well as the youth yet to explore the heady mysteries of the art; to the man who comprehends the abracadabraish nomenclature of the craft as well as to those to whom such knowledge offers an open sesame to a new and exciting.

The books seem to focus on deceptions, card fixes, and similar. Many of the books are from the 1940s and 50s and some are newer - they are all in great condition. This listing is for: Expert Card Technique. This is a hardcover book with 448 pages including 318 illustrations. 5. Expert Card Technique Versión para MS Word y PDF por FEDE, Santa Fe Argentina.

Jean Hugard, Frederick Braué You may try to cover up by doing a more difficult trick and fail again. Arguably the second most important book on card magic in the 20th century.

Jean Hugard, Frederick Braué. If you have ever tried to do a card trick and failed, you know what it is to be embarrassed. You may try to cover up by doing a more difficult trick and fail again. The way out of this dilemma, however, is not immediate, but it is reliable: a surer mastery of technique. This means the proper instruction book, and practice. Much of the unattributed material comes from Charles Miller and Dai Vernon.

Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue. Scores of methods†previously known only to card experts†include passes, palming, false shuffles, false cuts, changes, crimps, jogs, reverses, rear palms and more. Altogether, 341 sleights and tricks. 318 illustrations show exact position of fingers and hands.

The Royal Road to Card Magic by Braue, Frederick Book The Fast Free Shipping. Very Good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. Author: Jean Hugard; Frederick Braue. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, and no ting of text or writing in the margins.

Expert Card Technique book. They detail various false deals, crimps and changes and the more advanced execution needed for forces, fans and the use of the prearranged deck.

Expert Card Technique. Close-Up Folio 1977, p. 1007). on a tabled packet with double deal. The Braue Diagonal Tip-Up Palm. 49. → Cards, Sleights, Palming, Classic Palm, Right Hand, Top. Written by Frederick Braue, Jean Hugard. 1940/50 Work of Various. 474 pages (Hardcover), published by George Starke Illustrated with drawings by Donna Allen.

Scores of methods — previously known only to card experts — include passes, palming, false shuffles, false cuts, changes, crimps, jogs, reverses, rear palms and more. Altogether, 341 sleights and tricks. 318 illustrations show exact position of fingers and hands.
Comments: (7)
Vudojar
If you are keenly interested in card magic there is every reason to buy this book. It's inexpensive, it's comprehensive, and a terrific resource. I can give it only four stars because I find it terribly hard to learn most of the sleights from the diagrams and descriptions. They're very hard to describe but, when this was written, there was no internet, no DVDs, no way of learning other than one on one or via the printed page. So there are far easier and clearer resources for learning the techniques in this book. Still, it's a classic volume and, particularly if accompanied by a good video reference for the various moves, well worth the money.
DART-SKRIMER
My son appreciates that he's now learning tricks that aren't readily available on YouTube.
Works for me.
Binar
I got this book for my budding magician nephew.

He loves it! He let me know that there are magicians teaching techniques on youtube from this book edition. He likes that he can reference the selections to review while learning the technique.
Yozshujind
This is an excellent text, with extremely detailed instructions. I'm mostly a novice at this stuff, with a mostly academic interest, and not much yet especially dextrous with my hands, but even I found with dedicated reading, notwithstanding the tiny diagrams, the descriptions are so excellent that you _can_ get this stuff working, and working well. As you may have heard: you don't read this book casually: you read in detail, work slowly, and dedicate yourself to practising. Doing so, you can hardly help but getting somewhere, and potentially somewhere pretty impressive. These are solid techniques, from what my limited experience can tell, some demanding, some less so, and all entirely fascinating.

The reason I can't give it five stars: the epub edition I have contains a fair level of typos and wonky paragraphs I just have to assume come from the same problem; I'm guessing they're mis-scans during optical character recognition missed in subsequent correction; obviously I can't tell quite how it happened at my end. In a very few places, it's bad enough you have to add a step to that careful reading: a forensic step of working out what it _must_ have said, supplemented in my case by grepping around the web, looking for people talking elsewhere about the sleights, toward said working out.

Which is annoying. It's nice there even is an epub, obviously--I find it very convenient to read on my phone in moments of what would otherwise be downtime--but the errors do get in the way.

That said, in fairness, there's only one or two such places it's such a significant problem. Usually, it's just more a stupid optical error, one character in a word you can work out from context, and since it's pretty obvious what was meant, fine, good enough. Still, it'd be nice to see a little more caution in preparing an epub people do pay for.
Arashigore
This is a good book, a classic. Probably would need an eighth to tenth-grade reading ability. If using with a smaller child it would be an opportunity for adult-child​ interaction. A child would need hands large enough to use a bridge size deck
Gajurus
This is definitely worth picking up if you're looking for a book that will teach you a bunch of card techniques and flourishes.
Ydely
Goes from 0 to 60 at a very pleasant rate. Not only technique's are presented but suggestions to expand on them and make them your own. This is a book filled with wisdom, not only information. It will take you to the next level at your own pace
Very good book,very helpful instructions,and step by step with pictures, it as some amazing tricks to use and show your friends and family
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