You also get chapters with amazing routines using the sleights.
With regard to my own experience I've read this book near to tatters and have annotated nearly every other page-I got my money's worth and so will you.
This book would probably be to frustrating If you have a bit of experience, and are looking for a challenge, this is the book!
Way too wordy with not enough decent photos depicting the slight of hand movements....Published 1 month ago by Michael Stowell
Just sifting through it, I learned some utilities moves that are worth the price of the book. Most of it I believed it's contained in Card College by Roberto Giobbi, Nonetheless... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jaime A. Velazquez
I lost most all my magic books and equipment due to a house fire, then a month later was everything else I had was wiped out by a hurricane. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Doc Gilbo
This is an interesting book, not for the beginner. It's an interesting and historical book that would be best appreciated by the advanced, perhaps even scholarly, card handler. Read morePublished 6 months ago by James S. Balentine
All the Dover Magic Books I've encountered are really well set up for Kindle and this one is no different. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Anthony Metivier
Good reference book. However the directions for the sleights and moves are a little hard to follow. Good to have the classic card maneuvers in one book.Published 17 months ago by Danny Roberson
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... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Pretty difficult techniques to learn, but if you take the time, the rewards are well worth it. Not sure if I would recommendPublished 18 months ago by Tyler Brace