I love (there is a whole series) these Karl Fulves books!
That said, the serious card worker will easily be able to add sleights to the slick tricks presented here and make them really outstanding.
I do tricks to my whole family, my cousins, my aunt, my friends, everybody and everybody loves them and are amazed!!
Love the tricks I've read so far.... even though there is a few that I haven't been able to pull off. Not bad for a book 40 years old.Published 1 month ago by Donald B Derby
Fun to read, not so self working. You still need a real understanding of sleight of hand and magical practice.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I just want card tricks. I want to impress a grandma or a child or maybe even a dimwitted friend. Unfortunately, not all of these tricks are for the true amateur. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Webber Hardt
I had seen magic tricks and wondered how these tricks worked. I saw them performed by teen-agers, so they must be somewhat easy, yet they seemed so impossible. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alex Pavlick
The condition of the book was fair, not as it was indicated. There was writing in it and the cover was in poor condition. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. K. Herd
All the tricks unveiled in this book are not my style or interest, but some surely were. I like tricks that are not really tricks at all, but rather mathmatical equations, and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dr. Ron M. Garwood
The tricks that I added to my repertoire was about 2 to 3. I like card magic that does not require setting up a deck And that you can use a random deck of cards from the spectatorPublished 9 months ago by C. Tiller