Written by Philip T. Goldstein

1974
Work of Philip T. Goldstein

9 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings by Philip T. Goldstein.
Language: English

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Philip T. Goldstein "Card Tricks for People Who Don't Do Card Tricks ...and Some for Those Who Do!" on (un)importance of method vs effect, sleight-of-hand vs gimmick, four basic elements of method:
1. Natural Law Disguised
2. Secret Activity
3. Secretly Prepared Materials
4. Psychology
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Philip T. Goldstein Controls 2
Philip T. Goldstein On Pick-a-Card Tricks 2
Philip T. Goldstein On the Corner Short advantages, finding it, controlling a selection with it 2
Theodore Annemann Snapped Corner corner broken but attached 3
Philip T. Goldstein Half Deck Crimp to control selection 3
Philip T. Goldstein Spot'n'Scoop Control sighting card in face-up ribbon spread and moving it to top by cut afterwards 3
Philip T. Goldstein Ancient Las Vegas Pulse-Reading removed card is divined by pulse reading four times 4
Philip T. Goldstein, Ken Miller Alternate Route red-backed named card transposes with blue-backed duplicate, both sandwiched by jokersInspired by
  • "Queens in Flight" (Ken Miller, Abra #530, 1956)
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Philip T. Goldstein Vested Power card selected by number and position, number and card found with spelling 5
Philip T. Goldstein secA ruoF three phases, two times standard ace assembly, then aces transform into kings in leader pile and aces are reversed in deck 6
Frederick Braue Braue Addition and Switch 6
Philip T. Goldstein Goldstein's F.T.L. 6
Philip T. Goldstein Jordan Count of Five Cards As Five From a Biddle Grip hiding bottom card 6
Philip T. Goldstein, Stewart James Ice Dice chosen values lie at chosen numbers, imaginary diceRelated to 7
Philip T. Goldstein Social Mobility two chosen cards, red kings sandwich one in deck, black kings the same and first one changed into second oneInspired byRelated to
  • Marlo, New Tops, Nov. 1973
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Unknown Standard Sandwich Load 8
Philip T. Goldstein Sandwich Switch in spread 8
Unknown Ovette Master Move 8
Philip T. Goldstein Satisfaction four-ace production 8
Unknown Riffle Force brief, break 8
Unknown Pop-Up Card 9
Philip T. Goldstein GPCF Card-to-Wallet card marked by spectator behind back with dummy pen, travels into walletRelated to 9