Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic
Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic
written by Lewis Ganson
1961
Work of Dai Vernon
72 pages (Hardcover), published by The Supreme Magic Company
Illustrated with photographs
Language: English
(44 entries)
Data entered by Denis Behr.
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Dai Vernon The Four blue backed Aces 5
Dai Vernon Strip-Out Addition 5
Dai Vernon Blindfold Poker Deal 9
Dai Vernon Card of Coincidence two cards from two decks put in envelope match, three phases inspired by "Sympathetic Sympathy" (Charles T. Jordan, 1921),
see also "Synthetic Sympathy" (Theodore Annemann, 1934)
11
Theodore Annemann Alignment Move 14
Dai Vernon Three Card Monte Routine, including bent corner 15
Dai Vernon The Throw 15
Dai Vernon The Use of a short Card 20
Dai Vernon The Optical Move see also "Eight Against One" (Steve Beam, 2015) 21
Larry Grey Larry Grey's "Cards Across" the travelled Card are found in the spectators pocket 23
Dai Vernon To Shuffle a certain number of cards above a selected card cards are added singly, order otherwise unchanged 25
Dai Vernon Overhand Shuffle Finesse bottom to top with break for throw 26
Dai Vernon Plunger Location Card above inserted card is jogged 27
Dai Vernon Card from Pocket Inside Jacket Pocket see also "On the Card to the Pocket" (Neal Elias, 1946) 28
Dai Vernon Switching a card in an envelope see also "John Scarne's Master Change" (John Scarne, 1943 / 27) 29
Dai Vernon Double Lift from Fan claimed by Marlo in his comments (see references) see also Ed Marlo (Ibidem 24, p. 11),
"Double Lift from Fan" (1940),
"The Fan Lift Addition" (Ken Krenzel & Dai Vernon, 1990),
"Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic" (Edward Marlo (reviewer), 1995),
varied by "Double Lift from Fan" (Ken Krenzel & Dai Vernon, 1978)
31
Dai Vernon & Paul Rosini Staring him in the face the classic "knock out of the hand" varied by "Staring-Him-in-the-Face" (Roberto Giobbi, 2013) 33
Dai Vernon Top Palm single card 35
Dai Vernon Tips for Palming 37
Dai Vernon Right Hand Palm Replacement 2 methods 38
Dai Vernon Other methods of Palming Gambler's palm and strange clip palm 39
Dai Vernon To Palm a Card from the pack with the Gambler's palm 40
Dai Vernon One handed Palm unusual right clip position, multiple or single 41
Dai Vernon Second Gambler's Palm described for single card, with new replacement 42
Dai Vernon Springing a card into the gambler's palm position from small packet 44
Dai Vernon Some useful Notes on Palming (a) motivation 45
Dai Vernon Some useful Notes on Palming (b) 45
Dai Vernon Some useful Notes on Palming (e) using Rear Palm 46
Dai Vernon Some useful Notes on Palming (g) from small packet, bottom card into right hand 46
Dai Vernon Some useful Notes on Palming (c), (f) Rear Palm Replacements (one on top, one in the center) 46
Dai Vernon Dai Vernon's Second Deal actually this is the method known as "New Theory Second Deal" 48
Dai Vernon Dai Vernon's Second Deal single handed method 51
Dai Vernon Dai Vernon's "New Theory" Second Deal varied by "Little Finger Second" (Russell T. Barnhart, 1974),
"The Sure Theory Second Deal" (Wesley James, 1990)
52
Dai Vernon A quick Trick cards spread face up, one is named, extracted, put in, shown face up 53
Dai Vernon Reverse touched card reverses 53
Dai Vernon The Card Puzzle picture cards and aces assemble - kind of, for credit information see Marlo reference see also "Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic" (Edward Marlo (reviewer), 1995) 54
Larry Grey Another Larry Grey Trick 3 selected cards are found, the last one penetrates the hank 57
Dai Vernon The Top Change including several tips 63
Dai Vernon The Bottom Change 66
Dai Vernon One-handed Card Change to gambler's palm 66
Harry Lorayne Change of four cards Push-Through Change see also "Plunger Change" (Jim Ryan, 1981),
varied by "Aces Take The Plunge" (Peter Duffie, 1997)
67
Dai Vernon Everywhere and Nowhere ungaffed 69
Dai Vernon Double Lift Unload for credit information see Marlo reference see also "Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic" (Edward Marlo (reviewer), 1995) 70
Dai Vernon Matching any number of cards any number of cards is selected and found from another shuffled deck 71