The Card Magic of Le Paul
The Card Magic of Le Paul
written by Paul LePaul
Work of Paul LePaul
219 pages (Hardcover), published by D. Robbins & Co., Inc.
Illustrated with photographs
Language: English
(70 entries)
Data entered by Uli Weigel.
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Paul LePaul Invisible Turn-Over Pass 29
Paul LePaul A Flourish And A Pass deck spreads itself between hands see also "Spread Variations" (Karl Fulves, 1981),
"The LePaul Spread" (Paul LePaul, 1981),
"Passing Gear" (Tony Biscardi, 1995),
varied by "The Curley-Cue-Move" (Randy Holt, 1976),
"The Spread Pass" (Paul LePaul & Roberto Giobbi, 2000)
Paul LePaul The Color-Change (Side Steal Method) side-steal method 39
Paul LePaul The Side-Steal 45
Paul LePaul Peek with Fingertip-Grip for Demo 46
Paul LePaul Riffling while holding the break 47
Paul LePaul The Right Hand Top-Palm group method 52
Paul LePaul Right Hand Top-Palm Single Card Method 54
Paul LePaul The Erdnase Bottom-Palm (improved) see also "WJ Bottom Palm" (Wesley James, 1990) 55
Paul LePaul A Bottom-Card Steal 58
Paul LePaul The Diagonal Left Hand Palm (Improved Method) see also "The Diagonal Steal" (Edward Marlo, 1957),
"The Left Hand Diagonal Palm" (Paul LePaul & Michael Close & Edward Marlo, 1993)
Paul LePaul Left Hand Center-Card Steal from spectator peek 64
Paul LePaul A Useful Acquitment spreading the deck with palmed card also published as "The Palm Reverse" (Paul LePaul, 2000) 67
Paul LePaul The Flip-Over Double-Lift hit lift 69
Paul LePaul Snap Over snapping off the second finger 73
Paul LePaul The Snap-Over Double-Lift see also "Conditions" (Karl Fulves, 1995) 73
Paul LePaul Holding Back two cards while dribbling the cards 74
Paul LePaul The Top-Change four methods 77
Paul LePaul An Instantaneous Change varied by "The Glide Change" (Arturo de Ascanio & Carmen D'Amico, 2000) 82
Paul LePaul The Second-Deal (Improved Method) biddle/end grip 85
Paul LePaul A Rapid One-Hand Deal see also "Pop Up Card" (1977) 87
Paul LePaul A Rapid One-Hand Second-Deal 89
Paul LePaul The Bottom-Deal (Simplified Method) varied by "JKSubway Deal" (Joseph K. Schmidt, 1995) 90
Paul LePaul A Natural Jog-Control 93
Paul LePaul Fancy Control. A 96
Paul LePaul A Deceptive Crimp Location card is crimped lengthwise 98
Unknown Closing A Fanned Deck with One Hand 100
Paul LePaul An Automatic Jog-Control see also "A General Utility "Location"" (1933),
"The Fan Location: By Means of the Regular Fan" (1938),
"Marlo's Unbelievable Ribbon Spread Control" (Edward Marlo, 1984)
Paul LePaul A False Waterfall Shuffle 104
Paul LePaul A False Riffle Shuffle using Automatic Rear Jog procedure 109
Paul LePaul An Instantaneous Palm Flourish fan production 115
Paul LePaul A Card Fan Flourish fan production 119
Paul LePaul The Vanish and Reproduction of a Deck of Cards 124
Paul LePaul A Vanish And Reproduction Of A Deck Of Cards 124
Paul LePaul How Close Can You Watch? Transposition of two complete decks 131
Unknown Flushtration Hindu Shuffle 132
Paul LePaul Deceptive Perception five red backed cards and one blue backed card change into five blue backed cards and one red backed card see also "Deceptive Perception" (Paul LePaul, 1985) 135
Paul LePaul Mistaken Identity transposition with odd-backed card 140
Paul LePaul The Substitution Envelope Mystery Selection changes places with a card in an envelope 143
Paul LePaul Finessed Glide see also Ascanio's Glide version and KM Move, see also page 140 144
Paul LePaul The One-Eyed Jacks 146
Paul LePaul A Magical Transposition 149
Paul LePaul Cover for the Top Change 149
Paul LePaul A Paradox Of Pairs 151
Paul LePaul An Unexpected Climax 155
Paul LePaul & Dr. Jacob Daley Bottom Card Steal as a Switch gambler's cop as a switch using a double 156
Paul LePaul A Perfect Stop Effect 159
Paul LePaul Impromptu Torn And Restored Card varied by "Pickin' Up The Pieces" (Richard Kaufman, 1979),
"Torn, Torn, and Restored" (Jack Carpenter, 1992)
Paul LePaul A Quadruplicate Mystery four spectators each find their selection see also "To Change Three Cards, placed in the Pocket of a Spectator, into Three Others previously chosen" (Gordon Wigan, 1890),
"R.W. Four Card Stunner" (Randy Wakeman & Paul LePaul, 1985),
varied by "Le Paul's Multiple Discovery" (Jim Ryan & Paul LePaul, 1981)
Paul LePaul & Dr. Jacob Daley Palm Switch Handling 167
Paul LePaul Color Segregation 169
Unknown Red-Black Shuffle no credit given, "shown to me by Downs" 170
Unknown Longitudinal Crimp 170
Paul LePaul A Deft Illusion 175
Dai Vernon Double Undercut 176
Paul LePaul Bottom Glimpse as Switch 176
Dr. Jacob Daley & Paul LePaul The Bashful Queens Three Queens on the table change to indifferent cards. All four Queens are found in four different pockets see also "The Five of Diamonds" (Jerry Sadowitz, 1984),
"Gambler's Kings To Magician's Pockets" (Larry Jennings, 2005)
Paul LePaul A Reverse Card Routine 183
Unknown Classic Pass Half Pass very brief 185
Paul LePaul Covered Turnover under cover of half fanned pack 187
Unknown Push-Up Change 188
Paul LePaul An Impromptu Rising Card Effect see also "Thanks to LePaul" (Chuck Smith & Paul LePaul, 2000),
varied by "Notes on "An Impromptu Rising Card Effect"" (Karl Fulves, 1996)
Paul LePaul Transposition of the Four Aces varied by "Thank You Le Paul" (Syd Segal, 2005) 194
Unknown Snap-Over Change 196
Paul LePaul The Hand Picked Aces 199
Paul LePaul Aces Up! varied by "LePaul's Aces" (Paul LePaul & Shane Cobalt, 2012) 203
Frederick Braue Braue Addition and Switch ne credit 204
Paul LePaul The Gymnastic Aces The Aces literally leap one at a time out of the deck! 207
Paul LePaul Cut Shift series of cuts from Hindu position 209
Paul LePaul Cards in a Sealed Envelope varied by "Das Aranka-Prinzip" (Alexander de Cova, 1998),
"On the LePaul Envelope Set" (Roberto Giobbi & Paul LePaul, 2003)