Written by Arthur H. Buckley

Work of Arthur H. Buckley

222 pages (Hardcover), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs.
Language: English

(181 entries)

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Arthur H. Buckley Preface 5
Harlan Tarbell Arthur Buckley 6
Arthur H. Buckley The Strip injog and strip-outRelated to 12
Arthur H. Buckley A Blind Riffle Shuffle zarrow type 12
Clayton Rawson, Arthur H. Buckley The Force That Couldn't Be 14
Carmen D'Amico Domico Double Lift Variations 15
Arthur H. Buckley The Exchange 16
Anonymous Greek Shift greek break 17
Arthur H. Buckley Greek Shift - Buckley's Method greek break 19
Arthur H. Buckley Hindu Shift transferring a card from top to bottom while hindu shuffling 19
Dai Vernon Vernon Multiple Shift 20
Arthur H. Buckley Multiple Shift - Buckley's Method brings the cards on top of a facedown deck 22
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Slap Shift transfers a card from bottom to top of packet which spectator dealt onto magicians hand 23
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Single Card Shift to bottom after peek 25
Unknown Shifting a Card form the Bottom of the Pack 26
Unknown Improved Dovetail Stock Shuffle to Keep the Top Stock 27
Unknown Improved Dovetail Stock Shuffle to Keep the Bottom Stock 27
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Method of Secretly Placing a Bridge springing the cards two times from hand to hand 28
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s "Out of this World" False Shuffle and Cut only bottom half is disturbed, in-the-hands Triumph Shuffle 29
Arthur H. Buckley separating reds from blacks 29
Unknown Sighting or Glimpsing the Top Card Secretly 31
Unknown Sighting the Top Card, Second Method 31
Unknown Sighting the Top Card, Third Method 32
Unknown Sighting the Top Card, Fourth Method 33
Unknown Improved Peek 33
Unknown Sighting after Peek Related to 34
Unknown Other Locations after the Peek using a rubberband 34
Unknown The Turnover Sight Location using the glide 35
Unknown Stepping after the Peek delayed action 36
Unknown The Slide insert sideways 36
Arthur H. Buckley The Invisible Location (One Hand) 38
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Reverse from bottom to center, while riffle shufflingVariationsAlso published here 39
Arthur H. Buckley Sighting while Cutting the Pack using buckling actionRelated to 40
Unknown The Glide two methods 41
Unknown The Glide Location 42
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Method of Sighting while Fanning the Cards fanning a small packetAlso published here 43
Unknown Glimpsing the Bottom Card 43
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Diagonal Location 45
Unknown The Break Shuffle 46
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Method for Dealing Seconds 47
Carmen D'Amico The Domico Location nicking the side edge Related to 51
Cardini Cardini´s Location maintaining break while springing the cards, see also page 208 51
Arthur H. Buckley The Count one-handed turnover of top card 52
Arthur H. Buckley The False Count for More Related to 53
Unknown The False Count for Less 55
T. Nelson Downs The Side Steal Palm 56
Arthur H. Buckley The Side Steal Palm - Buckley´s Method diagonal push-in 57
Arthur H. Buckley Original Methods of Palming Cards from the Bottom of the Pack 58
Unknown Palming from the Bottom after a Riffle Shuffle 60
Arthur H. Buckley The Perfect Card Palm left thumb swings under top card(s) 61
Unknown The Replacement cards are buckled away from palm 62
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Multiple Card Palm Steal 63
Unknown Overhand Shuffle and Multiple Shift 64
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Double Peek Location Shuffle and Palm 65
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Top Palm Slide Off 67
Joe Berg Berg's Top Palm Variations 68
Bert Allerton The Allerton Top Palm featuring the thumb count 69
Judson Cole One Hand Top Palm - Judson Cole 69
Unknown Palm off the Second Top Card while top Card is visibly drawn onto the Pack similar to Adrian Plate's Palm Change with pack in hand 70
Unknown To Palm from off the Top of the Pack an exact Number of Cards up to Ten 70
Arthur H. Buckley Top Palm one or Several Cards also as a replacement as mentioned at the end 71
Unknown The Fan Location to top 72
Unknown The Fan Location Amplified to bottom 73
Arthur H. Buckley A Novel Palm Related to 74
Unknown Changing a Card in the act of turning the Card over a double on table is turned over and top card stolen 75
Unknown The Throw Change 76
Arthur H. Buckley Hindu Shuffle and Cut Location 77
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Method of Double Cutting Cards to the Top of the Pack 78
John Brown Cook The Transfer of a Card double deal from centre for short ambitious card sequence 80
Unknown The Pass kind of side steal cover pass 82
Unknown Side Steal side steal to weird palm 82
Unknown A False Shuffle Par Excellence 83
Unknown Another Method of Reversing a Card passive, Peek Reverse/Future Reverse (shown by Egon Pischke) 84
Unknown The Extraordinary Queens using kind of covered side steal for sandwich effect 86
Unknown A Different Top Change - Mass Hypnotism one-handed top change ("Ultra Move")Variations 88
Unknown An Amazing Location spectator says stop while performer is springing the cards, forcing second card from face 89
Arthur H. Buckley One Hand Crimp - Your Card? featuring bottom card longitudinal crimp 90
Arthur H. Buckley The Count (Second Method) 91
Arthur H. Buckley The Palm Unsurpassed card almost bent in half 91
Arthur H. Buckley Bottom Palm of a Single Card 92
Morris Loewy The Top Palm 93
Arthur H. Buckley The Glide Shift Kelly Bottom Placement sidewaysVariations 93
Unknown False Table Riffle Shuffle - The Riffle Shuffle and Cut real shuffle 98
Unknown The Blind Riffle 98
Unknown False Table Riffle Shuffle and Cut finesse 99
Dai Vernon, Unknown The Shift and Shuffle extension of Vernon Shift leading in tabled riffle shuffle 100
Unknown The Push Through Simplified 101
Unknown Cut, Riffle Shuffle and retain the Top Stock 101
Arthur H. Buckley Bottom Stock Blind Shuffle 102
Arthur H. Buckley Retaining the Stock with crimp during shuffle 102
Unknown Poker jonah card principle, briefRelated to 103
Unknown The Switch at Draw Poker on table, similar to Vernon Transfer MoveRelated toVariations 104
Arthur H. Buckley Dealing from the Bottom mentioning the idea to deal bottoms to all players except oneself and performing OOTW with bottom dealsRelated toVariations 105
Unknown The Cut and use of the Bridge gaming context 106
Unknown Restoring the Cut Draw Shift and two other methods for tabled shifts after a cut 107
Unknown Bottom Stock Shift retaining only bottom stock after cutVariations 110
Arthur H. Buckley Restoring the Cut (My Pet Method) includes setting bridge during riffle shuffle, reads like a classic pass 110
Unknown A Cute False Cut 111
Unknown Running Up Two Hands double duke stack with milk build 111
Unknown The Hold Out and Pick Up Builds redealing principle in combination with pick up stack 112
Unknown Knee Hold Out 112
Arthur H. Buckley Demonstration Build of the Four Aces using the Buckley Double Cuts cutting system to stack cards 114
Arthur H. Buckley A Cold Deck Warmed Up switching 48 cards (deck minus Aces) and stack Aces into positions 115
Unknown The Practical Sharpers using finger nail gauge to position cards in gambling 116
Unknown Knowing Your Opponent's Hole Card 117
Unknown The Spread gambling sleight to transfer a card between two players' hands 118
Unknown A Strike (Method of Dealing Seconds) Stud Deal 118
Carmen D'Amico Second Dealing (Black Jack Method) no credit given, for credit information see referenceRelated to 119
Unknown Dealing Seconds (Double Push-Off One Hand) 120
Arthur H. Buckley An Original Method of Restoring the Cut - Fourth Method halves are swiped off the table 121
Arthur H. Buckley Card Manipulations which cards to use and how to prepare them for manipulations 123
Arthur H. Buckley Lighting 126
Arthur H. Buckley Music 126
Arthur H. Buckley A Vanish of a Card from the Top of the Pack face-up with wrist turn 127
Arthur H. Buckley Back Palm with the Open Fingers deep back palm, applications for manipulations follow 127
Arthur H. Buckley The Bent Fingers, Back Palm and Recovery recovery from deep back palm ending in fan production 128
Howard Thurston Production from the Palm classic type palm 129
Unknown A Card Vanishes false transfer 130
Unknown The Push Down Vanish false transfer 131
Arthur H. Buckley The Thumb Palm Move (An original piece of manipulative deception) transfer to show hands emtpy utilizing back thumb palm 131
Arthur H. Buckley The Slide Up Vanish fake transfer using back palm 134
Arthur H. Buckley A Card is Vanished and Reappears at the very Tips of the first and second Fingers basic back palming with fingertip production 136
Arthur H. Buckley Reverse Palming without Swinging the Arm and also without using the Thumb finessed Pivot 136
Arthur H. Buckley The Fan Vanish 138
Arthur H. Buckley A Fan of Cards Disappears fake transfer using Clip Palm 140
Paul LePaul Paul Le Paul Reversal the Pivot with a card in hand 141
Unknown Color Change (Instantaneous) sometimes called Cardini Change 142
Unknown Color Change (Second Method) 142
Arthur H. Buckley The Change Over - A very pretty and deceptive Piece of Card Manipulation hand washing with back and front palming 143
Arthur H. Buckley The Steal recover from deep back palm 146
Arthur H. Buckley Split Fans "Back Palming a Pack of Fifty-Two Cards and Reproducing them in a Series of Fans" 147
Arthur H. Buckley Transposition Experiment No. 1 - double lift, mexican turnover 150
Arthur H. Buckley Confusion Experiment No. 2, a bit unclear indeed 151
Arthur H. Buckley Do You See Red? Experiment No. 3 - one of four black cards changes to red and back 153
Arthur H. Buckley Matching Pairs Experiment No. 4 - spectator and magician select card from a half, same value, repeated a couple of times 154
Arthur H. Buckley The Lost Aces Experiment No. 5 - aces are lost and indifferent cards transform into aces 155
Joe Berg The Convexed Aces Experiment No. 6 - cards are lost and found, aces are bridgedVariations 156
Arthur H. Buckley Charlier Location and Speller Experiment No. 7 - cutting at the same position as a spectator and spelling application 157
Arthur H. Buckley Charlier Pass as a Secret Sleight opinion 157
Arthur H. Buckley The Card Through Case Experiment No. 8 - very direct handling for Staring him in the FaceAlso published here 158
Arthur H. Buckley The Unexpected Ending Experiment No. 9 - two selections, one turns over, other is counted to 159
Arthur H. Buckley Birds of a Feather Experiment No. 10 160
Arthur H. Buckley Simplicity Experiment No. 11 - face card changes to peeked card 161
Arthur H. Buckley Next to Yours! Experiment No. 12 - two cards are placed above and below selection 162
Arthur H. Buckley Four Chances - A Novel Card Location Experiment No. 13 - position where spectator cuts to is estimated 163
Arthur H. Buckley Naming the Top Card Experiment No. 14 - top card glimpse while looking at bottom 164
Arthur H. Buckley, Carmen D'Amico A Gambler's Aid Experiment No. 15 - featuring a tabled double liftVariations 166
Carmen D'Amico Pick-Up Move tabled double liftVariations 166
Arthur H. Buckley A Card Gets Out of Hand Experiment No. 16 167
Arthur H. Buckley A Difficult Routine Experiment No. 17 - presented differently with four forced selections (aces) 168
Arthur H. Buckley Lost and Found Experiment No. 18 - card vanishes and is found via second deal stop trick 170
Arthur H. Buckley The Mysterious Marker Experiment No. 19 - locator card transforms into selection 171
James Kater Thompson Thompson's Stop finesse of watching the mouth of spectator to aid in timingRelated to 171
Arthur H. Buckley Blackjacks Experiment No. 20 - jacks far apart travel around selectionRelated to 172
Arthur H. Buckley Covered Side-Steal precursor 173
Arthur H. Buckley The Ladies and the Deuces Experiment No. 21 - with cards to pockets climax 174
Arthur H. Buckley Transition Experiment No. 22 - four kings with four aces 175
Arthur H. Buckley The Ambitious Card Experiment No. 23 177
Arthur H. Buckley The Mix-Up Experiment No. 24 179
Arthur H. Buckley Wishful Thinking Experiment No. 25 - peeked card comes to top in clean manner 181
Arthur H. Buckley Color Memory Experiment No. 26 - inferior handling done from the pack 183
Arthur H. Buckley Think of a Number Experiment No. 27 - spectator remembers card at thought of position 184
Arthur H. Buckley A Brilliant Climax (My Pet Effect) Experiment No. 28 - four selections are produced which change to aces and back in a kick-back-kind effect 185
Arthur H. Buckley An Ace Introduction Experiment No. 29 189
Arthur H. Buckley The Aces and the Chosen Card Experiment No. 30 - aces are lost, selection appears on top and changes to aces, repeated three times 190
Arthur H. Buckley Quintuplets Experiment No. 31 - five cards 193
Arthur H. Buckley The Slop Over Card Location Experiment No. 32 - using slop shuffle 195
Sid Lorraine, Arthur H. Buckley Slop Shuffle 196
Arthur H. Buckley Card and Pocket Mystery Experiment No. 33 - one in pocket, one under foot, duplicate 197
Arthur H. Buckley Your Favorite Ace Experiment No. 34 - named aces appear at named numbers, surprise transposition at end 199
Arthur H. Buckley The Double Surprise Experiment No. 35 - faced halves, two selections appear where packets meet 202
Arthur H. Buckley, Karrell Fox, Dai Vernon The Chivalrous Kings and The Four Ladies Experiment No. 36 - four duplicates, one set in caseInspired by 203
Karrell Fox Apparently Placing Cards in Box 204
Arthur H. Buckley A Quickie Experiment No. 37 - backed instead of faced 206
Arthur H. Buckley Four Aces Par Excellence Experiment No. 38 - aces instead of selection 206
Arthur H. Buckley The Obstrusive Queens Experiment No. 39 - using two black queens 207
Arthur H. Buckley The Illusive Transfer Experiment No. 40 208
Arthur H. Buckley Card in Pocket Book Experiment No. 41 [An old plot with a new and simplified method] - using reel (!) 209
Arthur H. Buckley The Hindu Aces Experiment No. 42 - ace production followed by assemblyVariations 211
Arthur H. Buckley The Four Bandits Expermient No. 43 - jacks are produced, inserted in middle and come to top, deck is separated in reds and blacks 213
Arthur H. Buckley Nomenclature definitions of card terms 216