These are new copies however the dust jackets show slight discoloration due to age.
The long-awaited sequel to Deckade.
Among the highlights are Waltz Time – an easy elevator effect that progresses from a small packet to the whole deck. Tri-Umph – a different twist on a popular effect. The Impressionist: a Joker impersonates three different cards then vanishes.
55 pages hard bound.
Card tricks with ungimmicked cards. One coin trick.
TOASTMASTERS: a revolutionary sandwich effect
WALTZ TIME: a packet elevator with visions of grandeur
LUNCH BOX: a large sandwich with very few calories
TRI-UMPH: in the midst of chaos something always turns up
ORIENT EXPRESS: the Chinese get the better of the exchange rate
HOMEWARD BOUND: a mysterious journey across time and space
THE MEXICAN TURNOVER SWITCH AND SOME INTERESTING APPLICATIONS
AUSTRIAN ACES: a simple solution to Johann’s problem
VOO-DUO: two cards linked by uncanny forces
BULLS EYE: a pasteboard prediction
THE EYES HAVE IT: an old gambler reveals his most precious secret
MASTER OF THE GAME: a demonstration of your gambling skills
TWO STEP: how to get two hands in a four-handed game
THE OPEC COUNT: created by Ed Marlo – a variation of the Elmsley Count.
DUST BUSTERS: the queens ‘about face’ then change for the better
ROOM AT THE TOP: nobody does it better, except the spectator
THE IMPRESSIONIST: can you have a playing card with four faces? Of course not …
1st edition 1984, 55 pages