Floyd D. Brown 25 Methods For Switching Decks

Floyd D. Brown 25 Methods For Switching Decks

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Every magician, at one time or another, needs a sure-fire method of switching decks. With this clever publication, you get 25 of them. Newly revised and updated, this must-have reference not only includes the mechanics of the switches themselves, but also offers a behind-the-scenes peek of how performers work their magic with cards. Included is the full handling of Herbert Brooks' sensational card-from-pocket mystery, just as he performed it for years on the vaudeville stage. Some of the methods involve no apparatus, others rely on props owned by most magicians. The 25 methods are: The Plant Switch The Hat Switch The Blackout Switch The Thurston Switch The Half-Deck Switch The Egg Bag Switch The Chinese Switch Brooks' Card Trick A Handkerchief Switch Another Handkerchief Switch The Side Coat-Pocket Switch "One More Trick" Switch The Paper Switch The Hip-Pocket Switch Combination Coat & Vest-Pocket Switch Rising Card Box Switch Change Bag Switch Black Art Switch An Easy Box Switch Another Box Switch The Card Servante The Vest Pocket Switch Another Vest Pocket Switch Standard Card Tray Switch The Writing Tablet Switch Don't take our word for it. Here's what magicians from around the world have to say about 25 Methods for Switching Decks: "Mr. Brown has a fine collection of methods for performing this magically useful, but infrequently described, operation. Even if you never do a card trick, you should read this worthy little volume for instructions on how to exchange articles similar in appearance." - John Mulholland "The material here presented is unusually good and we believe that '25 Methods for Switching Decks' will prove very helpful to many magicians." - Paul Fleming "To the best of my knowledge, this is the only book devoted solely to the subject of deck switching. This little-known booklet has some first rate switches." - Paul Marcus "Card wizards are few indeed who won't at times use a stacked or prepared pack to work something really super. And the best way to allay suspicion is to have a deck freely handled by the crowd and then secretly exchange it. Those desiring good ways of doing so can find them in this clearly-written treatise." - Tom Bowyer

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