173 pages (Hardcover), published by Hermetic Press
Illustrated with photographs
Language: English
32 entries
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Thanks to...
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Foreword
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel A Sleight History on the top change, glide and related switches
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel The General Concept of the top change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Bottop Credit Information
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Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser The Top Change
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Unknown The Classic Bottom Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel My Improvement for the Bottom Change
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Unknown The Packet Top Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel, Martin A. Nash Variation of the Marlo Change
Inspired byRelated to 52
Bernard Bilis, "Magic" Christian Stelzel Bernard Bilis's Top Change of One of Two Cards
Inspired by
  • Notes de Conference (1984, p. 32)
Variations
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Top Change with the Second Card from the Top of the Deck
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Top Change with the Third Card from the Top of the Deck... and Further
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel To Change Two Cards, One after the Other, with the Top Two Cards of the Deck
Inspired by 75
"Magic" Christian Stelzel The Bottom Change and Back
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel The Continuous Bottom Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel The Bottom-to-Bottom Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel A Face-Down Card Is Exchanged While the Deck Is Held Face Up using Bottom-to-Bottom Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel A Face-Up Card Is Exchanged While the Deck Is Held Face Down using Bottom-to-Bottom Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Face-Up Bottom-to-Bottom Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Multiple Bottom Change, a Card at a Time similar to David Williamson's Monte phase in his Cocktail Dazzler
Inspired by 103
"Magic" Christian Stelzel The Packet Bottom Change
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Bottom- and Top-Change Combinations
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel To Change Each of the Four Aces with the Top Card of the Deck: A Solution to the Hofzinser Ace Problem
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel The Face-Up Top Change faces towards performer
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Face-Up Top Change with the Face of the Deck in View
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Bottom Change with a Card Turned Face Up on the Face-Down Deck switched-out card ends up in center
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel My Four-Ace Switch Aces apparently pushed in different parts, but switched out at beginning, also as a strip-out switch in which a spectator finds the four Aces
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Another New Four-Ace Switch, with the Deck Face Up with assembly application
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel A Third New Packet Switch for Ace Assemblies, with the Deck Face Down
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"Magic" Christian Stelzel Other Techniques
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Denis Behr, "Magic" Christian Stelzel The Literature many references
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