Written by Victor Farelli

1933
Work of Victor Farelli

46 pages (Stapled), published by Edward Bagshawe & Co.
Illustrated with photographs and drawings.
Language: English

(54 entries)

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John Henry Anderson A Link with the Past
(The J.H. Anderson Slip)
side steal to bottom
63
John Mulholland, John Henry Anderson The J.H. Anderson Slip as a Reverse with improvement by Mulholland
63
Nate Leipzig A Clean Slip
64
G. Brownlow A Little-Known "Glimpse" top card of lower half
64
Ernando Veneri The Veneri "Flesh" Break
65
Ernando Veneri The Veneri Discovery crimping selection as it is pushed into deck
65
Unknown A General Utility "Location"
Related to 66
Unknown Two-handed Fan
66
Unknown Disposal of Card Located various ways of controlling an injogged card
68
Victor Farelli Suggestions reversing the deck for stripper or one-way deck
68
Victor Farelli A "Sucker Gag" apparently strippers are used
68
Wilf. Huggins Returning a Card to the "Fan"
68
Unknown Thumb-Counting from bottom with right thumb
69
Unknown Crimp and Riffle Location deck is crimped
70
Horace Goldin The Goldin Visible "Change"
70
Harry Houdini The Houdini "Bluff" Change apparently top change is done
71
Victor Farelli The "Left-About" Change snap-over change presentation
72
Unknown To "Sight" the Bottom Card bottom card buckle
73
Unknown How to "Bridge"
73
Victor Farelli For the Table "Spread" Force. setting up
Related to 74
Victor Farelli The Tail of the "Q" (A New "Key" Card.), edge marking a card so mark becomes visible in beveled deck
Related to 74
Victor Farelli Cards with White Borders for what they are better than borderless cards
74
Victor Farelli The Mexican Turn-Over a tip
74
Billy O'Connor To Make Cards "Slippery"
75
Victor Farelli Obtaining a "Stock" strategy for adding cards from pocket to deck
75
Victor Farelli With a Borrowed Pack
75
Edward Bagshawe, Jack Merlin Learning New Sleights
76
Victor Farelli Tricks Based on the "Glide" commentary followed by the tricks
76
Unknown The Three Packets
77
Victor Farelli The Partagas "Sell"
Related to 79
Unknown A Matter of Thought glide
81
Victor Farelli Subtlety versus Manipulation between one and forty
82
Victor Farelli A "Close-Work" Discovery
Related to 84
Unknown Center Pull-Out Key Card Placement
84
Victor Farelli The "Follow-Up"
85
Chung Ling Soo The "Soo" Stripper Pack one-way edgemark
86
Unknown The "Double Crimp" to make a one-way deck
Related to 86
Victor Farelli The Card to "Wallet" credit information
87
Unknown A Strange Hallucination thought of card to wallet, matrix principle
Variations 87
Unknown Up His Sleeve card in sleeve appears on pack, in sleeve is now selection
Variations 89
Victor Farelli, Tom Sellers The "Sandwich" card travels from sandwich to pocket
89
Unknown A Double Surprise performer and spectator remember card and its position in their halves of the deck, cards taken out, performers card is shown to be a double backer (!), spectator's card is an indifferent card and brought from pocket
91
Unknown The Original Card to Pocket lazy man's card to pocket, spectator remembers card and its position
93
Victor Farelli For Conjurers Only version of lazy man's card to pocket
93
Victor Farelli Pure Bluff version of lazy man's card to pocket
93
Victor Farelli, Harry Venson With an Unprepared Pocket-Book
94
Victor Farelli The "Do-it-Yourself" Discovery spectator stabs top card reversed next to his selection behind the back
95
Ernando Veneri The Veneri "Turn" bluff method for "card at any number"
95
Victor Farelli Four From Five Leaves One
96
Unknown The "Slick" Ace
98
Victor Farelli Effect cards shuffled by spectator, still top card is correctly predicted on previous empty paper, locator card
99
Victor Farelli A Study in Blue and White envelope
99
Victor Farelli, Edward Bagshawe The "Simplex" Thirty Cards envelope
102
Victor Farelli, Dr. Herschell The Floating Image afterimage as presentation to divine several cards
104