Written by Walt Lees
Work of Roger Crosthwaite
47 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs and drawings by Walt Lees
Language: English
23 entries
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Walt Lees Introduction biographical introduction
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card shuffled deck, wording and eye movement
Turnover Glimpse in turning cards over, break to step
Roger Crosthwaite Stacked Deck Refinement stacked deck in conjunction with the think a card plot
Inspired by 8
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card Control think a card plot and the Hofzinser spread cull
Roger Crosthwaite Think-a-Card Force psychological force, timing
Roger Crosthwaite The Eidetic Prediction card is placed in the box, spectator think of a card, that card is divined and later found to be the card put in the box in the beginning
Roger Crosthwaite The Crosthwaite Card Case
Rear Palm using the glide
Roger Crosthwaite Loading a Card in Case from the rear palm
Roger Crosthwaite The Geiger Mystery card is located by sound, then it vanishes between two others and is found to be the card put in the case in the beginning
Inspired by 18
Marking a Card in a Spread break to step, different pattern in the spread
Related to 18
Roger Crosthwaite The 2nd Geiger Mystery
Related to 22
Roger Crosthwaite The Crosthwaite Key Card with ink dot
Roger Crosthwaite Multiple Card Control with the Crosthwaite Key Card
Ernando Veneri The Veneri Flesh Break
Roger Crosthwaite The Multiple Shift
Roger Crosthwaite Roger's Angels signed card appears between selected pair of queens, then the backs of the queens change into cards with dogs on it, eventually a toy dog appears
Edward Marlo Olram Subtlety
Peter Kane Four Card and Deck Display backs
Related to 36
Boomerang Flourish
Roger Crosthwaite Thanks to Kaps two decks, one card is signed on the back by the performer without showing the face, from the other deck a spectator thinks of a card, they match
Inspired by 41
Fred Kaps Card Switch while turning card over
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