Ian Baxter’s first book, first published in 1970. Card men everywhere enthused about the contents and the endorsements it carried from the likes of Dai Vernon, Ed Marlo, Card Mondor, Robert Parrish, Jon Racherbaumer and others, are testament to the quality of content. Alton Sharpe wrote the Introduction.
Ten reputation making card miracles.
"The material is not only interesting, but clever and workable. Yes, l recommend it." - Edward Marlo
"Ian Baxter is a creative and skillful artist." - Dai Vernon
"After what I have seen of the contents, I'm eagerly looking forward to reading the book. What I have seen is really impressive." - Jon Racherbaumer
"I must say l will use every effect in my close-up act and I am not a relative!" - Bobby Baxter
"Excellent! You will enjoy reading it and you will thrill your audience by performing the entertaining effects described." - Card E. Mondor
"All effects are really good, but it is the fun and entertainment that keeps them to the fore, and that is what appeals to me." - Jack Pyle
"Baxter's 'Crazy Coincidence' is simply marvelous. Perfect presentation, just delightful." - Robert Parrish
"Ten On Deck is vintage Baxter. First-rate stuff all the way!" - Barry Govan
"Ten On Deck is excellent, altogether bright and every effect designed for quick presentation." - Alan Keith
- CRAZY COINCIDENCE
- FORGOTTEN POKER DEAL
- CHEEKY ACES
- THE SOMERSAULT CARD
- IMPROMPTU TRANSMIGRATIONALISM
- JOKER MONTE
- ROYAL MARRIAGES
- THE WALLET MYSTERY
- THE ‘EXPERT’ AT THE CARD TABLE???
- ENCORE ELEVATORS
1st edition 1970; digital edition 2012, PDF 36 pages.
word count: 14629 which is equivalent to 58 standard pages of text