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4 Nearly Self-Working Card Tricks
by John Gelasi


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4 Nearly Self-Working Card Tricks by John Gelasi

Four strong card effects with little or no sleight of hand that practically work themselves. These are not the self working effects you learn from books from a public library; these are all strong, workable, crowd-pleasers!

"I will be using something from this booklet!" - Paul Hallas

"A great ebook, John!" - Kyle MacNeill

"All of these are good for audience involvement and there's lots of impossible magical stuff going on, it's a fun book." - fonda57 (Magic Café user)

"Overall, this is a nicely produced booklet with links to private Youtube performances which is a great service." - Felix Schellenberg

Effects included:

Dot Dot Dot: A card "created" by a spectator rises to the top of the deck with no funny moves whatsoever.

Spelling Bee Aces: After finding a selected card, the magician is able to locate the four aces in multiple surprising ways.

Hocus Poker: A dealing demonstration using two royal flushes with a kicker ending.

Porcupine: Three freely selected cards from a small packet are impossibly paired up with their mates. Eventually all of the cards in the packet are paired up!

Each effect comes complete with an exclusive HD-shot video demo to allow you to learn each in the easiest possible way.

Also included with the ebook are exclusive in-depth video explanations of the Charlier Shuffle and the Matsuyama Principle.

1st edition 2012, 15 pages.
word count: 3837 which is equivalent to 15 standard pages of text