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Aces in Deception or "How Right You Are"

by Lewis Ganson
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Aces in Deception or "How Right You Are" by Lewis Ganson

An easy and effective multiphase routine with a Svengali deck. A spectator is correct continually in finding a previously selected card which the performer underlines with the punch line "How Right You Are."

From the introduction:

Here is one of those card routines in which the happenings are inexplicable to the uninitiated. The handling of the cards is so natural and each move is performed so deliberately, that trickery appears out of the question, yet a series of effects take place which really are uncanny.

To begin with, I will confess that a Svengali pack is used throughout and as this pack has been exposed so often, a natural bias against it may be felt by the reader but I stress that with the modern methods of handling and the routine I am about to describe, its secret is never suspected.

To those who are a trifle worried about routines which look complicated when set down on paper, you have my assurance that every move is very easy to perform and that all difficult sleights have been avoided. The short time necessary to learn the sequence will be more than well spent as you will have something which, to a lay audience, will appear little short of a miracle and above all is of real entertainment value.

1st edition 1948; PDF 12 pages.
word count: 4339 which is equivalent to 17 standard pages of text

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