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Card Manipulations by Jean Hugard

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This book is a collection of five little booklets. Each booklet typically has a section with sleights and a section with tricks using these sleights. The name Hugard guarantees for first rate material and so it is no surprise that Card Manipulations and the follow up More Card Manipulations includes some of the very best tricks and routines one can do with cards.

1st edition, 1934-1936, Max Holden, New York; reprint, 1973, Dover Publications, New York; 163 pages.


    CARD MANIPULATIONS - No. 1
  1. The one Hand Top Card Palm
  2. The Hindu Shuffle or Running Cut
  3. The Hindu Shuffle as a Substitute for the Pass
  4. And yet again - The Rising Cards
  5. An Easy Substitute for the Pass
  6. Relativity and Cards
  7. The Burglars - A Story Trick
  8. The Burglars - A Second Version
  9. The Modern Dovetail Shuffle
  10. Just once more - The Aces
  11. Thoughts Anticipated
  12. A New Certain Force
  13. The Boomerang Card
    CARD MANIPULATIONS - No. 2
  14. The Double Lift
  15. The Novel Reverse Discovery
  16. Invisible Transit
  17. The Hand to Hand Palm Change
  18. The Homing Belles
  19. A Baffling Spell
    COLOR CHANGES
  20. The Hinge Change
  21. The Book Change
  22. A Spectator Does It
  23. In Reverse
  24. Patter Suggestions
    CARDS FROM THE AIR
  25. The Best Front Hand Production (Single Cards)
  26. Second Method
    THE ARM SPREAD FLOURISHES
  27. The Spread and Turn-Over
  28. Variations
  29. The Glide
  30. The Back Arm Reverse
  31. The Upright Spread
  32. The Elbow Catch
  33. The Turn-Over and Right Hand Catch
  34. The Back Arm Catch
  35. Vanish of Pack
  36. The Half Turn-Over and Catch
  37. The One Hand Catch
  38. The Hat Catch
  39. A Routine for Arm Spreads
    CARD MANIPULATIONS - No. 3
    TRICKS
  40. Magical Production of Deck
  41. The Cardini Snap Color Change
  42. New Top Card Palm
  43. The J. H. Color Change
  44. The Ambitious Card
  45. The Horowitz Impromptu Rising Card
  46. The Broadway Rise
  47. A Rising Card Comedy
  48. An Unwitting Wizard
  49. The Radio Cards
  50. The Vor-Ac(E)-Ious Magician
  51. The Red and the Black
  52. The Cops Get Their Man
  53. The Princess Card Trick Perfected
  54. Three Card Trick as a Trick
  55. Three Card Routine
    SLEIGHTS
  56. The Push-out False Cut
  57. False Cut for Set-up Deck
  58. Aerial Production of Fan of Cards
    FLOURISHES
  59. The Flourish Count
  60. Weaving the Cards
  61. The Giant Fan
  62. Formation
  63. Fanning
  64. Closing and Opening the Fan
  65. One Hand Closing
  66. Finish of Fan Moves
    FINALE
  67. Vanish of the Deck
    CARD MANIPULATIONS - No. 4
    Part I. - SLEIGHTS
  68. The Gambler's Top Palm
  69. The Change Over Palm
  70. a. With Small Packet of Cards Only
  71. b. With the Pack in Hand
  72. New Top Change
  73. Replacing Palmed Cards
  74. a. Using a Table
  75. b. Without a Table
  76. c. On Bottom Deck
  77. d. Adding a Single Card to Deck
  78. e. Large Packet of Palmed Cards
  79. f. The Same - Another Method
  80. g. Packet from Right Hand to Bottom of Deck
  81. h. The Same - Another Method
  82. Notes on the Pass
  83. Substitutes for the Pass
  84. a. Break and Overhand Shuffle
  85. b. The Riffle Return
  86. c. Reversed Card as Indicator
  87. Useful Moves
  88. a. To Reverse the Bottom Card
  89. b. To Transfer Bottom Card to Top
  90. c. A Gambler's Move
    Part II. - TRICKS
  91. A Novel Reverse Discovery. Nate Leipzig
  92. The Rising Pack
  93. To Make a Spectator Become a Magician. H. Lloyd
  94. Torn and Restored Card with Borrowed Deck
  95. The New Spell
  96. The Automatic Speller. Mylon Clayton
  97. A Reversal of Form
  98. Royal Marriages
  99. Effective Poker Deal
  100. Two Card Control. Audley Walsh
  101. Card in Pocket. Dr. Jack Daley
  102. Everywhere and Nowhere. Simplified Procedure
  103. An Impromptu Stand for Cards
  104. Using a Short Card
  105. With a Borrowed Deck
  106. Without Duplicate Cards
  107. Expanding and Diminishing Cards
    Part III. - FLOURISHES
  108. One Hand Shuffles
  109. a. A Variation of the Charlier Pass
  110. b. Three Cut Shuffle
  111. c. Five Cut Shuffle
  112. d. The Multiple Cut
    CARD MANIPULATIONS - No. 5
    Part I. - SLEIGHTS
  113. 1. The Hugard Palm
  114. 2. One-Hand Palm - Several Cards
  115. 3. The Spring Palm
    TRICKS WITH THE SPRING PALM
  116. a. Ambitious Card
  117. b. "Stop" Trick
  118. c. A Force
  119. d. The Shipwreck
  120. e. Startling Transformation
  121. 4. Flesh Grip
  122. 5. The Peek or Glimpse
    A. SIGHTING TOP CARD
  123. 1. The Palm
  124. 2. The Ruffle
  125. 3. Push Down
  126. 4. Variation of
  127. 5. Left Thumb
  128. 6. Double Lift
  129. 7. Riffle Shuffle
  130. 8. Gambler's Method
  131. 9. Hindu Shuffle
  132. 10. Placing on Table
  133. 11. Overhand Shuffle
    B. SIGHTING BOTTOM CARD
  134. 1. Tilting Pack
  135. 2. Rear Bend
  136. 3. Buckling Card
  137. 4. Variation
  138. 5. Turn Over on Arm
  139. 6. Pulling Back Sleeve
  140. 7. Cover of Card Fan
  141. 8a. Bending Pack
  142. 8b. Reading Whole Deck
    C. SIGHTING CARD IN THE MIDDLE
  143. 1. By Ruffle for Return
  144. 2. Push Through
  145. 3. Charlier Pass Move
  146. 4. Palming Half Deck
  147. 5. Turning Index Corner in Fan
  148. 6. Index of Card Above
  149. 7. For Side Slip Method
  150. 8. Any Card Called For
  151. 6. The Best Overhand Shuffle
  152. 7. The Daley Reverse
  153. 8. Color Change
    Part II. - THE SET-UP
  154. An Indetectible Stop Trick
  155. Curious Coincidence
    Part III. - TRICKS
  156. The Carlyle Aces
  157. Card That Finds Itself
  158. Insolvable Mystery
  159. Spectator Becomes a Magician
  160. Hilarious Finish
  161. Seeing Is Believing
  162. Novel Beginning for Aces
  163. The Nines
  164. The Five Card Fan
  165. New Half Pack Reverse
  166. The Danish Force
  167. Your Card, Sir?
    Part IV.
  168. The Palm and Recovery
  169. Finale

word count: 63305 which is equivalent to 253 standard pages of text

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