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Arthur Buckley, one of the great sleight-of-hand artists with cards and coins, has written a series of twelve problems. This booklet is number one. It is illustrated by Harlan Tarbell and edited by Gus Moford. Dariel Fitzkee later reprinted these twelve problems in The Card Expert Entertains but used different inferior illustrations. If you have ever heard something about the 'Buckley card problems' this is one of them.
1st edition, August 1921, Magic Products Company, Chicago; 10 pages.
Number One - A Triple Climax
word count: 3215 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text
- Effect, Brief Presentation and Patter.
- Sleights Necessary to Performing the Triple Climax.
- The Flesh Grip.
- The Buckley Bottom Shift.
- The Slap Shift.
- The Top Change.
- The Bottom Palm.
- The Two-Hand Pass.
- Rehearse Problem.