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How It's Done

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How It's Done by Edward A. Litzau

#2 in Gambling hot-list

Available again at last. This privately printed gem contains the real work for some of the best card marking inks, daubs, shading and blockout inks that the world has ever seen. Even the infamous luminous reader formula is explained, as is an easy method to produce short or narrow cards that doesn't require a card trimmer!

Best of all, this revised edition includes modern alternatives to the chemical and dye-based compounds, making it easier than ever to obtain professional results in the privacy of your home workshop.

"Your Red Daub is very fine. I find that Daub is the secret of the better informed card workers, with borrowed cards." - Theo Annemann

"I find the Blue Daub to be the best I have ever used." - John Snyder, Jr.

"Have found the Blue Shading Ink perfect for the purpose. The special pack (short cards made according to directions in the book) is first class." - Jean Hugard

Every word has been reset in crystal clear type for easy reading. Additional illustrations have been added, including examples of "the work" performed on popular playing card backs. Scores of corrections were made, as well as entire new sections added.

1st edition 1938 (limited to 250 copies); PDF 67 pages.
word count: 10587 which is equivalent to 42 standard pages of text


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