The passing of a freely chosen suit of cards in numerical sequence up the sleeve, using a borrowed pack.
Profusely illustrated with more than 70 photos.
From the introduction:
As Dr. Jacob Daley remarks in his classic 'cards up the sleeve,' this effect has always been considered the acid test of the skilled performer with cards. Since the whole purpose of the creative act in magic is to further the arts involved ... I offer my own much cherished routine for this wonderful trick dedicated to the memory of Dr. Daley's devotion to a pack of cards and the numerous imaginative effects he developed with them.
1st edition 1973; PDF 17 pages.
word count: 1940 which is equivalent to 7 standard pages of text