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One More Thought on Cards
by J. Stewart Smith


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One More Thought on Cards by J. Stewart Smith

Available again after a long absence is this fine work by J. Stewart Smith, presenting eleven more of his mystifying card effects, each of which is accomplished without knuckle-busting sleight of hand. This is the book that had card workers talking all over the country. It had to be good to receive praise from such internationally known close-up workers. See below for a few brief quotes from some of the very best.


  • Ascending Treys
  • Pop Over Treys
  • The Four Aces
  • The Four Queens
  • Follow The Leader
  • Sevens and Jacks
  • The Inseparable Sevens
  • Peek-A-Boo Discovery
  • Horse Sense
  • The Lie Detector
  • Numbers At Work

"I was really delighted with 'One More Thought On Cards.' It is, in my opinion, the best — the very best ever written, explaining how to present and handle this type of effect. [Smith's] clean and uncluttered layouts and simplified handling make these little effects sparkle. The book is SUPERB." - Dai Vernon

"Not since Annemann has magicdom been given anything to equal it." - J. B. Bobo

"[Smith's] explanation of Vernon's Multiple Shift, for example, is really a classic. About the clearest explanation I've ever read of this sleight." - Bill Simon

"For directness and clarity, I find this the most rewarding book on card magic to come along in a long time." - Francis Carlyle

1st edition 1955, PDF 33 pages.
word count: 8147 which is equivalent to 32 standard pages of text