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The Immaculate Card Magic of Walt Lees

by Lewis Ganson
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The Immaculate Card Magic of Walt Lees by Lewis Ganson

Four superb card routines.

From the introduction:

It has been my pleasure to have seen Walt Lees perform his magic on many occasions and each time, the result has been very, very impressive. A quiet unassuming chap sat down, took out a pack of cards and within moments, had his audience spellbound.

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When we were discussing the composition of this book, I nominated those tricks which I would like to have and Walt readily and generously agreed to their inclusion. That I had selected just a few, is due to the need for conforming to the size and format of the books in this 'Teach-In' series but it has had the advantage of ensuring that every one is a 'plum'. For entertainment value, variety, novelty and cleanness of execution, it would be difficult to find their equal in the whole range of card magic.

  • Introduction
  • Preface
  • Ultimate Aces
  • Four Blank Cards
  • Nimrod
  • The Card That Isn't There
  • Conclusion

1st edition 1980, 27 pages; 1st digital edition 2018, 38 pages.
word count: 10550 which is equivalent to 42 standard pages of text


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