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Pick a Card - Any Card? by Gabe Fajuri Card Forcing Techniques & Uses
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The ability to force a playing card is one of the most important techniques a magician can master. By making an unsuspecting spectator select a card of his choice, the magician creates for himself a colossal advantage. Thousands of tricks are made possible. In this booklet, you will be taught several natural methods of forcing cards, including some that are practically self-working, others that require sleight of hand, and even how to create gimmicks that will make forcing cards nearly automatic.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 30th, 2003
This is REALLY good.
The forcing methods are great, and there are also different trick in the booklet, Like "card in orange", "gost writing" , "rising cards" and many others. This booklet is something every magician should own!
Amazing for close-up!! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 12th, 2003
This book teaches you amazing forces,
and once you are good at them you'll be able to
create your own close-up miracles with cards.
Although the book is only a few pages long
it's worth the price. I truly recommend this book
to any magician who wishes to astound their audience
Awsome Booklet!!!!!!!! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 23rd, 2004
This is a great book, it teaches the classic force and so many great tricks, card in orange, a bunch of great tricks.
I love this book. Great price too. If you're looking for a cheap but really good book, this is the one.
great!!! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 7th, 2004
It is great the rising card is pretty good it really does work, I did it for my friend the other day and he though I hypnotized him of seeing things, it is a great book, and it's cheap.
Really cool!! Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 11th, 2004
This booklet is a really good book. You are going to learn a lot of cool forces and you also going to learn lot of really cool trick you can do with the forces. Card in orange and Book test is two of the coolest tricks your going to learn. So what are you waiting for? ORDER NOW!!!
Use The Force... Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 13th, 2005
The forces in this book are some of the strongest out there. You learn more than 10 different forces and just as many ways to use them. The first force in the book is the classic force. How's that for a first impression? Most of the forces are easy to do and look totally random. These are forces that you'll use all the time. Highly recommended to absolutely every card magician out there!
It's Okay Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 18th, 2005
This book is okay. I don't hate it, but if you want it because of the force, get the classic force by Oz Pearlman. The card in fruit is terrible, and the others are bad too. The only Good trick, whick isn't even taught that well is the book trick. Don't buy this, you'll be dissapointed.
no value Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 19th, 2005
Nooo, hate it. Someone said there are more than 10 forces in here. Ok, but also heaps of forces that most magicians won't really use, like the stick-a-knife-into-the-deck-force. Considering the price there is no reason not to pay a little more and get an entriere book on card magic that includes forces in one of their chapters, like Royal Road to Card Magic or one of the Card College books by Giobbi. All in all there is too much emphasis on what tricks to do with a forced card, instead of the forces themselves. Inside the book (booklet) it says that this is only a place to start, I think it's less than that.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 1st, 2007
Alright, got this book
Its 5 bucks, teaches you some good forces
If you need to learn some forces, just add this to your cart, but I wouldn't make a special order just for this item.
It's only 5 dollars, buy it :P
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