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Tarbell 85: Card Magic Part 2 (Instant Download)

A showcase of card props, gimmicks, and moves you can use to enhance your card magic!
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Irving Berk's Card-Forcing Box:
Learn how to make a ungimmicked box that will force a card (or cards) or make a signed selection come to the top all while the deck is isolated inside.

Alan Alan's Rising Card:
A cool gadget you can build and wear that allows you to make a card rise from an ordinary deck.

The Mesmerized Cards:
Learn how to make cards magnetically cling to your palm.

Bet-A-Dollar Color Change:
A nice and easy color-change that uses a bill and requires no sleight-of-hand.

Topsy-Turvy Follow Me:
A follow-the-leader-style packet trick which allows everyone to find their own cards.

Tony Noice's Card Transposition:
If sleight-of-hand is your thing, you'll have some fun with this quick transposition sequence.

Rising Cards from Envelope:
Using only a couple of common office supplies, you can perform a nifty rising card routine where everything ends clean.

Seeing Through the Deck:
A strange (nearly self-working) way to pinpoint a selected card.

Two Hindu Shuffle Forces of More Than One Card:
A number of ways to force, glimpse, and control cards with the Hindu Shuffle.

The Boston-Lorayne Card Change:
A pretty color-change using a fan of cards.

Stripper Spin Reverse:
Super-slick method to gain control over multiple cards using a mixture of sleight-of-hand and a common gimmicked deck.

The Non Telephone Telephone Trick:
Magic mixed with a bit of math used to find multiple cards in a random process.

A Red & Black Separation:
You'll learn how to get the red and black cards to instantly separate even though you've mixed them together face-up.

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 22nd, 2018
To be fair, let me start off by saying that I am not a card magician, nor do I have any interest performing card magic.

With that said, I feel like most of these routines weren't very practical or very interesting to watch. Dan (of course) does a great job explaining, adding and adjusting methods or presentations that would make it more suitable for today's audience.

Covering "every trick in the book" means explaining methods or routines that aren't as good, strong or interesting as others. From part 1 of this lesson to part 2, I felt (personally) that there was a decline of relevancy and practicality from the first to the latter.

You may find something you like and will use; great. For me, it was a bust.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 18th, 2018
These tricks stick with the original versions too closely for me.

It's interesting to see the device used for Alan Alan's rising card trick, but I'll never use it because a simpler method now exists (the one invented by Yigal Mesika).

The card box trick uses a box type that isn't used any more. It could be updated using greeting cards or bank cheques, where those boxes are still used, but it isn't done here.

I like Tony Noice's card transposition. It makes a card go from your fingers into the middle of a deck backwards. I'll practice it.

The Hindu Forces section goes over the modern, better way to do the Hindu force.

If you like the group mathematical tricks, I suggest looking up Woody Aragon's "How to find your other half" which is on the Penguin Live Super Sampler among other places.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 26th, 2020
If you want to do a seance / spook show, this gives you a number of good effects, already in am routine.

However, other reviews have said this is not “their style.” But there is so much more here. Dan Harlan does his usual great teaching job, and part of that is giving much more than is in Tarbell. In this instance, he also describes am easily built table that could be used for other types of shows. Also, a handful of the tricks can be used for a regular mentalist show.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 19th, 2018
Another excellent chapter in the ongoing every trick in the book. In this chapter you will be getting effects that are good for all the venues and for beginners to pros. I especially liked what Dan did with a card box, it opened up a lot of possibilities. Even if you don't like card tricks, this is well worth getting.
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