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Self Working Card Tricks - DVD Bundle

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On these DVD's, you'll learn a number of powerful card tricks that rely not on knuckle-busting manipulation but rather, on mathematical principles, stacks, and subtleties, aided in some cases by very minimal, basic sleight of hand.
 
Volume 1

Lazy Man's Card Trick - Harry Lorayne
Gemini Mates - Allan Ackermann these DVD's, you'll learn a number of powerful card tricks that rely not on knuckle-busting manipulation but rather, on mathematical principles, stacks, and subtleties, aided in some cases by very minimal, basic sleight of hand.
Whispering Queen - Daryl
Lucky Seven - David Regal
Overkill - Michael Ammar
Birds of a Feather - Johnny Thompson
21 Card Trick - Bill Malone
Cross Cut Force - Daryl
Simple Spelling - Eugene Burger

Volume 2

The Four Aces - Allan Ackerman
My Card Finds Your Card - Johnny Thompson
Secret Mathematician - Daryl
Interdimension - Harry Lorayne
Slop Shuffle - Michael Ammar
The Magical Threes - Allan Ackerman
Easy You Do As I Do - Johnny Thompson
8 Card Brainwave - Daryl
Impossible - Larry Jennings


Volume 3

Happy Birthday Card Trick - Daryl
The Clock Trick - Allan Ackerman
Secrets to a Royal Flush - Michael Ammar
Ten Card Poker Deal - Harry Lorayne
Perfect Stop Trick - Bill Malone
Sense of Touch - Johnny Thompson
Spectator Finds the Aces - Daryl
Voice Print - Harry Lorayne




      



       

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