Professor Hoffmann - Card Trick without Apparatus

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    Contents:

    Chapter 1 Introductory

    Chapter II Principles Of Sleight Of Hand Applicable To Card Conjuring
    4 To Make The Pass With Both Hands
    6 Single-Handed Passes, No 1
    7 Single-Handed Passes, No 2
    9 Single-Handed Passes, No 3
    11 To Force A Card
    12 To Force N Person To Think Of A Particular Card
    13 - Another Method
    14 "Forcing" Packs
    15 To Force Three Cards Together
    16 To Palm A Card
    17 To Palm The Bottom Card Of The Pack
    17 To Palm The Top Card With One Hand Only
    18 To Get Sight Of A Card
    19 To "Change" A Card - Various Methods
    21 "Second" Dealing
    23 Hellis’ Change (No 1) To Change A Given Card Without The Aid Of The Pack
    24 Hellis' Change (No 2) To Change Several Cards At Once
    25 To "Slip" A Card
    26 False Shuffles - Various Methods
    30 The Bridge
    31 The Ruffle
    32 The Click
    32 To Throw A Card
    33 To Spring The Cards From Hand To Hand
    34 To "Change" One Pack For Another
    35 Pochettes And Profondes
    36 Conjurers’ Tables — The Servante
    36 The Use Of The Magic Wand

    38 Chapter III Special Cards, And Tricks Therewith
    38 Long Or Wide Cards
    38 Longs And Shorts
    39 Biseaute or Tapering Cards
    41 Tricks With Long Cards
    43 Tricks With Biseaute Cards
    45 The Pocket-Picking Trick
    45 "Corner" Cards
    46 Changing Cards
    47 The "Walking Pip" Card
    48 Another Form Of Changing Card, And Tricks Therewith

    52 Chapter IV Marked Cards, And Tricks Therewith
    52 To Distinguish The Suit Of Each Card
    53 Various Systems Of Card-Marking
    55 The Charlier System
    58 "Reading" The Cards
    60 The Charlier "Dial," And Method Of Using

    68 Chapter V Tricks Dependent Upon Sleight Of Hand
    68 Advice To The Neophyte
    69 The Conjurer’s "Patter"
    72 The Obedient Aces
    76 Conus’ Ace Trick
    79 The Shower Of Aces
    80 To Turn Over The Pack
    80 Bertram’S Ace Trick
    82 Clairvoyance By Touch
    85 To Pass A Card Through A Hat
    86 The Ladies’ Looking-Glass
    89 Everybody’s Card
    91 Cards Judged By Weight, And The Multiplication Of Cards
    94 "Stop!" Three Cards Having Been Drawn By Three Different Persons, To Make Them Appear At Such Numbers In The Pack As The Drawers May Choose
    96 The Cards Having Been Freely Shuffled, And Cut Into Three Or Four Heaps, To Name The Top Card Of Each Heap
    97 Thought Anticipated
    98 A Person Having Secretly Thought Of A Card, And The Pack Having Been Divided Into Three Heaps, To Declare In Which Of Such Heaps The Card Thought Of Will Be Found
    99 To Invite A Person Secretly To Think Of A Card, And Before Such Card Is Named, To Plok It Out Of The Pack
    101 A Card Having Been Thought Of By One Person, To Offer The Pack To Another, And Cause Him To Draw That Same Card
    103 Thought Doubly Anticipated - To Place A Card Thought Of By One Person At Such Position In The Pack As Another Person Shall Mentally Select

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