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Journal of Hand Therapy 27 () 67e69 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Journal of Hand Therapy journal homepage: dovolena-na-lodi.infoherapy. org Practice. of paper can fully disclose the swift fluidity of sleight of hand. In magical performances, knowledge about the revealed frontview. (what appears to be done) fails. The publishers only consider The Magician's. Own Book a new addition to the current list of entertainments of that character ; for what is a sleight of hand feat but.

The right hand takes its card by the lower right corner, thumb on top and first and second fingers underneath, the second finger being bent inward a little of the inner end of the card. The right hand scoops the card by going underneath it from the long side. As the right hand turns over, the thumb moves along the second finger, transferring the grip to the Ace now held between the thumb and the second finger and takes that card to the left.

The blank-faced card remains on the table. Slip Cut The effect is that the top half of the deck is cut off and the top card of the lower half is taken. What really happens is this: The deck is held in the left hand as for dealing, with the thumb on the inside upper left corner ready to riffle the edges. The fingers of the left hand curl over the top of the deck, just a little. Now, you riffle the edges of the deck and someone calls stop. Your right hand comes over to remove the top half of the deck.

Your extended left fingers keep their pressure on the top card and this is slipped onto the top of the bottom half of the deck as your right hand removes the rest of the top half. MagicDan Notes: I wrote this using the opposite hands. Same slip cut, different hands!!

Have the card you want to force on the top of the deck. You can shuffle the cards as long as you retain the top card. Hold the deck in your right hand dealing position with the cards face down in your palm. Fingers curled around the left side and your thumb at the outer right corner. Tell the spectator to say stop as you use your thumb to riffle down thru the cards.

Stop when he says stop. With your left hand, peel back the cards above the break as if you were opening the pages of a book.

As your left hand moves away, the right fingers pull back the top card. As the left hand cards clear the right hand cards, the original top card drops back on to the top of the cards remaining in your right hand. This is the card that the spectator looks at. He believes it to be the card he "stopped" at but actually is the original top card. I helps to hide the action of the steal by rolling your right hand to the palm down postition as you steal the top card.

This helps pull the card off the top of the deck and hides the action. As you offer the deck to the spectator, revolve your hand back around so the palm is up.

Side Steals and Diagonal Palm Shifts

Do it with a deck in your hands and it will quickly become obvious as to how it's done. Double Undercut Let us say that the top card is to be moved to the bottom of the deck. A break is held beneath the top card with the right thumb. The left. This is repeated, with all the cards beneath the break going on top. The deck has apparently been fairly cut twice, but in fact the only change is that the top card has been moved to the bottom.

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Tent Vanish With the deck held face-down in dealing position in the left hand, a face-up card is leveraged upward by the thumb and its inner long edge, so that its slants downward toward the fingers at about a 45 degree angle.

The right hand approaches with a card hidden face outward in a palm. In the act of apparently taking the face-up card, both cards are allowed to drop flat on the deck as the right hand moves away; the concealment of the face-up card by the card above it creates the illusion. The right hand is eventually shown to be empty, its card having melted into thin air. Cross Force This is in easy and deceptive way in which to force a card. Having shuffled the deck, you have peeked at the top card and remembered it.

The deck is placed facedown on the table and a spectator is asked to cut the deck in two. You now take a moment to recap what has just happened, or you talk about the weather.

Triple False Cut

The important thing here is to take the spectator's mind off of the moves of the cut and have them take their eyes off it too, so that their mind forgets which half was on top and which half was on the bottom. Now, as you reach over to remove the top part of the "cross", you tell the spectator "Take the card you have cut to.

Thus, they take your force card and the rest is a presentation. Braue Reversal This is an effective way to reverse one or more cards in the back and is accomplished under the cover of a showy-looking cut. Assume that the cards to be reversed are face down at the top of the face down deck.

To Perform: Hold the deck in the left hand in normal dealing position and obtain a left pinky break beneath the cards which are to be reversed. Then, with the right hand arched above the deck, grip the deck with the right thumb at the inner narrow end of the deck and the right fingers at the outer end.

As the right hand grips the deck, the right thumb picks up the break that was previously held by the left pinky. With the left hand, cut off the lower half of the deck and revolve it face-up onto the portion of the deck still held in the right hand.

Square the half decks with one another, but maintain the right thumb break at the inner end of the pack. Next, the left hand again cuts off the lower portion of the deck and revolves it face-up onto the portion held in the right hand.

This time, however, the left hand cuts off all the cards beneath the right thumb break and it is these cards that are turned face-up. The two packs are then squared. If the procedure has been done properly, cards that were originally above the pinky break will still be face down beneath the face up deck.

Triple False Cut I have not seen this printed anywhere and I have long since forgot who showed it to me. Hold the deck by the ends with both hands one on each end between the thumb on one side and 2nd and 3rd fingers on the other end with the index fingers curled on top. Now for the beautiful illusion of it. Square the deck up. Hold the deck in your right hand dealing position with the cards face down in your palm. Fingers curled around the left side and your thumb at the outer right corner.

Tell the spectator to say stop as you use your thumb to riffle down thru the cards. Stop when he says stop.

With your left hand, peel back the cards above the break as if you were opening the pages of a book. As your left hand moves away, the right fingers pull back the top card. As the left hand cards clear the right hand cards, the original top card drops back on to the top of the cards remaining in your right hand. This is the card that the spectator looks at.

He believes it to be the card he "stopped" at but actually is the original top card.

I helps to hide the action of the steal by rolling your right hand to the palm down postition as you steal the top card. This helps pull the card off the top of the deck and hides the action. As you offer the deck to the spectator, revolve your hand back around so the palm is up.

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Do it with a deck in your hands and it will quickly become obvious as to how it's done. Double Undercut Let us say that the top card is to be moved to the bottom of the deck. A break is held beneath the top card with the right thumb.

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The left hand then cuts the bottom half of the deck off and places it on top of the top half. This is repeated, with all the cards beneath the break going on top. The deck has apparently been fairly cut twice, but in fact the only change is that the top card has been moved to the bottom. Tent Vanish With the deck held face-down in dealing position in the left hand, a face-up card is leveraged upward by the thumb and its inner long edge, so that its slants downward toward the fingers at about a 45 degree angle.

The right hand approaches with a card hidden face outward in a palm. In the act of apparently taking the face-up card, both cards are allowed to drop flat on the deck as the right hand moves away; the concealment of the face-up card by the card above it creates the illusion.

The right hand is eventually shown to be empty, its card having melted into thin air. Cross Force This is in easy and deceptive way in which to force a card. Having shuffled the deck, you have peeked at the top card and remembered it. The deck is placed facedown on the table and a spectator is asked to cut the deck in two. You now take a moment to recap what has just happened, or you talk about the weather. The important thing here is to take the spectator's mind off of the moves of the cut and have them take their eyes off it too, so that their mind forgets which half was on top and which half was on the bottom.

Now, as you reach over to remove the top part of the "cross", you tell the spectator "Take the card you have cut to. Thus, they take your force card and the rest is a presentation. Braue Reversal This is an effective way to reverse one or more cards in the back and is accomplished under the cover of a showy-looking cut.

Assume that the cards to be reversed are face down at the top of the face down deck. To Perform: 1. Hold the deck in the left hand in normal dealing position and obtain a left pinky break beneath the cards which are to be reversed. Then, with the right hand arched above the deck, grip the deck with the right thumb at the inner narrow end of the deck and the right fingers at the outer end.

As the right hand grips the deck, the right thumb picks up the break that was previously held by the left pinky.

With the left hand, cut off the lower half of the deck and revolve it face-up onto the portion of the deck still held in the right hand. Square the half decks with one another, but maintain the right thumb break at the inner end of the pack. Next, the left hand again cuts off the lower portion of the deck and revolves it face-up onto the portion held in the right hand. This time, however, the left hand cuts off all the cards beneath the right thumb break and it is these cards that are turned face-up.

The two packs are then squared. If the procedure has been done properly, cards that were originally above the pinky break will still be face down beneath the face up deck.

Triple False Cut I have not seen this printed anywhere and I have long since forgot who showed it to me.If you may think not understand, please carefully when buy. Continue to bring the right hand forward and down.

The blank-faced card remains on the table. There are two other ways to learn sleight of hand that deserve mention. A Cochrane Systematic Review and meta- comes following a themed approach to hand-arm bimanual intensive therapy analysis. One is to find a knowledgeable magician to teach it to you.

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