The first section of the book deals with card table artifice, or, to put it more bluntly, cheating at cards. Step by step, Mr. Erdnase demonstrates his own systems of. "The Expert at the Card Table is the most famous, the most carefully studied book ever published on the art of manipulating cards at gaming tables." —from the. The Expert At The Card Table Deck. Dieser Artikel steht derzeit nicht zur Verfügung! 19,00 € *. inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten. Bald wieder verfügbar.
Limited Edition Expert At The Card Table (White) Playing CardsThe Expert at the Card Table wurde erstmals im Jahre publiziert und seither erfolgten unzählige Neuauflagen. Es gab sowohl komplette Nachdrucke des. The Expert at the Card Table wurde erstmals im Jahre publiziert und seither erfolgten unzählige Neuauflagen. Es gab sowohl komplette Nachdrucke des. S. W. Erdnase war das Pseudonym eines Autors, der in seinem veröffentlichten Buch The Expert at the Card Table Fingerfertigkeiten, Betrügereien und.
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Finally, I don't find a lot of the stuff usable in my routine. Maybe its because I don't do a lot of gambling-style magic or cheat at all, but a lot of the content is useless.
For example in a performance, I myself, not giving the deck to the spectator would only really mix up the deck once or twice, if I even do that over a different control.
If I mixed up a deck 16 times exaggerating here , wouldn't you get suspicious, or bored? I mean, can you even compare to to Card College, or the Royal Road, or any major book out there?
So obviously this is my personal view point on the book, though a lot of what I said can actually be proven, or has been proven by other magicians.
I would love to hear your thoughts on this. I can't say it any better than this OEastman likes this. Joined: Jul 22, Messages: Likes Received: I was wondering when this would come up..
As an example, everyone talks up Royal Road to Card Magic. I've read it twice, but to me it's not great. The reason is I've never put in the work the book requires to make it worthwhile.
I'm sure it is a great book. I just don't give it the time it truly deserves. Now, not to say you didn't work at Expert at the Card Table.
I have no idea. Just my opinion, the 'classics' as it were, need that work. Maybe one day I'll quit being so lazy and spend time with these books.
The only "bible" in card magic is the one you give and get the most out of. I hope this makes sense. I talk better than I write.
I think Madison and Erdnase have a lot in common. Neither are that great but lots of people think otherwise. Also, despite my love for Martin Gardner's work in puzzles, math and magic, it is likely that his guess as to the identity of Erdnase is incorrect.
But besides the point of E x M, I'm talking more so of the book. RealityOne likes this. Erdnase really is all that If you have the time to sit down read, and practice.
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For almost a century, this book has been considered indispensable to attaining the highest level of card mastery. In it, S. Erdnase, a supreme master of card manipulation, teaches card enthusiasts how to perform the dazzling tricks and sleights — many of them his own creations — that made him famous.
The first section of the book deals with card table artifice, or, to put it more bluntly, cheating at cards.
Step by step, Mr. Erdnase demonstrates his own systems of false shuffling, false riffling and cutting, dealing from the bottom, and such slick moves as palming cards, "skinning the hand" — even three-card monte.
The second section covers legerdemain: the art of forcing a card, one- and two-hand transformations, the devious "slide" and more. In an informative Foreword to this edition, Martin Gardner relates the unhappy details of the author's personal life, and recounts the history of this famous book, whose methods, Mr.
Gardner asserts, "are as useful today by magicians and card hustlers as they were in This book is still the bible of card 'mechanics,' and as much a delight to read as it was in the early years of this century.
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