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Bernard Lightfingers
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Anyone here obsessed with card palming? Got any suggestions for good tricks that use any kind of card palm? Smile
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Try Larry Jennings' "L J Angle Steal Multiple Shift". It's not a stand-alone trick, but it IS a move using the Gamblers' Palm that easily fools most magicians, as Larry intended it to.



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Bernard Lightfingers
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Where can I find this?
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Jim Morton
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I'm rather fond of Larry Jennings' Open Travelers.



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Thomas Wayne
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The "L J Angle Steal Multiple Shift" can be found only (to my knowledge) in "Jennings '67" by Richard Kaufman.



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Quote:

On 2002-01-10 06:48, Thomas Wayne wrote:

The "L J Angle Steal Multiple Shift" can be found only (to my knowledge) in "Jennings '67" by Richard Kaufman.



Regards,

Thomas Wayne





Which, by the way, is a GREAT book, whether you like to palm or not!
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Bernard Lightfingers
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Thanks all! Smile Smile
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Alewishus
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card under glass, etc.
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How about Mike Close's "The card, the forehead and the saltshaker" from his Workers series?
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Check out the Allen Ackerman palming video.

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I learned to palm using a variation of Al Baker's "Card To Pocket."

I'm not sure where the original is located. This variation is in a set of lecture notes I put out a couple of years ago. It includes some beautiful touches from Scott Franz (a new guy here in The Magic Cafe) and David Fogel.

Really easy to do. It is to the two-handed top palm what Chad Long's "Now Look Here" is to the top change. No sweat 'cause the misdirection is so strong.
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I'm a fan of The Homing Card from "Stars Of Magic". It is a card to pocket trick with very powerful misdirection at the moment you do the palm. Your hand is shown empty right before going into the pocket both times, and you get two travels for the price of one palm. Very nice.

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