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Hi,

What is the best book resource for false deals?

Thanks,

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For magic? Hugard's Expert Card Technique.
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Mainly gambling
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Real gambling? Do you mean you want to cheat?
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Ed Marlo's RCT book has quite a lot false deals etc in it.
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Yeah, Marlo might be about as good as you can get from any one book. But if you really want to cheat, would you rely on any one book? And if you're, say, a mentalist thinking about maybe learning some card stuff, do you start with Marlo?
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I knew some card magic before mentalism, and I want to learn some card cheating.
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Expert card technique, or a little known book called expert at the card table.
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Well, a lot of books are available, but they're just a start, you'll have to adapt the stuff to your needs, hands, etc.

Expert Card Technique (Hugar & Braue)
Revolutionary Card Technique (Marlo)

About bottom deals, a book on Gene Maze's bottom deal. About second deal, you've got second to none (simon Lovell).

And so many other sources! Just search in this forum.
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I hope you may want to learn how to do some gambling demonstrations...right ?
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Also check out Revelation, and Vernon chronicles vol 1, supplied with seconds,centers and bottom's. you would have a pretty good base.. some guy is also selling giorgios bottome deal notes for $5w0t0f, in the book section.
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500 bones? Is that what they get for that manuscript these days?
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Well, it's what the guy's asking for.

I've seen another one sold a few months back (another site) and it went for 1/20th of that price.
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It's signed. Maybe that's why he want's so much.
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Considering the nature of the release I'd wager every one of them is signed.

The one I saw pass by was also signed. For the amount it was sold I would have jumped on it if I had seen it in time. A bargain at twice the price, but 20 times? Not really.
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On 2008-10-14 14:29, Vandy Grift wrote:
It's signed. Maybe that's why he want's so much.

That was probably the copy david malek sold on his site for 300bucks about a year or 2 ago...you are probably beter off emailing TG and asking to buy a manuscript..
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I'm not really looking for it. I just went and looked at the listing cause C-Taylor mentioned it.
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I think the most I have ever seen it for sale was around $50-$75 dollars. If it sells for $500 I would be shocked. It's probably good but not $500 worth good.. In fact I don't know of any book that is worth spending 5 Franklins.
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On 2008-10-14 20:33, C-Taylor wrote:
I think the most I have ever seen it for sale was around $50-$75 dollars. If it sells for $500 I would be shocked. It's probably good but not $500 worth good.. In fact I don't know of any book that is worth spending 5 Franklins.

I would have easily paid 500 bucks for forte's book on casino game protection... if you know how to make use of that book the $200 price tag means NOTHING...
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