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by Karl Fulves

Download Big Book of Magic Tricks (Dover Magic Books) eBook
ISBN:
0486282287
Author:
Karl Fulves
Category:
Activities Crafts & Games
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dover Publications; Revised edition (November 30, 2011)
Pages:
208 pages
EPUB book:
1176 kb
FB2 book:
1678 kb
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1565 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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572


The best book yet on easy-to-do magic. Martin Gardner Amaze friends, astonish your family. Karl Fulves is one of the most respected authorities in the field of magic

The best book yet on easy-to-do magic. Karl Fulves is one of the most respected authorities in the field of magic. For over 40 years, he has written hundreds of books on the subject and taught the art of illusion to thousands of people of all ages.

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Tricks with cards, coins and rope, comedy magic, mental dexterity and much more, including expert advice on psychological misdirection and dramatic presentation. The best book yet on easy-to-do magic. 247 black-and-white illustrations. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Learn to do astounding feats with few or no props and a minimum of sleight of hand. Be the first to ask a question about Big Book of Magic Tricks. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Tricks with cards, coins and rope, comedy magic, mental dexterity and much more, including expert advice on psychological misdirection and dramatic presentation. Tricks with cards, coins and rope, comedy magic, mental dexterity and much more, including expert advice on psychological misdirection and dramatic presentation

Learn to do astounding feats with few or no props and a minimum of sleight of hand.

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The best book yet on easy-to-do magic. Martin GardnerAmaze friends, astonish your family, and fascinate any audience by infallibly dealing a royal flush, correctly predicting the outcome of the World Series, unmasking a psychic fraud, and performing a host of other dazzling deceptions. Novices especially will find Big Book of Magic Tricks a wonderful introduction to the art of conjuring but the book is crammed with so much choice new information that even professional magicians can learn something. This book is quality - the tricks are effective, the methods ingenious, and the advice Fulves gives on presenting the tricks properly is excellent.

"The best book yet on easy-to-do magic." — Martin GardnerAmaze friends, astonish your family, and fascinate any audience by infallibly dealing a royal flush, correctly predicting the outcome of the World Series, unmasking a psychic fraud, and performing a host of other dazzling deceptions. You can do it with the help of this book, one of the best guides to magic tricks that don't require long hours of practice or elaborate preparation.You'll find invaluable techniques — clearly demonstrated with abundant illustrations — for accomplishing magical feats with cards, coins, rope, comedy magic, mental displays of dexterity and much more, as well as expert advice for practicing psychological misdirection and dramatic presentation. Although the tricks in this book require little in the way of props, sleight of hand or a high degree of skill, the effects they produce are astounding. Novices especially will find Big Book of Magic Tricks a wonderful introduction to the art of conjuring but the book is crammed with so much choice new information that even professional magicians can learn something."This book is quality — the tricks are effective, the methods ingenious, and the advice Fulves gives on presenting the tricks properly is excellent." — Robert Dike Blair

  • Reggy
i sawed my wife in half and got probation. basically it is a true and wonderfully gatherings of both the misdirected slite of hand with the added direction of heavy of hand. it will both twist your bowels yet gently snacht your very loins leaving you wreaching na wreffing for all that ther could evever... its fun i recommend it.
  • Shalinrad
I don't think these tricks would impress even at a birthday party for 6 year olds.

Maybe 40 years ago someone would have found this book helpful.

But not in this day and age.
  • SlingFire
I found this book in a used book store in New York City for under $3 (including tax). Being an amateur magician is one of my hobbies. This book definitely has numerous great magic tricks for both beginners and experienced amateurs. The only problem is that it includes long introductions and long explanations. Also it has a mixture of both weak tricks as well as great tricks using items that are easily obtainable. To get the most out of this book you've got to browse over and skip tricks or parts that are not appealing to you. When you get to the good tricks read them carefully and practice often. Then you will see that this is a very good magic book. Another plus is that the most tricks do not require sleight of hand (which can take hours or days to learn). Some of the better tricks do require some preparation and practice. If the author would have selected the best tricks only and shortened the excessive explanations and advise, I would've given this book a 5 star! It does deserve 4 stars, however, because among the bad tricks are some very clever and original classics that most people can learn with some patience and effort. Since the aim of this book is to learn some good magic tricks I strongly recommend it.
  • Wiliniett
I got this book for free as a gift; I'm glad I didn't have to pay anything for it. Lots of pages of text, few illustrations. The book seems to be something that would be better marketed as an optical illusion or math tricks book. I looked through the entire thing and didn't see anything that I was particularly interested in. The last section started to talk about classic magic but wasn't thorough enough to really get a feel for the tricks and didn't explain at all as to how they were done. Simply not useful. I'd recommend that a person looking for a solid beginning magic book buy Magic: The Complete Course (Book & DVD) by Joshua Jay instead.