This book contains thirty-three ways to force a card. If you have a collection of card books, you have probably run into the statement, "Use your favorite force." Well, if this book is in your collection, you have thirty-three descriptions of devices that could become your favorite. The forces fall into several categories. For example, some are for the stage and some are better in a close-up environment. Some forces are quick and used for those quick and dirty tricks that generate a laugh. Others are for serious presentations the convince your customers you can predict the future. A number of them require no skill. This book has another advantage. Each force is accompanied with a routine. Some of these routines can be features in a full stage presentation. Some are quick tricks that are cute and just entertaining. Some will cause the audience to think real hard on how you could do something not possible. The real advantage in these types of tricks is that you are not just finding a card someone picked. You are finding the card but the spectators are going to say, "What in the world???" This book belongs in your library to be used as a source when you are on a quest for something new.
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Al Schneider is a leading member of the magic community. He has lectured and performed at most domestic magic get-togethers. He is a renowned writer and creator of magic effects and principles. His books have sold worldwide and have made a significant impact on the industry. He invented the Matrix routine that revolutionized the coin world.
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