Farelli, Victor: Thanks to Leipzig!
©1948 George Armstrong, A Magic Wand Publication, London
Softcover, saddle-stitched, 5.5x8.5", 53 pages
Thanks to Leipzig!
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Victor Farelli: Thanks to Leipzig!

Comments: "The cleanest method of passing three freely selected cards from one packet to another, with a borrowed pack and without preparation and a convincing mental effect, both fully described in the minutest detail"

Contents (from book ToC):

7 Frontispiece: Nate Leipzig
9 Foreword (George Armstrong)

10 The Routine
10 - The Requirements
10 - The Assistants
11 - Working And Presentation

22 Supplementary Notes
22 A. The "Bluff" False Count
22 B. The Standard False Count
24 C. Cards With Contrasting Backs
24 D. Selected Cards And-Contrasting Backs
25 E. Choice Of Packet To Be Used
26 F. An Amusing Bit Of Comedy

27 As A Mental Effect
30 - Is There A Foolproof Routine?

32 Appendix I Bibliographical And Historical Notes (1853-1947)

40 Appendix II False Counting
40 The Genuine (Noiseless) Count
44 The False (Noiseless) Count
45 How Leipzig Used The False Count
47 The Harrison False Count
50 The Latest False Count
51 The Armstrong False Count

53 L’Envoi