Paul Diamond's Big Easy Card Cunning

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Postby Sam Kesler » 08/04/05 03:21 PM

Jon Racherbaumer wrote Big Easy Card Cunning and said "These are effects card experts are not ashamed to do".

It includes a collection of 31 of the author's best creations that require a minimum of sleights. Copyright 1992.

Does anyone have this and know what effects are included? Are they effects printed elsewhere?

I can't find a Table of Contents at my usual sources. Thanks!
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Postby Jon Racherbaumer » 08/05/05 09:25 AM

Here is the Contents of BIG-EASY CARD-CUNNING:


Contents

Simplex Physical & Mental
Telephenomenal
21 And Then Some
Guesstimation City
Marked Calculation
What Is the Question?
Easy Prefiguration
Klutzy Forces
Hobson Chooses Again
Punch-Line Division
Simple Sync
Is Your Pants On Fire?
Made In the Shade
No-Clue
Hands Off & Upside Down
Chans Turn
Locatrix
Klutzs Cunning Cutting Sequence
James Game
Reflection
Four-Part Harmony
Fast Eddie & The Kid
Dunbury Lie Speller
Eighteen-Card Version
Hull-Quick
Poker Tell
Chance & Necessity
Locators Galore
Forked Tongue Spell-Down
Homespun Spell
Do You Know Something We Dont Know?
Above and Beyond
Lollapallooza Prediction

This is a FREE e-book on my WEbsite, available to Premium Members.

www.JonRacherbaumer.com

One correction: These tricks are NOT my invention. Some are my VARIATIONS.

Onward...
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Postby Sam Kesler » 08/05/05 12:18 PM

Thank you, Jon. Of course it is!

I am a big fan of yours and a new premium member to your site. I should've checked your ebooks page again before posting. I am still overwhelmed by the wealth of material on your site. Double wow.

My only regret is that I waited so long. To all readers of this post, if you are a card guy (who isn't?) and haven't signed up for Jon's site, please do yourself a favor and do so. Even though I don't believe one can have too many card tricks, there's enough material on there to last you a hundred lifetimes. :D

p.s. Thanks for Counthesaurus! It's a great reference guide I will refer to over and over again. Not to mention a lightning rod (correct metaphor?) to spark creativity when coming up with "new" effects.
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