Expert at the Card Table + Expert Card Magic

Expert at the Card Table + Expert Card Magic

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The book, "The Expert at the Card Table" alone has been highly sought after since its publication in 1902. In the early days of it's existence, "The Expert at the Card Table", was considered obscene material because of the secrets contained within. Law enforcement at the time knew the tricks and moves in this book had the potential to make a practitioner of this material a very rich person.

These days the wisdom passed down by this set is mostly used for advanced card workers and professional magicians to perform unheard of effects.

This video series breaks down the knowledge into bite size pieces of magic training. No longer do card workers need to rely solely on reading the book to absorb all of the education.

Please keep in mind although the secrets contained within these volumes have the potential to make you large sums of money we are strongly opposed to using them for such dealings. This is strictly for entertainment purposes only.

Timecode:
Volume 1
Introduction - 0:00:00
Origins of the Book - 0:01:28
Early Days with Erdnase - 0:08:10
The Mistakes in Erdnase - 0:11:27
Erdnase & Credits - 0:16:12
Who Wrote the Book? - 0:22:16
Why Was the Book Written? - 0:30:35
Erdnase’s Honesty - 0:36:14
Position for Shuffle - 0:42:05

Volume 2
To Retain Top Stock - 0:00:00
Retain Top Stock & Shuffle Whole Deck - 0:00:38
Retain Bottom Stock & Shuffle Whole Deck - 0:01:25
Erdnase System of Blind Riffles & Cuts - 0:02:02
Top Stock & Wesley’s Auditions - 0:02:57
To Retain Bottom Stock - 0:06:27
Blind Cuts - 0:07:49
To Retain Bottom Stock: Top Losing One Card - 0:09:35
To Retain Complete Stock - 0:11:25
To Retain Top Stock 3 - 0:13:43
To Retain Bottom Stock - 0:14:40
Combination Riffes & Cuts - 0:15:25
Fancy Blind Cuts - 0:16:59
To Retain Complete Stock 1 - 0:19:07
To Retain Complete Stock 2 - 0:21:25
Fancy True Cut One Handed - 0:24:19
To Indicate the Location for the Cut - 0:26:29
By Crimp 1 - 0:28:58
By Jog 2 - 0:31:51
By Crimp 2 - 0:33:31
By Jog 4 - 0:35:08
Bottom Dealing - 0:36:25
Top & Bottom Dealing One Hand - 0:46:56
Second Dealing - 0:50:30
Another Method Bevelled Second Deal - 0:56:11
Ordinary Methods of Stocking, Locating and Securing - 0:58:44
Stock Shuffle - 1:02:24
Erdnase System of Stock Shuffling - 1:08:59
Four Card Stock - 1:10:20
Five Card Stock - 1:12:06
Erdnase System of Cull Shuffling - 1:14:32
The Cull Two Cards - 1:17:30
The Cull Three Cards - 1:19:00

Volume 3
Erdnase System of Palming - 0:00:00
Top Palm First Method - 0:02:19
Top Palm Second Method - 0:04:01
Bottom Palm First Method - 0:05:20
Bottom Palm Second Method - 0:06:53
Bottom Replacement - 0:09:39
Bottom Palm When Cards Are Riffled - 0:10:38
To Maintain the Bottom Palm While Dealing - 0:12:17
To Hold the Location of the Cut While Dealing - 0:14:38
Shifts - 0:17:06
Two Handed Shift - 0:18:01
One Handed Shift - 0:20:05
Ascertain Top Cards While Riffling & Reserve Them at Bottom - 0:27:42
Mode of Holding the Hand - 0:30:01
Skinning the Hand - 0:31:47
The Player Without an Ally - 0:36:37
Dealing Without the Cut - 0:38:48
Replacing the Cut as Before - 0:39:17
Holding out for the Cut - 0:39:51
Shifting the Cut - 0:41:10
Dealing Too Many - 0:42:41
Crimping for the Cut - 0:43:45
Replacing Palm When Cutting - 0:45:49
The Shot Deck - 0:48:53
Three Card Monte -0:49:19

Volume 4

Legerdemain - 0:00:00
Single-Handed Shift - 0:01:22
Longitudinal Shift - 0:06:09
The Open Shift - 0:11:10
The SWE Shift - 0:17:40
Diagonal Palm Shift - 0:21:20
The Blind Shuffle for Securing a Selected Card - 0:25:52
Forcing - 0:27:47
The Back Palm - 0:33:53
The Top Change - 0:37:05
The Bottom Change - 0:48:19
The Palm Change - 0:53:38
The Double Palm Change - 0:56:20
Transformations Two Hands: First Method - 0:59:08
Second Method - 1:04:41
Third-Fourth Method - 1:08:29
Fifth Method - 1:17:01
Sixth Method - 1:23:10
Transformations One Hand: First Method - 1:31:08
Blind Shuffles Retaining Order: First Method - 1:35:53
Blind Shuffles Retaining Order: Second Method - 1:40:19
Blind Shuffles Retaining Order: Third Method - 1:42:00
Blind Shuffles Retaining Order: Fourth Method - 1:44:27
Blind Shuffles Retaining Order: Fifth Method - 1:50:40
Methods for Determining a Card Thought of - 1:55:13
Methods for Determining a Card Thought of: Part B - 1:56:42
Methods for Determining a Card Thought of: Part C - 1:57:48
Methods for Determining a Card Thought of: Part D - 1:59:27
To Get Sight of Selected Card - 2:11:44
The Slide - 2:19:54
Favorite Sleights for Termination Tricks - 2:24:55

Volume 5

Act 1: for Your Performance - 0:00:00
Acrobatic Jacks - 0:01:38
The Card & Handkerchief - 0:07:08
The Card and Hat - 0:09:21
The Traveling Cards - 0:12:25
The Three Aces - 0:18:37
The Invisible Flights - 0:22:50
The Exclusive Coterie - 0:24:58
Act 1: for Your Heart Explanations - 0:31:05
The Card and Handkerchief Explained - 0:40:09
The Card and Hat Explained - 0:45:18
The Traveling Cards Explained - 0:52:48
The Three Aces Explained - 1:14:37
The Acme of Control Explained - 1:17:08
The Invisible Flight Explained - 1:22:45
The Exclusive Coterie Explained - 1:26:00
Act 2: For Your Mind Performances - 1:33:52
The Row of Ten Cards - 1:36:07
The Prearranged Deck - 1:40:32
Power of Concentrated Thought - 1:44:12
The Top & Bottom Production - 1:47:40
The Divining Rod - 1:52:01
A Mind Reading Trick Explained - 1:57:39
Row of Ten Cards Explained - 2:06:37
The Prearranged Deck Explained - 2:16:28
Power of Concentrated Thought Explained - 2:21:10
The Top & Bottom Production Explained - 2:28:44
The Divining Rod Explained - 2:39:11

Second Title Included: Sal Piacente's Expert Card Magic Volumes 1 & 2

Anyone who is excited by learning card tricks should be familiar with Sal Piacente and his incredible expert card magic routines. In fact, Sal is so good at performing card magic that casinos hire him for his expertise in preventing and catching cheaters trying to bring down the house.

In this well-crafted training, Sal pulls back the curtain on some of his most powerful effects. Including the "4,5,6 Packet Tick" which is truly a show-stopping routine. In that card trick, Sal finds a spectator's chosen card in the deck that he or she has just merely thought of. Can you imagine the reaction when you make that one happen? MIND-BLOWING.

Sal's Memory Opener: Memorize the deck of cards instantly
The Marlo Opener: Correctly estimate the exact number of cards cut
Sal's Ace Cutting Routine: A shuffled deck is cut directly to each of the four aces
Sal's Ace Cutting Routine II: This time a shuffled deck is cut right to the aces without even looking
The Vernon Poker Deal Revisited: A spectator will draw the winning card for your poker hand
The McDougal Stack Outdone: Stack four aces into a deck and then deal out the aces
Paint Poker: Deal out the winning poker hand
Rollover Aces: Cut to the four aces, then produce all four Royal Flushes
Stop!!!: A selected card is shuffled into the deck. The deck is dealt until "stop" is called and selected card shows up
The Riffle Stack: Set up a deck with the use of a riffle shuffle
The Faro Stack: Faro shuffle the four aces into the deck and then deal back the aces with a surprise ending
4,5,6-Packet Trick: A show stopper that you have to see to believe.

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