Buck, Dan and Dave: Nursery Rhymes Volume 3
©2003 Dan and Dave Buck
Softcover, stapled manuscript, 8.5x11", 33 pages

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Nursery Rhymes
              Volume 3
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Comments (Alex Rossi): 2003 Lecture Notes. B&W photo illustrated.


4 Foreword
5 TiVo Transpo: An in-the-hands two card transposition using no duplicates.
8 Watch: A Crazy visual four ace production, looks like real magic.
11 D.M.B Spread Control: A variation of the Convincing Control.
13 - Second Method: continuous spread method
14 Shuffled Aces: Four ace production based on a Carmen D’Amico idea. Originally published in Artifice Ruse and Subterfuge in the Hands
16 Transpositionings: A selection is peeked, then after a series of cuts it lands face-up in the middle of the deck. Then it becomes immediately sandwiched between the two black aces, the selection is taken out and the black aces are given to the spectator to hold. Then in a flash the black aces are on top of the deck with the selection in between, again. And the cards the spectator holds are the red aces!
18 - Hiro Sakai's Duck Change
19 - Looy Simonoff's Flippant
19 - Simplified Version
20 Bottom Deal Daley: A variation of Doc Daley’s Last Trick, using a bottom deal.
21 Card to Mouth: A variation of the classic card to mouth using Simon Lovell’s FLOOP, also teaches: Extended FLOOP.
24 Cards Across: A slight variation of Aaron Fisher’s Hello Goodbye, using FLOOP.
26 Thriceinator: A three packet false, table cut
29 Lay Down and Spread’em: One ace is produced and a split second the other three follow.
30 T.G. Murphy's Reverse Mid Air Triple Cut a.k.a. Deck Flip: An explanation of T.G Murphy’s Deck Flip and some of its uses:
30 - The Basics
31 - Methods for Practice
32 - T.G.'s Triple Flip Lift: triple lift while flipping the deck
32 - Ace Production
32 - As a Substitute for the Blackjack Bury
33 - A Thought for Reversing the Bottom Card As Well As Turning the Deck Over