Highly acclaimed since its release on VHS, magicians have been begging for the Daryl Encyclopedia of Card Sleights to be released on DVD. Wait no longer! Each volume has been carefully chaptered with clear menus to let you jump directly to any sleight or explanation you’re looking for!
This 8-volume series is a true encyclopedia that will provide card workers, regardless of their experience level, with all they need to improve their skills and broaden their knowledge base. This is an incredible opportunity to learn about card magic. Rather than how to apply a few moves to a card trick, this series focuses on the technical aspects of card magic and prepares viewers to handles any situation by knowing what secret weapons are available to them. Daryl goes well beyond the mechanical process and you receive the benefits of Daryl’s years of experience as one of the best magicians in the world.
Volume Eight Contains:
Switches & Changes (cont’d from Vol 7); The Flicker Change (John Cornelius) and variations; The One-Handed Bottom Deal Change (Daryl); The Eidetic Change (Marlo/Cornelius) The Top Change; The Mechanics and Several Tips; Several Methods for Misdirection; A Different Grip for the Top Change Packet Switches; The Bottom Drop Off Switch (Brother John Hamman); Stiff to Snapper (Blackjack Change); The Braue Add-On (Fred Braue); and variations; Ace Assembly; Ambitious Aces and variations; Rising Crime (Daryl); The Vernon Add-On (Dai Vernon) and variations; The Block Turnover (Brother John Hamman); Spectator Stops at the Kings; Block Turnover Variations (Daryl); The Breakless Block Switch (Daryl) Miscellaneous; The Matchbox Easel; The Wind-Up Gag; The Spread Cull; Four-of-a-Kind Prediction; Folding a Card (2 methods); Doubling a Card Flourishes; One-Hand Cuts (2 packets); The Cannibal Card Cut; The Reach Across Cut; The Stretch Cut; The Pivot Around Cut; One-Hand Cuts (3 or more packets); The Triple Charlier Cut; The Triple Reach-Over Cut; Daryl’s Super Duper Cut; Miscellaneous Flourishes; Daryl’s Hot Shot Cut; The Frank Shields’ Four-Card Display; Making Double-Faced & Double-Backed Cards (peeling cards).