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The Origins of Wonder

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 An anonymous notebook from c. 1800 contains this technique as well, suggesting that the move dates even further back. Will Houstoun transcribed the manuscript and published it as //The Notebook//, 2009, p. 69. An anonymous notebook from c. 1800 contains this technique as well, suggesting that the move dates even further back. Will Houstoun transcribed the manuscript and published it as //The Notebook//, 2009, p. 69.
  
-An earlier, related technique appears in Henri Decremps'​s //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​5129/​Decremps+from+Kaufman/​162-163|Testament de Jerome Sharp]]//, 1786, p. 162 of the Hugard translation (unpublished). In this handling, the deck is held in dealing grip, and instead of dropping the deck, the magician retains his hold on it as he drops his hand quickly downward, causing the sidejogged card to flip over on top.+An earlier, related technique appears in Henri Decremps'​s //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​5129/​Decremps+from+Kaufman/​162-163|Testament de Jerome Sharp]]//, 1786, p. 162 of the Hugard translation (unpublished). In this handling, the deck is held in dealing grip, and instead of dropping the deck, the magician retains his hold on it as he drops his hand quickly downward, causing the sidejogged card to flip over onto the table.
  
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