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The Origins of Wonder

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-While Paul Le Paul typically gets credit for this sleight due to its appearance in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17473/​The+Card+Magic+of+Le+Paul/​105|The Card Magic of Le Paul]]//, 1949, p. 101, it appeared earlier as "A Chosen Card" by Walter Gibson in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​38787/​The+Magic+wand+and+magical+review/​206|The Magic Wand]]//, Vol. No. 8, Oct. 1919, p. 160, minus the one-handed fan closure described by Le Paul.+While Paul Le Paul typically gets credit for this sleight due to its appearance in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17473/​The+Card+Magic+of+Le+Paul/​105|The Card Magic of Le Paul]]//, 1949, p. 101, it appeared earlier as "A Chosen Card" by Walter Gibson in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​38787/​The+Magic+wand+and+magical+review/​206|The Magic Wand]]//, Vol. 8, No. 8, Oct. 1919, p. 160, minus the one-handed fan closure described by Le Paul.
  
 Other early published descriptions of the move can be found in //The Lost Notebooks of John Northern Hilliard//, 2001, p. 116. Hilliard ascribes the move to S. Leo Horowitz, who, due to the date the notebooks were originally compiled (c. 1928), likely preceded Le Paul in this sleight. And again in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​13873/​Card+Magic+Part+Two/​6|Farelli'​s Card Magic, Part Two]]//, 1933, p. 66, under the title "A General Utility '​Location'"​. As with Hilliard'​s similar description,​ the handling may be judged as less nuanced than Le Paul'​s,​ lacking the one-handed fan closure, but it is essentially the same sleight. Other early published descriptions of the move can be found in //The Lost Notebooks of John Northern Hilliard//, 2001, p. 116. Hilliard ascribes the move to S. Leo Horowitz, who, due to the date the notebooks were originally compiled (c. 1928), likely preceded Le Paul in this sleight. And again in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​13873/​Card+Magic+Part+Two/​6|Farelli'​s Card Magic, Part Two]]//, 1933, p. 66, under the title "A General Utility '​Location'"​. As with Hilliard'​s similar description,​ the handling may be judged as less nuanced than Le Paul'​s,​ lacking the one-handed fan closure, but it is essentially the same sleight.
  
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