Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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cards:fifty-one_cards_to_pocket [2018/12/28 18:49]
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 Gordon Bruce of Scotland later published an application of the surprise deck-flight in his sensibly titled //[[http://www.conjuringcredits.com/lib/tpl/credits/files/1985-gordon-bruce-lecture-notes.pdf|Gordon Bruce's Lecture Notes]]//, 1985, np. Bruce used it as the climax to a Homing Card routine called "The Travel Sick Card". Gordon Bruce of Scotland later published an application of the surprise deck-flight in his sensibly titled //[[http://www.conjuringcredits.com/lib/tpl/credits/files/1985-gordon-bruce-lecture-notes.pdf|Gordon Bruce's Lecture Notes]]//, 1985, np. Bruce used it as the climax to a Homing Card routine called "The Travel Sick Card".
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 +Jerry Sadowitz came up with a variation in which the deck appears scattered among four pockets, rather than one: "The Card That Doesn't Go to Pocket" in //[[https://askalexander.org/display/17823/Cards+on+the+Table/70|Cards on the Table]]//, 1989, p. 64.
  
 See: [[cards_up_the_sleeve_or_to_the_pocket|Cards Up the Sleeve or to the Pocket]].  See: [[cards_up_the_sleeve_or_to_the_pocket|Cards Up the Sleeve or to the Pocket]].