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The Origins of Wonder

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-The first description of this effect appears to be in D. H. A. Kerndörffer'​s 1820 German text, //Der kleine Taschenspieler und Magier//, p. 256 (according to Reinhard Müller in his //Buckley 30 Escorial 2004//, p. 18. Two methods were given: a crude center deal technique done from an injog (later reinvented by Max Katz in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​38684/​Hugard+s+magic+monthly/​73|Hugard'​s Magic Monthly]]//,​ Vol. 14No. 7, Dec. 1956, p. 505), and the use of a one-way forcing deck. Robert-Houdin also features ​a method in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​29472/​The+Secrets+of+Conjuring+and+Magic/​289|The Secrets of Conjuring and Magic]]//, 1868, p. 269, under the title "​NOW!"​.+According to Reinhard Müller in his //Buckley 30 Escorial 2004//, 2004, p. 18, the first description of this effect appears to be in D. H. A. Kerndörffer'​s 1820 German text, //Der kleine Taschenspieler und Magier//, p. 256. Two methods were given: a crude center deal technique done from an injog (later reinvented by Max Katz in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​38684/​Hugard+s+magic+monthly/​73|Hugard'​s Magic Monthly]]//,​ Vol. 14 No. 7, Dec. 1956, p. 505), and the use of a one-way forcing deck. Jean Eugène ​Robert-Houdin also featured ​a method in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​29472/​The+Secrets+of+Conjuring+and+Magic/​289|The Secrets of Conjuring and Magic]]//, 1868, p. 269, under the title "​NOW!"​
  
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