Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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-Also called ​the count-back force, in which between ten and twenty cards are counted ​of, then the digits of the number added and the result counted from the packet to arrive at the force card. In //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​37222/​Genii/​48|Genii]]// ​(Vol. 62No. 4, April 1999, p. 46Phil Goldstein writes: "the Count-Back Force...seems to have first seen print in Billy O'​Connor'​s 'After the Four Ace Trick' in the June-Sept. 1935 //Magic Wand//, although there is evidence to suggest that it is older than that."+This technique is also referred to as the count-back force, in which between ten and twenty cards are counted ​off, then the digits of the number added together ​and the result counted from the packet to arrive at the force card. In //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​37222/​Genii/​48|Genii]]//​Vol. 62 No. 4, Apr. 1999, p. 46Phil Goldstein writes: "The Count-Back Force...seems to have first seen print in Billy O'​Connor'​s 'After the Four Ace Trick' in the June-Sept. 1935 //Magic Wand//, although there is evidence to suggest that it is older than that."
  
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