The Complete Illogical Dribble Force

Book by Justin Higham
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The Complete Illogical Dribble Force

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Book by Justin Higham (20.00)

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This volume combines the original booklet, The Illogical Dribble Force (2007) and the follow-up volume, Notes on the Illogical Dribble Force (2009).

The basic move is an easy force which can be done without any breaks, crimps, jogged cards or similar - although these elements may be added for more sophisticated applications. Indeed, the basic move can be done from a shuffled deck with no get-ready other than glimpsing the desired force card beforehand. (This can be done in any manner the performer desires.)

Part One of the book contains over 20 individual items, and Part Two contains over 40 items. These include various other illogical forces which are unrelated method-wise to the Illogical Dribble Force. These include Dave Buck's Revolving X Force, Kevin Baker's K.B. Illogical Dribble Force, David Davies' Illogical Swing Cut Force, the Illogical Riffle Force, plus effects and applications of the IDF by Paul Gordon, Will Houstoun and others.

56 pages, 35 photos, A5 saddle-stitched booklet with card covers.


Customer reviews for The Complete Illogical Dribble Force



Just amazing this is very very good material the force works well (if you like the bluff pass kind of risky moves like me ) but its great also i love kevin bakers routine in here ilogical figuration but this is just high quality stuff and it came right from justin(literly it was sent from the uk ) but i love this "manual" and it couldn't be better!


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  • Phil asks: I can't find a video of this move anywhere and I'm hesitant to spend $20 on something that sounds like it would meet my needs but may end up not being a good fit. Especially when it has Illogical in its name :) I'd appreciate seeing the move in action or at least a photo/description of how one enters/exits to make sure it would work into the effect I'm trying to do. Thanks!

    • 1. Jim answers: Since this is a book, there may not be a video available. I would suggest asking the author:
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