Card Devilry

Book by J.K. Hartman
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Card Devilry

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Book by J.K. Hartman ($35.00)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Monday morning
Card Devilry - magic

J. K. Hartman is one of the most prolific card magic creators of our time. Card Devilry if the final piece of the puzzle for all Hartman completist and it contains a wonderfully diverse selection of new magic and innovative methods.

Whether it is through his useful moves or his wide array of effects, Hartman's work if seen in nearly every card magician's repertoire. His tricks are typically short in effect, clever in construction and simple in method. In this volume, he offers you a wide selection of COMPLETELY new card magic plots.

Card Devilry contains 60 new effects, each describes in Hartman's signature clear tone. The magic is organized into five chapters, including full chapters on impromptu card magic, mental card routines, stacked tricks, gaffed tricks, and a series of utility moves that are destined to find their way into many of your routines.

The book you will receive is gorgeous. A textured matte grey hardboard cover with 280 brilliant white pages, embellished with 365 gorgeous illustrations by Tony Dunn. The instruction is clear and consise ad is perfect for those readers who like to follow along, deck-in-hand, and lose themselves for hours of unadultered card magic!

Contents of Card Devilry by J.K. Hartman


  • Mock Mix 
  • Every Which Way - Another Way 
  • Searching High and Low 
  • All for One II 
  • Pull Pull - Leg and Wool 
  • High Five 
  • Royal Flash 
  • Cut Con 
  • Cut Chaser 
  • Nothing but the Best 
  • Daley Dilly 
  • Trap and Trade 
  • Back Home 
  • Fast Forward 
  • To the Pack and Back 
  • Back to Back Into Time 
  • Stranger Card 
  • Double Identity 
  • Sixes & Sevens 
  • Baldoozie 
  • Over Thought 
  • A Color Mixtery 
  • Upward Bound 
  • Hullabalulu 
  • Curry Stew 
  • Open Minded 
  • Bolducci
  • Delirious Donkey 
  • Stop on Red 
  • Stop on Red II 
  • Reprised Winner 
  • Crossed Thoughts 
  • Mind Over Mate-er 
  • In Suitable Order 
  • Caandroid 
  • Strange But Perfect 
  • Suit Pursuit 
  • Fish & Pips 
  • To Each His Own 
  • Mind’s Psi 
  • Super Spear-it 
  • Leap to Mind 
  • Caught Thought 
  • A Piece of Mind 
  • A Caantasy 
  • X-Rayted
  • Spellminder
  • Hand Over Hand 
  • Clueless 
  • Once in a Wild 
  • Odds Job 
  • Oddsity
  • Minds Gone Blank 
  • Boldout
  • Dovetail Reverse 
  • Midsection Force 
  • Mark Forces 
  • Jerreverse

Hard back. 280 pages.

 
 

Customer reviews for Card Devilry

Jack McCoy

What a delight it was to find out another book by card master J.K. Hartman was released. I couldn't click the link and add to my cart quick enough.

This book is more complex in methodologies than his past offerings, with more requiring gaffs, gimmicks, extras, and / or setups. Some of these 'more effort needed' tricks have really strong endings, there are a couple I'll be performing at my next magic get together to make my fellow magic buds drool. One thing for sure about J.K. Hartman, his magic is less (and wrongfully) known in the magic world and card groupies can have a lot of fun with it. I've absolutely stunned the sharpest of minds with with his card magic. It's also funny when they inquire and I credit J.K. Hartman. Their expressions are great because they want to learn it and know the immense body of work he's put out and also know I won't divulge what book and page to find it at. If you're a J.K. Hartman fan this book's a must. If not, any J.K. Hartman book is a must.

 

Tuan Hoang

Card Devilry is a must have that J.K. Hartman brought to our this year. Coming to the book, you will discover its quality so good from the cover to the paper and illustration; Moreover, the contents is what I need to care about.

The book is divided into 5 sections but unlike his previous books, the section teaching sleights comes after all instead of the first. The difficulty of the book's tricks is averagely estimated about 3/5. And what surprised me is the first trick Mock Mix - a clever idea; this made me seem the deck is auto-faro suffled.

The second section deals with mentalism effect; and if you are those who like stacks, let your hands move to the third section and practise all its stuff. Besides, the book does not lack the tricks related to gaff cards that are presented in the section 4.

With 5 sections including over 58 tricks and moves, you can practise the tricks all day long and I promise you will get surprised with J.K Hartman's clever thought his works.