The Berglas Effects

Book by David Berglas
140.00 Possibly discontinued.
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The Berglas Effects

140.00 usd

Book by David Berglas (140.00)

Possibly discontinued.
Email me if it becomes available again.

The big hardcover book that reveals the innermost secrets of the card miracles performed by the legendary David Berglas for 60 years, written by magic's most experienced author, Richard Kaufman.

  • Almost 400 pages
  • Oversized, Hardcover
  • Dustjacket, Inserts, and 3D Glasses
  • Includes 3 DVDs
  • Over 60 Pages Devoted to "The Berglas Effect" and "Any Card at Any Number"


  • Foreword (Juan Tamariz)
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Invisible Control
  • The Magic in David Berglas's Card Magic
  • A Closed System
  • David Berglas Talks About Personality and Presentation
  • Beware the Obvious
  • He Never Touched the Deck
  • Searching for Perfection
  • Zen in a Pack of Cards
  • Think a Card
  • Any Card at Any Number
  • Small Tools and Party Tricks
  • Magician's Choice
  • Mind Mapping for Magicians
  • The Set-Up Deck
  • Jazzing Around with a Set-Up Deck
  • The Berglas Effect
  • The Act: The Berglas Effects
  • Last Word

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  • Philip asks: is the method within the scope of the average magician

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There are numerous methods contain in the book. I would say that, with practice and dedication, they are well within the scope of an average magician.
  • Mr asks: Is the effect clearly explained?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It's long out of print. But when you read the book you will have an understand of how he performed The Berglas Effect. It's not really something that is explained in a traditional "here's the method" part of a book.
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