Written by Mike Maxwell.
The Black and White Trick is a routine that Bruce Cervon kept secret for many years. In fact, Mr. Cervon coveted the effect to such a degree that he performed it almost exclusively for lay audiences.
This is a complete magical interlude that utilizes unique props and requires virtually no sleight of hand. Anyone can learn The Black and White Trick. Even if your skill is at the beginners level, you should have no trouble learning
this wonderfully commercial routine. Mr. Cervon has also included several advanced
versions, which elevate the effect to a showpiece. A multitude of magical surprises,
culminating in a visual and entertaining climax.
In addition to The Black and White Trick, the book also includes an amazing
assortment of twenty-four professional routines, sleights, and subtleties. Included
is the Novrec Turnover, an invaluable utility move that is designed to secretly
reverse a packet of cards. This is the cutting edge of card magic.
Please note that because this is a digital product, there are no cards supplied. However, the needed cards are very easy to make yourself. The cards included with the hardcopy edition were supplied mainly as a convenience.
168 pages, illustrated.
Foreword by Louis Falanga
Introduction: by Bruce Cervon
The Black & White Basic Routine
A Handling Touch
Black & White Presentational Tips
Black & White Trick Openings
Another Simple Show
Multiple Lift Opening
Turnover Pass Opening
Wedge Break Oil & Water Opening
Biddle Move Opening
Another Biddle Move Opening
Elmsley Count Opening
The Novrec Turnover
The Transposing Ace
Bruce Cervon's Favorite Black & White Routine
"In The Spectator's Hands" Sequence
More On "The Proof' Phase
The Spotted Black & White Trick
The Black & White Trick a'la Michael Weber
More Black & White Tricks
Follow the Black & White
Black & White Attraction
More On The Little Finger Turnover
Little Finger Turnover Display Sequence
The Little Finger Turnover As A Switch
Take Me To Your Printer
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 12 November, 2012.