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Effect Edit

A card having been chosen, the performer turns his back while the selected card is shown to the audience. This card is then returned to the pack by a spectator who shuffles the cards before handing them to the magician.

The magician requests someone to cut the pack into three piles. He then removes the three face cards and places them in a row on the table, but the spectators notice that one of them is the selected card, and thinking that the operator has made a mistake, they are secretly amused. However, the magician then produces the chosen card from the pack and upon the three cards being turned over it is seen that they are indifferent ones.

In Print Edit

  • The Partagas “Sell” - Victor Farelli, Farelli’s Card Magic Part Two (1933) p. 79
  • The Dunbury Delusion - Charlie Miller, Expert Card Technique p. 319
  • The Dunbury Delusion - Bill Simon, Effective Card Magic pp. 83-86
  • Fours of a Kind - Jean Hugard, The Royal Road To Card Magic (1951) p. 213
  • Design for Laughter - Jean Hugard and Frederick Braue, The Royal Road To Card Magic (1951) p. 54)
  • Dunbury Drop - David Ben, Tricks p. 46
  • And Counting - Karl Fulves, Packet Switches (Part Five) p. 289
  • Dunbury Delight - Frank Garcia & Dai Vernon, Million Dollar Card Secrets p. 28
  • Dave's Delight - Dave Lederman, Super Subtle Card Miracles p. 31
  • Deep Dunbury - Ed Marlo, Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 p. 187
  • Did-Dan-Dunbury - Martin Nash, Sleight Unseen p. 412
  • Quick Deep Dunbury - David Solomon, Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 p. 191
  • Dunbury Delusion Revisited - David Solomon, Solomon’s Mind 1998
  • The Coué Test - Roberto Giobbi Card College Volume 1 (1996) p. 125

On Video Edit

  • Dunbury Delusion - Daryl Martinez, "Daryl’s Card Revelations Volume II"
  • Dunbury Delusion - Allan Ackerman, "Advanced Card Control Series Volume 8"
  • Dunbury Delusion - Martin Nash, "Award Winning Magic of Martin Nash Volume 3"
  • Dunbury Delusion - Michael Skinner, "Repertoire of Michael Skinner Vol. 1"
  • Dunbury Aces - Michael Ammar, (credited to Miller/Lederman) "Easy To Master Card Miracles Volumes 4"

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