Kelly McCullough's MythOS (WebMage, Book 4) PDF
By Kelly McCullough
Within the twenty first century, magic has complicated with the days and long past electronic. but if Ravirn-a laptop savvy sorcerer-is thrown right into a parallel global the place magic runs on a unique working method, he'll desire mad abilities to get out alive.
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The pass is made noiselessly, very swiftly, and practically at the fingertips; but it requires a great amount of practice to accomplish the sleight perfectly. As with all sleights, the positions must be taken accurately and the action performed slowly until the fingers become accustomed to the necessary movements. Expert Card Technique Versión para MS Word y PDF por FEDE, Santa Fe Argentina 45 THE CHARLIER PASS The shift that goes by this name is credited generally to that mysterious personage, Charlier, though this is disputed by French writers.
A swift action at this point would betray the sleight. An excellent method of guiding the slipped card to the top of the pack is this: Before slipping the card, move the right thumb and second finger along the ends of the pack squaring it. Note particularly how the ball of the thumb, which is almost parallel with the pack, brushes the inner end. Now, in slipping the card to the top, at all times maintain a light contact between the ball of the thumb and the inner end of the pack. This action has two advantages; it appears that you are continuing the squaring of the pack and, more important, it controls the slipping of the card to the top.
4. 1. Hold the pack in the left hand, the second, third and little fingers at the right side, the first finger curling at the end of the pack, the thumb pressed upon the top of the pack at the outer left corner, Fig. 4. A small mound of flesh at the heel of the thumb is pressed into a break between the two packets, the bottom cards of the upper packet being the desired cards. It should be noted that when the pack is held in this manner all the finger tips are exposed and apparently no break could be held.
MythOS (WebMage, Book 4) by Kelly McCullough