Written by Luis H. Trueba
Work of Luis H. Trueba
210 pages (Paperback), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs and drawings by Luis H. Trueba
Language: Spanish
31 entries
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Juan Tamariz Prólogo
Luis H. Trueba Introducción
Luis H. Trueba La Carte de Encima (Cuento) short story about a man who always knew which card is on top
Luis H. Trueba Breve Historia de una Época Dorada historical notes on the history of Spanish magic in the second half of the 20th century
Luis H. Trueba Carta Apuñalada cards wrapped in sheet of newspaper, signed selection is really stabbed
Luis H. Trueba Control y Aparición de Ases Aces are lost in the deck and appear while deck is cut, tabled, one by one
Luis H. Trueba El Corte Escalera tabled cut to form a jog, two control four Aces in two positions of the deck
Luis H. Trueba Aparecen los Ases while deck is cut on the table card jumps out of the deck face-up
Luis H. Trueba Carta al Bolsillo method to transfer card to inside of the jacket, similar to Gary Kurtz's The Empty Hand
Related toAlso published here
  • Luis Trueba's "Carta al Bolsillo" in ""La Circular de la Escuela Mágica de Madrid" N° 106, 1983. P. 197.
Luis H. Trueba Carta al Revés cards are put in card case, all cards turn face up but selection in the center of the deck
Inspired by
  • Dan Harlan's "A Case of Color Blindness"
Unknown Leaving a Card in Card Case
Luis H. Trueba Hagas lo que Hagas mathematical principle, card found by dealing cards to a rhythmic patter
Luis H. Trueba Agua y Aceite three phases 4&4, last phase 6&6 handled by spectator
Luis H. Trueba Bocadillo Invisible
VariationsAlso published here
  • "La Circular de la EMM" No. 188. 1994. P. 246.
Unknown Red / Black Shuffle with small packet, riffle shuffle on table
Luis H. Trueba El Cartero Siempre Llama Dos Veces cards are put in card case, all cards turn face up but selection in the center of the deck, when repeated with second selection cards change colors
Inspired by
  • Dan Harlan's "A Case of Color Blindness"
Dieter Ebel Card Reverse in the context of turning the deck over
Also published here 97
Luis H. Trueba El Tahúr Precavido gambling routine, cutting to the Kings, dealing Kings in one hand and Aces in other, all the red cards appear togehter as well as the black cards in order
Luis H. Trueba, Martin A. Nash Honest Aces Production
Inspired by 116
Luis H. Trueba Carta-Moneda utility move, to hold four torn pieces together as a unit
Also published here 121
Luis H. Trueba Control, Vistazo y Aparición card control and glimpsed while riffle shuffled on the table
Luis H. Trueba Un Doble Dinámico after cut in the hands
Luis H. Trueba El Redoble turning a double back over on the deck, using natural break
Luis H. Trueba Mezcla Falsa Auténtica in the hands false riffle shuffle, strip-out cut
Luis H. Trueba El Desempalme unload of palmed cards, while turning over packet
Also published here 134
Luis H. Trueba Cartas y Navajas card apparently located by pocket knife, short routine with two knives, then knife changes to selection
Luis H. Trueba El Ciego card stab on table, story presentation
Luis H. Trueba El Charlatán with three Jumbo cards, Supreme Magic props, story presentation
Luis H. Trueba El Moro Los Cubiletes del Moro, cups and balls routine, with three cups
Luis H. Trueba Desaparición de una Bola false transfer with ball, while holding wand
Luis H. Trueba La Historia del Anciano Mago packet trick, cards with vampires and coffins, chosen vampire found transformed
Inspired by
  • Arthur Setterington's "Find the Vampire" in "New Pentagram", February, 1980.
Data entered by Lorenz Schär.