Tap Dancing Aces
The aces vanish from your hands and appear one at a time back into the deck. Paul comments in the Art of Astonishment that he sometimes follows this with his P.H. Invisible Palm routine as a pseudo-explanation of how he does the trick.
First published as La La's Lu Lu in Paul Harris Reveals Some of His Most Intimate Secrets (1976) as a continuation of Daryl Martinez' Twisted Aces.
It was revised in Las Vegas Close Up (1978) as The Incredible Tap Dancing Aces.
The title La La's Lu Lu was reused in Art of Astonishment for his revised version of The Phantom.
- Persistent Offenders in Set to Stun by Jack Parker (e-book)
- Tap Dancing Finale in Paul Harris Reveals Some of His Most Intimate Secrets makes a few changes in order to make it possible to spread the deck face down to show that, except for the two selections, all of the backs have changed to a different color.