Milt Kort is a legend of sorts: a magician who has seldom traveled outside the Detroit area, who rarely performs at magician's conventions or lectures, yet a man whom the professionals and greats in magic came to see; men like Paul Rosini, Dr. Daley, J.B. Bobo, Charlie Miller, Cardini, Dai Vernon, and many more sought out Milt Kort and shared secrets with him.But why? Becuase Milt fooled them with devishly clever tricks of his own invention. These tricks are in great part what Kort is about. They all fall within the realm of close-up magic, Milt's main love, and they use such mundane items as playing cards, coins, dice, balls, razor blades, eggs, handkerchiefs, pens and toy elephants. What happens with those items, though, is anything but mundane. Using skills and techniques mainly in the range of the average close-up enthusiast, Milt Kort offers 46 of his most baffling and entertaining tricks and routines to his fellow hobbyists and lovers of magic.