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Programmes of Famous Magicians

Programmes of Famous Magicians by Max HoldenThis ebook gives a very nice glimpse into the past. It describes the routines and effects of the programmes of famous magicians. You will find descriptions of programmes by Dai Vernon, Al Baker, Annemann, Cardini, Blackstone, Dante, Davenport, Hugard, Keating, and many more. Check the table of contents link further down for the complete list.

1st edition, 1937, Max Holden, New York City; 49 pages.

Table of Contents

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  1. Percy Abbott
  2. AMAC
  3. Annemann
  4. Al Baker
  5. Roy Benson
  6. Walter Baker & Co
  7. McDonald Birch & Co
  8. John Blackledge
  9. John Booth
  10. Harry Blackstone
  11. The Late Herbert Brooks
  12. Milbourne Christopher ...
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Phoenix Rising

Phoenix Rising by James WatkinsThis is a very well thought out and carefully described torn-and-restored card effect. Seven alternate handlings are explained, plus you get a strong bonus effect.

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A card is freely selected; the spectator signs their name on the face of the card, and the magician signs his/her name on the back. An envelope is introduced, and the spectator is asked to open it up, and remove one of the pieces of paper it contains, and to examine it if they wish. After the paper is selected, the freely chosen card is visually ripped into four pieces and wrapped up inside of the chosen piece of paper,...

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Money Magic

Money Magic by Jean HugardThe manipulation of money is fascinating to everyone and probably always will be. Bills are common, pack small, and easy to borrow. This booklet describes in detail all the important moves, gimmicks and tricks with paper money. Great effects are taught, spanning the impromptu situation to the prepared performance from close-up to parlor or stage. This is a great book with very practical and strong effects.

1st edition, 1937 Max Holden, New York; 62 pages.

Table of Contents

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  1. Introduction
  2. Chapter 1: Preliminary Preparation
  3. Chapter 2: Sleights, Switches
  4. Chapter 3: Vanishes
    ...
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Magic Annual 1937

Magic Annual 1937 by Jean HugardIn general magic books cover a certain subject area. Here a slice through time is offered. The 'Magic Annual' describes the best and most popular effects from one year. (There is a second volume in this series Magic Annual 1938-1939.)

Max Holden writes in the introduction: "Some of the items are new, some are old tricks given a novel twist, while other effects, although known in a general way, are now published in detail for the first time - among these latter, the Hugard Fire Eating Act, Hugard's Bullet Catching Feat and my own presentation of Smoke Pictures. Jean Hugard has given his best, as usual, and I am...
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Magic Annual 1938-1939

Magic Annual 1938-1939 by Jean HugardThe second and last book in the Magic Annual series Jean Hugard wrote for Max Holden. (Also consider the first volume Magic Annual 1937.)

1st edition 1939; 136 pages.
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Cut!

Cut! by R. ShaneA card routine that is murder. This ain’t your usual card trick. Anyone who knows Shane and his work knows he likes to tell stories with my magic. Old stories, new stories, morality tales, dirty jokes...it’s all brain fodder as far as he's concerned. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a shock that “Cut!” is story. But it’s a grisly little tale ending with a bloody murder. Probably not a good routine for restaurant work. But it is a good routine for those moments when you want to entertain and shock your audience a bit, and audience whose sensibilities can handle a little blood flowing...
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Impossible Matters

Impossible Matters by R. ShaneThese are two very interesting self-working effects, both based on topological principles. You do not need to learn any math or remember a whole lot to perform these two stunning effects. (These two effects have been taken from Shane's books Automata and Pentalogy.)

Paradoxical Oddities
A packet of cards, the twenty cards making up a royal flush, is given to a spectator to shuffle. The spectator then chooses one of the values (say, for example, Jacks), and the cards mixed so that some are face up and some face down. The packet is further mixed by the spectator, eventually being divided into...

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Patterns of Magic

Patterns of Magic by R. ShaneHere you will find two weird little self-working "mathmagic" things. (These tricks have been taken from Shane's book Automata.)

Mutus Nomen Yadda Yadda Yadda
Is Shane's presentation for Judah’s handling of the classic 20-card trick (minus the memorization, plus an outright eerie revelation).

Gods of Chaos Slapped Silly
Is a re-working of a Robert Neale’s "Probability Pack" where one impossibility appears after the other from a shuffled deck.

1st edition 2006; 17 pages

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Portents

Portents by R. ShaneThese are two mentalism/bizarre routines from Shane's book Pentalogy.

The End of the World as We Know It
Is the old "triple prediction" plot, but turned upside down. In this routine, the spectator predicts the exact date and method of the end of the world. Yes, it really is as weird as it sounds.

Bones, Modern and Cold
Combines cold-reading through an easily-learned (and unique) divination system with a classic sleight-of-hand trick to drive home the real purpose of divination and fortune-telling.

1st edition 2006; 20 pages.
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Symbolics

Symbolics by R. ShaneThese are three self-working routines with ESP cards with the general theme 'impossible coincidences', facilitated by a cyclic stack. (Two effects are based on work by Werner Miller from his Ear-Marked book, and one routine is from Shane's book Automata.)

As always with Shane, you don't just get a routine and method, but the reasons why these routines work, what is important and how you can change or alter them to suit your needs and make them your own.

In Search of Synchronicity
A deck of ESP is shown, shuffled, and cut. The spectator cuts the deck several times, finally stopping whenever...
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The Sting

The Sting by R. ShaneThis routine made me dust of my cups after many years of dormancy. Read for yourself from the introduction how this routine came into being and you will understand that this is not your typical cups & balls. (This routine besides a few further comments already appeared in Pentalogy.):
It's funny how things go, sometimes. Back when I started in magic, the Cups and Balls was the one routine I spent hours and hours on, trying to get everything just so. We're not talking some Vernonesque, sleight mad piece of craziness; this was the basic routine I found in The Amateur Magician's Handbook. But there was something about it...
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The Classic Cider Swindle

The Classic Cider Swindle by R. ShaneFrom the preface of the ebook:
So there we were, we being the usual collection of magical maffickers, that is to say Robert Neale, Larry White, Ed Solomon, Ron Dayton and your humble narrator, in one of our usual email exchanges but which was quite unusual.

You see, Larry had just sent a video of a really neat card rise to all of us. It looked great and we were all commenting about it and speculating on it. This was most unusual since Larry hates card tricks the way most of us hate mustard on chocolate ice cream with pickle topping. Actually, he hates cards tricks more than that and would probably...

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Royal Highness

Royal Highness by Andrew LohThis is one of the easiest four of a kind productions with no finger flicking moves or flourishes.

Effect: Spectator freely names a number between 10 and 20. After some byplay and counting the cards in the process, the spectator unknowingly produce the four Kings.

No crimp! No markings! No gimmicks! No extra cards! No rough & smooth!

I like this a lot. I haven't seen this combination of ideas before. They work very well to produce a strong effect. - Peter Duffie

It's a very novel four of a kind production. The principle used is a simple one and makes the trick pretty much self working. - Cameron Francis ...

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Transprint

Transprint by Raphaël Czaja
Raphael's routine is a great effect and it should immediately score a big hit! - Aldo Colombini
A spectator chooses a card from a deck, for example the Jack of Hearts. The magician now shows a packet with four blank-faced cards and normal backs. The spectator freely chooses and signs two stickers of different shapes and colors and puts one on the face and one on the back of his card. From now, he keeps this card on the table under his hand. One by one, three of the blank cards change into a Jack of Hearts. For the climax, the magician makes a transposition between the faces of the last blank card and...
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E-Z Square 1

E-Z Square 1 by Werner MillerThis is a magic square effect where spectators freely enter numbers in the main diagonal and you quickly fill out the rest of the numbers producing a perfect magic square.

Alternatively you could perform this the classic way that a spectator calls out a number and you fill in all the numbers to form a magic square. But the effect is stronger if your audience can freely choose not just the sum but several numbers in the square. In a variation Werner shows you how spectators can even select the squares where you should next enter a number during your fill-out sequence.

The method is so simple...

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E-Z Square 1 (German)

E-Z Square 1 (German) by Werner MillerDies ist ein Effect mit einem Magischen Quadrat. Zuschauer tragen beliebige Zahlen in die Hauptdiagonale ein. Der Zauberer füllt die restlichen Zahlen in Blitzesschnelle aus und bildet ein perfektes Magisches Quadrat.

Alternative können Sie dieses Kunststück auch so vorführen, dass ein Zuschauer die Summe des Quadrates vorgibt. Aber der Effekt ist stärker wenn Zuschauer tatsächlich Zahlen frei eintragen können.

Die Methode ist so einfach dass ich beim ersten Mal Lesen gar nicht glauben konnte dass es so funktioniert. Wenn Sie 2 addieren und 3 abziehen können, dann können Sie gleich...

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Mr. Dice Stacking Basics

Mr. Dice Stacking Basics by Mr. Dice StackingLearn the basics of dice stacking. You can go from zero to stacking four dice in half an hour to an hour of practicing, assuming you have good instructions and good equipment.

In this video you will receive clear step by step instructions to first master the basic back and forth sweep motion, then the dice pickup and finally the stack. You will also understand why it all works.

When you are ready to go beyond the basics we can recommend Mr. Dice Stacking and Friends and Dice Stacking Teach-In.

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Florida Keys

Florida Keys by Gregory WilsonTwo borrowed keys link and unlink from a key ring.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 5min 47s

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EZ Torn & Restored Card

EZ Torn & Restored Card by Kenton KnepperUsing only one card, this is probably the easiest and most deceptive Torn & Restored Card ever created. The ingenious creator of this is Ben Harris and he calls it Hoodwink. One could call this self-working, because all you do is fold, tear and open an ungimmicked card. It can't get any simpler and the effect is amazing.

Kenton adds his clever suggestive words that let the spectator dig his own hole of astonishment.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 6min 48s

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Personal Touch

Personal Touch by Docc HilfordLearn how Docc Hilford flies first class when he only has coach tickets. A crash course in palm reading spiced up with magic.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 9min 48s

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Waving the Aces

Waving the Aces by Guy HollingworthAfter "Reformation", this is Guy Hollingworth's most brilliant creation. The aces visibly turn face up while at the fingertips. If you think Twisting the Aces is a strong effect, then Waving the Aces will blow your mind. And it is not at all difficult to perform for an intermediate level card magician.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 18min 39s

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Shadow Coins

Shadow Coins by Eric DeCampsA beautiful compact routine wherein three coins vanish and then magically reappear, one coin at a time. An instant classic.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 8min 2s

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Silver Quick

Silver Quick by Derek DingleThis is a classic Dingle - strong magic but not easy. Four coins travel magically from the performer's hand to the spectator's hand. Brilliant routining from a master.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 5min 47s

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The Card in the Box

The Card in the Box by Tommy WonderBe prepared to receive a good dose of Tommy Wonder's clever magical thinking. Critically hailed as the best "Card in Box" ever created. Tommy shares all of the intricate details of this powerful routine, including the incredible "Two Second Card Fold", where you fold the the card three times into 1/8 of its original size. This is how magic is meant to look.

Tommy Wonder thinks about every minute detail. For example

  • What is the perfect size of the box?
  • How should the hinge operate?
  • What to do when a spectator stares at your hands while you want to perform a move?
  • And many more insights...
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No-Palm Repeat Card To Pocket

No-Palm Repeat Card To Pocket by Aldo ColombiniAldo Colombini applies smart routining to turn a difficult effect typically requiring palming into an easy routine without any palming. The spectators signed card travels to the pocket twice without palming. There are no duplicate cards or any other gimmicks. The card you produce twice from your pocket is the spectator chosen and signed card.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 7min 52s

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Ninja Coin & Ninja Key

Ninja Coin & Ninja Key by Chad LongTwo extremely magical effects that make it appear you have the dexterity of a Ninja Magic Master. Flip a coin high in the air and appear to catch it deftly between your thumb and forefinger. Or toss your keys in the air and catch the right key at your fingertips every time. It looks absolutely impossible, but it is easy to do.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 6min 39s

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Color Changing Pen

Color Changing Pen by Frank BalcerakA very visual effect that is very easy to perform. You take out a red Sharpie and change it to a black Sharpie with a simple flick of your hand. This is so easy to do and a great off beat effect whenever you need a card signed.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 3min 40s

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Body Piercing

Body Piercing by Gregory WilsonThis is a strong one coin routine requiring a shell. The coin repeatedly penetrates your hand.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 6min 52s

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Life Force Triangle

Life Force Triangle by Lee EarleThis is a mathematical based effect you do on the back of your business card that the spectator gets to keep and take home with them. Very easy to perform.

The effect was created by Raj Madhok and was originally published in Syzygy.

A spectator chooses three numbers, one related to the future, one related to the past and the third one related to the present. These are added up and match your prediction.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 8min 28s

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Psychic Influence

Psychic Influence by Mark StrivingsPredict a matched pair from a spectator shuffled deck. The deck can be freely shuffled and cut as often as the spectator wishes.

The methodology is somewhat involved because you need a billet index, a gimmicked envelope, and a marked deck. You could do without the gimmicked envelope but the rest you will need. Nevertheless, the effect is strong.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 17min 40s

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Tradeshow Transposition

Tradeshow Transposition by Paul GreenA working pro teaches you his most sought-after tradeshow stopper. Two spectators choose a card, they are lost in the deck. The performer places two cards into each spectator's hand. He thinks they are the correct selections but they are not. Magically they transform in the correct selections.

Mark explains how it is done but does not show the details of the moves he uses. You will need to be able to control a card to the top and be able to perform a double lift. That is all you need.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 4min 23s

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Spellbound to Please

Spellbound to Please by R. Paul WilsonScotland's top sleight-of-hand artist gives up one of his pet routines. It looks like real magic. A copper coin changes to a silver coin and back several times.

Surprisingly there are no really difficult moves. You will need a copper and a silver coin, but the spectators only see one at any given moment. And Paul's clever handling eliminates the thought in the spectators mind that there could be two coins.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 4min 46s

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Cards to Slimfast

Cards to Slimfast by Carl CloutierWatch and learn the routine that won Carl the F.I.S.M. World Championship. Four signed cards completely vanish. Three of them reappear inside three different pockets. The fourth selection reappears in your sock! All four cards then vanish again, only to make their reappearance inside a sealed can of Slimfast, opened by the spectator.

The methods of how to get cards in your pockets, a card in your sock and how to load cards into a closed can holding some type of powder are easily applicable in many other situations.

The routine uses palming and sleeving, however Cloutier demonstrates how...

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A Fistful of Dollars

A Fistful of Dollars by Gregory WilsonSnap your fingers to produce during the snap a coin at your finger tips. Greg does this three times and then vanishes the coins one by one.

The move to produce a coin while snapping is Doug Wick's Snap Production.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 13min 13s

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Miser's Miracle

Miser's Miracle by Jerry AndrusWatch and learn Jerry's masterpiece of coin magic. Four silver dollars are produced one at a time, first from between two freely chosen cards, and the last two coins from a single playing card which is torn smaller and smaller.

There are no difficult moves in this routine. The ingenuity of Jerry is how he steals, hides and moves the coins behind pieces of cards.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 7min 25s

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Vernon's Variant

Vernon's Variant by Johnny ThompsonThis is a wonderfully entertaining routine for two (or more) spectators. Each one of the spectators and the performer receives four cards. All go through the same actions of turning over cards and placing them on the top or bottom of their pack. In the end the performers cards are all face down, whereas the spectators cards have a face up card among them. This basic effect is done again two times in fairer and fairer ways.

Very easy to perform. All you need is any double lift and the Elmsley count. You can read the original description of this routine in Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 9min 36s...

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Losing Diamonds

Losing Diamonds by Joshua JayA card is chosen, travels to the pocket, but turns out to be the wrong card. Visibly 'flick' the diamonds off of the wrong card. They flutter to the floor, leaving you holding the selection.

This is of intermediate difficulty. You will need to be able to force and control a card to the top. And you will also need to do a top change. No palming required.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 7min 5s

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A Sharper Sharped

A Sharper Sharped by Martin LewisA wonderful routine only requiring a false count. Martin Lewis uses the Buckle count but several other false counts can be substituted.

The premise is a game of cards with a card sharper. You deal cards and the sharper counts his cards. He has 6 cards. Since you can't play poker with six he removes one card and counts them again still leaving him with six cards. This is repeated two more times always leaving him with six cards. Only the last time he is left with 4 cards. Since you can't play poker with 4 cards he adds a card but still is left with only 4 cards. This continues until in the...

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Impromptu Linking Coat Hangers

Impromptu Linking Coat Hangers by Mike CaveneyMike finally releases one of his true pet routines. Imagine linking and unlinking two borrowed and unprepared coat hangers. You can have the coat hangers examined both before and after the routine.

The gimmick is easy to make, invisible, and straight forward to deploy and clean up.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 10min 12s

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Bottoms Up

Bottoms Up by R. Paul WilsonThis is a comedy gamblers routine. A very magical routine that convinces them you've got a killer bottom deal. Easy to do (no bottom deal needed).

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 4min 26s

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Impromptu Card Code

Impromptu Card Code by Whit HaydnImagine performing a card trick for a blind person - making them the star. Actually, any unsuspecting spectator can instantly become your secret accomplice and read your thoughts. They will be able to identify the color and value of cards without looking at them. Practical and magical.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 14min 43s

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Kicked in the Face

Kicked in the Face by Andrew WimhurstThis is based on a Martin Nash cutting ace revelation called "Honest Aces". Amazingly the aces are cut from a shuffled deck. For the kicker, four jacks are cut to, completing four blackjacks.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 9min 20s

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Presto Attracto Card

Presto Attracto Card by Daryl EastonTwo spectator's selections are lost in the deck and then found in an incredibly clean fashion. Difficulty is intermediate.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 9min 38s

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Heading North

Heading North by David RegalThis is a very effective and very easy card rise developed by David Regal. Any card is selected and shuffled into the deck. The selection now inexplicably rises out of the deck. New method, easy to do.

No threads, rubber bands, magnets or other contraptions. The gimmick is simple and right there invisible in the deck. Spectators can stare right at it and not see it. Very clever and very practical.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 3min 57s

David Regal21 Jul 2009$6.00

£4.70
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Accusteal

Accusteal by Jerry AndrusA barehanded production of a steel ball bearing. A professional lesson in concealment.

Jerry Andrus only taught and performed tricks he created himself. In that sense he was a purist, a one of a kind magic creator. Here he teaches simple but wonderful sleight-of-hand where every movement is thought through to appear as natural as possible while concealing a large heavy steel ball.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 4min 55s

Jerry Andrus21 Jul 2009$6.00

£4.70
€5.46
Ca$8.00
Au$8.03
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Photocopy

Photocopy by Paul GertnerA demonstration of "Invisible Palming" leads to a selection magically traveling into a wallet the spectator is holding. As a kicker, the selection is actually inside a folded photocopy of a hand with the selection printed on it. Commercial magic at its best.

Despite the strong effect this is relatively easy to intermediate level difficulty.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 16min 39s

Paul Gertner21 Jul 2009$6.00

£4.70
€5.46
Ca$8.00
Au$8.03
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Three Bets on the Band

Three Bets on the Band by R. Paul WilsonThree professional effects with a finger ring and a rubber band.

Paul takes three well known rubber band effects, one is the popular "Crazy Man's Handcuffs", and shares his touches and improvements. Paul is not teaching each of these routines but rather focuses on his contributions.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 6min 32s

R. Paul Wilson18 Aug 2009$6.00

£4.70
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Ca$8.00
Au$8.03
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The Great Penetrator

The Great Penetrator by Rich MarottaA borrowed coin magically penetrates three times a solid coaster resting on top of a glass.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 3min 2s

Rich Marotta18 Aug 2009$6.00

£4.70
€5.46
Ca$8.00
Au$8.03
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Signature Transfer

Signature Transfer by Simon LovellA card is selected and signed. The signature magically transfers onto a completely different card.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 6min 59s

Simon Lovell19 Aug 2009$6.00

£4.70
€5.46
Ca$8.00
Au$8.03
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Darwin's Aces

Darwin's Aces by Darwin OrtizThe four aces are removed from the deck and three spectators freely choose one card each. The three spectator cards are lost in the deck. Then one by one the four aces vanish to reappear face up in the deck and sandwiched between them the three spectator cards.

You will need to be able to do a pinky count, a sidesteal color change, and a cover pass. False shuffles are optional.

runtime: 11min 3s

Darwin Ortiz16 Sep 2009$6.00

£4.70
€5.46
Ca$8.00
Au$8.03
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