Magic for everyone: Close-up, parlor and stage. Rachel and Aldo Colombini are performing and explaining the following routines:
- RING TWICE (Aldo Colombini): Two rings are threaded on a piece of rope. One is selected and it becomes free (or vice versa!).
- SORCERER’S STONE (Rachel Colombini): Five ‘stones’ are shown and a spectator selects one. While you are back to the audience you find the selected stone. Can be done with any objects (even with people) and over the phone.
- CONTROL COINS (Subir Kumar Dhar): Great impromptu coin routine. No sleights at all, yet, you predict the chosen coins. Clever idea.
- HOW TO PREDICT (Arthur Carter): Three FREELY selected cards reveal how many cards a packet contains.
- CARDS GONE WILD! (Cameron Francis): Great packet trick! Two Aces are freely selected and found in a spectacular way.
- POOR YORICK! (Arthur Carter): Beautiful coin routine with three coins and a piggy bank (or pot of gold or any object). No sleights and yet you reveal the freely selected coin.
- ELIMINATION (Rachel Colombini): A bag and four colored balls. Three spectators remove a ball each (no force) and you predicted the remaining ball. No changing bags used. For stage or close-up.
- SALES TALK (Len Belcher): You show three silks in three glasses and a spectator picks one (no force). It turns out that you predicted his choice. Great for stage as well.
- TROST ON RE-SET (Nick Trost): Four Kings and four Deuces. They change places one by one and when shuffled they separate. Great packet trick totally impromptu. Just eight cards used.
- DIAGONALLY (Rachel Colombini): A trick with nine cards having pictures of Harry Potter. A spectator places a coin on any card and you predicted that card. Easy to do. Can be done with regular cards and even with real objects.