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R. Paul Wilson

Three Bets on the Band by R. Paul Wilson

Three 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

2009 / 8 / 18
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Alan Rorrison

Engaged by Alan Rorrison

This is a beautiful ring-card linking effect.

Spectator freely chooses a card which he signs. Performer hole punches the signed card and magically attaches and then magically removes a ring. The hole punched card can be handed out for inspection.

  • Easy and cheap to make
  • Extremely simple to do
  • Resets instantly
  • Use a free selection or thought of card
  • The linked item is borrowed
  • Everything is examinable
  • You end completely clean
runtime: 18 min

2009 / 8 / 17
$12

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Joel Dresnick

Instinct by Joel Dresnick

Learn the secrets of professional mentalist and magician Joel Dresnick. Throughout this e-book you will read inspiring essays, learn incredible magic and mentalism utilizing modern technology, and learn powerful mind reading.

Here are some of the effects featured in Instinct:

  • Card to Computer - A card visually jumps in and out of a computer screen
  • Scent - A powerful routine using smell as a way to connect two spectators
  • Chair Opener - An impressive way to open your favorite Chair routine
  • Googeling Card - Visual card magic using the popular website Google
  • Instinct - A spectator uses...
2009 / 8 / 17
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Dee Christopher

Vanity by Dee Christopher

Some random letters are chosen to make up the initials of a fictional character out of the performer's sight. A name could be thought of from these letters, this will never be written down; it's in the mind of the spectator.

The spectator is asked to grip the performer's wrist and scream the initials in their mind. Slowly and visually the performer's veins shift and morph into the selected initials.

As an added kicker, the name can be revealed without anything being written down, they really do just think of the name in their head!!

This is powerful stuff. This isn't like Twisted...

2009 / 8 / 17
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Cameron Francis

Sketchers by Cameron Francis

Cameron Francis strikes again with a workhorse of a packet trick. An astonishing three phase routine that packs a wallop and is incredibly easy to do.

Effect:

The magician removes a small packet of Jokers. "These Jokers may look like normal cards but they are actually incredible magicians!" he claims. The Jokers are placed aside and the spectator selects a card. We'll say it's the Queen of Diamonds. The card is left face down on the table.

The magician shows that there are three Jokers in the packet and one blank card. "This card is a canvas on which the Jokers will write a divination."...

2009 / 8 / 17
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Paul Gertner

Photocopy by Paul Gertner

A 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

2009 / 7 / 21
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Jerry Andrus

Accusteal by Jerry Andrus

A 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

2009 / 7 / 21
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David Regal

Heading North by David Regal

This 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

2009 / 7 / 21
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Daryl Easton

Presto Attracto Card by Daryl Easton

Two 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

2009 / 7 / 21
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Andrew Wimhurst

Kicked in the Face by Andrew Wimhurst

This 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

2009 / 7 / 21
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Whit Haydn

Impromptu Card Code by Whit Haydn

Imagine 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

2009 / 7 / 21
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R. Paul Wilson

Bottoms Up by R. Paul Wilson

This 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

2009 / 7 / 19
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Mike Caveney

Impromptu Linking Coat Hangers by Mike Caveney

Mike 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

2009 / 7 / 19
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Martin Lewis

A Sharper Sharped by Martin Lewis

A 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...

2009 / 7 / 19
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Joshua Jay

Losing Diamonds by Joshua Jay

A 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

2009 / 7 / 19
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Johnny Thompson

Vernon's Variant by Johnny Thompson

This 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...

2009 / 7 / 19
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Jerry Andrus

Miser's Miracle by Jerry Andrus

Watch 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

2009 / 7 / 19
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Gregory Wilson

A Fistful of Dollars by Gregory Wilson

Snap 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

2009 / 7 / 19
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Carl Cloutier

Cards to Slimfast by Carl Cloutier

Watch 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...

2009 / 7 / 19
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Alan Rorrison

Turn Left and Hoff by Alan Rorrison

This is Alan Rorrison's solution to the Hofzinser Ace Problem.

A spectator freely chooses any card and signs it. The card is put face down between the two Jokers and these three cards (Jokers and spectator selection) are tabled. Then the spectator or another spectator selects four random cards from the face down spread. Magically the four chosen cards are the four aces. The ace with the same color as the spectator's card vanishes and reappears between the Jokers. The signed spectator selection is now found among the three remaining aces.

Alan has engineered his method to not require any difficult...

2009 / 7 / 19
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(Benny) Ben Harris

Crossroads by (Benny) Ben Harris
"This is going to fry a lot of people..." - Richard Kaufman

"...the Crossroads Deck; a devious conception and one of the most interesting to hit the magic scene in recent times..." - Peter Duffie (from the foreword)

"The Crossroads technique alone, which we really like, will be seen as food for thought by many. As mentalists, our variation would be to use no deck at all. Just a single, thought-of card in the pocket. The solution will dawn on you after reading the text..." - Richard Busch & Larry Becker

A SPECIFICALLY SELECTED CARD VANISHES FROM A SEALED DECK YOU'VE NEVER TOUCHED! And then... RE-APPEARS WHEREVER YOU WANT,...
2009 / 7 / 16
$25

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(Benny) Ben Harris

Enlightenment Book 1 by (Benny) Ben Harris

Full details of how this magnetic miracle works.

"Ben...what a beautiful thing you have created here. The moment that card breaks free from gravity in the spectator's hand is quite the joyous event." - Paul Harris
Enlightenment is a revolutionary way of using magnets to create the illusion of levitating a playing card or a dollar note.

This 100 page ebook gives you all of the details. Learn the back history, how a simple advertisement in a catalog inspired the idea. Learn how to operate the gimmick, how to install it in a deck of cards, and how to use it to make a dollar bill float. You'll still...

2009 / 7 / 15
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(Benny) Ben Harris

Cosmosis: The original floating match by (Benny) Ben Harris

"...at last, the originator explains his classic micro-levitation in complete detail — a digital first..."

Invented in 1986, and marketed as Cosmosis by Ben Harris, this effect has become one of the most pirated close-up creations in magic's recent history. It truly has become a "classic." Even today, twenty-three years after its debut, unscrupulous individuals and manufacturers in many countries market it without any due respect for its heritage or compensation for its creator. From street stalls in India and across Asia, to the high streets of London and Paris, you'll find this effect...

2009 / 7 / 15
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(Benny) Ben Harris

Hole in the Head by (Benny) Ben Harris
"Something that's never been done before using a method that's never been used before - very cool." - Richard Kaufman

"...situational, astonishing and a devilishly clever piece of magic. The best effect I've seen in a long time!" - Joshua Jay

"Mind expanding magic in every sense..." - Michael Ammar

Hole in the Head created a furor when released to the general magic community. Originally worked up as a situational piece for a David Blaine TV special, the general market place would have nothing of something as esoteric. No, you had to be able to pull it out of a baggie and stumble through it for a street...
2009 / 7 / 15
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(Benny) Ben Harris

Epic Flight by (Benny) Ben Harris

The odd scientific principle discovered by Harris in 1980 makes an amazing coin transposition possible!

Two coins are displayed. One is marked with a large cross with a permanent marker and a spectator confirms that the cross will not rub off the coin. In full view, the marked coin and the plain coin transpose through the back of a spectator’s own hand.

Fully examinable, easy to do. The scientific principle makes it all work.

  • examinable
  • use any currency
  • easy to perform
  • carry it everywhere

1st edition 1980; digital edition 2009; 14 pages.

2009 / 7 / 15
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