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Cameron Francis
Frier by Cameron Francis

An Ace assembly with an incredible twist!

Effect:

A card is selected by a spectator and kept face down on the table. We'll say this card is the Jack of Diamonds. The magician claims that this is a "magic card" and will be used later. He then removes the four Aces from the deck as well as 12 indifferent spot cards and proceeds to perform a super clean Ace Assembly.

The magician offers to repeat the experiment under more stringent conditions. The Ace of Spades is placed in the magician's pocket. Three face up Aces are very fairly cut into the packet of face down indifferent cards. The...

2010 / 1 / 8
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S. W. Erdnase & Christian Scherer
Der Experte am Kartentisch by S. W. Erdnase & Christian Scherer

Übersetzt ins Deutsche von Christian Scherer. Mit einem Vorwort von Roberto Giobbi.

Dies ist mit Sicherheit kein Werk für den Anfänger. Es ist jedoch für mehr als 100 Jahre das bedeutendste Werk der Kartenzauberei. Mehrfache Nachdrucke und Interpretationen existieren. Einige der besten Kartenkünstler sehen es als ihre Bibel - allen voran Dai Vernon.

Original Expert at the Card Table 1902, Erste Deutsche Ausgabe 1992; Zweite Deutsche Ausgabe 2009; 272 Seiten.

2010 / 1 / 7
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Peter Stammers
Picometry by Peter Stammers

Make money in reading a person's drawing.

There are many methods known as projective techniques. A wide range of materials can be used to stimulate projective responses. The five main types of response are: Associations to words or ink spots, Construction of stories, Arranging or choosing visual or verbal alternatives, and expression through drawings.

Peter Stammers explains in this ebook how you can perform a reading using a drawing. It is a simplified version of the "House Tree Person" analysis method and is not a system for "any" drawing. This is a unique and scientifically based method....

2010 / 1 / 7
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Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Magicseen No. 30 (Jan 2010) by Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw

To subscribe to Magicseen click here.

Vol. 5, No. 6, Jan 2010; 64 pages.

Cover: Guy Bavli

  1. Welcome - editor's letter
  2. Letters
  3. News
  4. Arturo [Brachetti] is a Master! - show review
  5. Sav: Laying his cards on the table - interview
  6. In The Phonebox with Richie Magic - interview
  7. Jay Fortune's Magick and Mayhem Show - interview
  8. Comedy: It's no laughing matter! - article by Graham Hey
  9. Gottle of Geer: The Art Of The Ventriloquist - Mark Leveridge
  10. Buy Bavli: Still Flying High - cover article/interview by Graham Hey
  11. Mel Mellers: Modern Marvel! - article/interview
  12. The World of Fake Coins, Part 3 - Craig Petty
    • Coincussion - a Slippery...
2010 / 1 / 7
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(Benny) Ben Harris
Alida: Little Winged One by (Benny) Ben Harris
"A cool and animated levitation of a card or dollar bill... EASY TO MAKE!"
My goodness, this little effect created a shit-storm when it was released in 2000! I don't think the attacks had been so brutal since Cosmosis (in the mid 1980s). Anyway, this simple and effective idea was loved by some (see, for example, Richard Kaufman in Genii Magazine), and hated by others (see, for example, Michael Close in Magic Magazine). Ben relishes dividing opinion, and Alida certainly did that.

However, it was also a genuine stepping stone in the thought processes that would eventually lead to Enlightenment: The Ultimate Floating Card - which is way superior. So, controversial...

2009 / 12 / 28
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Rich Marotta
Fair is Fair by Rich Marotta

A deck is shuffled by a spectator. A card is picked in a fair and open manner. The card is returned and the deck is shuffled again by the spectator. The performer takes out four cards, one of the four is the spectator chosen card. The chosen card vanishes leaving only three cards in the performer's hands. The card appears face-up in the tabled deck.

runtime: 11min 58s

2009 / 12 / 10
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R. Paul Wilson
Wild with the Ladies by R. Paul Wilson

Four Jokers turn one by one into the same card that was selected before by a spectator. For the climax the four cards turn into the four Queens.

This effect was inspired by Jenning's Wild Cards.

runtime: 8min 22s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Michael Skinner
Michael Skinner Interview by Michael Skinner

Michael Skinner tells stories from his early years in magic such as meeting Eddie Fechter and Ed Marlo. This short interview was hosted by Roger Klause.

Both of these larger than life legends - Michael Skinner and Roger Klaus - have unfortunately passed away. Videos like these are time capsules allowing us to get closer to these legends, learn from their life, and understand them a little bit better.

length: 3min 13s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Michael Skinner
Cut & Restored Rope by Michael Skinner

This is a wonderful classic cut and restored rope routine performed to a lovely script. The rope is cut and restored twice and in the end the rope vanishes only leaving a short piece behind in the spectator's hand.

runtime: 10min 22s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Michael Skinner
Ten Peeks by Michael Skinner

The ace through 10 of Diamonds are inserted into the pack, each card at a different location. The deck is shuffled and then Michael produces each card one by one in different ways using pop out moves, cuts, and other flourishes.

This is an improvement of an effect popularized by Eddie Fechter. However Eddie produced each card the same way using the gymnastic ace production from the Paul LePaul book.

runtime: 14min 46s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Martin A. Nash
A Hard Ace To Follow by Martin A. Nash

Featuring Infinity

Martin is demonstrating the difference between coincidence, or luck, and sleight-of-hand. This is a lovely routine where a spectator selects a card that is lost in the deck. The four aces are shown and one ace with the same suit as the spectators card magically turns face down while the aces are held by the spectator. Perhaps a coincidence. Then another card in the remaining deck turns face down. Luck?! The final climax when the two face-down cards are turned face-up is the transposition of an ace and the chosen card because the ace is found in the deck and the chosen card...

2009 / 12 / 10
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Martin Lewis
Sucker Silks by Martin Lewis

A very commercial routine where all is in the delivery and the script. Martin starts with a lovely Ping Pong ball gag. The main effect is the classic push a white handkerchief into your fist and pull out a red one. The method should be clear to everybody even though Martin will explain the basic mechanism and move. What you learn here are the lines and little bits of business that make this a commercial routine.

runtime: 6min 16s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Jack Carpenter
Three-in-One by Jack Carpenter

This is the 'pick a card and I find it' type of effect, where the spectator's card is revealed with a color change. It is a nice sequence that could fit into many card routines.

runtime: 4min 37s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Tom Mullica
Band on the Run & Flying Match by Tom Mullica

For the first effect you will need a cigar. Take off the cellophane cover and have a spectator twist it into a little string. Then have them pull off the cigar band and put it on the cellophane string. Both ends are held by the spectator. Under the cover of a handkerchief you free the band without destroying it.

The second effect is a neat stunt. While you attempt to light your cigarette with a match the lit match takes off and flies away - like a rocket.

runtime: 8min 39s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Rafael Benatar
Airing the Pull-Out by Rafael Benatar

This is a subtlety to facilitate - or make it easier - to perform the pull-out or strip-out shuffle.

runtime: 7min 9s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Lee Earle
Deja-Vu-Ing by Lee Earle

Before the show you mail or give a spectator an envelope for safe keeping. At the show the spectator opens the envelope to find another smaller envelope inside. In this smaller envelope are three little pieces of paper. On these pieces of paper the performer recorded three dreams a few days earlier. The performer's dreams match the front page of today's newspaper as well as two spectator's thoughts.

runtime: 24min 44s

2009 / 12 / 10
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Darwin Ortiz
Blind Aces by Darwin Ortiz

A deck is borrowed from one spectator and shuffled by another spectator. Darwin finds the four aces while his eyes are covered by the hands of a third spectator. He even discerns the suit of one of the aces by touch alone.

To pull this effect off you will need a bit of pre-show work.

runtime: 18min 28s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Allan Ackerman
Double Dupe Poker Deal by Allan Ackerman

This is an extension of the Martin Gardner poker deal from Royal Road to Card Magic including ideas from Simon Aronson and John Bannon.

This effect starts out with a quick transformation. Two spectators select four cards in total. These four cards visually and instantly change to the four kings. Then Allan demonstrates how a cheat would stack a deck to achieve an advantage. The final climax is a Royal Flush dealt to himself and three kings to one of the spectators.

runtime: 15min 36s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Rafael Benatar
The Slippery Double Drop by Rafael Benatar

This is a move for tabling a double. Rafael carefully describes the principles and details involved in this deception. Everything looks fair. Nobody would suspect that you tabled two cards.

runtime: 4min 59s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Rafael Benatar
Application of Marlo's Spread Change by Rafael Benatar

This is Rafael's combination of Marlo's Spread Change with the Slippery Drop. It is a very visual and surprising reveal of a card that was controlled to the top.

runtime: 2min 13s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Mark Strivings
The Dakota Miracle by Mark Strivings

A spectator is asked to take out a $1 Bill. The performer divines the city the bill was printed in and the serial number.

runtime: 15min 31s

2009 / 12 / 9
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Juan Tamariz
Routine in Major D by Juan Tamariz

This is classic Juan Tamariz, a longer routine with four effects. It uses the Tamariz memorized deck. In the explanation part Juan gives you the exact sequence of his memorized deck. Important to know is that there are no difficult moves. Most of the heavy lifting is done by the stack itself and some false shuffles and false cuts.

Effect:

Juan shows a full deck of cards and mixes face-up and face-down cards by shuffling, cutting and turning over packs. Then all the cards are assembled into a pile, the performer riffles the corners and the spectator peeks at a card. Without looking at the...

2009 / 12 / 8
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Darwin Ortiz
New Tens Routine by Darwin Ortiz

This is a nice routine where several times the black tens change into the red tens and then the red tens change into the black tens and it keeps changing like this several times. Performed in an off-beat manner this is a really strong effect.

runtime: 9min 49s

2009 / 12 / 8
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Stefan Olschewski
The Count's Count by Stefan Olschewski

Do you have the perfect brain? Now you do!

Just take out a deck of cards and a pen. Let them shuffle the cards. Then have them call out random digits and proceed to write them on the backs of the cards until you have marked about 30 or 40 cards (or even the whole deck). Fan the cards in front of you for only 5-10 seconds to remember the sequence. Hand the cards to the spectator who called out the final number. You are ready to go:

At lightning speed, and blindfolded, you run through the numbers on the backs of the cards in the exact order they have been called out! Each time you are right,...

2009 / 12 / 5
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