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Simon J. Lea
Real Fake Hand-Writing Analysis by Simon J. Lea
  • You will demonstrate your ability to look at a person's signature and then be able to identify pictures that they have drawn.
  • You will be able to tell from signature alone which words, symbols and ideas an individual person will be attracted to.
  • By just feeling the muscles of a person's hand you will be able to point to a piece writing that has been written by that hand.
  • You will even be able spot a liar just from the way they sign their name.
You won't... but you'll be able to fake that you can!

This effect is all about you demonstrating your amazing hand-writing analysis skills....

2008 / 7 / 3
$8.50

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Philemon Vanderbeck
A Wicked Pack of Cards by Philemon Vanderbeck
"Madame Sosostris, famous clairvoyant had a bad cold, nonetheless was known to be the wisest woman in Europe with a wicked pack of cards." - T.S. Eliot, "The Wasteland"
I've been working on an act designed specifically for comedy clubs based on the premise of "a wicked pack of cards." I have a 'volunteer' select a card, and I then proceed to give the worst possible interpretation of it.

The deck I'm using is "Morgan's Tarot," an unusual 86-card deck that bears little relationship with a normal Tarot deck. I found its simple black and white drawings and irreverent card titles to be apropos...

2008 / 7 / 2
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Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Magicseen No. 21 (Jul 2008) by Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw

To subscribe to Magicseen click here.

Vol. 4, No. 3, July 2008; 68 pages.

Cover: Michael J. Fitch

  1. Welcome - editor's letter
  2. Letters
  3. News
  4. Chris Priest, The Man Who Knows Too Much! - interview
  5. News
  6. Location - a visit to the locations used for The Illusionist movie
  7. Christopher Howell Offers High Hopes - interview by T. Howard
  8. Russ Stevens, illusion is where the heart is ... - interview by Graham Hey
  9. News
  10. Beyond Compere, The Art Of The MC - Mark Leveridge - article
  11. Michael J. Fitch, at home on the streets - main feature
  12. Dealer's Booth - Big Blind Media
  13. Reviews
    • Nestor Hato - DVD
    • Twister Continuum - Steven...
2008 / 6 / 28
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Stephen Tucker
Magic Purse by Stephen Tucker

Three coins, one at a time, penetrate a purse and land in a glass tumbler. You will need a zippered cloth or leather coin purse and a magnet of the right strength.

  • magnet reduces sleight of hand to a minimum
  • resets automatically
  • ideal for table hopping
1st edition 2008; 2 pages.
2008 / 6 / 10
$12

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Stephen Tucker
Exhibit A & B by Stephen Tucker

This is a really funny murder mystery routine. The zippered "case" (used to house everything) is "re-opened" and the possible weapons and five laminated clue-cards are removed. With your help, the spectator now deduces which of the weapons was used. Once he's done so, you explain, humorously, why the other weapons couldn't possibly have been used, so he's effectively solved the murder! This means that everything can be returned to the case, which can then be officially closed.

  • No re-set is needed.
  • Ideal for close-up or "murder weekend" shows.
  • Not suitable for non-english speaking countries. ...
2008 / 6 / 10
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Stephen Tucker
Impossible by Stephen Tucker
  • 100% self-working
  • instant reset
  • everything can be examined at the end
Effect: You table a coin, a folded up Lotto ticket and a key-ring, then turn your back on proceedings. Someone mixes the three objects around in the row. You now ask that they 'switch' the three objects around even more, as you direct them (sight unseen). They are then asked to pocket two of the objects, in different pockets, and hold the remaining object in their hand.

You now turn to face them again and, after suitable concentration, reveal that they are holding the coin in their hand - they are! You then continue...

2008 / 6 / 10
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Stephen Tucker
Abacus Tuckered Up by Stephen Tucker

A collection of Stephen Tucker's 18 contributions to Al Smith's Abacus magazine.

1st edition 2007; 37 pages.

  1. Play It Again Sam
  2. Out Of His Dimension
  3. Blackpool Blockbuster
  4. Imogination
  5. Spell My Number
  6. Thotdek
  7. Lady Luck
  8. Done Up Like A Dog’s Dinner
  9. Matterix
  10. Polygraph Pasteboards
  11. Pretty Polygraph
  12. The Return
  13. Shirning
  14. Faro Hate
  15. Staid Stacked
  16. Utility Poker
  17. Utility Poker Utilised
  18. Two Keys To Baldpate
2008 / 6 / 8
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Stephen Tucker
ACAAN by Stephen Tucker

Any Card At Any Number - You table a cased deck, then remove a small, thin note-pad from your shirt pocket and ask one person to name any card. Let's assume he says, "The Queen of Spades." You record this on the pad. You next ask a second person to name any number from 1 to 52. Let's assume this person says, "22". You record this too, then pick up the cased deck. You remove the cards and show that they are all different. You hand the deck to one of them, and ask that he deals down to the 22nd card... it's the Queen of Spades!

If you would like to inject a little comedy, once the card and...

2008 / 6 / 8
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Stephen Tucker
The Lazarus Card by Stephen Tucker

This is the strangest rising card method ever. Why? Because the card that rises is the actual gimmick. Also, the selected card rises and (to amusing patter) its back changes from red to blue. This means that you only have to pocket it, which is logical as its back no longer matches the rest of the cards, and the deck is clean.

  • No weights, threads, elastics, springs, electronics, cut-out cards or anything like you've ever seen before!
  • Add the gimmicked card to any red backed Bicycle deck!
  • Bonus routine: Hallucination Plus
  • Bonus routine: Impromptu, Borrowed Rising Cards
1st edition 2005;...
2008 / 6 / 8
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Stephen Tucker
Leketenem by Stephen Tucker

With a regular deck, in their own hands, two people each look at a card. They have a 100% free choice of any card. Their cards are lost - you genuinely don't know where they are in the deck!

You now put the cards into your empty pocket then, seconds later produce both selections. The rest of the deck is now removed and you are able to continue with any other card routines that you have mastered.

The instructions detail four presentations - the one above, one performed with a face up deck, one involving four people (ideal for two married couples - to see if they are compatible) and a 100%...

2008 / 6 / 8
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Stephen Tucker
Hash-Town-Ding by Stephen Tucker

Someone shuffles an examined blue backed deck (which also contains four red backers). You take it back and, in seconds, produce the four aces. However, this production results in laughter from your audience, not stunned amazement.

You next explain that you are thinking of a word, and ask them to try and read your mind. They say that they think your word is SOAP. You act astonished and say that it was. You then remove the four red backed cards, seen earlier, and a letter has appeared on the back of each of them. The four letters are S, O, A and P!

The deck can now be examined. Hash-Town-Ding...

2008 / 6 / 8
$12

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Stephen Tucker
Lotto Flash Wallet by Stephen Tucker

This is an absolutely incredible transposition of a 'winning' lottery ticket (you say that you had three of the numbers drawn), which is isolated in a wallet and a £10.00 note held in your hands!

Believe it or not it's an even faster transposition than the one you saw the Pendragons do on TV with their 'Metamorphosis' sub-trunk illusion. Best of all it's 100% self-working, but looks like incredible sleight-of-hand or real magic.

  • automatically resets
  • very topical as virtually everyone does the lotto (lottery)
  • you can use any country's lotto ticket and currency
  • comes with Flash Cash...
2008 / 6 / 8
$12

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Stephen Tucker
Matrix Reloaded by Stephen Tucker

Four laminated cards are shown to each bear the image of a coin. (Included are images of cards bearing either 50p coins or Kennedy half-dollars).

They are tabled, one at each corner of your mat or, if strolling, one on each of four up-turned palms. The coins on three of the cards vanish and appear on the fourth card - in true matrix fashion. Then the four images are shaken off the card into reality. This leaves you with four double blanks and four real coins!

If you like, you can now perform your favorite coin-matrix with the 'real' coins using the blank cards as covers.

  • easy to perform...
2008 / 6 / 8
$12

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Bob Cassidy
Mentalism and Magick by Bob Cassidy
  1. Telepathy in the Third Dimension
  2. The Bullwhip Approach
  3. Under the Table
  4. Split
  5. Thought Card in Pocket
1st edition 2002; 24 pages.
2008 / 6 / 8
$25

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Stephen Tucker
The Mind Map by Stephen Tucker

You remove from your pocket four sections of a large, full-color, treasure map and jig-saw them together. There are 58 possible locations, and someone is asked to imagine that they have buried all their worldly goods at one of these locations.

You now start to deduce, letter-by-letter, the name of their thought of location. However, way before you have called out all the letters, you stop, pick up the four pieces, stick a label onto one of them and hand it to the spectator face down. He reveals where he mentally buried his things, and discovers that you stuck the label, with an X drawn on...

2008 / 6 / 7
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Stephen Tucker
The Missing Link by Stephen Tucker

Three playing cards (or business cards) are shown and then, with herculean strength, you tear out their centers - in order, you explain, to magically link them together.

Once they have been linked, they are then torn apart (to break the chain), then the "hoops" are restored and handed out for immediate examination.

You can make gimmicks in less than five seconds! Now also supplied with a 100% impromptu handling.

1st edition 2005; 4 pages.

2008 / 6 / 7
$12

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Stephen Tucker
Paradox by Stephen Tucker

This is an incredible topological curiosity with a playing card and a third!

Four odd shaped pieces, cut from Bicycle playing cards, are tabled. You explain that three of the pieces marry together to form the shape of a complete playing card. The extra piece is only supplied in case of emergencies (i.e. if you lose a piece!) The extra 'emergency' piece is shown to be the same shape as one of the other pieces and is then set aside.

Strangely, although you easily solved the 'apparently' simple jig-saw puzzle, no one else can!

Comes with a bonus routine: Bomb$hell Deluxe.

1st edition...

2008 / 6 / 7
$12

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Edwin Ash
Hypnosis in the Lancet by Edwin Ash

These are two articles published in the famous Lancet:

  1. Some Experiments in Hypnosis, January 27th 1906.
  2. The Induction of Hypnosis, August 25th 1906.
1st edition 1906; 9 pages.
2008 / 6 / 7
$7

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Stephen Tucker
Omega by Stephen Tucker

The world's only examinable B'Wave - Two sets of blue Bicycle backed aces are shown. You table one set face down and have someone name any ace. With the other set behind your back, you manage to reverse their named ace (big deal!) However, you now spread the tabled set and their ace has magically reversed there too!

Next, you hand someone your set of aces and, whilst in their hands, the face of their ace vanishes and the backs of the other three change from blue to red! (They are now examinable!)

Finally, someone picks up the tabled set and, with the cards in their hands, their ace becomes...

2008 / 6 / 7
$14

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Stephen Tucker
Red Hot Poker by Stephen Tucker

The core effect is that you play a game of Poker, using just ten cards, with one other player. They choose which five cards they would like, and you take the rest. Incredible as it sounds... they receive a Full House, whilst you always win with a Royal Flush!

NOTE: please don't confuse Red Hot Poker with the old "ten card poker" routine played with three sets of 'three of a kind' and a single 'odd' card. There you had to make them choose the 'odd' card in order for you to win. The routines here are nothing like that!

As a special related bonus item, Peter Duffie has very kindly allowed me to include...

2008 / 6 / 7
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Stephen Tucker
Quartet by Stephen Tucker

Four cards (you could use jumbos) are shown. They are all the same on the face, but one has flipped face down. They are shown again and a second has flipped face down.

This is repeated until only one remains face up. You now ask if they'd like to 'see' the final card visibly flip face down? They would, but aren't too impressed when you simply remove it, and openly turn it over!

However, when the four cards are dealt face up to the table... they are now all completely different, and match the four freely 'forced' cards that they chose earlier!

This routine is great for mastering the...

2008 / 6 / 7
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Stephen Tucker
Fade Away by Stephen Tucker

Three face down cards are show and tabled to one side for the moment. Introducing a regular deck of cards, you have one selected, signed across its face, returned and then lost.

The deck is now set aside, as you show the three cards tabled earlier. Incredibly, all three appear to be the signed selection! Then the cards become shy and refuse to show their faces in public, backing away from everyone (all three cards now have backs on both sides!) Finally, they all return to normal!

This is a brilliant routine and easy to perform. Only three cards are used - apart from those in your deck...

2008 / 6 / 6
$12

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Stephen Tucker
The Vortex Cards by Stephen Tucker

Two full-color laminated Visa-type credit cards are shown. As you hold one, and move it in a circle, the image of a silver coin appears at its center, which (incredible as it sounds) you then shake off into reality!

You then explain that it can just as easily be deposited back into your bank-account and removed whenever you want it.

Once you've produced several coins, you can use the two Vortex Cards as covers for your favorite matrix routine. Stephen includes his Vortex-Matrix routine.

This is an optical oddity that you will love and use! Pop the two Vortex Cards in your wallet and...

2008 / 6 / 6
$12

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Mystic Alexandre
Target Card in Painting by Mystic Alexandre

This is a wonderful presentational idea for the "Invisible Deck". (If you do not know what the "Invisible Deck" is ask around or visit a dealer. It is a very common prepared deck of cards.)

This routine will require some creativity on your part, but more so on the spectator’s part ... but this is part of the fun. It can really go anywhere and it’s usually just as interesting to the performer as it is for the participant.

1st edition 2008; 3 pages.

2008 / 6 / 6
$4

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