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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Linking Card Collection by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

New impossible linking card designs

Here you learn a few simple ways to make some new impossible folded playing cards. You also can do this with your own business cards or banknotes. You even could link your business card with a banknote or playing card. A perfect souvenir! You don't need glue or anything like that. Put it in a frame or carry some with you and hand them out.

1st edition 2017, 23 min

2017 / 2 / 21
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Aldo Colombini
Perpetual Motion Poker Deal by Aldo Colombini

This effect was created by Bruce Cervon who gave Aldo permission to teach and release it. It is a wonderfully simple and unique poker deal demonstration that never has to be reset, because at the end of the routine the deck is ready for a repeat - ideal for table hoppers. Uses a regular deck of cards with an additional set of aces.

Aldo also teaches a number of easy false cuts and shuffles which you can use in combination with this demonstration, but they are not necessary. With a good presentation this can be just as effective as other story routines, such as "Sam and Moe" or "Sam and the Bellhop",...

2017 / 2 / 21
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Aldo Colombini
Baroque Compositions by Aldo Colombini

Here Aldo performs and explains twelve effects from his Baroque Cards ebook. The twelve effects were selected by Rachel.

  • Vivace: You deal the Kings into four packets and they assemble in one packet. On top of each pile the four Aces appear.
  • Aria: An Ace-Assembly that's easy to perform, direct and to-the-point, with a magical and surprising climax.
  • Sarabanda: The two black Kings find two selected cards from a deck cut into three piles by a spectator.
  • Concerto: The four Jacks disappear and find three cards in the middle of the deck. One indicates the value of a selection, the second the suit and the...
2017 / 2 / 21
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Paul A. Lelekis
Patter Ideas and the Incomplete Faro by Paul A. Lelekis

Illustrated by Tony Dunn.

Learn the rich 1,000 year history of the Jacks (or Knaves) and King of Hearts...and also learn many excellent patter ideas. Also learn their real meanings and excellent presentations to really "spice up" your card magic. In addition, learn all about Paul's awesome underground sleight, The Incomplete Faro Transfer and learn an amazing trick to use with it, The Indicator! No Perfect Faro is used.

This underground sleight is brilliant and will "fool" the pros. The method is simplicity itself yet the execution is diabolical. The Indicator seems to be impossible and...

2017 / 2 / 20
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Jon Racherbaumer
Facsimile 6 by Jon Racherbaumer

Includes a more clarified explanation of Marlo's "Super Count" routine, and a lot more.

  • Frank Shields: Bits And Pieces
  • Super-Counting Caper
  • Tabled Bottom Placement
  • Gutting The Glut
  • Everybody Is A Magician
  • Re-Rereading
  • Quick Note For The Cow-Pawed, Gibblefisted,
  • Scram-Handed, Ballock-Handed,
  • Keg-Handed And Cack-Handed Brethren
  • Shades Of Ricky Jay
  • The Credit Game
  • Magic As Stamp Collecting?
  • Marlo And The Second-Dealing Monkey
  • Remembering Al Koran
  • Guess What?
  • Color Monte Notes

1st edition 2017, 70 pages.

2017 / 2 / 20
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Jon Racherbaumer
Super-Cuts by Jon Racherbaumer

The methods explained in this manuscript involve cutting a deck to ostensibly change its order. They are semi-automatic because minimal dexterity is required. Otherwise they are subtle in seductive ways and all of them are completely or partially false.

The false cut triggering this manuscript is Jay Ose's False Cut that was auspiciously introduced to magicians by Harry Lorayne. This false cut eventually made its way into the repertoires of card specialists, but early on it was primarily meant to be easily and quickly performed after false shuffling. It was to the point, expressing a pleasing, sixbeat...

2017 / 2 / 14
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Martin Gardner
12 Tricks with a Borrowed Deck by Martin Gardner

Here are a dozen quality card magic effects that can be performed with an unprepared deck at a moment's notice. While not self-working, most of these miracles rely on just one or two sleights. Some require a setup. Crisp illustrations by Dr. Harlan Tarbell help make it easy to understand and master.

Here's what's included:

  • Improved Topsy-Turvy Deck - The deck is flipped half face-up and half face-down, then sloppily shuffled. The deck mysteriously rights itself, except for three selected cards, which are the only reversed cards in the pack. This will slay your audience.
  • Face to Face Fantasy - A cheek-to-cheek...
2017 / 2 / 14
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Brick Tilley
On the Fly by Brick Tilley

A card to mouth routine followed by a card to pockets sequence.

1st edition 2016, 4 pages.

2017 / 2 / 7
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Enrico Varella
Memorable Mentalism: Mysteries With the Mnemonic Deck by Enrico Varella

"The only people who speak of the difficulties of the memorising a deck of cards are those who've never seriously tried to learn one." - Simon Aronson

Would it be useful to you if you knew the identity of the top card of a shuffled deck? What if you knew both the identity of the top and bottom cards of a shuffled deck in use? If you know the identity of four cards on the top of a shuffled deck, how would you apply this knowledge? Would you desire to demonstrate that you can speed memorise a packet of cards within seconds? Now, imagine this: You know the identity of every card in an entire...
2017 / 2 / 7
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Devin Knight
Impossible Card Flights by Devin Knight

Note: You will need to purchase a special deck of cards from a magic dealer described in this PDF.

Read every word closely, as this is an accurate description. A new effect never done before, designed by Devin Knight to close both his stage and close-up shows. In the audience's mind it is mind-shattering effect that defies explanation. Imagine sending a selected card backward in time and proving it! This is something your audiences have not seen and is so strong it has to be a show closer as nothing can follow it.

A VIP is invited to come forward; this could be the president of the club...

2017 / 2 / 7
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Abhinav Bothra
Dyad by Abhinav Bothra

A deceiving card control + an intrepid card move = An audacious card at any number

AMBIENCE CONTROL : A single card control from the middle of the deck to the top. Originally put out in The Blind Faith Collection (2015). It can also be used as a phase in an Ambitious Card Routine.

SAY STOP : A Selected Card At Any Number where you don't really need to know the number before hand. Originally put out in Audacious (2013) and as a bonus in C.I.A (2015).

Notes and Credits: Do not confuse Ambience Control to be same as Bizau Christian's Blind Square. They both are different. Say Stop was inspired from Paul Wilson's Yamfacaan. However...

2017 / 2 / 7
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Al E. Smith
Cards Cool by Al E. Smith

A quick-fingers count-up reveals that including covers, contents page and suchlike, Cards Cool is a 64 page ebook overflowing with 20 individual card fragments and generous chunks of waffle to encourage them on.

A mixed-up shuffling of, ideas, doctrines, gentle dogmas and tender opinions to baffle and amuse. Regular sort of stuff, nothing off the wall or up the chimney, merely a smattering of street-worn cardboardian craziness. Nothing too involved or muscle tasking. Another soothing blend for Card Cardpersons.

  • Introdecktion
  • Dragoniaces
  • Pokadditional Revisited
  • Triple Header
  • Jonah Poker ...
2017 / 2 / 3
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M. S. Mahendra
Amazing Card Miracles by M. S. Mahendra
  • Design For Wrist Watch Gimmic
  • Preface
  • The Arrangement
  • Mechanics Of The Arrangement
  • To Openly Arrange A Strange Deck
  • The Peculiar Arrangement Of The Deck
  • False Shuffles
  • The “Perfect” False Shuffle
  • Hugh Johnston False Shuffle
  • False Cuts
  • The Jordan False Cut
  • The Lightning Card Counter
  • Table Of Short Cuts
  • Patter For Counting Cards
  • The Human Scales
  • The Strange Powers Of The Joker
  • Patter Routine Number Two
  • Another Presentation
  • The Phantom Card Game
  • Another Patter Routine For The Phantom Card Game
  • Read My Mind
  • Card Locations
  • Positive Thought Control
  • Clairvoyant Power ...
2017 / 1 / 31
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Raphaël Czaja
Offbeat Card Magic by Raphaël Czaja

12 easy to do strong impact routines. From the introduction by Aldo Colombini:

I am particularly fond of these effects as they are relatively simple and strong in impact, and this has always been the kind of magic that I like. Please give them all a try and see which ones fit you the best.

  • SCAMP (Spectator's Card At Magician's Predicted Number)
  • Ad(d) a Double Cheese
  • Ungaffed Odd Jokers
  • Stick Out
  • Die
  • Mission: Impossible
  • Straight Ahead
  • Prediction: Impossible 2
  • Extra Spelling Perception
  • Love Prediction
  • Easy Simple Prediction
  • Royal Detector

1st edition 2014, 11 pages....

2017 / 1 / 31
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David Devlin
Hot to Trost by David Devlin

David Devlin has released a staple from his impromptu card act. This is a full routine, and it is a killer! This is based on an effect by the great Nick Trost, and is a tribute of sorts to him. This may become your "go-to" effect when someone hands you a deck and says, "Do something." You will be performing this routine in no time. It is not difficult, and it looks incredible.

Here is the routine: The jokers are removed from the deck, and placed on the table. The performer removes any card he wishes, but shows it to know one, not even himself. This card is placed face down between the two jokers, but...

2017 / 1 / 30
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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Grant's Brilliant Card Magic by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This is a fascinating book on card magic. It shows U. F. Grant at his best. (Robert J. Smith mentioned on the cover was one of U.F. Grant's pseudonyms.) These are some of the most ingenious methods for card tricks you will find. Many are magician foolers. All are very easy to do, but pack a wallop. Most of them require no sleight of any kind!

You get 50 tricks in all. Some of these items can be used as show platform tricks such where a glass of ink changes to glass of clear water with a selected card inside using no chemicals. Another effect is that three people just name cards at random....

2017 / 1 / 30
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Edward Marlo
Seconds, Centers and Bottoms by Edward Marlo

Watch the master as he goes through advanced dealing and pass techniques, as only Eddie could. Exclusive, historical footage is now available in a digital format for the first time for serious card workers everywhere. A great line from Marlo is: "The center deal is a glorified bottom deal - that is all it is."

  • Take versus Strike Seconds
  • One Hand and Extended Push-Off Seconds
  • Easy and No Touch Theory Seconds
  • Natural Second
  • On the Inward Take
  • Multiple Minus Bottom
  • Marlo on the Center Deal
  • Inner Corner Take Bottom
  • On the Bottom Deal Count
  • Havana Deals
  • Inward and Outward Deals
  • Straddle...
2017 / 1 / 25
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Unknown Mentalist
Monk Stack by Unknown Mentalist

The Monk Stack is a simple cyclical stack. It was designed to solve two famous problems of the Si Stebbins stack and the 8 Kings stack. Like the Si Stebbins stack, this does not have an obvious sequence. And unlike the 8 Kings, this does not need the memorization of a mnemonic.

In fact, the single, simple rule of the Monk Stack is so easy that you will learn the stack instantly after reading the rule. Not only that, it will also be almost impossible for you to forget the rule thereafter. Frankly, the cool rule which is the core of the Monk Stack can be stated in just one single sentence....

2017 / 1 / 25
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J. G. Thompson Jr.
The Living End by J. G. Thompson Jr.

Over 200 different impromptu take-a-card trick endings.

From the introduction by John Braun:

He has definitely struck "pay dirt" in this book, which he has whimsically titled THE LIVING END. In simpler terms, this is an encyclopedic collection of endings for one of the most popular branches of Magic - the "take a card, look at a card, remember a card, think of a card, any card," opening.

Having completed this stage, the performer KNOWS either the identity of the card or its whereabouts in the pack, and sometimes he knows both. And, as John Northern Hilliard put it back in 1908 in DOWNS' ...

2017 / 1 / 13
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Brick Tilley
Eye Candy by Brick Tilley

The spectator selects, remembers, and returns a card to the deck. Without any unnecessary handling the performer counts down to its value, then spells the suit. The selected card is turned over at the end of this counting/spelling sequence.

Based on a trick by Frederick Mosteller in 1943 that used two decks. This is a streamlined and more commercial one deck version.

1st edition 2016, 4 pages.

2017 / 1 / 13
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Edward Marlo
Private Studies Video by Edward Marlo

Ed Marlo performs and teaches some of his greatest secrets, gleaned from private footage.

This 60 minute video offers the richest, most complete teaching tape ever released of the world's greatest cardician, Edward Marlo, with over twenty-five quality ideas, moves and routines jam-packed into one video. Watch as Ed demonstrates and explains: Spectator Cuts the Aces, The Fifth Peel, Vanishing Aces, Shake the Spots Off . . . and much, much more. Ed Marlo lectures on Shank and Zarrow shuffle sequences and applications, gives advanced tips on card handling, and adds performances of items from...

2017 / 1 / 13
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Devin Knight
The Svengali Fooler by Devin Knight

This is a new effect from Devin Knight's recent East Coast lecture tour. It uses a special Svengali deck in a way that magicians will never suspect. So you know, you will need to own or buy a Svengali Deck and gimmick it to do this trick. Take this to your next magic club meeting and puzzle the members.

EFFECT: The performer shows a deck of cards and mixes them. He invites a spectator to stop him as he deals the cards face down on the table. The person can stop him anywhere in the deal, there are no restrictions. The performer deals until the person says stop. The performer shows the card...

2017 / 1 / 13
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Jon Racherbaumer
Hull-A-Palooza: 25 Devilish Strategies of Divination by Jon Racherbaumer

From the Preface:

Conjurers (as entertainers) are agents of simulated magical phenomenon. And most theorists would likely agree that such simulations should be direct and powerful. For example, the phenomenon is prophesying a mentally selected card, begins when the agent writes down or verbalizes a prediction beforehand. Next, a spectator names a card and, finally, the named card matches the predicted card. This magical result, as just described, is almost tantamount to telling a person what they are thinking as they are thinking it. This is an ideal outcome.

Our literature is loaded with...

2017 / 1 / 13
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N.I. Pectus
The Off-Principle by N.I. Pectus

Sometimes we confuse progress and novelty. Not everything new is an improvement.

What the off principle offers is not newness but rather simplicity. The Off-principle is not trying to replace breaks, peeks or controls and yet it is making them less relevant. The off principle is not an advanced move or trick and yet it is able to improve almost every card trick. The off principle is complex in it s applications and yet simplifies almost any card trick you are about to perform.

Yesterday you used controls to keep track of the spectators card, now it is still possible but unnecessary. Yesterday...

2017 / 1 / 12
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Werner Miller
Sub Rosa 12 by Werner Miller

More tricks based on the binary and ternary number system. Miller also exploits figures that cannot physically exist, subtly reinforcing the apparent impossibility of his trick creations.

  • Binary Dice
  • Ternary Dice
  • Day Off
  • Unreal Realities
  • More Impossible Figures
  • Zodiac Puzzle 1
  • Zodiac Puzzle 2
  • Zodiac Puzzle 3
  • Crazy Laces
  • Ariadne
  • ESPectulator
  • Dicey ESP
  • Twin Assistance
  • Multiple U/D Choice
  • Progressive U/D Deals
  • Semi-Progressive U/D Deals
  • Marching Lock-Step
  • Follow the Star!
  • Get Me Out!
  • The (Not So) Easy Task

1st edition 2017, 35 pages.

2017 / 1 / 9
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