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Al E. Smith
Cards in Here by Al E. Smith

Including covers, contents page and suchlike, Cards In Here is a 64 page ebook of card stuff. More than two dozen tricks, ideas, thoughts and whatnot to titillate the palate. Nothing complicated, no knucklebusters, no outlandish gimmicks, just simple down-home pasteboardian foolishness.

More than enough to put the anti-card brigade into a serious coma, but good fun for the rest of us.

Contents

  • Accelerace
  • Abacuts
  • Spin Flash Pass
  • CoCoCuts
  • Card Courting
  • Counting Thoughts
  • Pick Your Pick
  • CatoPresto
  • Hocus Cato Presto
  • Double Identify
  • A Short Spell Of Aces
  • Spell To Suit
  • SuitAl Spell ...
2015 / 8 / 1
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David Devlin
The Untouchables by David Devlin

This is a new Any Card at Any Number effect in which (apparently) the spectator does all of the work, and it happens all in his hands. Not only that, but the performer has predicted the entire outcome; the card and the number, far in advance! This is all true. The performer never touches the deck once the effect begins.

Here is the effect as the audience sees it: The deck is shuffled by a spectator. The performer has any spectator think of any number between one and fifty-two, but not to reveal it to anyone until asked by the performer. Nothing is written down. The number is simply thought...

2015 / 8 / 1
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Nick Conticello
Reveries by Nick Conticello

Here we offer three new approaches to Bob Hummer's classic Mindreader's Dream effect. A spectator merely thinks of a card and out of the performer's view deals some cards to impress the card on the subject's unconscious mind. The dealt cards are lost in the pack. The performer asks the spectator some questions, studies the subject's nonverbal responses, and slowly but surely names the thought-of card.

One method requires a small stack, the other two are impromptu. All use ordinary cards and no sleights. The deck need not be complete.

This item will be of interest to mentalists and card...

2015 / 7 / 28
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Ferry Gerats
The Funniest Three Card Monte in the World by Ferry Gerats

Three card monte. Almost no skill. The given presentation guarantees lots of laughs.

Why the funniest?

Well, here is what happens: The routine starts with a funny joke about a three-card-monte player. The joke conjures up a crazy image in the minds of the audience that elicits huge laughter. The next laugh comes from the fact that the spectator who is invited to play the betting-game is asked to keep track of the odd card while it is clear that the odd card has grown in size and protrudes from the other cards. With the 1st round of the betting-game there comes a laugh when it is clear...

2015 / 7 / 21
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Eddie Joseph
Greater Card Tricks by Eddie Joseph

This was Eddie Joseph's first card publication. As such, coming out in 1942, it represented already at that time 20 years of performing. It's unbalanced contents shows very much that it is not simply a book of card magic, but a summary of Joseph himself as a card man and his particular biases and interests. A chapter on his particular way of doing the fundamental sleights he depended upon and an entire chapter on the intelligent use of daub.

  • Introduction...

    PART ONE

  • Some Sl(e)ight Changes in Some Standard Sleights
  • Card Palming
  • Palming Cards on the Feet
  • How to Return Palmed Card into...
2015 / 7 / 20
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Harry Lorayne
Deck-Sterity by Harry Lorayne

This is mostly an ebook on card magic but it also has a few effects with coins, dollar bills and cigarettes. By far the best routine in the ebook is the "Ten Card Poker Deal". It is a hugely entertaining, dynamic routine in which ten cards culled from the deck are dealt into two poker hands in a multitude of ways, but somehow, the magician's hand always ends up winning. The effect is virtually self-working and Harry's routining turns it into a real reputation maker.

From the Foreword:

Of course, I can't make an entertainer out of you. I can include effects and routines in my books with...

2015 / 7 / 19
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Unknown Mentalist
Deckology Volume 2: Biologic Deck by Unknown Mentalist

A fascinating combination of Biology and Numerology in this volume of Deckology. A deliciously novel flavour of "Scientific Mysticism". You will discover weird secrets in your deck of cards which will enthrall and mystify your audience. Every card trick of yours, especially card mentalism effects, will look more baffling and more interesting for the spectators when you build in this theme of "Scientific Mysticism".

Also included is some useful bonus information for magicians and mentalists for use in their patter and presentations.

1st edition 2015, 13 pages.

2015 / 7 / 13
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Jon Racherbaumer
Cunning Attractions by Jon Racherbaumer

A different take on the usage of the mini-plunger or tiny plunger. When Danny Orleans showed the item to Jon it sparked his creativity. Read about the outcome here.

  • About the Mini-Plunger
  • How to Make a "Breather"
  • Stuck Up
  • Suck-Up Sleuth
  • Malini Lite
  • Pokerratum
  • A Plunger Went A'Courting
  • Aces Take a Plunge
  • In-Depth
  • Bonus: Ham-Fisted Find

1st edition 2013, 41 pages.

2015 / 7 / 7
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Chris Wasshuber
How To Make Your Own Playing Cards by Chris Wasshuber

This is a comprehensive course in how to make your own playing cards which are almost indistinguishable from store bought cards. It covers everything starting from the design, print, cut, coating and other relevant issues.

  • Introduction
    • How it all started
    • The goal
    • Other methods
    • Overview of the Process
    • Build your own little card making business
  • Designing Cards
    • Free Online Card Design Tool
    • Other ways to design your cards
    • Resources
  • Printing Cards
    • The Structure of a Playing Card
    • Buying Playing Card Cardboard
    • Printing
    • Alignment
    • Color Matching
  • Coating Cards
    • Coating...
2015 / 7 / 7
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Hugh Morris
84 Card Tricks by Hugh Morris

84 card tricks with an explanation of the general principles of sleight of hand using ordinary cards.

  1. The All-Important "Pass"
  2. Deceptive Shuffles
  3. Forcing A Card
  4. The "Long Card"
  5. The Divining Card
  6. The Bootlegged Card
  7. To Place A Card
  8. To Slip A Card
  9. To Carry Away A Card
  10. The Congress Of Court Cards
  11. To Discover The Card Which Is Drawn, By The Throw Of A Dice
  12. The Guessed Card
  13. The Recruit Trick
  14. To Tell The Card That May Be Noted
  15. To Separate The Two Colors Of A Pack Of Cards By One Cut
  16. The "Spelling Bee" Trick
  17. The "Alternate Card" Trick
  18. To Name Any Number Of Cards In Succession Without...
2015 / 7 / 7
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Unknown Mentalist
Amazers with Karma Deck by Unknown Mentalist

Five elegant routines. Simple and self-working. Long lasting lingering impact. No forces. Novel and refreshing presentation themes, patter pieces and scripting bits.

  1. JUNE -- Performed using participant's month of birth. Participant chooses two cards related to her birth month this year and the next. And you have predicted both.
  2. U -- Performed using participant's first name (NOT a spelling effect). Participant chooses two cards related to his first name and you have predicted both.
  3. TRYST -- You show a participant your prediction in advance and she successfully transmits it telepathically...
2015 / 7 / 3
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
WindowX by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Make a card appear or change behind a window!

With WindowX you can make a card appear or change a card behind a window. You also can change the card in a sealed plastic bag that is attached and in full view behind the window. The spectator can remove the card or the bag himself (in most situations). The gimmick is very easy to make.

You can use many (but not all) windows. The trick is perfect to present in your living room or at a party with a little set up.

1st edition 2015, length 20 min

2015 / 6 / 27
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Unknown Mentalist
Deckology: Mystic Deck by Unknown Mentalist

This is essentially numerology expressed via a deck of cards. If you have a side for mysticism and or numerology this will be of interest to you.

A deck of 52 playing cards is a mini representation of this Creation itself where Time is ultimate. Hidden deep inside a deck of playing cards are many inner secrets. This ordinary looking deck of playing cards is in fact a representation of forgotten mysteries coded by our ancient mystics. The biggest secret is that each card is 'lucky' for someone at some time.

1st edition 2015, 11 pages.

2015 / 6 / 26
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Erivan Vazquez
Two Packs Are Better Than One by Erivan Vazquez

You will get two wonderful effects which are almost self-working because all the things you do seem so natural and imperceptible. The effects will require almost no effort on your part. These are effects that require nothing more than a good presentation and to be able to use your sense of touch. That's it! You don't need more than that because the clever thinking behind the principles that make the effects work every time will do all the work for you and also you can use the patter given for each of the effects.

The following effects are described:

Influential Coincidence: A spectator...

2015 / 6 / 26
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Harry Stanley
Magic With Jumbo Cards by Harry Stanley

These are effects you can do with a jumbo deck of cards preferably on stage or in a parlor setting.

Many standard playing card 'moves' are possible with Jumbos, though, obviously, because of their size, the accent must be on subtlety rather than manipulation.

The performer should make the most of the many opportunities for comedy, inherent in the very use of cards of such an unusual size. The very fact of asking a spectator to 'shuffle' such a pack, is funny in itself ... and, where it suits the performer’s style, no opportunity should be lost, to allow the spectators to 'mix' the cards. ...

2015 / 6 / 23
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Dr. Hans-Christian Solka
Low Vision Marking System by Dr. Hans-Christian Solka

A marked deck for people who have less than perfect vision or need glasses.

A blockout system for marking cards has been developed based on the widespread Bicycle Rider Back 808 deck. The development focused on good discernibility of the system for magicians with impaired vision. The marked deck can be prepared in less than one hour.

  1. Introduction
  2. Card and Suit Values
  3. Basic Principle – the Clock Design
  4. Marking the Card Value
  5. Marking the Suit Value
    1. Suit and Card Value in Different Marks
    2. The Stage Version
    3. Suit and Card Value Together in One Single Mark
  6. One-way Marking
  7. Predecessor...
2015 / 6 / 21
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Al E. Smith
Another Spell Of Cards by Al E. Smith

Another Spell Of Cards is the follow-on volume to A Spell Of Cards, and much like that ebook is not exclusively devoted to Spelling effects. However, in keeping with the spelling aspect of the title, there are more than several "Spellers," all presenting sideways glances at the ever-present premise.

As with its proud predecessor, Another Spell Of Cards will appeal to the fearless family of card people who remain calm and maintain their cool in the presence of spelling tricks.

  • Introdecktion
  • Packspeller
  • Spellapack
  • Spellapact
  • Bizzy Spell
  • Poker Player’s Piatknikace
  • Bike
  • Tumbling Dice
  • Dealer Is A...
2015 / 6 / 20
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Scott Edward Lane
Gambling Card Sharps: How to Beat a Cheater by Scott Edward Lane

This is a highly sophisticated work on gambling and cheating with cards. The author, Scott Edward Lane, is not only an expert card handler but also an engineer by profession. You will find formulas, flow charts, and graphs which you will not usually find in similar books on this subject. In that sense it is a unique work written by an expert for experts.

This ebook details mnemonics as applied to card sharping, Lane System for Calculated Cuts, Utility Holding Positions, Impromptu Systems to Cull and Stock, Strategic Communications Management, Utilizing Secret Accomplices, Cull and Stock Error...

2015 / 6 / 14
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Devin Knight & Sid Lorraine
Thumb Fun by Devin Knight & Sid Lorraine

This was one of Sid Lorraine's most popular tricks. It has been off the market for more than 40 years. Devin Knight obtained permission from the Abbott Magic Company to release this again and to update the original directions. How good is this effect? Well, it was one of the late Doug Henning's favorite tricks and was personally taught to him by Sid. Doug Henning used it everywhere, including in some of his touring stage shows, showing it on a big screen behind him.

A playing card is selected and kept a secret from the performer. The performer shows five small white cards blank on both sides,...

2015 / 6 / 14
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Jon Racherbaumer
Marlo: Low-Down and Cozy by Jon Racherbaumer

This ebook features six presentations by Edward Marlo, one of the most prolific producers of card magic ever known. My criteria for selecting these six presentations was to pick effects that stressed subtlety and psychological cunning and required little or no difficult sleight-of-hand. The irony here is that such tricks are seldom associated with Marlo, even though he devised scores of easy, semi-automatic tricks during his career. But don't despair. The ones in this ebook run a gamut.

Cozy Card to Case is a subtle version of an ancient trick dating back to Walter Gibson's Popular Card Tricks. Most versions are based on miscalling a...

2015 / 6 / 13
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Unknown Mentalist
Deckcelence by Unknown Mentalist

Now includes "The Dan Harlan Subtlety" an exciting alternative handling proposed by Dan Harlan. Also includes some cool additional ideas proposed by Robin Gillett.

Deckciting deckxamples of deckceptional and decksplosive memory deckshibition and mind reading decksperiments with any memorized / algorithmic deck including Karma Deck.

A unique 7 phase memory and mind reading routine where the deck is genuinely shuffled by multiple spectators. Can be done with any stack where knowing the card at any position and the position of any card is possible, like the Karma Deck.

No peeking or switching. Self working and hands...

2015 / 6 / 11
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M. F. Zens
Zens Card Miracle by M. F. Zens

A spectator cuts the pack of cards and counts off 25 cards. Shuffle these cards and have five of them selected by members of the audience. The magician does not view this selection process as his back is turned away during all this. The cards are replaced and the pack shuffled. A spectator is asked to place the cards in five rows of five cards each on an unprepared stand or easel or display board. (When performing this close-up or at a party situation the cards may be placed on the table surface, rather than using an easel.) Note: The cards may be placed in any order, on any row, either face...

2015 / 6 / 7
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Stephen Tucker
This, That and the Other by Stephen Tucker

This is a miracle trick from the fertile, inventive and, dare we say, dangerous mind of Stephen Tucker.

You have three red-backed cards: two cards marked THIS one card with the word THAT. All you have to do is keep your eye on THAT but most of the time you get THAT wrong and it is THIS and when you get THIS and THAT wrong suddenly the back of THIS turns blue!

At the end of the routine you deal the three cards down on to the table and a new card appears bearing the word OTHER. So you have to explain as you deal the cards that to do this trick properly you will need THIS, THAT and a bit...

2015 / 6 / 7
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Jon Racherbaumer
Criss-Crossings: Unleashing the X-Force by Jon Racherbaumer

This is an interesting study of the X-Force and variations thereof only the way Jon Racherbaumer can do it. The X-Force is the simplest force that every magician has learned to do at one point in their life. Jon dissects the X-Force or Criss-Cross Force and then puts it back together in different and new ways. This is fodder for those that want to go into the fine and nuanced details of performing this force.

  • Introduction
  • Drilling Down
  • A Little History of the X-Force
  • Layered-Cross-Cut Force
  • First Method
  • Second Method – Layered Double-Cross
  • Two Cuts Are Better Than One
  • Three Free...
2015 / 6 / 2
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