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Troels Holm & Tommy Wonder
Squeeze by Troels Holm & Tommy Wonder

Squeeze is a wonderful effect created by Tommy Wonder. A regular deck of cards is 'squeezed' into a miniture case. It is an incredibly visual effect and was published in the first volume of the Books Of Wonder on page 149.

The biggest problem with this effect is to prepare and build the props. In order to remove the time consuming design work Troels Holm has created the necessary drawings. These sheets make it easy for you to produce all the special items needed for this trick. However, keep in mind that even with these PDFs there is still a significant amount of work left to build all props and prepare...

2010 / 2 / 10
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Andrew Loh
Collectors Card Case by Andrew Loh

This is Andrew's handling of Roy Walton’s “The Collectors” plot. If you are familiar with his original plot, here, the magic moment takes place in the card case and it has served Andrew well over the years. He developed this handling while he was playing a number of “The Collectors” effects during the afternoon in the year of 2006.

Effect: The performer places three Kings in the card case. The performer then proceeds to have two spectators to freely choose two cards from the deck. The two selections are signed and lost in the deck. The performer waves his hand over the card case...

2010 / 2 / 8
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Andrew Loh
Divide & Conjure by Andrew Loh

Spectator Cuts the Aces with a truly different twist. It's very easy to do and highly entertaining...The four kings magically assemble to a single pile only to transform into four separate spectator selections!

"This is an excellent trick! One of your best yet!" - Peter Duffie

"I like 'Divide & Conjure' very much because it is easy and direct to the point; these are the effects that I favor. Keep up the good work!" - Aldo Colombini

"Andrew has another clever e-trick that is very, very good and easy to do." - Cameron Francis

1st edition 2010; 8 pages
2010 / 2 / 8
$11

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Andrew Loh
Lord of the Rings by Andrew Loh
"This has an excellent presentation, making it a wonderfully entertaining card routine." - Peter Duffie

"Lord of the Rings effect was very sound, the moves routined into each other perfectly. The presentation for that effect was truly a wonderful idea! You took what would be just another card trick and made it a real joy to present." - Shannon Clark

Four cards are freely selected which represent the evil rings. Performer claims that among the four cards, only one card will represent the genuine ring and the performer attempts to mix the cards randomly in order to find out which card represents...
2010 / 2 / 8
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Martin Adams
Poker Face by Martin Adams
"Martin has taken an age old principle and finessed it into a modern and slick effect. Perfect to carry in your wallet." - Ben Harris
Have a spectator to think any playing card. Now you are able to reveal their freely thought of card in seconds. Poker Face comes with four routine ideas and the instructions for all the necessary gimmicks that you need to perform this miracle.

You can turn this into a prediction effect and you'll be able to predict their freely thought of card. You can always carry it with you.

Keypoints to remember:

  • very easy to perform
  • 100% accurate every time
  • no sleight...
2010 / 2 / 8
$22.50

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Aldo Colombini
A Cut Deeper by Aldo Colombini

This is an ebook of card effects for the magician who's looking for strong impromptu card magic. It contains twenty-five new routines with just a regular deck of cards and as mentioned before, strictly impromptu.

Contributors: John Bragoli, Stephen Clark, Aldo Colombini, Tom Daugherty, Ken de Courcy, Paul Gordon, Tom Hubbard, Joe Hustler, Stewart James, Kinos, Paul Marcus, Max Maven, Peter Rees, Joe Riding, John Yeager.

1st edition 2008; 18 pages

2010 / 2 / 3
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Aldo Colombini
A Cut Above The Rest by Aldo Colombini

35 new routines totally impromptu, with no set-ups or difficult sleight of hand used, and all the routines require just a regular deck of cards and all of them are very easy to do.

Contributors: Jack Avis, Gene Castillon, Aldo Colombini, Peter Duffie, Karl Fulves, Mike Gancia, Paul Gordon, Marty Kane, Ryan Matney, Werner Miller, Reinhard Müller, Robin Robertson, Roy Walton.

1st edition 2007; 24 pages

2010 / 2 / 3
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Cameron Francis
Moment's Notice 2 by Cameron Francis
"Moment's Notice contained a superb collection of impromptu card effects. In this second volume, Cameron has done it again ... in fact, this second volume might even be better than the first, if that is at all possible!" - Peter Duffie

"This is the kind of material I like, not the difficult to do and with the EFFECT in mind!" - Aldo Colombini

"Cameron's material from the Moment's Notice series makes me want to go for a swim in Antarctica. It's that freakin hot!" - Donny Orbit

"I didn't want Moment's Notice 1 to end. This one picks up perfectly where the last left of. Filled with brilliantly commercial impromptu effect...

2010 / 1 / 26
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David Britland
Deckade by David Britland

It is a collection of 7 strong card effects by David Britland. You will find various effect themes from oil and water to sandwich, and from elevator to a whole lot of twisting.

1st edition 1983, original 20 pages; PDF 25 pages.

Table of Contents

  1. Disco
  2. High Rise
  3. O + W
  4. Nautilace
  5. - All Around Twist
  6. - With 4
  7. - The Interlock Twist
  8. - The Double Twist
  9. Jackrobats
  10. Sandswitch
2010 / 1 / 25
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David Britland
Master of the Game by David Britland

Master of the Game is an amazing poker prediction which can be performed totally impromptu, with a spectator shuffled deck and with essentially no sleight-of-hand unless you consider crimping a card sleight-of-hand.

Imagine the following. A spectator shuffles an ordinary deck, perhaps his own. The performer tells of a strange dream in which he and the spectator played a simple game of cards. Furthermore, the performer has set down the details of the dream on a slip of paper which is sealed inside and envelope. The envelope is placed on the table where it remains for the rest of the routine. ...

2010 / 1 / 25
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Andrew Loh
Jacks Union: a visual sandwich card effect by Andrew Loh

Effect:
Two red Jacks are placed on the table. A card is freely selected and signed before it is lost in the deck. One of the Jacks is placed on top of the deck and the other on the bottom of the deck. The magician waves his hand over the deck, magically, the first Jack vanishes and upon flipping over the deck, the second Jack seems to have vanished, too. The deck is spread and a face-down card is trapped in between the Jacks and this proves to be the spectator's selection.

1st edition 2010; 5 pages.

2010 / 1 / 25
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Lybrary.com
KardKoating: playing card coating by Lybrary.com

You will get a 4 oz (118 ml) bottle of genuine playing card coating. This is the real stuff. This coating is used by the biggest playing card manufacturers. It produces a wonderfully smooth and slick surface. The cards will fan and shuffle perfectly. The bottle has a flip top that makes dispensing a brease. You will be able to coat at least 50 sheets (front and back) with one bottle.

I have tried and tested many other ways to coat playing cards but none even comes close to this coating. This is real playing card coating. Anything else is a bad substitute.

This coating is a chemical and...

2010 / 1 / 21
$45

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Peter Duffie
VapoRise by Peter Duffie
"Power-Trip Sparkling, Turbulence Brilliant and VapoRise Amazing. Three excellent card tricks. Well done - keep up the good work." - Thomas Connelly (UK)
You offer to present a magic show using seven cards. You show an Ace, Two, Three and Four plus three Jokers. The A 2 3 & 4 are the performers. The Ace, you say, is the lightest card because it has the least ink on it, whereas the Four is the heaviest. The lightest card — the Ace — is placed into the Joker packet and it instantly rises to the top. You now add the Two to the Ace and place both cards into the Joker packet — both cards...
2010 / 1 / 16
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Roberto Giobbi
Testament de Jérome Sharp: An Analytical Essay on the Card Magic in the Book by Roberto Giobbi

Le testament de Jérome Sharp was the third of a series of five books where Henri Decremps (1746-1826), a Frenchman who had studied law, physics and music, would expose the secrets of Italian conjuror Giuseppe Pinetti (1750-1800) as the result of a challenge. The most famous book of the series is La Magie Blanche Dévoilée (1784).

Le testament de Jérome Sharp is the book that contains by far the largest section devoted to card magic. Several facts make this book of outstanding interest to the students of card magic. First, the section devoted to cards is quite large and more comprehensive than any other...

2010 / 1 / 13
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Barry Ray
Easy Diary by Barry Ray

As the title suggests, a simple diary trick. A spectator names any date in the year and you hand them a diary. As they look up their date in your diary you produce the very card that is written alongside their chosen date! And at the basic level, you don't even have to know what the card is! It can be a different card every time.

The ebook contains several presentations, reveals, how to set this up on your iPod, mobile phone or paper diary and a chart showing the position of all the cards for 366 days.

1st edition 2010; 13 pages.

2010 / 1 / 8
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Cameron Francis & Liam Montier
Released by Cameron Francis & Liam Montier

Released is a brand new e-book of card magic that was created by professional magicians Cameron Francis and Liam Montier. If magic were wrestling, these guys would be the Legion of Doom.

Between them, these two whacky chaps have had more than a staggering 12 DVDs and released numerous effects and publications. Both have been hailed for fresh thinking, commercial material, strong effects and plots and simplicity of handling, and taste in shoes.

Now comes their first ever joint effort, which contains 10 brand new and sparkling routines, all designed for practical use.

Included within...

2010 / 1 / 8
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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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(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
$6

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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
$6

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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
$6

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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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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
$6

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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
$4

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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
$6

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