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The Next Best Trick of the YearTom Phoenix
Do a color change, while the card is on fire!
This is a really nice color change, with the added touch of changing a burning card into a different burning card. Included is a method to make the first card travel from the deck, into the box. The change will take some practice, as it uses some un-orthodox moves, but is well within the skill of the average card handler.
1st edition 2016, length 10 minutes.
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Fifteen Kinks BundledIan Baxter
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A Further Five KinksIan Baxter
Ian delights in finding forgotten gems in classical card literature, which he then refines and updates for modern day audiences. In this manuscript, you will find a further five effects which have received Ian's careful study and are sure to delight both you and your spectators.
In Miraskill Detour Ian has taken the classic Miraskill and turned it into a totally impromptu and self working mystery, while in the process managing to streamline the procedure and still maintain the strong impact of the original routine.
MBJ Echo is a re-working of an old Henry Christ trick, simple both in effect...
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A Call To PalmsWesley James
When Wesley James publishes a new book, you know you've got to have it, especially when it focuses on the single most powerful weapon in the arsenal of card magic, Palming. Whether you've always wanted to Palm cards, only Palm occasionally or are experienced and looking for exciting new applications, this volume will fill you with joy. If you're a novice, it will make developing Palming skill easier than ever. If you already Palm frequently, you'll think you've found heaven.
Dr. James has packed these 245+ pages, a masterwork on Palming, a gold mine for those experienced in card technique....
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Box'ing is a principle that allows us to reveal a spectator's selection using a card box.
You show an empty card box and a deck of cards and hand them both to a spectator. They select a card and bury it back into the deck. Now you say that you are going to find their card using the card box. You then take the box and shake it. They hear nothing. Now you slowly tap the box on the deck and gradually a rattling sound is heard from silence which suggests that something appeared inside. Now they open the box and find a corner of a card there. Now the spectator removes their selected...
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My Favorite Card TricksHarry Lorayne
From the Foreword:
I sat down and described, in detail, fifteen of my favorite effects and routines with ordinary cards. Effects that you can do anywhere, any time, with any deck and under almost any conditions. Of the fifteen, only four begin with the standard "pick a card" opening.
I've used the same format as I used in Close-Up Card Magic and Personal Secrets - that is, I've gone directly into the method and presentation in most cases. And - since I usually write an effect in one sitting, I most often come up with a thought or two after it is written. Therefore - the "Afterthoughts." Don't overlook...
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The Universal Card ExpandedJon Racherbaumer
More than 40 years ago Jon Racherbaumer wrote a book on the Universal Card plot introduced by Karl Fulves. This is an updated and expanded version.
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Triple PlayPaul A. Lelekis
Two monster card routines and an exposé and a video of Paul performing and explaining the Bluff Pass in detail! Paul has the very best rendition of The Bluff Pass that never fails - even when you perform it for magicians.
1) KING PEN - Venture into a magical card adventure with the Notorious X card...a hardened criminal. He escapes prison but the two red King Guards chase him down and return him to prison. This routine is a lot of fun to perform and you will learn some cool sleights and displays that are very little-known but are extremely deceptive.
2) PARALLEL UNIVERSE - This effect...
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Eddie's Dumbfounders with CardsEddie Joseph
No skill - no sleights - no moves
From the introduction:
Now comes the question — Why bring all this in here? Merely to stress a point. ANY TRICK WILL BE CONSIDERED AN APPARENT MIRACLE WHEN THE CAUSE EVADES US. Pages and pages have been written in an attempt to define Magic. I will give it to you in FIVE words, "THE ART OF CONCEALING THE CAUSE". The better you are able to conceal the...
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Linked and InsideRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
You punch a hole thru the corner of two signed playing cards. You clearly show both sides of the playing cards and instantly link them together! But that's not enough. You tear off one corner and make it vanish only to appear inside of the signed playing card while the spectator holds the cards in his hands! The corner matches perfectly. Give the cards away as a Souvenir. They will find nothing. Perform it close up and stand up. The gimmick is easy to build.
1st edition 2016, length 27 min
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Rise Up is a rising card effect that uses a small gimmick that can be constructed at home with available items. It is easy to construct. You have full control over the rise. Stop the rise at your wish or stop it when spectators says stop.
1st edition 2016, length 12 min.
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Card StalkingAl E. Smith
Another collection of pasteboard this-and-that crammed into 50-odd (very odd) pages pages. Actually, including titles and whatnot, there's 60-odd pages. Tricks, thoughts, subtleties and more. All specially cobbled together to tickle the palate of the discerning and infuriate the sad few who profess not to like card stuff. Nothing difficult, complicated or gimmick-strewn. A bit of fun for fun-inclined persons.
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StompRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Let someone choose a card, and then put the card back in the deck. The spectator himself can shuffle the cards, and then lay them on the ground, face down. You now claim to find the card, without your hands touching them. Now you step on the cards on the floor, and show the spectator a card, which is underneath your shoe. But It is not the card the spectator has chosen. But no problem. You step a second time on the floor, lift up your shoe, and now the card has turned into the one, chosen by the spectator!
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52.13 ACAANUnknown Mentalist
You will be able to perform the following routines by using the Klear Fate principle/technique. So you already need to know the Klear Fate process.
ACAAN is a very popular plot in card magic and card mentalism. This is a collection of 8 ACAAN routines which are very novel, entertaining and stunning but at the same time extremely easy to perform. Although some of these are not strictly ACAAN in a true sense, they appear so to the audience.
The 8 routines explained are
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The descriptions below are purposely very detailed so you have an accurate transcription of what is seen by the spectator. Note that he can genuinely shuffle the deck as he wants (overhand, riffle, hindu, etc). No sleight or secret move from the magician. No marking system. No gaff or any hidden gimmick. Only use a regular deck.
EFFECT #1: While shuffling a deck of cards, you proclaim to have a sixth sense that enables you to feel things around you without the need for seeing, hearing or touching them; like detecting pulse beats from a close distance. To prove it, you invite a spectator to...
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Let's Take A BreatherPaul A. Lelekis
This in-depth study of The Breather Crimp Card will raise your card work to new levels. Included are some Photographs plus videos of performance and explanations of 4 great sleights (Benzais Spin Out Move, Hollingworth Multiple Shift, Bernard Bilis Switch, Brother John Hamman Switch).
This is NOT a "primer" of how to use a key card...but an easy guide of "professional applications" for use of the Breather Crimp and some very strong tricks.
To begin with, Paul provides an in-depth introduction of the use of Breather Cards, different types of Breathers, patter ideas and justifications and tips on becoming...
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Deck in HandLaszlo Rothbart
From the introduction by Caryl S. Fleming:
Written, tested, performed and compiled by my good friend, Dr. Laszlo Rothbart, of Budapest, Hungary — a Doctor of Medicine — Secretary of the Circle of Hungarian Magicians — an outstanding Magician among Magicians with an ever increasing interest in all things Magic and an highly constructive mental capacity for invention, adaptation and presentation.
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Four Ace IntrosKen de Courcy
From the introduction:
The Four Ace Trick is deservedly popular. There are many versions, from the semi-automatic to the almost impossible finger-flinging variety, so it's within the scope of every performer. It starts, necessarily, with the abstraction of the four Aces. One can simply run through the pack, locate them and toss them out. Or, if you want considerably more impact, you can produce them magically. That's what this is all about ... producing the Aces in an interesting way as a lead-in to whatever Four Ace Trick you normally do. Here, you'll find both easy and more complicated...
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The Gambler's Palm RevisitedDaniel MacMillan
This manuscript contains card switches, palming, side steals, palm replacement, and other sleights using the gambler’s palm. More advanced items are also included such as palming during a tabled riffle shuffle and the one hand turn over switch that was used in the movie Shade.
This is the second edition of Daniel MacMillan's book The Gambler's Palm Revisited. The first edition was published in 1977. Daniel subsequently published several items in various publications by Ken Simmons. In 1999, Ken Simmons published the second edition of The Gambler's Palm Revisited. This second edition included...
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Potpourri: A Collection of Impromptu Sleightless Mathematical TricksNick Conticello
Author and collector Doug Edwards said:
"I know a good trick when I see one, and KNOW-ALL NEALE is a good trick! It's impromptu and direct. And I like A COUNT, A BILL as well. The divination of the three digits comes as a complete surprise. Two real winners."
Tarbell Course contributor Nick Conticello returns with a new selection of close-up magic designed to be performed for small groups of friends or acquaintances.
1. Know-All Neale: 3 coin divination with fourth coin kicker
2. A Count, A Bill: Based on "It's the Principle " (Bob Longe, Sept. 2001 Linking Ring) with bill used...
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Playing CanastaJon Racherbaumer
The presentations in this manuscript are homage to the nonmanipulative, off-the-cuff approach taken by Chan Canasta.
The material is stuff Jon has published elsewhere, mostly piecemeal. The thrust of the ebook, though, is how these effects are PRESENTED in a CANASTA WAY. This then is its organizing principle. It is basically designed to demonstrate Canasta's approach. The material is easy and commercial.
1st edition 2016, 25 pages.
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Automat Card RoutineUlysses Frederick Grant
The following is a complete card routine created by U.F. Grant a long, long time ago. You will find it mysterious, entertaining and practically unknown by modern generations.
EFFECT: A series of bewildering effects with a deck of cards shuffled by spectators.
1. A deck of cards is shuffled by spectators. A card is chosen and returned to the deck. Performer puts cards in trouser pocket and spells the name of the chosen card. The last card results to be the chosen one.
2. A spectator now chooses another card. The deck is cut. Tell the spectators that you have X-ray eyes and can see...
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Duffie's Card CompulsionsPeter Duffie
This is an electronic facsimile of the deluxe edition of Duffie's Card Compulsions that was published by Richard Kaufman. Illustrated by Joseph K. Schmidt with an introduction by Roy Walton. Besides the wonderful card magic you will also find artful drawings of sparsely clad ladies. And let's be honest folks, this is the real reason you should buy this ebook.
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David Devlin has floored everyone he has shown this incredible effect. Even members of his family were nailed. This is an amazing piece of mental magic. Based on an array of different effects and principles, this is certain to go into your working repertoire. It is self-working and can even be performed impromptu (at least the majority of the effect can be performed impromptu)!
The effect is this: A deck is shuffled, and two predictions are made on the backs of two business cards. One is a number and the other is the name of a playing card. Two spectators deal cards in turn until they each...
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