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Sub Rosa 16Werner Miller
A mix of tricks based on math with cards, ESP cards, and various other designs. Included are print ready templates for several of the tricks explained. For lovers of magic squares you will find interesting ideas of how to use magic squares as predictions and forcing tools.
1st edition 2020, 34 pages.
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FillersPaul A. Lelekis
These very important effects are the "filling" for a successful show. Combine Paul's e-books, Openers and Closers I, II, and III to complete your knowledge of creating a truly audience-pleasing show. This is very important!
In my Openers and Closers series of e-books, I explored the powerful "openers" needed to set the stage, and the "closers" needed to close the show and thrill them. But ... in between, the magic is still very, very important.
SENSE OF SMELL - A shuffled deck is magically divided into piles, one all red and the other all black ... but the red selection is found in the middle of the black pile,...
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100 Card Trick One-Liner JokesWolfgang Riebe
The most popular magic tricks amongst magicians are card tricks, yet there are few jokes and sayings that cover those ‘quiet’ moments between tricks and moves. Here you will find many. What about just adding some comedy entertainment to your next card trick? Looking for the right quick one-line joke - you should find one, or many more here.
1st edition 2020, PDF 15 pages.
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Speeding BulletsJon Racherbaumer
A survey of the seven-card assembly.
This ebook is a survey of the Seven-Card Assembly, a subcategory of Ace Assembly. Its name due to the number (7) of principal cards used, which makes it different from other Ace Assemblies. Standard versions use sixteen cards - four Aces and twelve X-cards - and when the preliminary layout is made, the Aces are dealt into a T-formation and three X-cards are placed onto each Ace. In a Seven-Card Assembly three X-cards are added onto only three of the Aces. The Leader Ace lies alone. This reduces the duration it takes to set the stage. Then the four Aces...
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Further MoreJon Racherbaumer
This manuscript is an exploration of the origin and evolution of one of the most dependable, commercial, and semiautomatic card tricks extant. Even its name is unusual and memorable - "Further Than That"
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Himber HappeningIan Baxter
From Ian Baxter, a breathtaking new approach to Al Koran's classic Five Star Prediction. The effect is as straightforward as could be expected: A prediction removed from a wallet and handed to a spectator, matches a freely chosen card from a shuffled deck.
"A significant improvement with a radical new use for the Himber Wallet. Very clever thinking indeed. Perfect!" - David Jones
1st edition 2020, PDF 6 pages.
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ImpossibleHugh Miller & Divado
A fantastic card routine for all kinds of audience that will please and satisfy both seasoned magicians and those fairly new to the Art.
The magician takes 10 cards from the deck, 5 red and 5 black, of the same value (let's say from the...
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Dainty DeceptionsMariano Palhinha
Mariano Palhinha, famous for his manipulative magic, here reveals his favorite effects--many of which rely on subtlety instead of difficult sleights. Primarily card miracles, one or more should easily find a place in your repertoire.
From the introduction by B. W. McCarron:
I urge you to pay particular attention to the author's 'With the Chameleons' — a two-deck miracle that features a double color change of the card backs. And then, to top it off, the two decks themselves exchange places on the table!
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Moment's Notice LiveCameron Francis
Five totally impromptu card effects.
Released back in 2009, the original Moment's Notice kicked off what became a wildly successful series of impromptu card magic ebooks. Over the years, Cameron has revisited the material from the first booklet and made significant improvements. Now, for the first time on video, comes a collection of all five of the original effects, featuring brand new handlings and, in a couple of cases, completely re-imagined plots that look almost nothing like the ones from the ebook.
This is first rate impromptu card magic that's easy to do, and guaranteed to blow minds.
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A Comparison of the Gravatt and Hugard Encyclopedias of Card MagicWilliam B. Rugh
This work compares the contents of Jean Hugard's Encyclopedia of Card Tricks, Encyclopedia of Self-Working Card Tricks, and The Second Encyclopedia of Card Tricks by Glenn G. Gravatt, to see which effects and discussions were kept, altered, or deleted by Hugard. It will also identify those effects added by Hugard.
1st edition 2020, PDF 19 pages.
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Hummer's Great DiscoveryBob Hummer
A spectator secretly counts off any number of cards, selects one and mixes it in the packet, which you now take for the first time. You mix them some more, and then she deals them face down, alternately to you and herself. She continues dealing until she is left holding just one card. She turns it over and - it's her selected one!
May be repeated as often as desired. No sleight of hand, markings, duplicates or guess work. Work it with a borrowed deck. Highly endorsed by Le Paul, Carl Lyle, Frazee, Lu Brent, and others.
Only in this revised and expanded edition do you not only get three...
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Ablest ExchangeAbhinav Bothra
Two eye-popping 2 card transpositions using Ablest Change.
1st edition 2020, length 5:30
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Dyad TrilogyAbhinav Bothra
3 gimmickless in-hand card tricks.
AMBIENCE // A multi utility card move that can be used both as a control to the top or as a reversal at the bottom.
DYAD // An in-hand Card At Any Number.
DYAD 2.0 // An in-hand two card transposition ending with a surreal ending.
DYAD 3.0 // An unusual card trick based on the idea of an in-hand triumph with a colour changing deck finale.
Honest Note :: Each of the 3 clips in the demo video was shot in one single take to let you see how it'll look in real time.
1st edition 2020, length 20 min
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Dyad 2.0Abhinav Bothra
An in-hand two card transposition with a surreal ending.
In the demo video I am simply using two cards, these can very well be selected (forced) cards, the explanation video has a couple of methods for it. In this download you'll also learn the Ambience Control. It is an essential move for the in-hand two card transposition.
1st edition 2020, length 13 min
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Who can predict where in the deck someone will shuffle their card, to the specifics, e.g. a certain number of cards down into the deck? Even creepier would be if it relates to something you uttered beforehand as if it made it happen.
Imagine this. You mention a scenario where they are 2 or 3 off guessing the amount of candies in a jar. Then the spectator thinks of any card, shuffles the deck they're holding, then finds that card 2 or 3 off from your written prediction just like the candy scenario. The only other outcomes would be if it's just 1 off or dead-on, but you're covered there too...
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Super Session #10: All That Jazz - Face Up Jazz AcesGregg Webb
The following effect, "All That Jazz," was first published in Gregg Webb's underground magic newsletter, FEEN-X in 2000.
1st edition 2020, 4 pages.
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Super Session #8: Five Card PhlugelheimerGregg Webb
The featured effect, "Five Card Phlugelheimer," enables you to walk among your audience and allow five people to mentally select five cards from a deck:
1st edition 2020, 5 pages.
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If you love sleight of hand and if you want to do a creative routine in card magic, then this is the perfect four ace transposition routine for you. It requires you to be able to do the Elmsley Count and the Classic Palm.
This routine has been inspired by esteemed magicians like Larry Jennings, Dani Da Ortiz and Bebel. What sets this routine apart from others is that it employs only sleight of hand and no gimmicks whatsoever. I have performed this routine in many shows. It is a visual treat for the audience for its kicker ending which includes card from box. You will be very happy to see...
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Pigment and Pixel 2Abhinav Bothra
Pigment & Pixel 2.0 has two marking systems designed for the standard Bicycle Rider Back. Both the marking systems are based on something that you've been seeing since your childhood hence it is almost impossible to forget. One of the marking systems is small and while the other is big, so you're covered of either kind of eyesight.
Note : This download consists of only the marking systems and does not come with any tricks with a marked deck.
1st edition 2020, 9 pages.
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Mickey's Five of a KindMichael MacDougall
A compilation of five impossible to find card magic manuscripts of the 1920s and 1930s from the self-styled Gambling Detective. These manuscripts originally cost the equivalent of $120 when first released. Now, in this compilation, they are available for less than the price of a fast food lunch.
You get Mickey's Favorite four Ace Routine: The four Aces are placed face up on the table, then three indifferent cards are placed on the top of each ace. After one pile is shown to actually contain an ace and three indifferent cards, the four cards are shown again, back and front, and the ace has...
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Inferno: Hole Card SwitchBrick Tilley
During the 1970's Dai Vernon demonstrated this around the Magic Castle to anyone who was interested. He was quite fond of it. It is a neat, highly deceptive, practical hole card switch using natural actions, something he highly favored.
1st edition 2020, PDF 4 pages, video 12s.
$10to wish list
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Lazing: Lazy Man's Card TrickJon Racherbaumer
This compilation, like my others, my goal is to discover the "bits and pieces" and in this particular case, to partially answer how and why The Lazy Man's Card Trick came into being?
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MINT III UnauthorizedEdward Marlo & Wesley James
Beyond the Eight major pieces of material, not to mention sleights and subtleties, that have remained unavailable since the 20-year run of the New Tops ended, Wesley James has completed the task of fulfilling Ed Marlo's expressed wishes, keeping his material available "for the guys."
If the long-unavailable Marlo items were all Wesley compiled, this would be an important contribution to the literature of card magic. As tribute to Ed, Wesley wanted this volume to offer more. So, he added clarifications and corrections - both logical and grammatic - plus his own personal Notes. Some of those Notes...
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Sandu Writes AgainPaul Stadelman
Written by a past master at the art of misdirection, many of the effects are off the beaten path, revealing the original and creative mind of the author. Here's what magical inventor R. W. Hull had to say about a few of Sandu's original mysteries:
In "So Simple" is a mystery that has baffled the brightest minds who've seen it, when you're able to tell how many cards a spectator has cut from a shuffled deck.
"The Sequence of Suits" can be made into a dandy "betcha" stunt and becomes more fun the more times it is repeated.
"Sandu's Prognostication" is something a little different. It is a delightful...
$8to wish list