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R. Shane
Impossible Matters by R. Shane

These are two very interesting self-working effects, both based on topological principles. You do not need to learn any math or remember a whole lot to perform these two stunning effects. (These two effects have been taken from Shane's books Automata and Pentalogy.)

Paradoxical Oddities
A packet of cards, the twenty cards making up a royal flush, is given to a spectator to shuffle. The spectator then chooses one of the values (say, for example, Jacks), and the cards mixed so that some are face up and some face down. The packet is further mixed by the spectator, eventually being divided into...

2006 / 6 / 27
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R. Shane
Cut! by R. Shane

A card routine that is murder. This ain’t your usual card trick. Anyone who knows Shane and his work knows he likes to tell stories with my magic. Old stories, new stories, morality tales, dirty jokes...it’s all brain fodder as far as he's concerned. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a shock that “Cut!” is story. But it’s a grisly little tale ending with a bloody murder. Probably not a good routine for restaurant work. But it is a good routine for those moments when you want to entertain and shock your audience a bit, and audience whose sensibilities can handle a little blood flowing...

2006 / 6 / 27
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Edward Bagshawe
Proudlock's Egg Bag and Four Ace Presentations by Edward Bagshawe

You get detailed instructions with numerous illustrations and full patter to two wonderful classic routines, the egg bag and the four aces.

27 pages.

2006 / 6 / 18
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Boris Wild
Boris Wild's Lecture by Boris Wild

Boris is probably best known for his 'Boris Wild Marked Deck', which he describes here in detail. (For the right material to prepare your Boris Wild Marked Deck please see here.) He also teaches his version of a memorized deck, which you can learn in 6 minutes, because there is a system, a formula if you will, to it. And particularly the combination of his marked deck and his memorized deck allow you to fulfill your Wild-est effects.

If that is not enough then you will also learn the Kiss Count. The Kiss Count is a new move in cardmagic. Thanks to it, you will be able to pretend you have four...

2006 / 6 / 3
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Boris Wild
FFFF Lecture 2003 by Boris Wild

The FFFF (Fechter's Finger Flicking Frolic) convention is the "Original Close-Up Magic Convention" and the most prestigious gathering of close-up magicians in the world. Since 1971 the By-Invitation-Only event continues to feature the best performers, creators and lecturers in the world. This means the very fact that one can attend this convention is a badge of honor and admission into the highest ranks of magic. Boris Wild has attended FFFF and this ebook is his lecture from 2003. As you can imagine magicians who lecture at FFFF show, teach and demonstrate their very best stuff. After all they...

2006 / 6 / 3
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Peter Duffie
Effortless Card Magic by Peter Duffie

Effortless is probably just as apropriate or misleading as self-working. It doesn't mean that these tricks don't require any effort on your side. You have to read the descriptions, remember the sequence of actions and perform the act - entertain, which in my book is neither self-working nor effortless. But what these terms try to convey is that you will not need to master difficult moves or finger breaking sleights to perform these effects. And they are very good effects. Often an 'effortless' trick can be performed to greater effect because the performer can pay more attention to audience managment,...

2006 / 5 / 21
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Joe Karson
The World's Fastest Card Trick by Joe Karson

This is the epitome of Karson's comedic talent. Other than "Zombie" this trick is often the only other thing remembered about Joe Karson. When he published this effect, Karson was riding the crest of his wave of popularity. The World's Fastest Card Trick was often a show stopper when he performed it at various magic conventions and shows.

Karson explains in this ebook the entire work on this trick. He gives the reader the presentation, the method, the patter, and most importantly, the timing. This trick literally got screams of laughter.

[For a discussion of this effect by Ken de Courcy see Ken de Courcy Discusses "The World's Fastest Card Trick".

1st edition 1948; 11 pages....

2006 / 5 / 11
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T. G. Murphy
Imagication by T. G. Murphy

T.G. not only teaches tricks and flourishes in Imagication, but he also tried to teach how to create your own sleights and magic so that you will never again be dependent on others for your card work. It is taught throughout the book.

T.G.'s Mid-Air Triple Cut is fully explained in Imagication. This has become his trademark and a benchmark for others. Over the years, this flourish has become known by many different names. There are many ways to do this flourish improperly and only one way to do it correctly. In his next book, there will be many advancements taught with this flourish and...

2006 / 5 / 4
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Peter Duffie
England Up Close by Peter Duffie

Over 70 knock-out close-up magic routines from England's Finest close-up creators. Most of the effects are new to print.

The list of contributors is long: Jon Allen, Jamie Badman, Anthony Brahams, David Britland, Sean Carpenter, Harold Cataquet, Roger Crosthwaite, Wayne Dobson, Shiv Duggal, Nicholas Einhorn, Mark Elsdon, Kevin Fox, Andi Gladwin, Brian Glover, Paul Gordon, Paul Hallas, Justin Higham, Andy Hurst, Rob James, Lewis Jones, Walt Lees, Shaun McCree, Iain Moran, Andy Nicholls, Jack Parker, Mike Rose, Al Smith, Stephen Tucker, Dominic Twose.

1st edition 2006; 173 pages.

  1. Introduction
  2. Jack Parker
  3. Trial Separation
  4. Sean Carpenter
  5. Insertion Technique
  6. Named!
  7. David Britland
  8. Progressive Jacks
  9. Stephen Tucker
  10. CAAN ...
2006 / 4 / 15
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Tom Richardson
The More the Merrier by Tom Richardson

The More the Merrier covers four different routines for the advanced card worker.

3x More Ambitious
A modern version of the classic Ambitious Card performed with three cards. The spectators will not believe their eyes as cards appear, disappear and visually change in front of their eyes. The routine also includes a Card to Pocket and a strong finish where the rest of the deck disappears - leaving only the three selected cards behind!

Catch Me If You Can
This bonus routine is thoroughly entertaining to perform and watch. Under test conditions three cards repeatedly turn face up in...

2006 / 3 / 28
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Tom Richardson
Fallout by Tom Richardson

Fallout is an impromptu and devilishly clever, mentalist’s card to pocket. The spectator chooses a card from a deck that he has shuffled, and returns the card. The magician never sees the faces of any of the cards. Yet he still manages to read the spectator’s mind and work out the name of the card. The magician reaches down into his pocket and removes the selected card.

No Forces! The spectator does almost all the work! There's only one real 'move' in the entire routine...The card can even be signed!

You will receive a manuscript explaining all aspects of the trick in high detail...

2006 / 3 / 28
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Fred Castle
Magic with Giant Cards by Fred Castle

Fred was a specialist in performing close-up, parlor and stage card tricks using jumbo cards and even giant cards. He teaches you how to do an Elmsley count, a Jordan count, a Hamman count and an Ascanio count using jumbo/giant cards. You will learn to do a number of wonderful effects, such as 'Oil and Queens', 'The Holiday Adventure', 'The James Bond Trick' and others.

Once you mastered these techniques, you can take many small packet tricks and perform them with jumbo or giant cards. I did myself the famous 'Twisting the Aces' with jumbo cards, and I developed a method to do the 'mirror...

2006 / 3 / 11
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Toby Vacher
The Shotgun by Toby Vacher

This new method of card shooting can be used to allow one card or multiple cards to be shot out of the deck with high speed and accuracy. The card even appears to be shot from the centre of the deck and can be shot in an arc in the air, be caught in the deck after shooting and many more applications, I’m sure, will be discovered by some of you.

In addition to the ebook you will get a video explanation of the shotgun move. The video is in wmv format.

Bonus “Deadly Weapons” Effect:
The magician starts out on your average pick a card trick but realises that the spectator has picked...

2006 / 3 / 7
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Toby Vacher
With Magic in Mind by Toby Vacher

This is a collection of three card effects with a Mentalist's presentation. Because of this, there are no knuckle-busting sleights or use of anything but a standard deck of cards (although one of the effects works better with a single double-backer).

Not only do you get three audience-tested, astounding effect, but you also get a video explaining the author's improved method for the cascade control and many extra tips, tricks and alternate endings. The video is in wmv format. You are taught everything you need to perform all the effects to know except the humble double lift.

You will learn...

2006 / 3 / 7
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Daniel Garcia
Blueprints by Daniel Garcia

These are Daniel Garcia's 2004 - 2005 Lecture Notes. A sell out at the 2004 LVMI Convention.

"Danny Garcia's magic is the FFFF.....it Fools you, Fries you , Freaks you out, and F**ks you up." - Chris Kenner

"How much of this material can I put on my DVD?" - Paul Harris

Contains some of Daniel's closely guarded effects that he has been performing for years: The Ego Slip - Daniel's card control that had even the best card men in magic asking for a copy of these notes. White or Wheat - A Sandwich effect that happens in the cleanest and fairest way possible. Your Personal Safe - A Coins Across routing...
2006 / 2 / 15
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Peter Duffie
Principles and Deceptions (Duffie) by Peter Duffie

An easy trip through the arithmetical principles of card magic.

This ebook covers two Rusduck principles first published in The Cardiste plus other principles from Gilbreath, Hummer & Gene Finnell. The principles are explained in easy-to-understand language, along with problems for the reader to solve with the solutions given and tricks to do. Plus notes from Roy Walton and others.

This six-part series originally appeared in Profile magazine bimonthly from April 1993 to February 1994.

There is also a bonus item in this ebook: Dave Campbell's Automatic Speller.

1st edition 1993-1994; 18 pages...

2006 / 2 / 13
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Rusduck
The Cardiste by Rusduck

"Dedicated to the Art of Cardistry" was the subtitle of this legendary cards only magazine from the late 50s. It is one of the most influential card magazines ever produced, with effects by Rusduck, Elmsley, Charles Hudson, Bill Miesel, Marlo, Kosky, Milt Kort, Ron Edwards, Max Katz, Tom Ransom, etc.

1st edition 1958-1959; 156 pages.

  1. To a Memory
    • Strictly Straight
    • Rusduck Bridge
    • Forever Royal - And Yet Again
    • Rusduck "Stay-Stack" System
  2. Zensational
    • Hocus Poker
    • Nudeck Speller
    • "Sneaky Pete" Repeat
    • An Oddity
    • S-T-R-A-I-G-H-T
    • Faro Favorites
    • Anyone for Bridge?
  3. Rusduck Four-Way Deal
    • The...
2006 / 2 / 13
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Jean Hugard
Mental Magic with Cards by Jean Hugard

This is a fine contained course in mental magic which not just describes a selection of effects, but the underlying principles as well as other aspects, such as 'The importance of showmanship'. You will learn to force cards, to use the key card principle, to mark and to prearrange, to understand the mirror principle, to work with codes and assistants, and a lot more.

Hugard is known for his excellent writing style, which is clear, accurate and engaging.

Paul Fleming wrote:

Many amateur magicians are today being bombarded with questions about the work of Joseph Dunninger, whose radio demonstrations...

2006 / 2 / 12
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Michael Close
Faro Shuffle by Michael Close

Learn the In-The-Hands Faro Shuffle

Many magicians consider the faro shuffle to be one of the toughest moves in card magic. The thought of performing consistant, perfect faros seems an impossible dream - until you read this ebook.

The ability to do perfect faro shuffles is a powerful weapon in the card magician’s arsenal of sleights. It is a genuine shuffle; the cards are truly being mixed. But it is also a controlled shuffle, meaning that the resulting order of the cards is not random. For this reason, it is an excellent adjunct to memorized deck work. Michael likes to start with a memdeck...

2006 / 1 / 27
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Doug Conn
Conn-juring by Doug Conn

Conn-juring contains professional magic developed for the real world. 42 pages, photo Illustrated.

Includes:

Flush Brush 2.1 Painting the Royal Flushes.

After-Afterburn A flaming biz-card production.

Joints 3 coin vanish / recovery.

Coin Spectacle Elbow, Knee & Neck... w/ repeat!

Plausible Presentations An essay.

One Conn's one coin flurry and thoughts on the subject.

Rab-bit (sponge) vanishes & reappears on a speks shoulder.

This Little Pinky A dissertation on the pinky count (3 routines.)

Dante's Sandwich A synergystic sandwich sequence; Elmsley's "Point of Departure" meets "The...

2006 / 1 / 18
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Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash
Colors on the March by Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

Martin has used this one at police and government lectures everywhere. It concludes with one of the most deceptive dealing demonstrations possible with a deck of cards. Available again for the first time in 25 years!

The Colors on the March act consists of five interconnected routines. The major theme of the act is that of gambling - a topic that immediately captures the interest of both men and women. Notice how the requirements of each routine are secretly attained long in advance of the routine's performance, thus making the performer always several steps ahead or his audience. Also note...

2005 / 12 / 30
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Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash
Jacks or Better by Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

One of Martin's favorite routines. This has been one of the most popular routines for Martin's lectures. It concludes with a 13 minute sandwich routine that keeps the audience continually guessing. Available again for the first time in 25 years!

To open, you begin by honestly cutting the four Aces from a shuffled pack in the fairest manner possible. This effect grabs their interest immediately and establishes you as an expert.

The red and black Aces then transpose with each other in an amazing fashion, via Martin's treatment of Dr. Daley's Last Trick. You then go into a poker dealing routine. ...

2005 / 12 / 30
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Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash
Kings Incognito by Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

Kings Incognito is one of Martin's least demanding acts, in a technical sense. The sleights required are ones that will be found in the repertoir of the average close-up magician. Any sleights that you may not presently do can be learned within a reasonable time. The most demanding sleights occur, ironically, during the introductory sequence in which nothing happens. In this prologue to the magic, Martin demonstrates several methods in which people shuffle cards. While doing so, he executes a faro shuffle (which needn't be perfect) and a push through riffle shuffle. If these shuffles are not...

2005 / 12 / 30
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Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash
Ovation by Stephen Minch & Martin A. Nash

Ovation is the card act that, for the last few years, Martin Nash reserved strictly for his use in the Close-Up Room at the Magic Castle. For a long time that was the only place one could witness it. Later he also used it for special occasions in his regular public work. This act was designed to impress and fool not only laymen but magicians and magic-wise laymen as well. Its proof of success is the many strations of seemingly unlimited card skill ever devised. It is not a self-working routine. It will take practice. But the end gives an impression far in excess of its means. Once mastered it...

2005 / 12 / 30
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Michael Sorensen
Leftovers by Michael Sorensen

Unfortunately Martin Nash and Michael Sorensen have parted ways. "Nash Reloaded" had to be removed and will not be available anymore. Michael has pulled all his personal contributions from "Nash Reloaded" into a new ebook called "Leftovers". Don't be fooled by the word 'leftovers'. So regrettable the situation between Martin and Michael is, Michael is a very skilled and creative performer in his own right.

1st edtion, 2006; 56 pages

  1. Introduction
  2. Deck Grips
  3. How to Practice
  4. The Davied Enhancement Principle

    THE EFFECTS

  5. Once Bitten
  6. The Universal Aces
  7. Pinochle Pinnacle II
  8. Fake Center Dealz ...
2005 / 12 / 20
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