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Daniel Skahen

The Magic of Tyler by Daniel Skahen

This is a colleciton of the best of Daniel Tyler's inspirations over the past five years. The first section covers effects and routines, the second section moves. You will find new ideas and variations of old classics. Overall solid commercial material.

1st edition, 2005; 125 pages.

THE EFFECTS

Counterfeit Card The best method I have ever seen or come up with for a countdown routine.

P4 – Peppermint Patty Power Puncher A cross between Torn & Restored and Healed & Sealed ... with Peppermint Patties!

Dirty Laundry The cleanest and easiest card-to-sock routine.

Lincoln’s Trick One of the...

2005 / 11 / 14
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Peter Duffie

Scotland Up Close by Peter Duffie

18 contributors offering 26 Routines, including 110 Photos! Here is the lineup: Roy Walton, Gordon Bruce, Dave Robertson, Gavin Ross, David Walsh, Peter McLanachan, Steve Hamilton, Richard James, Gary Middleton, R. Paul Wilson, George McBride, Peter Duffie, Iain Girdwood, Scotty Johnston, David Forrest, Euan Bingham, Jim Boyd, Val Le-Val.

20 of these tricks have never been in print before!

1st edition, 2005; 80 pages.

Autograph Hunter: Roy causes a spectator's signature to jump from one card to anther. You'll love this!

The Hands of a Surgeon: Gordon compels an unwitting spectator to cut to the four Aces. It's not often Gordon publishes material, so...

2005 / 10 / 16
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James Watkins

Phoenix Rising by James Watkins

This is a very well thought out and carefully described torn-and-restored card effect. Seven alternate handlings are explained, plus you get a strong bonus effect.

Effect:
A card is freely selected; the spectator signs their name on the face of the card, and the magician signs his/her name on the back. An envelope is introduced, and the spectator is asked to open it up, and remove one of the pieces of paper it contains, and to examine it if they wish. After the paper is selected, the freely chosen card is visually ripped into four pieces and wrapped up inside of the chosen piece of paper,...

2005 / 10 / 16
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Lance Ackerman

Re-Attached by Lance Ackerman

The performer takes a deck of cards, lets the spectator pick a card and gives it back. The performer then takes the card, rips it into 4 pieces and slowly, one by one, the cards morph back into place as they started out even before they were ripped. At the end of the routine, the dents are visually ironed out and, in the spectators hands, is their card - perfectly normal!

1st edition 2004; 24 pages.

2005 / 9 / 28
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Chris Wasshuber

The Ultimate Magic Square (That's Magic) by Chris Wasshuber
"I've been doing magic 40 years, and this may be one of my five favorite tricks. Excellent thinking. Hard to top." - Clyde Hayre, US.

LOVE IT! I've been looking for a trick to help promote my business and this is perfect as I trade under the name "That's Magic" - Barry Harvey, UK.

A spectator is asked to throw three fair dice (this is an absolute fair throw, or even just a mental throw - no force here). From the number fairly thrown you construct a perfect magic square. For a kicker the cards are put together and a message appears written on the cards: "That's Magic!".

You get 16 specially...

2005 / 9 / 23
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Chris Wasshuber

The Ultimate Magic Square (King of Hearts) by Chris Wasshuber
"I've been doing magic 40 years, and this may be one of my five favorite tricks. Excellent thinking. Hard to top." - Clyde Hayre, US.

A spectator is asked to throw three fair dice (this is an absolute fair throw, or even just a mental throw - no force here). From the number fairly thrown you construct a perfect magic square. For a kicker the cards are put together and the face of a King of Hearts appears.

There is no palming of cards or exchanging of decks or anything like it. You work with 16 cards and 16 cards only without any sleight-of-hand.

You get 16 specially printed cards...

2005 / 9 / 23
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Joe Artanis

Artanis Bottom Deal by Joe Artanis

It took us two years to track down a copy of these elusive instructions to the bottom deal. Gary Plants, the man with the best bottom deal alive, wrote "The Artanis bottom deal is probably the closest thing in print to the type of bottom deal that I do."

The really cool part of this ebook is that you can study the bottom deal audio-visually: hear, see and read. Artanis explains verbally how to do the bottom deal, you can study 12 photos that capture every stage of the bottom deal, and you can read a set of instructions. The electronic format allowed us to further improve the audio-visual...

2005 / 9 / 10
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Ben Morris-Rains

Ambi-ga-box by Ben Morris-Rains

An Ambitious Card routine which cleverly uses the Card Box to heighten the effect.

1st edition, 2004.

2005 / 9 / 10
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Luis Zingone

Zingone's Recorded Card Tricks by Luis Zingone

This is a wonderful item in many respects. First, these three 78 rpm records and booklet, bound in a beautiful hard cover are quite rare. I have seen copies with missing instructions or broken records. Second, Zingone was a fast and smooth professional card manipulator. Being able to hear him speak and perform tricks accompanied by his voice is a treat. And third, the six tricks taught are excellent.

You will receive a PDF that includes the instructions, photos of the original box, and six audio clips embedded in the PDF, one for each trick. (You can also download the audio clips as stand...

2005 / 9 / 10
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Moe Seidenstein

Moe's Miracles by Moe Seidenstein

Moe Seidenstein was a legendary character who baffled the magic convention attendees in the 1930s with "Moe's Move a Card" and "Think a Card," stunning effects with no possible hint as to method. Then, Moe disappeared. Now you can learn 11 of Moe's tricks - well, actually 10 because for one no method is given. Moe relies heavily on estimation. A good primer for estimation is Kato on Estimation.

11 pages.

  1. The 'Moe' Look At A Card Trick
  2. Moe's Counting
  3. Moe's Location While The Back Is Turned
  4. Moe's Riffle Behind The Back Location
  5. Another More Mental Force
  6. Moe's Spread Trick
  7. Moe's Card Riffle Over The...
2005 / 9 / 10
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Hideo Kato

Kato on Estimation by Hideo Kato

Hideo Kato was for many years a part of the brain trust of Tenyo, thinking up new and clever effects for its line of magic products. He is the creator of such well known effects like "The Wandering Hole" or "Mirror-Mate", thirteen unique inventions altogether. Kato has a particular love for the pasteboards and over the years he has developed hundreds of miracles with them. In this ebook he is sharing 13 effects with us, eleven are based on the method of estimation and two bonus tricks. Beside a little biographical sketch about Hideo Kato you will also find a short history of estimation. He also...

2005 / 9 / 10
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Zach Allen

Signed Card in Spectator's Pocket: SCISP by Zach Allen

This is a gutsy and exceptionally strong effect. Look out for this guy. He will be releasing more of his strong ideas.

1st edition, 2002.

2005 / 9 / 10
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Aldo Colombini

Mamma Mia by Aldo Colombini

Aldo Colombini has selected eighteen wonderful card effects for his first ebook. Most of these are completely new and have never been published before. Some have seen print in largely unknown periodicals. Aldo is a master in creating strong effects with little finger flinging. We also included some interesting snap shots from Aldo's magic life.

1st edition, 2002, Lybrary.com.

  1. 4' Wave
  2. Carousel
  3. Confusing Sevens
  4. Cut It Out
  5. Don't Joke Around
  6. Fire Down Below
  7. Inside Moves
  8. Investigations
  9. Narrow Margin
  10. Nowhere
  11. The Comancheros
  12. The Great Escape
  13. The Kings And I
  14. Triumphant Triumph
  15. Ultra...
2005 / 9 / 10
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George McBride

Best of Osmosis by George McBride

George McBride is one of Britain's foremost card experts and a highly respected creator of fine magic (see his chapter in Five Times Five, Kaufman). In the mid 1990's George released two manuscripts Osmosis and Osmosis 2. These were on a limited release and there will be many who have not seen these superb books.

For this e-version, George has selected his best routines from the above mentioned books. Over 30 photographs have been added for your further enjoyment.

1st edition, 1995.

Triola: Three cards are selected and lost into the deck. The two Jokers instantly catch one of the selections....

2005 / 9 / 9
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Jack Carpenter

Steve Mayhew's Angels May Shuffle But The Devil Still Deals by Jack Carpenter

Steve Mayhew has come up, with what must be the most clever application of the Gilbreath principle, or strictly speaking a principle closely related to Gilbreath's. He achieves with this idea extremely strong poker deal effects. If you are only remotely interested in poker deals, mathematical principles, or in particular the Gilbreath principle, you must read this ebook. This ebook is a reprint of his notes with the same title plus the effect "Freedom" from his lecture notes.

1st edition, 1999, Me and the Other Guy Productions.

  1. Acknowledgments
  2. Introduction
  3. The Principle
  4. Getting Ready ...
2005 / 9 / 9
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Andrew Perry

Close-up Ex-Perry-ence by Andrew Perry

Andrew Perry, or Drew as his friends call him, started out with cards and they are still his favourite genre. Therefore you will find mainly card tricks and sundry sleights in his new ebook. But there is also something with matchboxes and several interesting ideas and techniques. His one handed double lift is quite a treat.

1st edition, 2002.

  1. Introduction
  2. Foreword by Peter Duffie
  3. Impromptu Rising Card
  4. Ungimmicked Rising Matchbox
  5. Matchbox Madness
  6. The Better Bet Count
  7. Coin Monte Surprise
  8. Clip 'n' Swap
  9. Water Monte
  10. A Perfect Gambling Demonstration
  11. The Telephone Number Trick
  12. Impromptu Counting...
2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

Cardeceits by Peter Duffie

Twenty fine card tricks.

1st edition, 2003.

A Pain in the Ace: You push a selected card into the middle of the deck - it rises to the top. You push it back into the middle and flip over the top card. Unfortunately it's not the selection. It's an Ace. You - or a spectator - give the deck a fair cut to bury the face up Ace in the middle. Upon spreading the deck all four Aces are now face up together in the middle - but there's one face down card caught in the middle. This proves to be the awkward selection.

The ROLEX Gang: You remove the four Aces then place a random card between them....

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

Untold by Peter Duffie

Fifteen clever tricks with cards.

1st edition, 2002.

SEVEN DOWN: Seven Down was inspired by Ed Marlo's "Magic Seven."

DRAW POKER: This trick came about as a direct result of a conversation with Roy Walton, who had a card problem which he quickly solved and published in OPUS.

FALLING: The following routine is based on Roy Walton's superb "Cascade". Here several Jumbo cards are caused to mutate in a bizarre and visual manner. This was originally called "The Mutant Hand," but I changed the title for this ebook in view of the recently marketed Cascade variation "Mutanz" to avoid confusion with names.

GREETINGS:...

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

Card School by Peter Duffie

1st edition, 1995.

ILLUSION Versus REALITY: This is a direct and magical production of the four Aces, with two of the Aces seemingly appearing in the hands of a spectator.

THREESIGHT: A simple, but effective, prediction using the Gilbreath Principle.

IN PLACE: This simple trick is an ideal one to perform for anyone at a moment's notice. It uses what is often referred to as the Automatic Placement.

CENTRAL RESERVATIONS: This is essentially a small packet version of Paul Curry's "Power of Thought," and a possible miracle single card prediction.

TRANS-VERSE CARDS: In an attempt to cause two cards to...

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

Peter Duffie with Cards by Peter Duffie

Fifteen card tricks from the inventive Scotsman.

1st edition, 2000.

Collecstasy: Three Kings magically collect two selections......now where have I seen that plot before?

Marraid: You cut the deck four times - each time a face up King appears. You now find a random card for each King by using their suits. When these cards are turned over they prove to be the four Queens - each paired perfectly with the correct King.

Cupidea: You remove the Jack, Queen and King of Hearts and lay them in a row on the table. You place two cards on the King and Queen. A spectator selects two for the Jack....

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

Ulterior Motifs by Peter Duffie

Twenty card tricks from the inventive Scotsman.

1st edition, 1992.

THOSE ENIGMATIC ROYALS: A simple idea based on the Vernon 'Card Puzzle' and inspired by Peter Kane's 'Royal Families' from his booklet A Further Card Session, plus Roy Walton's "Split Up" from The Complete Walton, Vol.1.

A SENSE OF FREEDOM: This is based on a number prediction by Shigeo Futagawa using four pieces of cardboard (See "Stunumbers" in Karl Fulves' Self-Working Number Magic, Dover). The only weak point was that the prediction couldn't be written until an advanced stage in the proceedings. The following effect uses playing cards and there is no need to worry about the prediction because...

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

Open Secrets by Peter Duffie

Eleven card tricks from the inventive Scotsman.

1st edition, 2000.

PSYCHOGRAPHY: Before you begin, you remove a card from the deck and, without showing its face, you place it between a spectator's hands. This, you state, is a sprit photograph that has yet to be taken. You now allow another spectator a free choice of any card in the deck and have him sign his name across the face. This card is lost into the middle of the deck which you then give to a spectator. You now remove two cards from your pocket - these two cards have completely blank faces - these, you state, are the photographic...

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

New Inspirations by Peter Duffie

Twenty-one card tricks from the inventive Scotsman.

1st edition, 2000.

BACKLOG: You spread the deck with the faces upwards and invite a spectator to select any card - free choice. This is left face up on the table. You give him the deck and he now spells the name of his card - first the suit, then the value. This produces two random cards. The values of these cards are added - they might be a 3 and a 10 = 13. When the spectator turns his card over it has the number 13 boldly written on the back!

THE DETECTIVE: A spectator selects a card from a packet. Using the name of the famous fictitious...

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

N.D.E. - Near Deck Experience by Peter Duffie

Fifteen card tricks from the inventive Scotsman.

1st edition, 2000.

ACQUIESCENCE: Two spectators each lay out pairs of cards from freely shuffled packets. Despite any constraints you have accurately predicted the outcome. Miraskillesque perhaps?

THE FLEEING ACES: The four Aces travel from one half of the deck to the other and capture a previously selected card.

FOUR TO THE FORE: A spelling effect based on an Henry Christ premise. Two single Bottom Deals are required but they happen on the off-beat and a fine technique is not necessary.

MY FAIR LADY: You fail four times to find a selected...

2005 / 9 / 9
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Peter Duffie

Method in Effect by Peter Duffie

Twenty-five card tricks some of which use the extremely versatile Gilbreath principle.

1st edition, 2000.

TWO'S COMPANY: You remove the four Kings from the deck, then have two spectators each select a card. Both selections are lost into the deck. You now offer the audience a choice of Kings, the red ones or the black ones. They might opt for the red Kings. You pick these up and turn them over whereupon the first spectator's selection appears reversed between them. You place this sandwich on the table then pick up the two black Kings, which you place face up on top of the deck and give...

2005 / 9 / 9
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