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Brick Tilley
Inferno: Hole Card Switch by Brick 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.

2020 / 2 / 16
$10

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Peter Duffie
Insta Reverse by Peter Duffie

Reverse a couple of cards during a cut. (Also part of Move Mastery 2.)

runtime: 6min 52s

2010 / 4 / 25
$4

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Allan Ackerman
Instant Ace Revelation by Allan Ackerman

This visual and simple ace display was worked out by Lee Asher, Darin Martineau and Allan Ackerman.

runtime: 2min

2009 / 5 / 12
$2.50

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Peter Duffie
Invisible Card by Peter Duffie

While you deal a card to the table it vanishes. You then spell to the card in the deck. (Also part of Move Mastery 2.)

runtime: 5min 51s

2010 / 4 / 25
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Allan Ackerman
Ireland's False Count by Allan Ackerman

This count deceives both the eyes and the ears.

runtime: 1min 18s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Allan Ackerman
Ireland's Red Black Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

This is an overhand shuffle that allows you to retain cards in their respective half. Say you have all black cards in the top half of the deck and all red cards in the bottom half of the deck. This shuffle will keep all the red and black cards together. But it is not a complete false shuffle, because each half by itself is shuffled. This is a very useful move for effects like Out Of This World, Oil and Water, and other others.

runtime: 1min 21s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Wesley James
It's Your Deal by Wesley James

The most comprehensive book on False Deals ever conceived is now available. Written by one of the greatest living False Deal experts and performers; Wesley James is also one of the most detail focused writers in magic's long history.

This is the third book in the Wesley James "Technique Mastery" series, which currently includes A Call to Palms, Neo-Shufflogica and, now, It's Your Deal. Planned future volumes include I'll Pass and Cooler than Ever.

If you think you know all about False Dealing, you're almost certainly mistaken; Bottoms, Seconds and Middles just scratch the surface. No one volume could be fully comprehensive...

2018 / 6 / 30
$60

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Allan Ackerman
Jennings Add On by Allan Ackerman

Another beautiful switch attributed to Larry Jennings and Ken Krenzel.

runtime: 1min 33s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Allan Ackerman
Jiminy Cricket Count by Allan Ackerman

This is a 2-4-4 count developed by Ed Marlo. You show two cards at the same time, table them and then show the remaining two cards, all while you hide two of the four cards.

runtime: 49s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Allan Ackerman
Jordan Count by Allan Ackerman

The Jordan Count, developed by Charles Jordan, interfaces nicely with the Elmsley Count, because after the Jordan Count you are setup to do an Elmsley Count and vice versa, after an Elmsley Count you can do a Jordan Count without any adjustment, always hiding one card.

runtim: 1min 34s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Fred Kaps
Kaps on Kards by Fred Kaps

Sixteen moves and card bits by Fred Kaps on video and also explained briefly in text.

  1. A Flourish and a Pass
  2. Square-Up Pass
  3. Lap Dissolve
  4. Shuffle Turnover
  5. Snap-Out False Cut
  6. Spin Flourish False Cut
  7. Crimped Packet False Cut
  8. Swivel Palm
  9. Hugard Top Palm
  10. Goblet Reach Palm
  11. Bottom Glimpse
  12. Snap Change ("Single" Card)
  13. Snap Change (On Face of Deck)
  14. Fadeaway Card Change
  15. Aces Up!
  16. Cutting to Aces
[Note: The video is silent (no audio track).]

Similar product from Fred Kaps but on coins is: Kaps on Coins.

PDF 6 pages, video length 15 minutes

2013 / 4 / 9
$10

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Allan Ackerman
Keep Jog While Dribbling by Allan Ackerman

A jogged card can be seen by a spectator if the pack is placed on the table. Allan teaches you how to use a dribble to disguise the jog, but at the same time allows you to maintain the jogged card.

runtime: 54s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Kick Count To Crimp by Allan Ackerman

Use a Kick Count to crimp a peeked at card.

runtime: 53s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Klaus Breakout Display by Allan Ackerman

This is a wonderful Roger Klause idea to openly display a deck merely resting on your fingers while maintaining a break.

runtime: 59s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Allan Ackerman
Klause Overhand False Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

This is a wonderfully convincing because visual false overhand shuffle developed by Roger Klause.

length 1min 14s

2009 / 5 / 13
$2.50

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Scott F. Guinn
Knuckle Massaging Card Techniques by Scott F. Guinn

This photo-illustrated ebook contains two powerful utility sleights that are easy to do and naturally motivated:

  1. The Automatic Bottom Palm is a completely covered, completely automatic palm that anyone can do. If you've been afraid of palming, this is the move for you!
  2. The Spread Turnover Switch is a utility switch that allows you to openly and naturally swap a card or cards for a completely different card or cards. Switch four indifferent cards for four aces, cleanly and naturally. The best part: It's EASY!

1st edition 2010; 16 pages.

2010 / 8 / 16
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Allan Ackerman
Kosy Cut by Allan Ackerman

This is a fancy multi-packet false cut.

runtime: 2min 44s

2009 / 5 / 12
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Alexander de Cova
Lager Switch by Alexander de Cova

This has nothing to do with Lager Beer, but a lot with David Regal. REGAL read backwards is LAGER and that's where the name comes from. David's excellent "Clarity Box" that he marketed was the inspiration, in fact I actually use his box in this video (although you could use any container or suitable drinking glass).

This is my handling with the UNPREPARED crystal box, acchieving the same result: a folded card, which has been in full view inside the box is switched out for a signed card. This is a no-frill switch for the worker with a heavy rentention of vision aspect to it.

Of course, it could be...

2014 / 4 / 12
$6.50

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Allan Ackerman
Lap Card Switch by Allan Ackerman

Combine a palm and a lap to switch out a card.

runtime: 1min 8s

2009 / 5 / 13
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Steven Youell
Learning to Palm Cards by Steven Youell

Steven teaches how to achieve a natural looking hand while a card is being palmed. You will learn Dai Vernon's Topping the Pack.

runtime 14min 24s

2011 / 1 / 4
$4

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Peter Duffie
LePaul Second Deal by Peter Duffie

Peter uses the LePaul second as a replacement for a top change or a double lift. (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)

runtime: 6min 23s

2010 / 4 / 25
$4

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Daniel Madison
Lethal by Daniel Madison

Here you will learn some of the most 'lethal' and must stunning card flourishes ever invented. XCM (eXtreme Card Manipulation) at its best.

The debut DVD from underground magician Daniel Madison, originally released in 2006 on Halloween to a highly anticipating audience is now also available as video download. Packed with 26 flourishes, Lethal teaches Daniel's concepts for playing card manipulation and cardistry.

Flourishes taught:

  • Symphony
  • Cylinder
  • Dead Revolution
  • Sleeper
  • Bicycle
  • Symphony Run One
  • Symphony Run Two
  • Cylinder Run One
  • Cylinder Run Two
  • Delinquent
  • Diabolique
  • Dropsyble ...
2010 / 10 / 5
$15

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Jon Racherbaumer
Lipstick Traces by Jon Racherbaumer

Racherbaumer thinks that the greatest sleight of the 20th-century is the Double Lift Turnover. If we consider the scores of different ways to lift, turn, toss, propel, flip, rotate, and spin two cards as oneā€”not to mention ways of getting ready, gripping, insuring alignment, and unloading, then this is certainly a pretty valid move to pick as the most important sleight. At the minimum Racherbaumer has me convinced.

In this ebook Jon collects ways to finesse the move and also traces its historical development. I am pretty sure you are using probably several times a double lift turnover somewhere...

2011 / 2 / 1
$5

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Allan Ackerman
Little Finger Break by Allan Ackerman

Holding a little finger break is probably the most basic and important technique to master in card magic. Allan teaches you how to make this break invisible.

runtime: 1min 54s

2009 / 5 / 12
$2.50

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Allan Ackerman
Little Noise for Double Lift by Allan Ackerman

This is a little convincing noise that you can add to a double lift to subtlely underscore that it is only one card.

runtime: 42s

2009 / 5 / 12
$1.50

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