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The Swami GimmickSam Dalal
This booklet is included with every sale of a swami gimmick at Sam's Funtime shop. With this digital edition you will of course not receive any swami gimmicks. But you will receive all the information about how to use one, with routine ideas and other important information of how to practice and care for your gimmick.
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Test-Conditions Ring PenetrationDevin Knight
Magic literature contains a myriad of methods for doing ring on string effects. Many of these involve clever sleights or duplicate rings. The cool thing about this method is that it does not use any gimmicked cord, duplicate rings or any type of sleights. It can even be done with a borrowed ring. The incredible thing about this method is that it is done under test conditions with your wrists tied behind your back!
The performer's wrists are tied behind his back using an examined three-foot piece of string or cord. The ends of the cord are tied to each of the performer's wrists. A spectator...
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"Brilliant T&R! One of the best I've seen!" - Tony ChrisIntroducing a wild test of a spectator's imagination...
A card is selected - say, the King of Hearts - and placed inside the card box. A second card - say, the Five of Spades - is then selected and lost in the deck (really, it's completely lost!). You ask your spectator to imagine that she's tearing off a corner of the King of Hearts. You then ask her to imagine taping that corner to the back of the Five of Spades. The magician removes the King from the box...only...
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Flat PackCameron Francis
"Flat Pack packs quite a punch!" - Stephen TuckerInspired by David Regal's "Sudden Deck" and Stephen Tucker's "Tardis Deck".
You display an unfolded card box, and clearly show it inside and out. You then proceed to fold it up, snap your fingers and slide a full deck of cards out of the box! It's that simple. It's that effective.
Flat Pack is great for close-up as well as stand-up work. It's super easy to make, and the angles are great.
1st edition 2014, length 20 min.
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SEIS: Bizarre Mentalism with Marked CardsMystic Alexandre
NO sleight of hand - NO complicated tactics!
In this PDF Alexandre shares techniques and six bizarre mentalism effects with marked cards (plus a strong bonus routine), audience tested material he's been performing for many years such as ...
PAGANINI - The violin virtuoso fuels rumors of a pact with the Devil by demonstrating his amazing relationship with velocity using a deck of cards.
STALKER - A female participant chooses her actions, and a card, but in the end she can't avoid the "stalker's" confrontation.
SPIRITUAL TRACE - With an old deck of cards used for fortune telling, a...
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Brother Can You Spare a DimeRay Noble
This routine uses 4 coins and a borrowed paper bill. Three of the coins are the same style while the 4th is different. Ray uses three silver coins and one gold colored coin when he performs this routine. The odd coin (gold) is laid on the close up mat and a bill is placed over it. Next the magic starts to happen without any clue as to how it is being done. One by one the other three coins are picked up and vanish from your hand and travel beneath the bill. Each time, the spectator picks up the bill to find the traveled coin. The first coin vanish is so complete there is shock and awe on the...
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Trade Show SecretsMarc Paul
In this download video Marc tells you everything you need to know to be a successful performer in this very exciting marketplace. He reveals key information about...
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This is an ace twisting routine. The sleight is one handed. No extra cards or gimmicks are used! Just 4 cards and you are ready to go.
It is not easy, and it has some angle issues, too. But if you practice it enough, it opens many possibilities, as it is a one handed move, you can combine it with other tricks. There is also a visual variation which can be used for the ending.
If you love practicing as Aarsh does, you'll love this.
1st edition 2014, length 10 min
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All TogetherSteve Sanders
With the help of two volunteers from the audience the magician attempts to demonstrate how to juggle with large metal rings. But, before he even starts the rings start linking mysteriously. Involving the volunteers throughout, the rings keep joining onto one another until the hapless entertainer has to eventually give up as the rings have now been made into one long chain.
Yes, you've guessed it - it's a linking ring routine.
After getting a set of eight linking rings Steve was surprised at the number of routines that do not use eight! So, wanting to get his money's worth he decided...
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Throu TshirtDeepak Mishra
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Impossible Foldings Volume 3Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
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A Topological TrioPaul A. Lelekis
Featuring THE ULTIMATE TORN & RESTORED CARD!
1) There have been many, many ways to perform the Torn & Restored Card over the years, but Paul Lelekis has created a brilliant, brand new version!
Imagine removing a single card from the deck, with empty hands and then, VERY OPENLY, tearing it in half (without ANY cover at all) and then restore it into a single playing card. You then sign the card and hand it out as a souvenir - with absolutely NO clues.
There are NO extra pieces of card to add, NO duplicate cards (except for the construction of the gimmick), NO additions, NO awkward moves,...
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Moving CardsSean Taylor
A pack of cards is shuffled, and spread face-up on the table. The magician glances across the spread for merely a few seconds, the pack is turned face-down and he turns away. Whilst his back is turned, a spectator selects ANY card, remembers it and returns it to the pack but in a different location. Turning back, the magician glances once more across the spread and removes A SINGLE CARD. It is the selection. This classic plot, conceived over 80 years ago by Moe, magic's original underground man, has fooled magicians the world over. For the first time in print, you will discover a collection of...
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The Mystery Card To PocketRichard Paddon
An unseen, but freely selected card is placed into your empty jacket pocket.
"This is a mystery card. It's a mystery card because its identity will remain unknown. We'll return to it later."
A second spectator freely selects and signs another card. This one is lost into the deck. The performer then reads this spectator's mind correctly divining both the card and the writing on the card. The first spectator then reaches into your jacket pocket to remove the mystery card. It is the signed card! The pocket is otherwise empty.
This is Richard's favourite impromptu card routine. He has performed...
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True LiesMarc Paul
A Lie Detector Test that is extremely flexible and 100% accurate.
The performer borrows 6 business cards from a spectator or, of course, he can use his own. He clearly writes the word "TRUTH" on three of them and the word "LIE" on the remaining three. A spectator is asked to mix them up so that no one knows which cards are which. Keeping the cards face down at all times the spectator now uses the pen to place an "X" on the face of the unknown bottom card. They do this without looking at the card. They then mix the cards again. The Spectator places the cards face down on the table and six...
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Impossible Foldings Volume 2 (Part 2)Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
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Impossible Foldings Volume 2 (Part 1)Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
This time Ralf teaches you how to make impossible looking cards. With a few simple cuts and folds you can make beautiful objects which you can hand out as presents or keep for yourself. Once you know the basic method you can start to create your own variations and combine different cuts and folds into new creative designs. Also remember that while Ralf uses playing cards you can do the same designs with many other paper products, be they business cards, bank notes, designer paper, craft paper, etc.
The four impossible cards taught are:
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So Much MoreWesley James
Among the most essential but least addressed subjects in Magic's vast literature is how to make you, as a performer, and your magic performances stronger, better appreciated, and more memorable. Far too little has been offered to the magic community beyond largely narrative patter and lame gags, too often juvenile and sadly insulting. Apart from Make Me Care (2003) and Remarkable Ruses & Ruminations (2007), in 2014, Wesley released So Much More (2014). Building on his two earlier books, the original text explained some of what magical performers could do to improve their performances. However, in that 20-page book he could not address...
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Think of Anything in the WorldGerard Zitta
A challenging and fun impromptu telepathy routine, with a devious combination of principles, and an original approach.
Effect: The spectator thinks of anything in the world (billions of possibilities!), and changes it to something completely different. They focus on a part of that "thing" and you guess it. The methodology uses well known principles, combined with new ones ("Yin Yang", "UPS", "Picture", "Zoom"). There are also new alternatives to dual reality, equivoque, multiple outs or misdirection. All of these can be powerful weapons to add to your impromptu or improvised mentalism toolbox. ...
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The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 4, Issue 2 (Oct - Dec 2014)Solyl Kundu
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Automatic PlacementsNick Conticello
Tarbell Course contributor Nick Conticello is back with his biggest and best book yet, a series of refreshingly new takes on that venerable standby of mathematical card magic, the Automatic Placement. Nick introduces new variations of the principle with the Inverted Placement and the Symmetric Placement. No sleight of hand is required for ANY of these effects! Contents include:
ABC/123: Alex Elmsley's Spell by the Numbers without the Faro shuffle.
NO LOOKING ORACLE: Without seeing the face of a single card, the performer locates one mental selection and names another.
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The Fleetwood NotesMarc Paul
"Just got them. Great! Love all the effects inside. Beautiful thinking with the two number predictions and the drawing dupe is a gem and so easy to put together. Real winners!!" - Greg ArceThis eBook contains professional mentalism routines from my current shows including:
An easy number prediction with a kicker ending.
I have been using this number prediction for the last 3 years as an opener. It can also be performed off the cuff as a piece of impromptu mentalism...
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Easy Card StuffPaul Gordon
Paul Gordon is offering 24 really strong easy-to-do worker card tricks. All 24 are doable, entertaining and magical. This ebook contains the very best of Paul's easier material. But, don't mistake easy with dull. Far from it. This ebook contains some KILLERS!
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Two spectators are invited on stage. Spectator A gives the deck a shuffle, and then deals exactly twenty cards into the magician's hand. The performer shuffles the twenty cards, and then gives some of the cards to Spectator A and the rest to Spectator B, who proceed to shuffle them further. Both packets of cards are then handed back to the performer who shuffles the twenty cards together.
The performer now explains that this is going to be a demonstration in 'Psychic Telekinetic Teleportation'. The performer has spectator A hold out his hand into which exactly ten cards are dealt. Spectator...
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