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The EmulatorsMark E. Beck
The spectator selects a card from the performer’s deck and does not reveal it to the performer until requested to do so. The performer then shows a packet of four Jokers to the spectator, displaying the faces and backs of all four cards. He then asks the spectator to wave his selected card over the Jokers he is holding in his hand. When the performer turns the packet face up and displays the cards, they are no longer Jokers! Instead, all four cards are now identical to the spectator’s selected card!
But that’s not all! When the performer squares the four cards back together,...
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Flip and TellAlexander George
An impromptu piece of close-up mentalism that uses no gimmicks in which you demonstrate clairvoyance (or mind-reading), then your participant does - and then you finally show that you had predicted everything!
The effect: You and your participant each have a collection of coins before you on a table. You and she take turns secretly flipping over your own coins until she is completely satisfied that neither of you could possibly know the heads-tails orientation of the other’s coins. You now cover a coin of yours and she covers one of hers. Yet you are able to tell the orientation of her...
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This effect is a variation of an effect called ACAT (Any Card At Any Time), extracted from CLUE ebook. It can be presented with playing cards, or special cards (like the Vernet PSImbol deck, or movies (like Directors's cut or Screen test), French postcards, etc.), or just with blank index cards or your own business cards (with drawings, symbols, words, numbers, etc. on the back). It is not a card trick, but rather a mystery or paradox.
It is hands-off, automatic, self-working, can be done over the phone or sight unseen, stand up, close up or stage (with jumbo cards). It is easy, practical, and...
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Working Progress: tricks I do for moneyJohn Holt
Working Progress is a short ebook of six tricks that I use when working for real, live human beings. They're all practical tricks that work in pretty much any performing environment you could possibly find yourself.
Inside you'll find a cool transposition that you'll love to perform, a chop cup routine which includes TWO fabulous endings that get round the awkward "putting the lemons back into your pocket" reset moment, a great use for the Phil deck that you can use for parlour performances or to open a set at a house party, plus there's a routine for the card to wallet that doesn't foreshadow...
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Astro GemsFerry Gerats
Divination of Zodiac sign involving a chart with the gems that are in accordance with astrology allocated to the star signs. Uses the branching anagram principle. A version of Bob Farmer's "Fate Accompli".
Effect: You reveal the zodiac-sign of someone you never met.
This is what happens:
A participant is handed a chart with all the zodiac signs and the gemstones which on the basis of astrology are allocated to these signs. While the participant focuses on the name of the gemstone of his sign, the mentalist first discloses some letters of that name and then reveals his zodiac sign.
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A Thought Left UnsaidAbhinav Bothra
A thought of card is conveyed to everyone (without writing down or uttering a single word) while the performer has his back towards the audience.
Once done, the performer turns back asks a couple of unrelated questions and hesitatingly pulls out a single card from a deck of playing cards. And that happens to be their thought of card.
1st edition 2016, 6 pages.
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A professional routine. An ingenious gimmick. A versatile new take on a classic principle of mentalism.
"This is brilliant!" - TitanasTriptic represents a package that has been evolving in concept for some time. It takes a basic principle in mentalism and turns it on it's head, burying it deeper mechanically and psychologically.
The effect is simple; three audience members are asked three questions. The performer is able to, without a doubt, prove that he knew what they were going to answer before they did.
This is a piece that is especially well suited for audiences at small after-dinner...
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The owners of this ebook can get Absolute and Ultimate Coin'cidence for half price.
This is a routine which defies categorization. It is inexplicably weird and amazingly powerful.
It can be performed with your own coins or borrowed coins. With your own business cards or borrowed business cards. It can be performed with real coins or even with imaginary coins.
The performer makes a prediction on the back of his business card and keeps it face down in full view right before commencing the routine. A participant is asked to make a free choice from among 5 coins, real or imaginary. After the participant lands on a coin,...
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The NTE PrincipleRonald Levy & Devin Knight
A card feat that can be done over the radio. The magician shows the audience how to program their deck into a smart deck and proceeds to locate everyone's chosen card over the radio. A great publicity stunt that will get you booked on radio shows.
"Very deceptive, very nice!" - Tom CravenThe NTE Principle is a self-working hands-off effect that can be done over a cell phone, in a room full of people or even over the radio for thousands of people at the same time. It's an amazing effect where people select a playing card, lose it into the deck and then the magician is able to locate the card without...
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Heads I Win - PositivelyNic Holson
To date there are many incarnations of this classic in mentalism by Max Maven in his videomind series positive / negative, who credits Larry Becker with the original idea, so what is this one all about?
In Heads I Win - Positively you get the opportunity to demonstrate as close as you can get real thought reading. You will actually be reading your spectators thoughts while they carry out the effect; I show you how. The principal method for this part of the effect is used by us all everyday yet we don't notice it.
Your spectator does not need to tell you the coin they have chosen to use until the...
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Card Magic: eine Collection von Originellen Prinzipien und EffektenFranz (Ronnay) Rosensteiner
Ronnay (Franz Rosensteiner) ist besonders durch seine tollen Kleinpäckchentricks bekannt geworden. Dieses Werk jedoch widmet sich ausschliesslich Kartentricks mit einem vollständigen Spiel. Ronnay beschreibt auch einige Griffe die besonders praktisch sind.
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Rainbow UnicornZee J. Yan
Three impromptu close-up mentalism routines with strong impact and one extremely mind-baffling and tightly structured 10 minute stage mentalism routine.
Using a smartphone as a billet.
Tips and ideas on swami gimmick so you can carry it with you without special storing devices.
Making an extremely deceptive peek device with only 35 cent or less (literally 35 cent or less)
Turning an everyday wallet into a peek wallet without damaging it.
[Note: If you already own Greetings by Zee J. Yan, then you won't need this ebook.]
1st edition 2016, 66 pages.
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Easy Card MagicRob Roy
If you haven't a voice like Sinatra or Crosby; if you can't tickle the risibility of people as do Hope or Umbrioggo; if you can't dance like Arthur Murray, don't fret! You can still be the life of the party if you know a few simple card tricks ... tricks that are sure to baffle your friends and keep them entertained and guessing no end.
The card tricks in this ebook are unusual and clever. All you need do is follow the instructions. You don't have to concern yourself with intricate sleight of hand maneuvers. You don't have to be born a magician. no special skill or previous practice is required....
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Tops Treasury of Thimble MagicGordon Miller
A collection of thimble magic routines, moves and tips from TOPS magazine.
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A Questionable EnvelopeKyle P. Merck
An envelope is shown upon which there is a question mark. Nearly a dozen cards are removed and shown to have the names of various colors written on them. The cards are mixed and a spectator is asked to remove one. The remaining cards are put away back into the envelope. The spectator can put the card away someplace on their person. In spite of this, the performer is able give them a reading (if desired) based on the color as well as divine the color of the card selected.
Included are the complete instructions for this routine which includes Kyle's color coding system "A Question of Color",...
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This is a two phase mentalism/card magic effect, involving a couple transpositions; both begin in the mind, then manifest into the physical. It's a fun and fairly simple routine that packs a punch and will have your participants wondering.
The first phase is an in-the-hands transposition of two spectator signed cards, and the second phase is a mental transposition of thought and a physical transformation of material.
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A Way With CardsAl E. Smith
Including covers, contents page and suchlike, A Way With Cards is a 65 page ebook overflowing with 28 individual card items and lots of waffle to cheer them on.
A well-shuffled mix of thoughts, ideas, opinions and similar to titillate the palate. Regular street-worn cardboardian craziness and nothing too convoluted or finger breaking. Plenty to shake the windows of the card resistant few, and a soothing blend for Cardonians.
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None of the Above: one coin routineScott F. Guinn
None of the Above is Scott F. Guinn's anytime, anywhere coin routine that uses just one coin and nothing else; no extra coins, no tricky coins, no gimmicks, no secret utility devices. (The only utility device required, if you want to call it that, is that you must be wearing a shirt or jacket with a left breast pocket.) It includes the complete, commercial con man/hustler-themed storyline that will hook your audiences and reel them in. Like all of Scott's books, the writing is thorough, understandable, and conversational, accompanied by clear and helpful photographs.
From the introduction: ...
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13mm of Si StebbinsUnknown Mentalist
The owners of this ebook can purchase 6 Special Stebbins Stacks in 60 Startling Seconds for half price.
This is a secret method in plain sight. Maybe this can also be called as Si Stebbins Easy Memory System.
A simple method to use Si Stebbins +3 stack as a Memorized Deck. Given a card position you will know the card identity or vice versa, very easily. Once you learn this you are bound to get the "why didn't I think of this myself" feeling. There is also a novel but easy suit sequencing method which makes the suit order more random instead of the red/black alternating look of chased, shocked etc.
A cool routine is also included where...
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The Universal CardJon Racherbaumer
This ebook explores variations on the Universal Card theme, is part of the Yod series. Universal Card is a classic card plot in which a single card (like the joker) transforms to one at a time to match each of the selected cards. Originally posed by Karl Fulves in his Pallbearers Review, where he used the term "Universal Card", a name that caught on.
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Magician's Guide to Making and Using LockpicksGlenn Coleman
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Double DeckerPaul A. Lelekis
Two superb card routines that you will be proud to perform! PLUS...a four page INTRODUCTION about HOW to bring your spectators in your "magical universe", making the magic about THEM by using 3 examples - This Intro is a MUST READ! The INTRODUCTION is worth twice the price.
Paul has provided two videos, explaining Paul's famous underground sleight, The Simplex Bottom Reversal showing 4 different ways to use this valuable sleight.
1) JOKER SANDWICH SURPRISE - This is one of the best "openers" you could imagine. Place the Jokers out on the table - (they can be inspected) and then begin a...
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Once a script writer for Jack Paar's show (1962-63) and Red Skelton's show (1964-70), has also written for Dick Gregory (six years), and was a speechwriter for President Gerald Ford in 1973-77.
One-liners, flip lines, gags and patter. Many of these one-lines are still good today. Others just need some updating but still very funny stuff.
The real benefit of having this material available in digital form is to be able to search for particular words and phrases which related to your performance, occasion or venue. This makes it much easier to find suitable comedy lines.
1st edition 1954,...
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Cartomancy for MagiciansScott Creasey
"Without proper presentation, the best sleight of hand is nothing more than a feat of juggling." - Nate LeipzigSo how do we lift our card effects out of the realm of the juggler into the world of magic and mystery? Answer, Cartomancy for Magicians, a simple system to enable the magician to add an emotional hook to his or her pick a card tricks.
What is it?
Cartomancy is fortune-telling or divination using a deck of cards and appeared soon after playing cards were invented; in fact many historians have suggested that playing cards may have originated as a fortune telling tool long before...
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