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How It's DoneEdward A. Litzau
Available again at last. This privately printed gem contains the real work for some of the best card marking inks, daubs, shading and blockout inks that the world has ever seen. Even the infamous luminous reader formula is explained, as is an easy method to produce short or narrow cards that doesn't require a card trimmer!
Best of all, this revised edition includes modern alternatives to the chemical and dye-based compounds, making it easier than ever to obtain professional results in the privacy of your home workshop.
"Your Red Daub is very fine. I find that Daub is the secret of the...
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Legacy Magazine 9Jesse Lewis
In this issue:
1st edition 2016, 12 pages.
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Pirate Torture IllusionDevin Knight
This is not your typical grandma's (ala Grandma's necklace) version of rope through body. Instead, this is ropes through body on steroids. It uses no gimmick rope either and everything can be examined. This is an illusion that fits into a briefcase and yet fills the stage with three spectators and yourself. Talk about playing big and packing small, this is the ultimate. It's based on an historical fact that pirates use to torture people for both information and for the entertainment of the crew. This is a historical fact that makes this version of the trick not only logical, but historically...
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Kolossal KnockoutUnknown Mentalist
Here is the third and final part of this Kolossal series. Here the odds are an almost impossible looking 1 to 200. Or so it seems. A participant randomly and freely names any country on this planet and you know there are about 200 of them. The performer's prediction initially seems to miss but then again rises to an unexpected climax. All the hard work is done for you here and you just have to print and perform.
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3-Doors MontyGerard Zitta
Here is another close-up (or parlor) version of the Monty Hall problem. It can be a standalone effect, or a premise, or a follow-up to other versions ( "V1" , "V2" , "V3", "Transaction" ), again with a completely different method. It helps to demonstrate that a player should always switch, but in a very baffling way. In the first phase, you show that the spectator should switch the two doors in order to win. But in a second identical phase, they will always loose.
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Fast ChangeBao Ninh
Please note that this video is in Vietnamese with English subtitles.
Change a playing card into a bill, or a bill into another bill.
"Fast change is visual, easy to do and fun to perform. All the ingredients for a great effect." - Shaun Dunn
1st edition 2016, length 21 min.
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Bottle MagicBao Ninh
Please note that this video is in Vietnamese with sparse English subtitles. However, even without understanding Vietnamese one can follow the visual explanation to construct the gimmick.
Approach a spectator while holding a bottle of water. Ask to borrow any small object and visually melt their object through the walls of your water bottle. The possibilities are endless. Borrow coins, keys, playing cards, even a goldfish. There are so many possibilities, you will be coming up with great ideas in no time. Included in the Bottle Magic download: you will be taught how to make the special bottle...
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4 ChangeDuctam Nguyen
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Packet Magic(Jerry) J. K. Hartman
From the introduction:
The title suggests that the routines to be described solely involve small packets of cards. To that extent, it is inaccurate. Many of the routines utilize the full deck in varying degrees. The excuse is that they center around small groups of cards which by themselves are identifiable as packets, and thus can be combined in longer sequences with routines using those groups alone.
Small packet routines seem to have a certain niceness and precision about them and thus have a particular fascination for cardmen. Fortunately, laymen are generally impressed as well, ascribing...
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Card Fare(Jerry) J. K. Hartman
Get ready for a firework of card magic starting where a card just vanishes, a pair of cards mysteriously rise, another shoots out of the deck as soon as named, and two others change locations. Jerry also presents his spin on prior work by by Trost, Krenzel, Corin, Dingle, Fulves, and others.
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U.F. Grant's Impossible Bill in LemonDevin Knight
An impossible bill to lemon that will leave your audience and many magicians wondering how such a thing is possible. That's because it is another lost secret from the mind of U. F. Grant. Read every word, the description is 100% true and sounds impossible. The performer asks to borrow a dollar bill from anyone. This person is not a stooge and the bill has not been planted in the audience as a preshow bit. Any bill, from any person, plain and simple. BEFORE the performer touches the bill, he has the spectator write down the serial number for later verification. The performer still does not touch the bill,...
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Soft Spot: Signed Corner in Glass BottleRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Make any signed corner melt through a glass bottle.
Imagine this. You show a complete empty glass bottle (real glass) and make a signed corner from the label of the bottle, playing card, banknote, business card etc. melt through the glass - only by a small wave of your fingertips. It's really inside the bottle! No magnets, no slits, no trapdoors and no duplicates.
1st edition 2016, length 20 min.
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Patter: The Story Behind the MagicBrian T. Lees
As magicians we do the same range of magic over and over again. What makes it different is our character, presentation and patter. We all put our own twist on the routines. Patter is the glue that identifies the magic to us personally. It is our personal signature. If we don't take time to create new or updated patter then our performance begins to sound routine or "follow the motions". This ebook identifies different types of patter, offers some suggestions and provides a few examples.
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Fortune: a fortune cookie effectPaul Valentine
Spectator is presented with a number of Fortune Cookies and is asked to select anyone they like, they can sign and date the cookie packaging. A deck of cards are mixed, then the spectator is asked to generate a random number by rolling 2 dice.
A number is settled on and they're asked to count down that many cards from the deck to a randomly selected card. The performer asks the spectator to open the Fortune Cookie and encourages them to read aloud the paper fortune inside, they turn over their selected card and it is found that both the paper fortune and card are a perfect match! Leaving...
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Kids Party MagicWolfgang Riebe
Includes full access to the following videos (available via YouTube and as download from your digital shelf):
Kids Party Magic is a practical book of magic for children's magicians that contains entertaining and many original tricks that you can add to your show right away. Included are themed tricks around Easter and Christmas, as well as insights into the theory of performing for kids.
Are you looking for new comedy items and gags to perform with assistants?...
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Gamblers' Tricks with CardsJonathan H. Green
Scores of street scams, swindles, and card table ruses are explained in this 163 page ebook, guaranteed to separate a sucker from his money just as quickly today as when this tome was first written in the mid-1800s. Don't read this book to cheat -- instead, get it for protection so you don't become a victim.
This a fascinating study, filled with accounts of colorful, larger-than-life characters. Some were victims, others turned the tables and made suckers out of the swindlers. The author, "a reformed gambler," goes beyond playing cards to detail the inside work on thimbles (the precursor...
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Legacy Magazine 8Jesse Lewis
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Manuale di Ipnosi e Cold ReadingGiochidimagia
Guida Pratica all'apprendimento della Lettura a Freddo e dell'Ipnosi
La possibilità di poter leggere nella mente di una persona sconosciuta e vedere eventi della sua vita passata e futura ha sempre affascinato enormemente.
C'è una tecnica che viene usata da varie categorie di persone, tra cui i mentalisti in ambito illusionistico ma da tanto tempo da cartomanti, divinatori, sensitivi, ecc, questa tecnica si chiama "Lettura a freddo" in inglese "Cold Reading".
In questo manuale vedremo approfonditamente come imparare questa tecnica e come applicarla al fine di essere in grado di fare...
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Persuasione in PraticaAlessandro Delvecchio
Principi, metodi e strategie di Persuasione messi in pratica
L'idea di poter persuadere, convincere qualcuno della nostra idea oppure a fare qualcosa che noi desideriamo è chiaramente qualcosa di allettante e che potenzialmente può portarci grossi benefici sotto più aspetti della vita quotidiana.
Occorre quindi stabilire il presupposto che tutto ciò che si fa in questo senso deve essere fatto con responsabilità e buon senso e con l'idea di base del "Non nuocere agli altri".
Premesso questo, è opportuno differenziare il connotato negativo che solitamente viene attribuito all'atto...
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Enciclopedia dell'Illusionismo vol. XI: Magia Con Candele E OrologiSalvatore Cimo
MAGIA CON CANDELE E OROLOGI di Salvatore Cimò è l'undicesimo volume della collana. All'interno di questo libro, composto da 136 pagine, troverete un ampio numero di effetti magici con le candele (apparizioni, sparizioni, cambi di colore ecc.) e con gli orologi (mentalismo, orologio distrutto e risanato, apparizione di sveglie ecc.) così suddivisi:
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Vero o FalsoGiochidimagia
La possibilità di capire quando una persona mente o dice la verità ha sempre affascinato. Premettiamo che le bugie fanno parte della vita quotidiana e dell’essere umano, ne esistono di varie tipologie e per diversi scopi quindi in realtà tutti mentiamo in una certa misura e nessuno può sottrarsi da questo gioco quindi la cosa migliore da fare è conoscere le modalità e i segnali con i quali si manifesta una bugia al fine di potersi così destreggiare meglio nelle situazioni giornaliere che ci capitano nell’amicizia, nell’amore, nel lavoro e in qualsiasi altro settore.
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New Tops all Volumes 1-34 (1961-1994)Gordon Miller
The New Tops magazine was the successor to Tops Magazine. Abbott's printed and bound both Tops and New Tops itself at its own location, achieving an international circulation via mail delivery.
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New Tops Volume 34 (1994)Gordon Miller
Greg Bordner, Publisher
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