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Devin Knight
The Ultimate Psychic Secret by Devin Knight
"I do a lot of Q&A act in my shows and I have different ways to get people info. This for sure is another tool I will have at my disposal when I can. Thanks Devin for releasing this." - Luca Volpe

"This is a shocking book. I will never use it, but every mentalist should own it to know what is going on. It is a valuable reference, but do not use it. Like a modern-day nightmare alley, it exposes the dark underbelly of the art. It should be in your library, but much feels immoral, and you must be hip to it. Treasure it, like a radioactive isotope, but keep your distance." - Marc Salem


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La Ville
Free Choice by La Ville

Out of 52 cards the spectator names any card. The magician opens a deck of cards and shows all the cards are blue, except for the spectator's card. Its the only card with a red back.

This a another handling on the old "Invisible Deck - Brain Wave" card trick.

Features of Free Choice:

  • No rough and smooth
  • No tape
  • No double cards
  • The spectator can name any card.
  • The card can be checked out by the spectator
Skill level: Intermediate

1st edition 2018, length 23 min

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David Jonathan
Arbitrium by David Jonathan

Why do ACAAN with one deck when you can up the apparent impossibility with two decks? That's the beauty of Arbitrium.

Imagine removing a prediction card and placing it in your pocket. You then bring out two decks, one with numbered cards and one standard deck. The spectator makes an actual free choice from each deck, selecting one number and one playing card. The performer removes his prediction to show it not only matches the freely selected card, but it also has the chosen number boldly drawn on it. A double prediction and ACAAN combined.

The 50-minute video download covers multiple...

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Michael Jay
Top Hat Volume 2 Issue 14 (Jan 2018) by Michael Jay
  • A Letter from the Editor by Michael Jay
  • The Art of Reading Magic by Gary Scott
  • The Magician's Notebook by Zero Jones
  • Four (Self Working) Card Tricks by Werner Miller
  • Visions of Vernon by Mark Williams
  • The Magician by Michael Jay
  • The Magic of Love - A Valentine's Trick by Jon A. Hand
  • Bizarre Bursary
  • Ned by Weepin' Willie
  • End Page

46 pages

★★★ $0
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Dariel Fitzkee
The Only Six Ways to Restore a Rope (Rope Eternal) by Dariel Fitzkee

Create your own custom versions of the popular cut and restored rope effect.

Dariel Fitzkee applied his world-renowned Trick Brain method to completely analyze and dissemble the Cut and Restored Rope effect into its basic components. Fitzkee's patient explanations and diagrams examine the six basic principles of all rope, cord and string effects, allowing the clever performer to pick and choose the methods that best fit his or her performing style to develop diabolically clever and unique rope routines.

Along the way, you'll learn the secrets to several past and present commercial rope effects that...

★★★★★ $8
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Unknown Mentalist
Lucky Deck by Unknown Mentalist

This is a combo of 2 ebooks. Lucky Deck and Suit Order Systems Vol. 5.

Lucky Deck is a very special stack. Because this arrangement of the deck can be used both as a memorized deck and/or as a cyclical stack. Both the values and suits look fairly random. Just by learning 3 simple and easy rules, you will be able to pick up the entire stack within no time. Probably by the time you finish reading this manuscript, you should be able to pick up this stack.

Given any position, you will be able to name the card and vice versa. Also given any card, you will be able to get the next card as well....

★★★★★ $12
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Wilfrid Jonson
Mr. Smith's Guide to Sleight of Hand by Wilfrid Jonson

This guide is written in an unusual style, a conversational style, where each lesson starts with "Dear Mr. Smith", like a letter to a fictional student. This feature makes it a very readable and valuable course. In the introduction Jonson writes:

The guide is presented to the reader in the form of a course of personal instruction and the majority of the sleights and tricks are described according to the manner in which I have myself performed them. A number of individual touches and personal inventions have been introduced which I consider to be improvements on previously published methods....

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Walter Gibson
After Dinner Tricks by Walter Gibson

This is a lovely collection of simple tricks, puzzles, brain teasers and other similar items. Each one is explained with text and an illustration.

  • Tricks With Matches
    • Strike Safety Matches Without Box
    • Levitation of a Match Box
    • The Leaning Match
    • A Light That Failed
    • Which End Burns First?
    • Balancing a Match
    • The Mystic Matches
    • A Puzzle With Matches
    • A Square by Moving One Match
    • Self-Serving Match Box
  • Tricks With Coins
    • Mysterious Sounding Money
    • The Changed Coins in Hand
    • Chosen Coin Picked Out
    • Coin Appears in Empty Box
    • A Puzzle With a Coin
    • Coin Balanced on Tumbler ...
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Matteo Filippini
Tarot Magic by Matteo Filippini

Tarot Magic is an ebook about ... you guessed it, magic with tarot cards. (Several effects use marked tarot cards.)

Matteo Filippini, Italian musician and mystery artist, provides his view about it. Between the pages you will find suggestions, hints and tips to include this magical tool in your performances. The second part of the ebook features several routines with a tarot pack from Matt and a bunch of friends. Whether you are a magician, a mentalist/mindreader, a bizarre magick performer, you will find something for you.

From the Foreword:

"Tarot Magic, a collection of routines and...

★★★★★ $15
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R. A. Hummerston
Magical Mysteries by R. A. Hummerston

Sixty simple conjuring tricks that you can do without apparatus or sleight-of-hand. This ebook contains coin, card, second-sight, balancing, mathematical and miscellaneous tricks.


  • The Balanced Coin
  • Coin And Ring
  • Counting The Coins
  • The Disappearing Penny
  • Fifteen Instead Of Twelve
  • It's There, Then It Isn't
  • Juggling With Coins
  • The Obedient Sixpence
  • The Perforated Penny
  • Piercing A Coin With A Needle
  • Reversals
  • Sixpence And A Bottle
  • Vanishing A Penny
  • Vanishing A Penny From A Borrowed Handkerchief
  • The Dimidiated Card
  • Happy Families
  • It's There, Then...
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Steven Palmer
Glitch by Steven Palmer

A streamlined approach to the thought of Card in Wallet / pocket idea. Fans of this type of plot are sure to enjoy this.

The work and ideas involved in this could be easily adapted to your current version of the routine and maybe streamline or inspire you to rethink your current handling of the plot.

1st edition 2018, 5 pages.

★★★★★ $10
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Devin Knight
How To Do The Electric Chairs by Devin Knight

This is probably one of the most ancient of all comedy effects, yet strong enough and entertaining enough to be part of the performance of many leading entertainers. The late mentalist Maurice Fogel made a big hit with this in his show.

The basic effect is that five to six spectators are invited to the front and sit in chairs. In a few moments, they jump up and scream, saying that their chair shocked them. The chairs are examined and found to be ordinary; the moment they sit down, they jump up again, saying they were shocked again. This is repeated as often as the performer wishes. The performer...

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Aldo Colombini
Una Serie die Comiche Previsioni by Aldo Colombini

Una serie di esilaranti previsioni con una sorpresa finale!

Effetto : Il performer vanta le sue doti di "Lettura del pensiero..." e dice che ne darà una serie di dimostrazioni...Detto fatto, l'esecutore mostra una busta che contiene, lui dice..., una serie di previsioni. Inizia, così, una divertentissima serie di rocambolesche previsioni, tutte su un unico foglio che estrae dalla busta e che va mano a mano dispiegando, in cui dimostra di aver "previsto (?) " prima una parola di un dizionario e poi in un crescendo di difficoltà ( e risate) un animale , il nome dell' attore preferito, il...

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Brian T. Lees
Abraca-Poof February 2018 by Brian T. Lees
  • What Makes Magic Work?
  • Do Not Take It With You
  • Distribution
  • 20 Minute Set, Empty Handed
  • E-Factor Volume 2
  • Gather Sponsors
  • Support the Market
  • Performance Investment

1st edition 2018, 10 pages.

★★★★ $0
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Ken de Courcy
Genial Improbabilities by Ken de Courcy

From the Foreword:

A word about the tricks themselves. As far as I personally am aware, every item is original in some way, either in effect or method.

  • Introduction ...
  • Foreword ...
    • Reggie the Rattlesnake
    • Ri-Ki-Ki Poker
    • Silken Card Discovery
    • The Travelling Phoenix
    • The Snake Charmer
    • Eve v Adam
    • "Hail, O Swami"
    • Tangled Thoughts
    • The Devil's Key
    • No Knot
    • The Sympathetic Note Trick
    • The Jeweller's Dream
    • Which Witch?
    • The Chinese Picture
    • The Fiddled Furniture
    • The Ju-Ju...
★★★★★ $10
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Samuel Berland
Tricks with Watches by Samuel Berland

Tricks, sleights, and routines with watches.

Paul Fleming wrote:

No one who has seen Gus Fowler's vaudeville act with timepieces will doubt that magic with watches can be both interesting and mystifying. We cannot guarantee that Tricks with Watches will enable its readers to duplicate the financial and artistic success won by Mr. Fowler, but it will acquaint them with sleights and tricks which they will almost certainly be tempted to introduce into their programs.

Of the four chapters into which Mr. Berland divides his book, Chapter I is devoted to sleights with watches; Chapter 2, to complete tricks...

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Ken de Courcy
Cardsink by Ken de Courcy

A chosen card that not only penetrates right through a deck of cards and a card-case, but also right through a spectator's hand. A very strong effect that looks impossible.

The effect is startling because it appears to happen in the spectator's own hands. As always Ken provides precious ideas for an intriguing presentation.

  • Easy to do
  • No palming
  • The card can be signed

1st edition 1986; 1st digital edition 2018, 4 pages.

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Bob Hummer
Fantastric by Bob Hummer

From the title, you'd guess that this is a fantastic trick. It's not. It's a true miracle of psychic entertainment! Here is an incredible mental miracle involving a deck of playing cards, which may be borrowed.

A spectator shuffles the cards as much or as little as she desires. She deals a number of cards onto the table (a free choice). The performer does not need to touch the deck while they are in the spectator's hands. The performer now turns his back, or leaves the room entirely. The spectator removes any number of cards from the pile on the table and places them in the card box, out...

★★★★★ $6
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Steve Sanders
Recycling Stebbins Again by Steve Sanders

More fun with the original Si Stebbins Stacked deck. Contains an explanation of the original Si Stebbins stack and how to set up any deck of cards in that order.

Four different effects using the stack:

Kind of a Four
The spectator chooses a card and the performer prognosticates what that card is by looking at 'indicator' cards. Eventually, the 'indicator' cards are shown to be the three 'mates', matching the value of the chosen card, making four of a kind in all.

Curried Stebbins
A version of Paul Curry's Out of this World where two spectators randomly pick cards and it transpires that one spectator chose all...

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Steve Sanders
Si-Step by Steve Sanders

Si-Step is a system which enables you to know what card is at a given position in the deck or get the position of any named card. Specially developed for the original Stebbins Stack and for people who do not like mental arithmetic.

It was originally published in 2014 in Recycled Stebbins.

PDF 8 pages.

★★★★ $0
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Devin Knight
Easy Wallet Steal by Devin Knight

Do you want to get yourself talked about, fool your audiences, and get a nice round of applause at the finish? If so, try this at your next show.

A man comes up to help you with a trick, as he starts to go back to his seat you hand him his wallet much to the delight of the audience.

Some magicians needlessly worry, that if they do the wallet steal bit, that audiences will not trust them or think they may be a thief. This is nonsense. Most people believe that a magician can easily lift a wallet or remove a watch. This has happened to me many times, and I'm sure it has happened to you too....

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Will Andrade
The X-Ray Eye Act by Will Andrade

Here is a feature act. Performer's eyes are completely covered with heavy wads of cotton wool, after which the cotton is firmly sealed over the eyes by means of adhesive tape; after this a heavy strip of bandage is placed firmly over the eyes and tied tightly around the head. Regardless of what appears thus to be an absolute impossibility under these conditions, the medium can walk chalk lines, call names of selected cards, and many other unbelievable tests, even to describing people and their actions.

1st digital edition 2018, 8 pages.

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Bob Cassidy
But Stranger Still by Bob Cassidy
  • Doctor Bob Live and in Persona!
  • A Day at the Movies
  • Doctor Bob's Opening Routine
  • Doctor Bob's Killer Miller Caps
  • The Billet Reading Portfolio
  • Smear and Hear
  • BONUS: Questions and Answers about Dr Bob and his important message to you!

1st edition 2002, 17 pages.

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Bob Cassidy
Mind Games by Bob Cassidy
  • A Brief Biography
  • The Instant Memorization of Objects, Lists and Playing Cards
  • Learning to Link
  • The Peg System
  • Playing Cards
  • How to Know Which Cards Have Been Played

1st edition 2000, 12 pages.

★★★★★ $5
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