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Out of the FuckRed Nist
The spectator takes the deck, chooses a card and loses it himself in the pack. He shuffles the deck to lose the card. Up to this point, you haven't touched the cards. You then take the deck and distribute the entire pack into two piles. Without any manipulation, the cards can be turned over immediately: all the reds have been separated from the blacks, except for one - the spectator's card!
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Brainz is a fantastic compilation of the 24 tricks from the 2019 Kaymar Magic Advent, all gathered in one collection and now illustrated with over 50 brand-new photos to make learning the routines a breeze. You will find anything from self-working to more challenging routines with playing cards, and even some non-card tricks.
You will learn…
Highest Bidder - A backfire ending for the classic Biddle Trick that nobody will see coming.
Steele Yourself - One of the easiest four-of-a-kind productions from a shuffled deck you can imagine.
Linda's Sign - A 'Stunnin' zodiac revelation...
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Ireland's Year Book 1957Frances Marshall & Jay Marshall
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Tricks You Should KnowWill Goldston
This book is the trick section of Sensational Tales of Mystery Men. Goldston felt that the trick section was the part that magicians would be most interested in and thus made it available as a separate book.
And a very good title too! The magician who does not know the contents of this volume will soon be behind the times.
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Colour KeyMark Leveridge
Four double-blank cards are displayed. One is placed in view to one side while the other three are arranged in a column on the table. Four keys are shown, there being one each of red, blue, green and silver. A spectator selects one of the keys (let's say the green one) and it is dropped on top of the blank card just placed to one side. The other three keys are slipped into envelopes which are mixed by a spectator before being placed down next to the blank cards in the order they were mixed into.
The performer makes a magical gesture over the cards and on turning them over they are seen...
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Numbers: a direct memory testMystic Alexandre
A simple and direct memory demonstration.
The professional-looking chart (meant to be on your phone but could be printed out) is handed to the subject in order to help test your memory ability with numbers. You mention that attempting to memorize the 51 seven-digit numbers, enhances your ability to ask questions, find insights, solve problems, critically think, and inspire creativity.
You hand them your phone with the chart, or a copy of the chart, and the subject chooses a section, say No. 45, and you begin calling out the 7-digit number in that section. Feel free to repeat the test...
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Collected Re-ThinksTC Tahoe
This is an updated best of selection of TC's re-Think series. Effects included:
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Pocket Magic Show BundleHal Saxon
What people are saying...
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Illustrierte Zauber-SoireeJacoby Harms
Privat-Aufführungen im Salon. Nebst zugehörigen Erklärungen.
Auszug aus der Einleitung:
Die Reihe der im gegenwärtigen Büchlein dargestellten Zauberunterhaltungen gibt dem Laien eine ansprechende Auswahl zur Zusammenstellung eines wechselnden Programms für zwei oder drei Abende. Hierbei hat der Verfasser im Interesse mancher Liebhaber zugleich darauf Bedacht genommen, einige durch den modernen Spiritismus eingeführte Täuschungsstücke, nämlich eine Geistersoiree und eine Bindeproduktion, einzuflechten. Desgleichen hält der Verfasser die am Schluß des Werkes gegebene Anweisung...
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It's Just NumbersBob Malinchock
Some lesser-known math-based tricks.
I always liked numbers. Numbers yes, math maybe not. What I have attempted to accomplish with this small book is to document some of the more unusual effects I have found and presented that rely on some mathematical principle, sometimes an obscure principle, as its underlying method. Generally, such methods offer the performer a relatively simple and often almost foolproof self-working guarantee of success.
Ah, but only success in the method. Anyone with any experience soon realizes that it isn’t the method so much as the presentation that truly makes...
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100 Mysteries for Arm-Chair DetectivesJ. C. Cannell
Based on actual crimes and mysteries investigated at Scotland Yard.
This is a fun read if you like short problems of deduction and observation. While most of them are not locked room problems, there are two of them in this collection, #34 and #88. One of them states that on an express train, a girl was found dead in a third-class compartment. Her head was badly injured. A violent blow had caused her death. The train had not stopped during the journey and the girl had occupied the compartment alone all the way.
Magicians will be able to solve some of the mysteries more easily because they...
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Vanni Bossi: the man and the artistRoberto Bombassei & Biagio Fasano
The biography of a great artist and creative of the Italian and international magical world.
Fifteen years after his death, the artist, magician and writer Roberto Bombassei, through a work of research and study, pays tribute to his mentor by publishing for the first time his biography: his beginnings, his path, his studies, his thoughts, his creations.
Foreword by Tony Binarelli. English translation and additional notes by Biagio Fasano.
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An Unfathomable PremonitionUnnamed Magician
A prediction deck is removed from its box by the magician. The magician spreads out the faces of the cards towards two spectators as he tells them "I've isolated one card in this deck as my prediction. I won't tell you what it is just yet. I am going to try to signal it to your subconscious for now. Look carefully." After this, he places this deck face down in front of the two spectators and tells them he will return to the prediction at the end. The magician also promises never to touch that deck again.
Now the first spectator is given another deck and the second spectator...
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Magicseen No. 112 (September 2023)Phil Shaw
Vol. 19, No. 4, September 2023; 60 pages
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Dice TelepathyJohn Carey
I am delighted to announce the release of my new ebook Dice Telepathy. In effect, 4 different colored dice are displayed and mixed by a spectator while your back is turned. They then place a dice in their left pocket, their right pocket and hold the other two dice one in each closed hand. The mentalist then turns back around and amazingly divines which dice is where. It's as clean as that. No gimmicks, gaffs or trained hamsters are used in this miracle class effect.
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Mentalism with BanknotesRenzo Grosso
Until a few years ago it was possible to propose an interesting effect, using a euro banknote (any), which the spectator took out of his wallet. The serial number consisted of a letter, which identified the country, and a series of numbers; the essential feature was that each country had its own control code; by removing a number it was possible, through a procedure that we will see later, to identify it.
Then new banknotes were printed, with a new type of serial number (before it had a letter, which indicated the country; now it has two letters, the first identifies the country, the second...
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Scripted #39: The Chain GameLarry Brodahl
A quick routine for the Chain Game, Endless Chain, Loopy Loops, etc. that entertains your audience, and gives them a feel for the con game without taking too long. They are even given a consolation prize, which is immediately taken back, and they are left with "something to think on".
This ebook gives you every line, joke, piece of timing, setup and nuance of the routine. The ebook also takes you through an overview of some of the steps of script writing and routine design used to create the script.
NOTE: Part of this routine relies on wordplay that may not work outside of the English...
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The Great Eyeless Vision ActMago Marko
Are you ready to astonish and captivate your audience like never before? Look no further, as we present to you the most awe-inspiring and mind-boggling act you can perform: The Great Eyeless Vision Act! Imagine a performance that defies the very laws of perception, where your eyes are blindfolded, yet you effortlessly identify and describe any object offered by the audience.
The grand finale of this extraordinary act involves duplicating the signature of an unknown spectator - a feat that seems utterly impossible. Unlock the closely guarded techniques to pull off this mind-bending climax...
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Princess on the MoveIan Baxter
Who among us has not heard of, seen, or performed The Princess Card Trick? For the record, it was conceived by Henry Hardin and was first made available way back in 1903. Mahatma magazine carried advertising for it and in the decades that followed, countless 'improvements' ended up in print.
It seems that not too many of these ideas were ever celebrated by the magical fraternity, and no wonder - with crazy fakes and gimmicks being introduced that almost drowned its popularity.
Fortunately, the original idea has remained unchanged which is why today, it is still regarded as a classic of card...
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Eyes of the GodsJohn Hamilton
An exceedingly clever location of two cards using the Free Cut Principle by the inventor of this beautiful principle.
Effect: The performer hands a deck of cards to one of two spectators with the request that he shuffle it, and then divide it equally with a second spectator. While this is being done, the performer turns his back.
Now each spectator is instructed to select a card from his respective half. Next they each exchange a number of cards so that the performer doesn't know how many cards each man holds, or which cards were selected (and he doesn't). Now the performer tells them...
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Reflections 6Abhinav Bothra
Insights from within delves into the transformative power of self-reflection and inner wisdom.
In a world filled with distractions, this eBook invites you to explore the depths of your own consciousness and uncover profound truths of the Art of Magic. It is both thought-provoking and a path to self-discovery that can help you to cultivate clarity, resilience, and authentic growth.
Let's embark on a soul-stirring journey that will awaken your innermost insights and unlock your true potential.
In this sixth i.e., the last volume of Reflections I talk about :
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Das Buch der KartenkünsteRudolf Marian
Enthaltend die besten Kartenkunststücke neuerer und älterer Zeit oder die Kunst, kleinere und größere Gesellschaften durch leicht erlernbare Kunstgriffe in der angenehmsten Weise zu unterhalten, zusammengestellt für Dilettanten und Vorgeschrittenere und durch eigene vieljährige Erfahrung bereichert.
Ein tolles Werk über Kartenzauberei das einen größeren Bekanntheitsgrad verdient als es derzeit hat. Es deckt einen großen Bogen der Kartenzauberkunst ab. Das Buch beginnt damit die Vorzüge der Kartenkunst für gesellschaftlich Unterhaltung aufzuzeigen. Rudolf Marian erklärt im Ersten...
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The Wrong LetterWalter S. Masterman
The crime: The Home Secretary Sir James Watson was found shot in the head inside his study which was locked from the inside. There was no apparent way in or out for the murderer to have been able to get into the room to commit the crime, nor a way to escape unnoticed. Further, the housekeeper Mrs. Simmons did not hear any shot which she certainly would have. What is going on here? How was the crime committed and by who?
It will be the task of Superintendent Sinclair from Scotland Yard and his amateur sleuth friend Sylvester Collins, a barrister, to unravel the mystery.
The inside cover...
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Crymp: the RFID-blocking Origami Wallet with ClosureChris Wasshuber
Crymp is an origami wallet (no gluing or sewing) that you can fold in a matter of a few minutes. With some practice, one can do it in under a minute. The unique feature of the wallet is that it has a closure. A specially designed plastic piece, roughly the size of a credit card, is inserted in such a way that it locks in place so that it cannot fall out or be pulled out during normal usage. It allows a rubber band to be semi-permanently linked to the wallet. This makes opening and closing the wallet very easy because the rubber band can't be lost. One can let go of it and it remains attached...
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