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The Blackjack RoomZandman
This is a true miracle. The description below is true to the last word. It reads like a miracle - because it is one.
With contributions from: Greg Arce, Neil Tobin and Richard Osterlind
A prediction is sealed in an envelope and held by an audience member the entire presentation. No switches.
On stage; a table, 5 chairs and a deck of cards. 5 players (spectators) come up to play a hand of blackjack. Cards are shuffled by a random player and re-cased to avoid any tampering by the performer as he explains about blackjack. No false shuffles. No Sleights. One player...
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NUD - Numen's Utility Deck: And other Mental Card MysteriesDavid Numen
Imagine a deck that secretly tells you both the identity of a thought-of card and that card's numeric location, either in that deck or in another deck. Think of all the memorized deck applications this would simplify.
No memory work.
No tricky calculations to arrive at the card’s location.
Think of the myriad mentalism applications. A spectator peeks at any card in the deck and you instantly know what the card is and at what number it resides from the top or bottom of that deck or another deck. What's more, you obviously never see the back of the peeked card, which eliminates the...
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The LinkerAlan Rorrison
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Derek Lever's Magic MagDerek Lever
The magazine started in October 1979 and the final issue was published in August 1983. When Derek Lever launched Magic Mag he felt that the entire magic scene had become stagnant and uninteresting and once the magazine was launched he was not afraid of having a dig at anyone and everyone. It was an outspoken magazine with some top professional contributors such as: Simon Lovell, Trevor Lewis, David Howarth, Tommy Copper, Terry Seabrooke and Billy McComb. It contains hundreds of professional effects and routines, articles, hints and tips for everyone with an interest in becoming a working professional.
Included is an index (not hyperlinked...
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Hugard's Magic Monthly IndexJean Hugard
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Out of this WorldPaul Curry
Paul Curry invented this effect when he was just 25 years old. It is one of the most well known and probably most often performed card effects today. A classic through and through. An incredibly strong effect paired with a most simple method. You can't find much better card tricks.
The effect as Curry describes it:
The performer shuffles a pack of cards and starts to deal them into two piles - the red cards in one pile, the blacks in the other. After a few cards have been dealt into each pile the deal is stopped and the performer explains that were he to continue to deal in this manner...
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"Cracking direct approach to the routine. Almost as good as mine....Ok, it IS as good as mine!" -- Alan Rorrison, creator of Misleading Misled
"Highly recommended!" -- Jeff Pierce
"...absolutely brilliant! Looks fantastic and totally clean." -- Chris Congreave
"I've worked on countless versions of the Pencil Thru Bill plot over the past 20 years and I can honestly say that Cameron's is the very best!" -- Iain Moran
"I have a few versions of pen thru bill both gimmicked and ungimmicked, this is one of the cleanest impromptu...
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The Return of the Big FlapChris Webb & Titanas
Imagine you show any bill or banknote of any value and a playing card which is chosen and marked. In full view with no switches instantly the card changes into the bill and the bill into the card. Give the signed card out as a souvenir!
The strength of this effect is in its visual impact. The transformation happens right in front of your eyes.
On this action packed video you will learn to perform this miracle with ease and yet still have a visual killer. Packed with extra handlings, 3 routines and loads of moves so you can create your own routine.
Performance of "Money Transpo"
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Real Pen-EtrationAlan Rorrison
Borrow a bill, borrow a pen, fold the bill in half and shove the pen right through the center of the bill and all the way through. Miraculously the bill, after folded open is completely unharmed. No hole can be found.
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The power to provoke motion with one's mind is something that has fascinated man since the existence of such a concept. Imagine a perfectly simplistic demonstration of mind over matter.
In this video download, you will learn how to make a borrowed soda can move freely across the table at a moments notice.
Dee Christopher teaches with the utmost precision this underground miracle, with all the tips, tricks and subtleties added in so that you can go out and perform this effect and blow peoples minds.
You will learn two versions, one an impromptu version without any gimmicks, and another...
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Power TripPeter Duffie
A Multi-phase routine where Aces magically reverse, then change to Kings then back to Aces, then the Aces assemble and...
Bringing out your deck, you offer to show the audience a wonderful Ace trick, and so you remove the four Aces and hold them face down. One by one the Aces magically turn face up. Then you say, "If you think that's a good trick - I know an even better one with the four Kings." At that, the Aces in your hand change into the four Kings.
A spectator now cuts the deck into four piles, and you deal a King onto each pile. Just as you deal the last King, you have second thoughts...
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Artful MentalismBob Cassidy & Michael Weber
On February 26th 2009 a historic event took place. Bob Cassidy gave a one-of-a-kind two hour teleseminar which was hosted by his longtime student and friend Michael Weber.
Two hours of pure Cassidy where he answered questions and spoke on a number of crucially important points on mentalism. Some of the topics discussed were:
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An offbeat effect, the head of a stick man that's drawn on a signed business card moves across the paper to another location. Effects where a drawing changes are always crowd pleasers. This one requires a flame from a cigarette lighter.
The principle, which was entirely new to me, is ingenious and allows you to create all kinds of variations. The underlying principle essentially allows you to vanish a drawing or piece of drawing at will. You can even draw in several colors. I already have a few ideas that I will explore. You will need an item that is readily available in any stationary shop...
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E-Z Square 1 (German)Werner Miller
Dies ist ein Effect mit einem Magischen Quadrat. Zuschauer tragen beliebige Zahlen in die Hauptdiagonale ein. Der Zauberer füllt die restlichen Zahlen in Blitzesschnelle aus und bildet ein perfektes Magisches Quadrat.
Alternative können Sie dieses Kunststück auch so vorführen, dass ein Zuschauer die Summe des Quadrates vorgibt. Aber der Effekt ist stärker wenn Zuschauer tatsächlich Zahlen frei eintragen können.
Die Methode ist so einfach dass ich beim ersten Mal Lesen gar nicht glauben konnte dass es so funktioniert. Wenn Sie 2 addieren und 3 abziehen können, dann können Sie gleich...
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E-Z Square 1Werner Miller
This is a magic square effect where spectators freely enter numbers in the main diagonal and you quickly fill out the rest of the numbers producing a perfect magic square.
Alternatively you could perform this the classic way that a spectator calls out a number and you fill in all the numbers to form a magic square. But the effect is stronger if your audience can freely choose not just the sum but several numbers in the square. In a variation Werner shows you how spectators can even select the squares where you should next enter a number during your fill-out sequence.
The method is so simple...
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Routines for RascalsTimothy Hyde
Routines for Rascals contains 5 dynamic professional routines from the MagicCoach himself, Timothy Hyde. These routines are no pipe dreams from an armchair theorist. They have all been performed in hundreds if not thousands of performances in his 30 years as a full time mystery performer.
These are all high impact, stage filling audience participation effects suitable for Children's and Family Shows. Most of the routines are also suitable for roving / walkabout engagements and can be performed surrounded at picnic, social days, fairs and other outside events.
Timothy began performing full...
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Card College LighterRoberto Giobbi
Roberto Giobbi's newest survey of sleightless card magic, Card College Lighter, gives the famous Giobbi treatment to 21 baffling card tricks by some of the craft's greatest masters, including Vernon, Annemann, Leech, Maven, Fulves, Hummer, Vollmer and Krenzel. These tricks do not require sleights, but they all show the cunning perspective of a professional performer, guaranteeing astonishing and entertaining results.
Following in the footsteps of his Card College Light, Roberto Giobbi teaches the secrets of professional-caliber card magic, providing insights into the presentation, psychology and routining that make these simple tricks into...
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Thought of Card in BalloonLuca Volpe
Here is something amazing! Get ready to predicting things before they take place, and not only that, but having the prediction inside a balloon, which is the ultimate symbol of 'intact' as nothing can pass in or out. Luca and Titanas bring you the fundamentals and many bonuses for this incredible mind boggling concept!
You proceed to a complete stranger and hand them a balloon, ask them their name and also to name any card they want. They do so and you ask them to give the balloon a shake. They will hear something inside. You burst the balloon and inside there is only one card, which of course...
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The performer proposes an imaginary game of Blackjack. The stakes are high because the performer has made a sealed prediction which is kept in full view the entire time...
The cards are freely chosen - only thought of by the volunteer.
A sealed envelope is opened showing a prediction matching 100% correctly with the volunteers selection.
1st edition 2007; 8 pages.
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Turnover BendDee Christopher
The turnover bend is an incredibly powerful impromptu tool. This move allows you to easily work a perfect bend into a borrowed spoon or fork in plain sight.
Dee has been refining this technique for a number of years now and uses this bend at every engagement, you too will get fantastic mileage out of the bend and it's something that you can carry with you at all times.
If you ever do come across a spoon that you just can't bend, Dee has also included his Synthetic Arc suggestive spoon bend, an excerpt taken from the book Proximity Effects.
1st edition 2009; 9 pages.
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Romhany LecturePaul Romhany
Seven effects from Paul's professional act with magic ranging from stage, close-up to parlor effects for the real world magician. The effects include
1st edition 2009; 42 pages.
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Magicseen No. 25 (Mar 2009)Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Vol. 5, No. 1, March 2009; 72 pages.
Cover: Pete Firman
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Trick TacAlan Rorrison
Three sweet effects that pack small but play big.
Trick Tac is a simple routine in nature that packs a big punch. You introduce a packet of tictacs, then you ask the spectator to pour some of the mints out into their open hand but restrict how many they take from your view. What ever they do, they MUST NOT allow you to see in their hand. The spectator keeps this in mind and keeps every single tictac they have taken in a tight fist. However, you are able to tell them EXACTLY how many they have in there down to the last mint!
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Phoenix PeekScott Xavier
Arising from the ashes of many countless peeks and tears is the astonishing billet peek known as the "Phoenix". This peek was too large for just a DVD or a casual manuscript, so instead "Phoenix" has grown into this complete course on peeking, methodology, justifications, ethics, etc…
The "ash" that the "Phoenix" has risen from has got to be Scott's quest for a perfect billet peek that would replace the "classic" center tear. There have been a few peeks that have come before. But each peek has its strong and weak points. Perhaps you like this one best.
The Obsidian Oblique peek...
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