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Professional Performing AdviceAlan Alan
Two volumes and amongst the most valuable to the young performer who wants really practical professional advice right from the start. Alan Alan is one of the world's most highly paid escapologists and without revealing his very closest secrets he explains how the simplest stunt or effect can be built up into a great money-making act.
An extract from Alan Alan's death defying escape from a burning rope hanging over a cage of fierce lions is also included and completely analysed detail by detail by Alan Alan. Slightly muffled sound quality but the content is worth its weight in gold for anyone...
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Visual Card RiseRon Jaxon
Visual Card Rise was inspired by Martin Lewis's effect called Cardiographics. Like many magicians Ron wanted to find a close up version of this amazing effect. After some searching Ron couldn't find anything like it that had the visual strength of the original effect. He wanted the animation to look as real and magical as the original. VCR is the final result.
Visual Card Rise was released for purchase with pre-made...
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Rubik NotesMark Elsdon
Following on from the success of his Rubik Remembered DVD, this is Mark’s brand new ebook: Rubik Notes.
The Notes contain Mark’s full solution for Rubik’s Cube (His version of the Layer Method, originally devised by Rubik-Guru David Singmaster. You can achieve solve times below one minute with this method.) and are fully colour-illustrated to make learning as direct as possible. The solution is completely self-contained and you don’t need to own the Rubik Remembered DVD or indeed anything else to learn to solve Rubik’s Cube – everything is right here in the Notes.
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SqueezeTroels Holm & Tommy Wonder
Squeeze is a wonderful effect created by Tommy Wonder. A regular deck of cards is 'squeezed' into a miniture case. It is an incredibly visual effect and was published in the first volume of the Books Of Wonder on page 149.
The biggest problem with this effect is to prepare and build the props. In order to remove the time consuming design work Troels Holm has created the necessary drawings. These sheets make it easy for you to produce all the special items needed for this trick. However, keep in mind that even with these PDFs there is still a significant amount of work left to build all props and prepare...
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Fitch Cheney 5-Card Trick: for iPhonesChris Wasshuber
In 1950 mathematician and magician William Fitch Cheney Jr. published a two-person card trick. Some consider it the best mathematical card trick ever devised. The basic effect is as follows.
Five cards are randomly picked from a deck (can be a borrowed deck, an incomplete deck ... there is nothing marked or otherwise tricky with the deck) and given to the performer, who shows four of them to his performing partner. The partner sees nothing else except the four cards (no other signaling or silent codes), but promptly reveals the identity of the fifth card.
Obviously the identity of the...
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E-Z Square 2 (German)Werner Miller
Hier Werner Miller nimmt das 4x4 Quadrat in Angriff. (Im E-Z Square 1 geht es um das 5x5 Quadrat.). Sie werden eine neue Methode für das 4x4 Quadrat lernen bei dem Zuschauer zwei oder drei Zahlen vorgeben kann.
Die wertvollste Routine in diesem Heft ist die Bonusroutine. Eine neuartige Vorführung die Ihre Aufgabe erleichtert und es Ihnen erlaubt die Summe des Quadrates vorauszusagen. Der Effekt ist wie folgt:
Legen Sie ein Stoffmassband, wie es Schneider zum Vermessen verwenden, und eine Vorhersage auf den Tisch. Geben Sie die Vorhersage einem Zuschauer. Sie werden diese Vorhersage nie wieder berühren....
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E-Z Square 2Werner Miller
Here Werner Miller attacks the 4x4 square. (E-Z Square 1 deals with the 5x5 square.). You will learn a new and easy method to construct a 4x4 magic square starting with two or four given numbers.
The real gem in this manuscript is the bonus routine. It is a unique presentation which makes your work simpler and allows you to predict the sum of the square. The effect is as follows:
Take out a soft measuring tape of the kind tailors use (which has centimeters or inches marked on both sides), and a prediction. Give the prediction to a spectator for safekeeping. You will never touch it again. Have two...
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Vierundzwanzig halbautomatische Zaubertricks mit Karten vom Österreichischen 'Martin Gardner'. Wenn es darum geht die Mathematik und die Zauberkunst zu verbinden dann ist Werner Miller einer der bekanntesten und erfolgreichsten Spezialisten.
Erstausgabe 2006; 41 Seiten
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Alles Miller oder wasWerner Miller
Bevorzugen Sie Kartentricks, die (fast) von selbst gehen, damit Sie sich voll auf die Präsentation konzentrieren können? Wollen Sie Ihr Publikum als Rechengenie beeindrucken, ohne Ihre kleinen grauen Zellen dabei ernsthaft zu fordern? In diesem E-Book finden Sie ca. 90 neue Effekte, Routinen und Methoden für Kartenfreaks, Mentalisten und Rechenkünstler, alles ausschließlich halbautomatische Tricks ("Selbstgänger") ohne Fingerfertigkeit und ohne "Gehirnakrobatik".
Erstausgabe 2002; 105 Seiten
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Right Now is the name of Nefesch's new manuscript, and includes three mentalism effects, that you can do any time anywhere to convince people that you can really read their minds. These are effects you can peform anytime someone asks you: "READ MY MIND RIGHT NOW."
These are the effects included:
HOT (stands for Heads or Tails)
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Collectors Card CaseAndrew Loh
This is Andrew's handling of Roy Walton’s “The Collectors” plot. If you are familiar with his original plot, here, the magic moment takes place in the card case and it has served Andrew well over the years. He developed this handling while he was playing a number of “The Collectors” effects during the afternoon in the year of 2006.
Effect: The performer places three Kings in the card case. The performer then proceeds to have two spectators to freely choose two cards from the deck. The two selections are signed and lost in the deck. The performer waves his hand over the card case...
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Divide & ConjureAndrew Loh
Spectator Cuts the Aces with a truly different twist. It's very easy to do and highly entertaining...The four kings magically assemble to a single pile only to transform into four separate spectator selections!
"This is an excellent trick! One of your best yet!" - Peter Duffie1st edition 2010; 8 pages
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Lord of the RingsAndrew Loh
"This has an excellent presentation, making it a wonderfully entertaining card routine." - Peter DuffieFour cards are freely selected which represent the evil rings. Performer claims that among the four cards, only one card will represent the genuine ring and the performer attempts to mix the cards randomly in order to find out which card represents...
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Poker FaceMartin Adams
"Martin has taken an age old principle and finessed it into a modern and slick effect. Perfect to carry in your wallet." - Ben HarrisHave a spectator to think any playing card. Now you are able to reveal their freely thought of card in seconds. Poker Face comes with four routine ideas and the instructions for all the necessary gimmicks that you need to perform this miracle.
You can turn this into a prediction effect and you'll be able to predict their freely thought of card. You can always carry it with you.
Keypoints to remember:
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A Cut DeeperAldo Colombini
This is an ebook of card effects for the magician who's looking for strong impromptu card magic. It contains twenty-five new routines with just a regular deck of cards and as mentioned before, strictly impromptu.
Contributors: John Bragoli, Stephen Clark, Aldo Colombini, Tom Daugherty, Ken de Courcy, Paul Gordon, Tom Hubbard, Joe Hustler, Stewart James, Kinos, Paul Marcus, Max Maven, Peter Rees, Joe Riding, John Yeager.
1st edition 2008; 18 pages
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A Cut Above The RestAldo Colombini
35 new routines totally impromptu, with no set-ups or difficult sleight of hand used, and all the routines require just a regular deck of cards and all of them are very easy to do.
1st edition 2007; 24 pages
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Routined Manipulation FinaleLewis Ganson
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The Supplemental OORTPhilemon Vanderbeck
A continuation of the original volume, The Collected OORT, The Supplemental OORT continues its exploration of the subject of cold reading through 19 more essays by such authors as; Craig Browning, R. Lee Davis, Ian Fabian, Alain Gesbert, Brother Shadow, William Thomas, Philemon Vanderbeck, A. E. Waite, Larry White and Jon Why.
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Google Effect: for iPhonesAlan Rorrison
You ask the spectator to name any card that they like. No force is involved and it truly is a completely free choice. You then hand them your phone which has the Google search engine on the screen ready for the magic to happen. you ask them to type "what is my card?" or something similar into Google and hit the "Google search" button.
Now watch as their face drops. Google has not only told them what card they freely thought off but it has also brought up a full page full of search results linked to the card. They can even go into the images section and be greeted with pages of image results...
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Dracula Ebook Test: for iPhonesAlan Rorrison
"The easiest and most portable book test to date!" - Erik JanssonThe iPhone has loads of apps designed to do magic in the app store but there is one problem. None of them really are organic. As soon as you performed one of these effects with the phone everyone screams: "Its an app! Very clever but its an app". So here is one of the most organic apps on the market.
You show the spectator an ebook on your phone and run through how it works (scrolling etc,) for them... You let them see that every single page is different before you have a page randomly selected. You hold the phone face...
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Moment's Notice 2Cameron Francis
"Moment's Notice contained a superb collection of impromptu card effects. In this second volume, Cameron has done it again ... in fact, this second volume might even be better than the first, if that is at all possible!" - Peter Duffie
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It is a collection of 7 strong card effects by David Britland. You will find various effect themes from oil and water to sandwich, and from elevator to a whole lot of twisting.
1st edition 1983, original 20 pages; PDF 25 pages.
Table of Contents
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Master of the GameDavid Britland
Master of the Game is an amazing poker prediction which can be performed totally impromptu, with a spectator shuffled deck and with essentially no sleight-of-hand unless you consider crimping a card sleight-of-hand.
Imagine the following. A spectator shuffles an ordinary deck, perhaps his own. The performer tells of a strange dream in which he and the spectator played a simple game of cards. Furthermore, the performer has set down the details of the dream on a slip of paper which is sealed inside and envelope. The envelope is placed on the table where it remains for the rest of the routine. ...
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