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Sam Dalal
All you wanted to know about Change Bags and 101 Tricks you can do with them by Sam Dalal

To the average magician, a Change bag is a device like a collection bag, that changes a couple of silks, ribbons, rope or other similar items. Well, there are several varieties of those, with short handles for one hand operation, and longer ones for two hand operation, with single and double compartments (for a double change), with zippers to poke your hand through - Sam Dalal has made over a dozen varieties of this for his Magic service. But there are many other types of "change bags" like draw string bags and ladies' purses, paper "pop bags", mesh shopping bags and crystal clear bags, some...

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Ananta Deb Banerjee
Designed to Deceive by Ananta Deb Banerjee

Mr. Deb was initiated into magic at an early age. As a teenager, he was inspired by the Late P.C. Sorcar’s Magic Shows, and soon started performing his own magic shows in local clubs on many occasions. He developed an interest in the 'mechanics' of tricks and started making his own props in his own small home workshop. He gained a wealth of knowledge by avidly reading a wide variety of books on this subject.

The eight effects described in this ebook are mechanical self-working props, that "do" the magic. The performer has little else to do, once the props are ready, than pull the correct...

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Soumya Deb
Soumya's Brainstorm by Soumya Deb

Soumya Deb is one of the most prolific magic ideas-men it has been Sam Dalal's privilege to come across. Sam has been inundated by contributions from him. He has regularly sent several contributions for every Electro Fun Update, although space and the requirements of variety restrict the publication to a small fraction of his ideas.

When Sam told Soumya they would put out his better ideas in book form, he again received twice as much material as they could possibly use. This ebook brings you the best and most practical of his "brain storms" spanning from novel card tricks to easy to make...

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Devin Knight
A Knight of Magic by Devin Knight

The lecture notes from Devin Knight's 2009 tour. More than a set of lecture notes this is almost a complete book in itself! Features mind-boggling effects including cards and mentalism. Effects that fooled the majority of magicians in attendance. These notes also contain directions for some of Devin's marketed effects that would cost your several hundred dollars to buy with props and tells you how to make them.

Includes such effects:

  • Sanda-Panda Box
  • Deal or No Deal
  • Hollow Light Bulb Effects
  • Paint Can Surprise
  • Streamlined Koran Paper Tear
  • Poker Tells
  • and others...
This ebook includes...
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Stephen Tucker
Compendium by Stephen Tucker

A mind-shattering collection of close-up magic. You will encounter 50 fantastic effects. 27 are novel and original card miracles. 8 are with coins and the other 15 utilize such objects as sponge balls, keys, pens, ESP cards, bottles, matches, and more.

Many illustrations accompany the text and all effects detailed are within the reach of the average performer.

1st edition 1984, 101 pages; 1st digital edition 2011, PDF 119 pages.

Table of Contents

  • Cards
    1. Intro
    2. Kidnapped
    3. Plotting His Course
    4. Profile
    5. Two Faced
    6. Beauty As Well As Brains
    7. And The Winner Is...
    8. Viewpoints
    9. A Vision...
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Aldo Colombini
Karl Fulves' The Chronicles by Aldo Colombini

Karl Fulves' legendary magazine The Chronicles was limited to 36 issues, from 1978 to 1988, during those ten years some of the finest close-up magic of the period was explained in its pages. From the magazines, with permission from Karl, Aldo has selected ten routines; just a small portion of that outstanding collection.


  • COIN ENTRAPPED (Mike Skinner): Two coins are on a card box. One is selected by a spectator and penetrates the cellophane.
  • ROYAL BACKS (Jeff Busby): Five cards with backs on both sides change into a Royal Flush in Spades.
  • THE SPECTRUM EFFECT (Fr. Cyprian): You select two cards, the...
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Stephen Tucker
The Immaculate Conceptions by Stephen Tucker

13 close-up effects from the twisted mind of Stephen Tucker.

35 pages.

Table of Contents

  1. Tucker Trip
  2. Cluster
  3. Foiled
  4. Small Change
  5. Half & Half
  6. Abort
  7. Xact
  8. Hypno
  9. Omni
  10. Satan’s Card
  11. Domino Match
  12. Whoops
  13. Malfunction
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Kevin Schaller
Encore: three easy effects by Kevin Schaller

Encore by Kevin Schaller teaches you three easy to do effects with playing cards, a paperclip and a mobile phone.

MOBILE COIN - a very deceptive transposition of a signed coin and the battery of your mobile phone. It’s a very easy trick that uses no gimmicks and is almost impromptu.

SEARCH & DESTROY - A paperclip that is clipped to the card box vanishes and reappears on the selected card.

EDGY - The back and front of your prediction changes so it matches with the chosen card.

All the tricks are easy to do and don't need magnets, threads or big gimmicks. Learn three easy yet effective...

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R. Shane
Automata: Beyond Self-Working Magic by R. Shane

From the preface:

Self-working magic, if you won't hold the pun against me, is a tricky thing.

Some will tell you, as I will, that there is no such thing as truly self-working magic. That is true. Every trick, regardless of method, requires a presentation, a character, a flow of action to become more than a trick, to become an effect. With the proper method, it may become an effect worth doing. But in the beginning, it's just a trick.

And tricks, well, tricks can truly be self-working.

But do we really need another book of self-working tricks? Hasn't all the good stuff been done...

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R. Shane
Tractare by R. Shane

In Tractare (a Latin word that means "to handle") the exploration of unusual effects continues. Tractare features magic that is easy to do, based on a subtlety or simple move, but nothing that really requires sleights or finger flinging. Here you are able to beguile your audiences while making them smile, laugh, engage and become part of your show.

From the preface:

This being a magic book, it's only appropriate to begin with a trick question:

What's a sleight?

Careful; I told you it was a trick question.

Forgetting dictionary definitions for the moment, as magicians we can rattle...

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Jim Sisti
Grandpa's Fruit Knives by Jim Sisti

From the introduction:

One of the things that I had to come to grips with when I became a full-time professional performer more than 20 years ago was that I needed to stop focusing on tricks that I liked and had to find ones that my spectators liked. I also decided to try and make my presentations less expositional ("Watch this coin…" kind of stuff) and more about personal expression – letting the audience get to know me perhaps a little bit better as a result of the magic.

This manuscript is the result of my explorations into the Color-Changing Knives. I always loved the trick but...

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Anitha and Sreenivas
Combined Inspirations by Anitha and Sreenivas

This ebook, profusely illustrated, is the combined work of the husband-wife team of the Sreenivases. It contains 13 original and highly performance worthy routines with cards, coins, elastic hair bands (a more visible variation of elastic rubber bands), and a silk routine.

As Sreenivas says in his forward ...

"This is my fourth publishing event. The first two were my Linking Ring One Man Parades in 1989 and 1993. The third was my book Card Circus in this Indian Show case Series.

Combined Inspirations is not a book of advanced sleights like my first book. This is a collection of tricks...

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TC Tahoe
TC Tahoe Re-Thinks Vol. 9: Out To Lunch by TC Tahoe

Re-Thinks is a new series of eBooks from TC Tahoe.

This ebook does not just include some of TC's favorite routines with the classic Out To Lunch principle, but also a new handling!

First published in 2008 in "Lunch is Served"; 1st digital edition 2012; 19 pages.

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Wolfgang Riebe
The Complete Works by Wolfgang Riebe

Wolfgang Riebe has been one of the most successful professional magicians in the world during the last 30 years with appearances in over 165 countries. This is not just an ebook on prestidigitation, but original routines and ideas that work. A unique feature is that most tricks have video links where you can see Wolfgang perform the effects and routines he shares. So you are not buying an ebook on 'theory', but on practical magic that works. As a bonus he shares links to select online teach-in videos too.

This is a man who has achieved a number of firsts in the magic world, had over 200 TV...

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Scott Xavier
I Always Get Stuck With The Bill by Scott Xavier

A magician stands before the crowd. He borrows a dollar bill from a spectator. The bill is given to another spectator, who is working as the security guard for this trick. The pseudo-security guard records the serial number from the bill onto a large dry erase board so everyone can experience the magic to come. A third spectator is given a paper bag and a knife.

The magician then asks for the bill to be placed inside of a small dish. The bill is dowsed with lighter fluid and then ignited with a barbecue lighter. The bill bursts into flames and eventually settles into a burned mess of ashes. ...

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Don Alan
Close-Up Time with Don Alan by Don Alan

When Don Alan first worked at Schuliens Bar in Chicago, everyone highly praised his work and his fresh, new approach. He went on to set the standard for close-up magic. This ebook provides a group of solid Don Alan close up tricks: Flash Production Sponge Ball, Riffle Time Force, Subtle One Way Deck, Keep Your I On Your Hat, Wax in Matchbox, Inflation Pencil, Card in Egg, Bread Sandwich, Bill in Orange, Stuck Up Card, and more.

1st edition 1951, 20 pages; digital edition 2012, 23 pages.

★★★★★ $7.95
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Eugene E. Gloye
Fantastic Tricks with Plastic Cups by Eugene E. Gloye

Many magicians get their greatest pleasure out of making their own tricks - and there is no form of construction easier or less costly than working with plastic cups. For the man who likes to make his own - no workshop is needed for these easy to construct effects. Over thirty tricks you can make for pennies each. Good magic, low cost. Illustrated.

  • The fake bottom cup
  • Variations of the fake bottom cup
  • The cup with a secret compartment
  • The foo cup

1st edition 1976, 52 pages; digital edition 2012, 42 pages.

★★★★ $6.95
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Clettis Musson
Minute Magic by Clettis Musson

This is all close up, intimate magic, with very little preparation, props you can find in any home, no expense, no skillful sleight of hand needed. It is called 'Minute Magic' because it is ready in a minute, for use at a moment's notice. Tricks with pop corn, sugar, bread, olives, salt, pepper, string, money, paper, gold fish, etc. 36 effects in all. Illustrated.

1st edition 1953, 36 pages; digital edition 2012, 35 pages.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Magic Pop Corn
  3. Sugar From Bread
  4. Tantalizing Tissue
  5. Flash Change
  6. Speedy Ring Vanish
  7. Can You Do It?
  8. A Startling Production
  9. Out...
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Karrell Fox
Clever Like A Fox by Karrell Fox

Karrell Fox was an extremely successful magician. He was probably the first to appear at trade shows as magician and even had a touring show for Ford Motor company. His success can partly be attributed to the many characters he developed perfectly suited for different venues and occasions: 'Milky' the Clown, Prof. 'Mix-up', 'Wow' the Wizard, W. C. Fields, and 'Just Plain' Karrell.

Here you will find lots of great ideas spanning the gamut from card and mental magic to stage and platform effects. Throughout you will find many photos of Karrell Fox - a pleasant picture show of the life of a...

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Martin Breese
Al Koran: The Unique Years by Martin Breese

This ebook - compiled and edited by Martin Breese - gathers together all of Al Koran's magazine articles from The Magic Wand, The Gen, The Wizard and Pentagram. It also features virtually all of the commercial effects that Al released via the Unique magic Studio in London. Included as well are the effects that Al released himself whilst living in the USA.

The ebook includes a great introduction and article about Al Koran by the mentalist Peter Zenner. Al Koran: The Unique Years is illustrated throughout by Phil Shaw and has a cover designed by Paul Griffin.

This 200 page, ebook has countless illustrations. Still available are all of...

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Dave Arch
Tricks for Trainers Volume 1 by Dave Arch

57 tricks and teasers guaranteed to add magic to your presentations! Many require no props, or use commonly found objects. Others can be easily made. Your training applications are as unlimited as your imagination!

Do you find it difficult to get and hold participants' attention in your training sessions? Do you get bored presenting the same material? This ebook is full of proven "magic" tricks that make you look great as a trainer. Many of these tricks are immediately useable with little practice and no props.

There are five major sections to the ebook:

  • Eleven great BRAIN TWISTERS ...
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Dave Arch
Tricks for Trainers Volume 2 by Dave Arch

Do you find it difficult to get and hold participants' attention in your training sessions? Do you get bored presenting the same material? This second volume in the Tricks for Trainers Series is full of even more "proven" magic tricks that make you look great as a trainer. Many of these tricks are immediately useable with little practice and no props.

There are six major sections to the ebook:

  • Ten tricks that REQUIRE NO PROPS
  • Eight different BRAINTWISTERS
Let this...
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Dave Arch
Tricks for Trainers Volume 3 by Dave Arch

57 tricks & techniques to grab and hold the attention of any audience, and get magical results!

"Drawn from my monthly column in the Creative Training Techniques Newsletter and from my Puzzlers For Presenters feature on the Creative Training Techniques Web Site, here are 57 ALL NEW openers, closers, energizers and review techniques designed to increase the involvement and consequently the content retention of your participants." - Dave Arch

Will your next presentation be a success? Will participants be actively involved and interested in your session? Most importantly, will they retain...

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Dave Arch
Magic Tricks To Amaze Yourself by Dave Arch

When 99¢ per minute phone calls were all the rage, and the charges would simply be added onto your phone bill, Dave Arch audio recorded a magic show that he made available through one of the 99¢ per minute phone services. The ebook contains the scripts for the 19 magic tricks that were his show. Additionally you will get a recording of the entire show as MP3. If you're doing the math . . . at 2 minutes per magic trick and 19 magic tricks, you'd be paying $37.62 to enjoy the entire show (and worth every penny). How you choose to use the show in this ebook and audio recording is completely...

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