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The most popular tricks are card tricks. Take a pack of cards and perform a miracle. Some of the masters whoes work you will find here are Dai Vernon, Tony Slydini, Roberto Giobbi and many many more. A pack of cards with its 52 pasteboards allows a shear infinite number of combinations and variations of card tricks. A philosophical question to ask would be if there are a finite number of card tricks possible or an infinite number. Looking at the amount of published card tricks it appears to be for all practical purposes infinite. Nevertheless the classic themes remain extremely popular and effective. It is hard to top a good ambitious card routine, card warp, oil and water, card to wallet (or other impossible locations), or torn and resored card etc. But occasionally we are blessed with the grace of a genius who gives us the gift of a completely new trick, concept or principle.

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Dustin Marks
Second from the Top by Dustin Marks

Get ready for a truly amazing two-part trick. Your spectator will cut the deck, peek at a card, and cut it back in the deck (no force). Like magic, you'll control their card to the second position in the deck and reveal it. You'll do it all over again. This time, your spectator will cut and shuffle the deck all by themselves, and - would you believe it? - their card will pop right back up in the exact same spot. And the best part? You won't even need to touch the deck once your spectator starts shuffling and cutting. Get ready to wow your audience!

1st edition 2024, PDF 14 pages.

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Vincent Gagnieux
Machine Learning by Vincent Gagnieux

Experience the fascinating blend of artificial intelligence and card magic with this intriguing routine. Watch as seemingly random guesses transform into astonishingly accurate predictions of card suits.

Imagine a spectator freely selects ten cards for an experiment. In the training phase, you boldly attempt to predict the suits of these cards using mere chance or intuition - your model's default policy. Initially, your guesses mostly miss the mark, but each miss serves as crucial data for refining your approach.

Next, armed with insights gained from the training, you meticulously adjust...

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Biagio Fasano
CoinDICEnce ACAAN by Biagio Fasano

An amazing self-working "Any Card At Any Number" effect, which uses two simple decks of cards, two dice and two chips to let fate play with dice.

This is an incredibly automatic card magic and mentalism effect, of the "Any Card At Any Number" genre, which uses two simple poker decks of 52 cards, two common six-sided number dice, and two casino chips bearing the words "SUIT" and "VALUE" on them.

The illusionist will call on a female spectator to help him as he explains how often throughout history both playing cards and dice may have influenced the fates of many men.

He will then present...

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Unnamed Magician
Dead Reckoning: on steroids by Unnamed Magician

The price will increase to $20 on July 21st, 2024.

"A really powerful spell-to-your-card effect. The title says it all, it is Bannon's "Dead Reckoning" except on steroids." - Tommaso Guglielmi

"For a long time I've been performing "Dead Reckoning" by John Bannon. It's one of my go-to effects in my repertoire. But that changed today. "Dead Reckoning: On Steroids" is a marvelous improvement on the original. It is unbelievably deceptive and impossible to reverse engineer, and it replaces "Dead Reckoning" in my repertoire. Thanks Unnamed Magician for this splendid creation." - Brian Draven

"The main effect...

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Dustin Marks
Automatic Placement: a deep dive by Dustin Marks

The Automatic Placement Principle, named and popularized by Ed Marlo, is a mathematical marvel that places the spectator's card into a known position in the deck, without sleights. I've created two amazing enhancements: First, the spectator shuffles the majority of the deck after looking at his card. Unbelievably, you still know the card's position without touching the deck! Second, you're now privy to the card's identity as well as its location. Both methods are presented as a glimpse into gambling strategies. These enhancements have many potentials for your card magic.

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Evan Kastor
Memfinity Deck: Memorising the Infinity Deck by Evan Kastor

Memfinity Deck: Memorising the Infinity Deck is a companion work for the Infinity Deck released by Craig Petty and Murphy's Magic. In this ebook, you will learn how to memorise every photograph in the deck using mnemonics. This is an easy process which takes just a couple of hours. Once you know this system, you can use it to learn most any list of objects. After you learn the photographs, you will learn some effects to do with your new skill - used in this way, it is as close to real mind reading as you can perform. Special thanks to Richard Osterlind for allowing the use of parts of his...

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Vincent Gagnieux
Twin Work by Vincent Gagnieux

A bunch of cards are removed from the deck after a few shuffles. The participant looks at them and freely selects one. All the cards are then mixed in a messy pile and "wash-shuffled".

Under these impossible conditions, you reach into the pile and dig out a single card: the mate of the participant's card.

  • No memory work
  • No marked cards
  • An alternative ending is explained

1st edition 2024, PDF 7 pages.

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Unnamed Magician
Competition: a chance to win $200 by Unnamed Magician

This ebook is a challenge / puzzle PDF. You, the buyer, have the opportunity to win $200 USD, in addition to (eventually) learning the method behind the effect that the competition is about.

In the PDF you will find a performance video to an effect - a card location effect. If you manage to find the correct solution before any other buyer does, you will be rewarded $200 USD (via PayPal). Each buyer gets exactly one guess. All guesses are to be posted in the secret forum - so each buyer can read any previous guesses.

The PDF will be available for sale for exactly 4 weeks, after which...

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Biagio Fasano & Marco di Biase
Hyper-Sensitive Mentalism by Biagio Fasano & Marco di Biase

A new Mentalism effect, as impromptu as it is inexplicable!

This is a simple Mentalism effect, incomprehensible to the audience and executable on virtually any occasion, as it uses eight simple cards that can be drawn from any deck. The Mentalist, with his back turned or blindfolded without any make-up, asks a spectator to think of any card and draw it from the deck, together with any seven other cards with which it will be shuffled by herself. She will divide the pack between her own hands, holding in each four face down cards.

At her pleasure, she will turn face up of the two bundles...

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Dustin Marks
The 7 Choices by Dustin Marks

This effect has sparked strong reactions. Ideal for magicians who enjoy improvisational magic, with the spectator at the core, this act hinges on your acting skills. It's a perfect tool to enhance your performance abilities. There is no setup, easy to do, and it can be repeated immediately with different results.

Two versions: One with a marked deck and one with a very sneaky force you probably do not know.

1st edition 2024, PDF 7 pages.

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Unnamed Magician
Rain Man Trilogy by Unnamed Magician

The Unnamed Magician is releasing all three of his Rain Man ebooks as a single ebook - hence the title "Trilogy." Read on.

This ebook is primarily for those who don't own any of the aforementioned three Rain Man ebooks but want to purchase all of them. If, however, you only want to purchase one of them, then you are better off buying that one by itself.

As mentioned, in this ebook you will learn all three. You can read the effect description for each one in its respective link above. For one of them (Rain Man Again), there is even a performance video available (both in its respective...

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Unnamed Magician
Your Thought Is Mine by Unnamed Magician

The price will increase to $20 on July 8th, 2024.

"I've been performing this over the past few days and more than one spectator has been convinced that I possess ESP. It's that strong." - Tommaso Guglielmi

"Another phenomenal effect by the Unnamed Magician. If you like thought of card tricks or coincidence tricks, this is a steal for the price." - Tony Bianco

A truly remarkable coincidence. A deck is shuffled and divided into two halves. The spectator thinks of a card in their half, the magician thinks of a card in his half, and when the two halves are simultaneously dealt through, the two cards...

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Davide Rubat Remond
Undercover Jokers by Davide Rubat Remond

Undercover Jokers is a totally improvised and self-working card-magic effect that can be performed with a borrowed and freely shuffled deck, with the addition of the two Jokers. It tells the action of two investigative jokers acting undercover in search of a particular pair of cards, two figures representing two dangerous fugitives. The last sighting takes place inside a small, mysterious, and crowded club, the Card Club, popular with magicians and gamblers. After identifying and capturing the first criminal among the many people in the club, the two jokers, thanks to their intuition gained...

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Mojo Vudu by Bob Farmer

The spectator names any card. No force. No equivoque. He can change his mind. It will be a different card every time.

The card's meaning has been predicted by a voodoo fortune teller. There is only one prediction and it is in full view at all times.

No sleights. No memorization. No mathematics. Instant reset. Nothing added or taken away. Practically works itself.

1st edition 2024, PDF 18 pages.

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Dustin Marks
Your Secret Weapon: The Corner Short Card by Dustin Marks

An in-depth look at the corner short card.

This eBook will delve into the secret world of corner short cards, thoroughly explaining what they are, how to make them, their remarkable capabilities, and six astounding effects using them. If you're unfamiliar with the concept of a corner short card, prepare to uncover a potent tool ready to revolutionize your skill set. Corner short cards, the weapon of countless leading card experts, provide magicians with an undetectable method of controlling cards, enabling the creation of miracles.

1st edition 2024, PDF 28 pages.

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Biagio Fasano
Capturing Bonnie and Clyde by Biagio Fasano

An intriguing and fooler card effect, completely impromptu and self-working.

This is a new self-working, impromptu, card effect, always performable, even with a borrowed deck: the illusionist briefly tells the story of the very famous criminal couple Bonnie & Clyde, who operated in the 1930s in the United States with their own gang. The deck of cards, shuffled by the spectator, will represent the inhabitants of the state of Louisiana, among whom hid the men and women who were part of the gang of gangsters most hunted by the police. The magician will thus form three piles of cards to represent...

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Koo Hu
Performer's ACAAN by Koo Hu

This is not a trick but a performance piece.

  • A trick has the performance wrapped within the secret or the method of the trick.
  • A performance piece has the secret or the method wrapped within the performance.

It is called Performer's ACAAN because

  • This ACAAN looks way bigger in comparison to how conventional ACAANs are approached
  • It allows to you get a minimum of seven people to participate / play from their seats and only one of them joins you on stage.
  • It also allows you to move among the audience, get close to them, thus ensuring ample audience engagement and more elbow room...
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Unnamed Magician
Totally Impossible Location Again by Unnamed Magician

A location of a selected card under true test conditions. The deck is shuffled before and after the selection ... yet the card can be located. It's fooled many well-versed magicians, so laymen don't stand a chance. Read on. (There is a full performance video with a spectator attached below as well.)

Imagine:

The magician introduces a deck of cards - he spreads it face-up to show that all the cards are different. The spectator is invited to thoroughly examine and shuffle the deck.

The magician then explains (as he gives a demonstration) that they are to select a card by simply cutting...

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Vincent Gagnieux
Russian Roulette by Vincent Gagnieux

EFFECT

One bullet. Six chambers. One Ace of Spades. Six positions among five red cards. You give the cards to the participant for examination. The participant secretly inserts the "bullet" into one of the six chambers and hands you back the "gun".

The cards lie on your wide-open hand, you don't even look at them. You look at the participant. He knows where the bullet is. As you deal the first card face up, you say: "clic". The card is red. Empty chamber.

You keep looking at your participant. How does he feel about the next one? You deal the next one face up. Red card, empty chamber....

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Madame de la Grange was Here by Bob Farmer

It's never been done before because it's never been possible until now and now you can predict the assisting spectator's actual beliefs. For the kicker, a second prediction nails any card of 52 the spectator names!

There have been no other predictions like these in the history of magic and mentalism. No sleights. No memorization. Instant reset. No refills. It can be a different card every time. Nothing added and nothing taken away.

Also included as part of the The Bammo I Don't Know Wallet Dossier 5.0, so get it there or get it here.

You will need a deck of cards, a Sharpie, and a Himber or Z-fold wallet.

1st edition...

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Unnamed Magician
Rain Man Yet Again by Unnamed Magician

Note: For those of you who own Rain Man and Rain Man Again, this uses a completely different method.

Imagine:

The magician and the spectator are seated together at a table. The magician introduces a deck of cards, which he hands to the spectator - they are asked to examine and shuffle it thoroughly. Once they're done shuffling, the magician takes back the deck and holds it. He says, "I want you to generate a random number between 1 and 52. Of course, I could have you name one, but then you may think I psychologically influenced you towards a particular number or that I relied on you to think of a popular...

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Raphaël Czaja
Infinity by Raphaël Czaja

An effortless variation on the ACAAN plot where a thought-of card is found at the magician's predicted number.

The magician writes down a prediction on a business card before asking the spectator to make up a playing card:

  • First, the magician divides the deck into two piles and the spectator decides which one will be the ''value'' pile and which one will be the ''suit'' pile.
  • Then, the magician deals the top cards of each pile at the same time and keeps dealing the next cards until the spectator orders him to stop.
  • Finally, the spectator uses the cards he stopped at and combines the...
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Unnamed Magician
The Exception by Unnamed Magician

The trick that fooled the best cardmen in the world.

"'The Exception' totally fooled me. The method is diabolical. All the avenues to explanation are blocked. That's what an impossible location is supposed to do. And this trick does it." - Mike Powers

"'The Exception' is composed of several known and reliable methods arranged in a way that will make them unrecognizable to most students of card magic methodology. If you are looking for something quick and easy to add to your existing strolling set, this is probably not for you. However, if you're a fan of impossible locations that employ an ordinary...

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Biagio Fasano
The 7th Card Mystery by Biagio Fasano

An impromptu and self-working Card Magic trick, always ready to perform with any deck.

This is an incredible impromptu and automatic card magic effect, which uses seven cards, taken at random from the deck. A spectator chooses only one of these and, by mentally answering questions posed by the magician, will shuffle the deck according to his own thoughts and will. The illusionist will then announce that, one by one, all the cards that end up at the top of the pack, returned to him by the spectator, will be eliminated at the end of each series of further shuffles that he will personally...

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Gerald Edmundson
Power of the Svengali by Gerald Edmundson

The Svengali deck has been a pitchman item for years. Gerald admires the skill of the Svengali pitchman. They handle the deck and do amazing tricks to sell the deck to bystanders. But Gerald's writing is not a treatise on "pitching" the Svengali. His purpose in using the Svengali is different from the pitchman's.

In Power of the Svengali, Gerald explores how to handle the Svengali as an ordinary deck, not as a special gaffed deck to sell. The power of the Svengali comes from its ability to produce tricks not possible except by advanced sleight of hand. Even skillful sleight of hand can...

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Edward Marlo & Wesley James
MINT 1975 - 1976 Annotated by Edward Marlo & Wesley James

The Annotated M.I.N.T. series continues and nears completion. Thanks to Ed Marlo and Wesley James, M.I.N.T III, IV, V, VI, and Annotated M.I.N.T. 1963 - 1974 are already available. After releasing M.I.N.T III through VI, and Annotated M.I.N.T 1963, 64, 65, 66, 67, and 68, then combined year volumes, 1969-1974, the articles in this volume again depart. It includes the years 1975-1976 - comprised of somewhat longer Marlo explorations. As Wesley progresses toward completing the full run of Marlo In New Tops material, plus his extensive annotations, observations, and Bonus material, he wanted...

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Mark Leveridge
Parade of the Kings Revisited by Mark Leveridge

This is a revised version of the classic Parade Of The Kings packet trick from the 1970s.

Four blue-backed cards are counted face down and the performer explains that these are the four Kings. Two spectators between them decide on one of the Kings. Immediately the magician spreads the cards to reveal the chosen King has now magically turned face up.

But there is a further surprise when the back of this King is shown to have also now changed to red.

Then there is a final kicker when the other three face-down Kings are turned face up to reveal they are in fact three blank-faced cards...

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Peter Pellikaan
JJJJ by Peter Pellikaan

A fast-paced series of color changes. Blank cards turn into Jacks, change their backs twice, revert to blank cards, and then for the climax they turn into Jokers.

You will need some double-blank cards, Jacks with different backs, and Jokers with matching backs.

1st edition 2024, video 5:10.

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Stewart James
Remembering the Future by Stewart James

An award-winning, impromptu, self-working card miracle.

EFFECT: A borrowed deck of cards may be used. A member of the audience predicts something that two other spectators will do before they know what they will do.

Anyone in the audience calls "stop" at any time as you deal off the cards, one by one. This card is not shown but held by anyone, back to the audience, so there can be no switch. Two other persons each take a portion of the remainder of the deck, a free choice. These cards are counted. When the stopped at card is turned around, it is found that it had predicted the totals...

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Peter Pellikaan
Shiftless Shift Count by Peter Pellikaan

You show, one by one, red and black cards perfectly mixed. That is, you show a red card, then a black card, then a red card, a black card, and so on, until you have shown 8 cards. But when you are done with showing the interleaved cards they are already separated.

This count is perfect for an oil and water routine or any other situation where you need to show cards mixed, but in the process of showing them mixed, they are being separated.

1st edition 2024, video 3:00.

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Peter Pellikaan
Pelli Spread by Peter Pellikaan

The Pelli Spread is a move that allows you to show several cards in a spread or small fan while hiding one card. A similar type of move, although the mechanics are different, is the Ascanio Spread.

1st edition 2024, video 5:20.

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Ian Baxter
Three Daley Deceits by Ian Baxter

Doctor Jacob Daley was one of the most respected sleight-of-hand artists of the twentieth century. This acclaimed New York performer left the magic fraternity an astonishing cache of published works, from the acclaimed Stars Of Magic series to prized entries in assorted books and magazines.

Three Daley Deceits offers a new look at three of the Doctor's most celebrated card mysteries, carefully revised by Australian cardman Ian Baxter.

Daley's Aces - In Spades is Baxter's spin on this ever-popular transposition. The four Aces from the deck are slowly and deliberately placed on the table, Hearts and Diamonds...

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Unnamed Magician
Move a Card: a new approach to a classic plot by Unnamed Magician

For those of you who own Move a Card: The 'Holy Grail' Method for a Classic Plot, you will already own this product (see the second half of your PDF) - so do not purchase this product.

Imagine:

The magician introduces a deck of cards. He spreads it face-up to display that all the cards are in fact different. He then says, "I want you to shuffle the cards, but in such a way where you can be absolutely certain that the order of the cards is completely randomized. I don't want there to be any trace of a stack or set-up left behind, as this is going to be a memory demonstration. They say it takes about 7 riffle shuffles to truly randomize the...

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Richard Southall
Binary Bucket List by Richard Southall

A binary method with a twist that makes it incomprehensible.

EFFECT: Three spectators select an item off your Bucket List. You show them four short lists and for each list, they are asked if they see their chosen item. Spectator one is asked to answer truthfully and spectator two is told they can either lie or tell the truth but they are not to tell you which they choose. Spectator three is told to only answer silently in their mind. Despite these increasingly more difficult conditions you are able to reveal all three selections.

I have been creating binary effects for a couple of years...

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Sam Dalal
Card Tricks for Audiences That Don't Like Cards by Sam Dalal

If you think packet card effects are "hot", but some of your audience don't, you should read this book. Many very good packet card effects do not find favor with some audiences. Kids don't understand playing cards. Teenagers of the fairer sex just don't "dig" card tricks (or most magic tricks for that matter). Many ladies will hide a polite yawn. As will some gentlemen when preoccupied with more "spiritual" pastimes.

But a slight twist in the tale could change their perception. And this is what this manuscript aims at. Here are your (and my) favorite packet tricks, "dressed to please"....

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Unnamed Magician
The SSSB Principle by Unnamed Magician

This ebook is not about any particular effect but rather is about a principle that you can apply to certain types of effects in order to double their fool factor. The principle makes it possible to create the illusion of a shuffle where a shuffle wouldn't otherwise be possible. There are many effects in which the deck can only be cut at the end (not shuffled). With the application of this principle, you can create the illusion of a shuffle. Best of all, the illusion can be created with the spectator themself shuffling.

That's not to say this principle can be applied to just any effect....

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Peter Pellikaan
4 as 8 count by Peter Pellikaan

You count 8 cards but in fact are only showing four cards, hiding four other cards in the process.

1st edition 2024, video 4:15.

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Biagio Fasano
Twist and Shout Ritual by Biagio Fasano

An amazing magic ritual that, performed with the audience, will invariably lead to success. Actually, a self-working, impromptu card magic effect, which uses four simple cards taken at random from the deck and results in an amazing "ritual," which can also be performed in close-up or on a stage, or remotely, even over the phone, and which will never fail to amaze the entire audience involved!

Four very common playing cards are used, taken at random from a deck of cards, and with which the illusionist, at the same time as one, dozens, or hundreds of spectators (each supplied with four different...

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Sam Dalal
Wild Card Variations by Sam Dalal

The Wild Card effect has been one of my favorite packet effects from as far back as I can remember and is indisputably one of the best card packet effects of all time. Unfortunately, in its original form, it does not meet my concept of good magic. It does not answer the basic audience dilemma - "Why does he do it ?"

I know transformations (anything that changes) are part of a magic effect, but there ought to be some reason for it. If a performer changes blank paper to currency notes, that's logical, it's something everyone in the audience would like to do. If he changes a silk to an egg,...

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Mago Marko
Impromptu Card Tricks by Mago Marko

In this fantastic ebook, you'll find the truly impromptu tricks found in The Encyclopedia of Card Tricks, together with dozens of notes not found in the original. These notes add new and interesting tricks and fresh ideas for presentation and even patter in some instances. But that's not all. We have added many illustrations that help clarify the description of certain tricks. Another thing we have done is adding, in some cases, the original advertisements that were used to sell these tricks when they were put on sale way back then.

Truly impromptu means that you take a normal shuffled deck and immediately, with no preparation...

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Shaun Yee
Cardwitched by Shaun Yee

Excerpt from the foreword:

This is my second book on visual card magic. Like my other book Cards in Action, this book contains completely original sleights, routines and my own handling of some well-known effects.

You will find that most of the material is not too difficult to do, as in most of my card work, I usually employ sleights which are easy and angle-proof. Of course, practise is necessary in order to perform the feats smoothly, faultlessly, and convincingly. Good things never do seem to come easy.

I have included many of my "gems", and I am, of course, justly proud of my creations and...

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Shaun Yee
Cards in Action by Shaun Yee

Excerpt from the introduction:

This is a book on card magic. It is not for the all-thumbs newcomer as the effects and routines contained herein require the ability to execute smoothly, various sneaky sleights such as the deceptive buckle-count, the convincing false-shuffle, the confusing multiple-cut, the quiet side-steal, the casual double-lift and so on.

Though this book deals primarily with sleight-of-hand effects and routines, a really effective magical programme of card entertainment should be well-balanced with sleight-of-hand tricks and one or two non-sleight effects. By the latter,...

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Unnamed Magician
Double Miracle by Unnamed Magician

An impromptu, gimmick-free, borrowed deck miracle. A location and divination of a selected card under test conditions. Read on.

Imagine:

The magician introduces a deck of cards. The spectator can thoroughly examine it, after which they can freely shuffle it for as long as they want in any way that they want.

Once they're done shuffling, the magician invites them to look through the deck (faces towards themself, backs towards the magician) and select any two cards that they like. Let's suppose they select the two black A's. They turn these face-up and leave them on the table.

Next,...

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Biagio Fasano & Laura Chips
Blackbeard's Treasure by Biagio Fasano & Laura Chips

It is an amazing automatic card magic effect that uses an ordinary deck of 54 cards (complete with the two jokers) and a pair of dice (which can also just be imagined by the spectators).

It tells the story of a pirate, the map of his island, and the magic dice he used to find his legendary treasure, in a crescendo of suspense, until the unexpected final surprise.

Completely self-working but with a surprising ending that will fool magicians too!

1st edition 2024, PDF 7 pages.

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Bill Hallahan
Mathematical Stacks by Bill Hallahan

Bracelet sequences and algorithmic stacks.

Mathematical Stacks contains a collection of various stacks made with 52 standard playing cards. Although some routines and presentations are mentioned, the book is not predominately about either routines or presentations. The very few presentations listed in this book are generally the bare minimum to demonstrate an effect.

The book contains stacks with bracelet sequences and built-in routines. The book includes stacks with binary bracelet sequences, e.g. a red-black suit bracelet sequence, where six consecutive cards identify the cards. Some...

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Ray Grismer
The Punch Letters by Ray Grismer

Instructions, routines, tips, and ideas for a card punch.

This is a series of letters to a fictitious E.N. Igami ('imagine' when read reversed) with information on how to use a card punch and what can be done with it, particularly from a conjurer's perspective. It is one of the few resources available on card punches. It also reproduces a few passages from older books that cover punch work.

Several gambling demonstrations are detailed, including a Dai Vernon Bridge Deal as well as poker and blackjack routines. Other routines have more of a mental slant. Ray Grismer also explains his system for placement...

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Mark Leveridge
Colour Confusion by Mark Leveridge

A blue-backed deck is openly displayed and one card is selected from the face-down deck. Cutting the selection back into the pack and shuffling the deck, the performer offers to find the selection quickly and effectively.

Snapping his fingers over the deck, he turns the cards face down and spreads through the entire deck to reveal that every card back has changed from blue to red, except for just one card, and that turns out to be the selected card!

No sleight of hand is required, this is designed to instantly re-set in front of the spectators and everything takes place up in your hands,...

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