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A collection of ten astonishing tricks, all done with a regular deck and basic card magic knowledge. Everything is nicely photo illustrated.
Hi-Jack! - A goofy prediction turns into a deadly one-two punch of visual changes.
Peach! - Check out this brand new take on the classic 'Princess Card Trick', that ends with you revealing the actual thought of card, and then changing all the others to Aces.
Chip-Shot! - A reworked multi-phase Daley's Last Transposition routine, routined as a 'follow the leader' and wrapped up in a gambling presentation, featuring a top-secret handling for the...
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Virtual VisitationsJon Racherbaumer
Diving into double-back transits.
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Dreamwork 2Jon Racherbaumer
This short compilation follows on the heels of another compilation titled Dreamwork. Both relate to Bob Hummer's "The Midreader's Dream." Bob Hummer introduced to the magic world many interesting principles and effects. One of the first to make a splash was introduced in 1952. The dreamy dealer ad seemed too good to be true: A spectator merely thinks of a card and then performs a few, unseen dealing procedures with a deck of cards. The magician, whose back was turned throughout these actions, turns and faces the spectator. He takes the deck, briefly scans the cards, and consults a "dream book." He then names...
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Bammo BlackJack BushwhackBob Farmer
Two sets of nine cards are shuffled by the spectator and the magician as part of a Blackjack aptitude test. The spectator even shuffles the magician's cards. When dealt out, the spectator has nothing but the magician's cards form a magic square summing to 21 horizontally, vertically and diagonally.
When you try this, you will see the astounding impact it has on an audience. You must be the greatest card cheat of all time - after all, the spectator shuffled all the cards and you never looked at them, he did everything you did, there was no hint of sleight of hand or cheating, yet you knocked...
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A collection of magic tricks using your card case.
This booklet has it all - from visual routines to the purely baffling, with detailed instructions on how to make the gimmicks required for the 8 killer ideas that you will be performing in no time.
Visually change a mini card that is stapled to your card case. Heal burn marks on signed cards and the box. Make your spectators visually see the deck expand, so much so it won't fit back in the box. Expose a 'secret slit' in your card box, before it magically seals up when a spectator tries it.
These routines are just a sample of the effects...
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A "Horse Race" in which you always win under impossible conditions.
The aces represent horses and the performer and three spectators run an exciting race, moving their horses on the “course” as indicated by a fourth spectator dealing the cards. The performer always wins and the effect can be repeated as many times as desired, with the same result every time.
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A new approach to the Stewart James classic Miraskill.
Theo Annemann's journal The Jinx, September 1936, was where Miraskill was first published. Subsequently reprinted in various books and magazines over the years, this Stewart James creation still baffles one and all. The years have not dulled the remarkable impact it can have on today's audiences.
Courtskill is a brand-new version of Miraskill. Australian card man Ian Baxter has concocted a totally new version, with some very distinct advantages.
Barely half the deck is used, trimming the performance time considerably, not to mention a surprise approach involving court...
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75 Tricks with a Stripper DeckAl Stevenson
Excerpt from the preface:
It is my hope that my efforts will give many hours of pleasure to those who like to do card tricks but have neither the time nor the patience required to practice intricate sleight of hand. But: Don't sell the stripper short! Once you learn to handle it well, you may find the necessary time and patience and - combined with sleight of hand - a stripper deck will make it possible for you to do apparent miracles.
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Flying CardMark Leveridge
Card to envelope.
A spectator gets the chance to perform his own magic trick. He genuinely freely selects any card and a sticker with his initials on is attached to the card's face. The card is then slipped into a pay envelope which has his initials added to the flap and address side to prevent it being switched out.
With a snap of his fingers, the spectator is going to attempt to make his signed card jump from the envelope and back into the deck's centre. However, after a couple of tries, nothing appears to have happened.
However, on removing the card from the initialled envelope it...
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The BoofLiam Montier
The Boof collects together over a dozen of Liam Montier's strongest card tricks and routines to date. If you haven't experienced Liam's card magic before, then you are in for a real treat. This is efficient,...
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Henry SugarLiam Montier
Liam Montier presents a stunning easy to do mentalist card trick based on a well-known short story by Roald Dahl, called "The Wonderful World of Henry Sugar".
The basic plot of the story is that...
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Spectator Locates Magician's CardUnnamed Magician
The magician and the spectator are seated together at a table. The magician hands the spectator a deck of cards and asks them to examine all of the cards (making sure that they're all different, etc.) and to shuffle them thoroughly. After this is done, the spectator is asked to cut the deck into two approximately equal piles and to keep one for themself and to give the other to the magician.
The magician now says that each of them will bring their respective half under the table and spread through the faces of the cards in order to select (and remove) one, which will then be...
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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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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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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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The Bammo Full-Deck False ShuffleBob Farmer
J.C. Wagner's "Super Closer" is one of the most impressive routines you can do with a deck of cards. Ricky Jay knew this and only was told the workings after Wagner held out for one of Jay's inner secrets.
The deck is shuffled and cut and then divided into four packets. The magician and the spectator shuffle the four packets.
Effect #1: The top cards of each packet are turned over to reveal the four Aces.
Effect #2: The spectator buries the four Aces in the deck. The magician spells each Ace to find all four and, as he does so, four packets are created.
Effect #3: The four Kings are spelled...
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Grasshopper CardsAldo Colombini
You place the Ace, Two, Three and Four of Clubs on the table in a square formation as is typically done with matrix-type effects. You cover two cards with two jumbo cards. One by one all the cards assemble under one jumbo card.
You try to repeat the 'assembly' without the jumbo cards but the regular cards do not move. You turn over three cards and they are seen to be all blank. The other card is the 10 of Clubs, the sum of all the cards!
[Note: Aldo originally included the three necessary blank cards and the two jumbo cards. This download does not include these cards. You will have to supply them yourself.]
1st edition 2010, video 7:47...
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A genuinely freely selected card is signed and then the rest of the deck is returned to the card box which is placed on the palm up left hand. The chosen card is now slid under the sealed box and the right hand is slapped firmly on top of the case. With his empty right hand, the performer lifts the card box to reveal that the signed selection has vanished, the box itself being shown freely from all sides.
The box is now opened and the deck slid out and spread across the table to reveal that there is one card reversed in the pack's centre - it's the signed chosen card!
No palming or sleight...
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CAN 21Raphaël Czaja
The magician spreads a shuffled deck in front of two spectators. Spectator 1 selects one card and remembers it. Spectator 2 does the same. Both of them thoroughly shuffle the deck and cut it in two halves. The magician loses one card in each pile and gathers the deck. While the spectators cut the deck multiple times, the magician writes a prediction and tables it face down, in full view. For the first selection, the magician says he was inspired by the 21-Card Trick. He deals the cards in three piles and asks Spectator 1 to give him the pile where his card lies. The magician removes one card...
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MINT 1969 - 1972 AnnotatedEdward Marlo & Wesley James
After releasing M.I.N.T III through VI, and Annotated M.I.N.T 1963, 64, 65, 66, 67, and 68, the articles of this volume depart. It includes the years 1969-1972 - there were no articles in 1971. As Wesley moves toward completing the full run of Marlo In New Tops material, plus his extensive annotations, observations and Bonus material, he wanted to be fair to Marlo fans, and to his readers. This is the first installment in the Annotated M.I.N.T series that includes a four year span of articles. These seven major articles provide multiple innovative and ground-breaking sleights, plots, and subtleties...
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Cape Canaveral Ritual ACAANBiagio Fasano
The title of this eBook contains the well-known acronym for Any Card At Any Number, and illustrates my latest original and self-working version of the famous David Berglas' card magic effect, here featuring an original presentation and a devastating final surprise for the audience. Following is the presentation...
Some recurring rumors would report that NASA's delays with the launches of new rockets intended for planetary exploration are justified by problems with the "Countdown." Referring to this, the illusionist tells the audience how their engineers have recently allowed themselves to be convinced...
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Hunt DownAbhinav Bothra
A card is selected and signed by the audience and is lost back in the deck. A coin is signed by the audience and placed on top of the deck. With a wave of your hand and the coin vanishes from the top and appears above their signed card in the middle of the deck.
1st edition 2023, video 4:49, PDF 1 page.
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