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Al Mann
The Third Ecstasy by Al Mann

Card feats for the mentalist. This book has 14 effects that Al Mann judged sufficiently amazing enough, and plotted well enugh, as to be suitable for the mentalist to perform. Also incuded is a chapter of Olof Jonsson’s card mentalism stunts, 9 total, with full methedology. Jonsson was the Uri Geller of his day, so these additional 9 effects are also excellent fodder for the Mentalism show. The Contents:

  • The Pros and Cons
  • Do’s and Dont's
  • The Flight of the Psycards. - Signed cards to wallet – Without touching the deck.
  • Domination of Thought
  • Caster and Pollux
  • The Devastators
  • The...
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Ron Jaxon
Card in Bottle Techniques by Ron Jaxon

The card in bottle has become somewhat of a trade mark trick for Ron in the last few years during his restaurant and bar work. Over the years he has come up with a variety of methods and he put them all together in this ebook. These methods will allow you to perform this great trick in just about any performing condition. Learn them all and when the time comes decide which method is best for your current performing condition. This will take a lot of the guess work out of it for those who would like to add this great trick to their close up performances.

1st edition 2006; 6 pages

★★★★★ $5
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Al Mann
Mind Your Poker by Al Mann

Part II from Al Mann Zodiac Series. You will find here several card techniques and a special card trick: how to deal five Aces to any seat at the poker table with a shuffled and cut deck. From the introduction, by Al Mann: I have been told by magicians who should know, that Poker demonstrations and Mentalism should not mix. I disagree with the above 100%... I have seen the amazed look in the eyes of a person when the Mentalist reads his mind... And I have also seen the terrible look in the eyes of the spectator after the miracle man deals five aces (4 aces and the joker), to any seat at the...

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Roberto Giobbi
Card College Light by Roberto Giobbi

This is by far the best ebook on self-working card tricks. (For the second volume in this series see Card College Lighter. For the third volume see Card College Lightest.)

From the author of Card College, the world's most acclaimed course on sleight-of-hand card magic, comes Card College Light, Roberto Giobbi's first text focused entirely on professional caliber card tricks requiring no manipulative skill.

For whom is this ebook intended? It is for beginners, of course - but by no means in total. This ebook is intended for everyone who has always wanted to perform card tricks, but who didn't have the time necessary to learn complex routines,...

★★★★★ $26
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Jozsef Kovacs
Simple Sample by Jozsef Kovacs

Here is a beautiful ebook. Wonderful and clear photos presented in an appealing layout. Jozsef is a true lover of the pasteboards and has developed many unique and fresh ideas on classic plots as well as some completely new routines. The effects are:

  • Take Five The spectator selects a card from the shuffled deck, which is then lost in the deck. The spectator hides the deck behind her back and inserts a card face up in the middle of the deck. Then the performer spreads the deck on the table. In the face down deck there is a face up card, a Five, which was inserted by the spectator and the chosen...
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Peter Duffie
Move Mastery 2 by Peter Duffie

This collection of videos is the sequel to Move Mastery 1 and contains over 20 killer moves demonstrated and carefully explained in 36 video clips. Running time of over 2 hours!

There is also a third volume in this series Move Mastery 3.

The moves are:

This is for the serious card masters and all who want to become one. The Riffle Pass is for me the outstanding move on this disc. Peter is a master of the Riffle Pass.

Requires Windows Media Player and a web browser....

★★★★★ $19.95
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Warren W. Wiersbe
Mental Cases with Cards by Warren W. Wiersbe

Warren places utmost importance on the effect and uses whatever method suits him to achieve it: mathematics, stacks, crimps, sleights, etc. He credits Ed Marlo for clarifying and simplifying his work.


  • Packet Prediction
  • Miracle Do As I Do
  • In My Estimation ...
  • Blindfold Poker Deal
  • Card Illusion
  • Double Separation
  • Royal Mentalism
  • Superstitious Mentalism
  • Peek!
  • Divination Supreme
  • Think-a-card - Wiersbe version
  • A Change in Number
  • Fantispell
  • Pasteboard Affinity - a complete routine with eight effects using the Si Stebbins stack.

1st edition 1946; PDF 39 pages.

★★★ $5
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Leo Behnke
The Making of Playing Cards by Leo Behnke

Leo Behnke worked for many years for Paulson, a playing card manufacturer. He describes in this ebook the history of playing card production up to the process that is used for todays cards. He also describes in detail the 9 editions of the Magic Castle cards and how one can identify them.

Beyond the interesting historical and technical descriptions Leo is offering, this information can also be quite helpful in creating a script or interesting line of presentation for a trick or routine.

The contents of this ebook was presented at a Magic Collectors meeting in Las Vegas, April 8 2005. ...

★★★★ $3
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Leo Behnke
Fake Card Tricks by Leo Behnke

Way Back in 1963 the Magic Castle opened its doors to the outside world so it could see the great variety and talent of magicians from all over the world. It began simply, but kept growing until today it is a world famous and beloved institution.

So it is with someone who wants to learn how to do card tricks. They begin in an easy manner with simple props and a minimum of skill. Slowly they grow in stature until someday they can hold their own with any other card magician in the world.

This booklet, small as it is, is the Open Sesame for people who want to learn to do card magic. It is...

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Ricky Kinosa
The Card Punk by Ricky Kinosa

If you like card flourishes or extreme manipulation, if you like what Dan and Dave Buck or Jerry Cestkowski do, then this is the ebook for you. However, this ebook is not just a collection of flourishes. You will learn the card punk's triumph routine. A lot of photos make the study of these flourishes and manipulations possible and accessible to dedicated students.

  • Promiscuous Double Lift
  • Card Punk Triumph
  • Card Punk Triumph Kicker
  • Another Freakin' One Handed Cut
  • Machiavelli Production

1st edition 2006; 34 pages.

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Daniel Young
Compendia by Daniel Young

This is a compilation of The Mixed Mind, The Sharp Mind and The Thinking Mind, plus the unreleased The Cerebral Mind (includes three effects for Cerebro, although the routines can be performed without the gimmick, it's only there as an enhancer. Definitely something for the seance worker).

The Thinking Mind
This is all theory, which means half of you won't be interested. No tricks. It's about believability, logic, structure and so on. Well worth a read for the aspiring mentalist, or anyone who might be interested in Daniel's thoughts on the subject of mentalism.

The Sharp Mind

★★★★★ $38
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Leo Behnke
Entertaining with Cards by Leo Behnke

You will find in this ebook twenty wonderful old school card tricks.

Table of Contents

    1. Ace and Deuce
    2. Four Cards Down
    3. Dirty Do-As-I-Do
    4. Postal Card
    5. Finding the Right Filter
    6. The Invisible Card
    1. Back and Forth
    2. Up and Down
    3. Name a Number
    4. Surprise!
    5. Surprise Again!!
    1. Spelling Chart
    2. Cut and Spell
    3. Super Spell
    4. How to Find a Card
    5. Grand Finalle
    1. Four Aces
    2. Laugh Routine
    3. Giggle Routine
    4. Puppet Routine

1st edition 1962; 19 pages

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Peter Duffie
7 by Peter Duffie

Automatic Gambler
Created in October 2000 (along with Klectors that is elsewhere in this book) as an impromptu performance piece for the International Magic convention in December of that year. You demonstrate how to stack 4 Aces for a four-handed game. Then, you drop the Aces face up on top of the deck and they instantly vanish. You immediately give the deck to a spectator who now deals, not 4 but 5 hands this time. The face up Aces fall to his hand!

Satanic Writes
You give out a diary to spectator 'A' for close examination. There are playing cards entered throughout...

★★★★ $15
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Ron Jaxon
Wrapped by Ron Jaxon


Two cards are selected and lost in the deck. The first card magically travels under a napkin that's been on the table the entire time. This card is wrapped in the napkin and handed to a spectator for safe keeping. They can actually see the face of the card through the napkin so they know what card is in there and that the magician can't touch it. The magician then causes the card in the napkin to turn into the second selection.

Above is just one possible routine that can be done with this gimmick. It can really be used any time you wan to turn one card, or any number of cards, into...

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Scott Cram
Terry LaGerould's Pasteboard Presentations II by Scott Cram

After years of magicians calling for Terry LaGerould to put out a new book, it's here! With more than 60 pages containing 17 card effects, and more than 35 photos, you'll easily learn these routines!

Back in 1992, many magicians were first exposed to Terry LaGerould's unique approach to card magic in a book called, Pasteboard Presentations. This book, now out of print, is still being sought after by many magicians.

For those unfamiliar with Terry LaGerould, the hallmark of his magic is efficient, innovative use of standard moves combined with highly commercial presentations. All the material...

★★★ $19.95
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Zenneth Kok
Cards You Softly by Zenneth Kok

Zenneth is a successful and innovative magician in China and is sponsored by the US Playing Card Company. His specialty is close-up and particularly cards. In these notes he is explaining some of his variations and creations.

Life is Dangerous
This is a technically easier version of Jerry Sadowitz's Prone to Live Dangerously.

Thanks to Duffie
A variation on Peter's Illusion versus Reality.

69 By Play
A visual multiple transposition of two cards.

Strange Prediction
This is a small kicker finish to Roy Walton's Strange Prediction which makes it appear that the spectator has managed to find four of a kind in addition...

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Peter Duffie
Double Jeopardy by Peter Duffie

A card at any number! But the number is predicted in advance! Watch the demo video below.

The performer removes a card that has plenty of white space on its face from the deck – say, the Two of Hearts - and writes a prediction on the face of this card with a marker pen. The prediction is left face down on the table. A spectator now selects a card from the deck (say the JS), after which the card is lost back into the deck. The deck is now given to a second spectator who - only now - names ANY number. To keep the routine moving along you suggest he thinks of any number between 1 and 30. He...

★★★★★ $12.50
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Peter Duffie
Mental Deflect by Peter Duffie

Mental Deflect was inspired by John Bannon's Twisted Sisters. The different methodology allows Aces to be used rather than court cards. Very Easy to Do! Watch a demo.

As a bonus you get in the same ebook Downfall, which is Peter's version of Roy Walton's classic packet trick, Cascade. Downfall is available also individually for a bit less. Watch a demo.

1st edition 2006; 12 pages

★★★★ $15
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Jeff Pierce
The King Has Left the Building ... with Amnesia by Jeff Pierce

Thinking Inside the Box
A card merely thought of by your spectator, appears inside the card box sandwiched between two Jokers.

Cash Deposit
A borrowed bill and a bank deposit slip transpose under the spectators nose.

Let your spectator think he's the magician.

Visual Rubber Band Un-Link
A new method of un-linking two rubber bands.

Rubber Band Split
A single rubber band is split into two.

The Shrinking Band
One rubber band shrinks as it is absorbed into another.

The King Has Left The Building... With Amnesia
A two card transposition, Elvis style.


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R. Shane
Patterns of Magic by R. Shane

Here you will find two weird little self-working "mathmagic" things. (These tricks have been taken from Shane's book Automata.)

Mutus Nomen Yadda Yadda Yadda
Is Shane's presentation for Judah’s handling of the classic 20-card trick (minus the memorization, plus an outright eerie revelation).

Gods of Chaos Slapped Silly
Is a re-working of a Robert Neale’s "Probability Pack" where one impossibility appears after the other from a shuffled deck.

1st edition 2006; 17 pages

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R. Shane
Impossible Matters by R. Shane

These are two very interesting self-working effects, both based on topological principles. You do not need to learn any math or remember a whole lot to perform these two stunning effects. (These two effects have been taken from Shane's books Automata and Pentalogy.)

Paradoxical Oddities
A packet of cards, the twenty cards making up a royal flush, is given to a spectator to shuffle. The spectator then chooses one of the values (say, for example, Jacks), and the cards mixed so that some are face up and some face down. The packet is further mixed by the spectator, eventually being divided into...

★★★★★ $6
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R. Shane
Cut! by R. Shane

A card routine that is murder. This ain’t your usual card trick. Anyone who knows Shane and his work knows he likes to tell stories with my magic. Old stories, new stories, morality tales, dirty’s all brain fodder as far as he's concerned. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a shock that “Cut!” is story. But it’s a grisly little tale ending with a bloody murder. Probably not a good routine for restaurant work. But it is a good routine for those moments when you want to entertain and shock your audience a bit, and audience whose sensibilities can handle a little blood flowing...

★★★★★ $6
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Edward Bagshawe
Proudlock's Egg Bag and Four Ace Presentations by Edward Bagshawe

You get detailed instructions with numerous illustrations and full patter to two wonderful classic routines, the egg bag and the four aces.

27 pages.

★★★★ $5
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Boris Wild
Boris Wild's Lecture by Boris Wild

Boris is probably best known for his 'Boris Wild Marked Deck', which he describes here in detail. (For the right material to prepare your Boris Wild Marked Deck please see here.) He also teaches his version of a memorized deck, which you can learn in 6 minutes, because there is a system, a formula if you will, to it. And particularly the combination of his marked deck and his memorized deck allow you to fulfill your Wild-est effects.

If that is not enough then you will also learn the Kiss Count. The Kiss Count is a new move in cardmagic. Thanks to it, you will be able to pretend you have four...

★★★★★ $12
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