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Ronald Wood
Everyone Picks The Aces by Ronald Wood

Cooking instructions:

Open a Larry Jennings packet. Sprinkle a little from a Roy Walton packet. Add a full pack mixture of 52 cards and a little audience participation.

Cook for an entertaining 3 to 4 minutes for a delicious, fun tasting yummy routine.

For an extra mouth watering enticement! Add two (YES! TWO!) little beautiful BONUS impromptu Yummies!

1st edition 2015, 9 pages.

★★★★ $5
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Real Linked by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Link any signed playing card with itself.

  • Spectator selects any playing card (no force)
  • You tear out two frames and link the frames together
  • The card can be signed
  • The spectator can keep the card as a souvenir after you unlink them
  • No preparation on the playing card
  • No slits in the playing card
  • Make the gimmick in under 5 minutes with household items
  • In this routine you start and end clean
  • Instant reset

1st edition 2015, length 31 min.

★★★★★ $9
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Jozsef Kovacs
Killing Classics 2 by Jozsef Kovacs

The performer randomly places 16 numbered cards onto the table. The spectator randomly chooses 4 quarter-sized cards from a deck of quartered cards and places them randomly onto the number cards. The spectator and the magician summarize the 4 chosen numbers. The performer counts down the same number of cards as the sum from a shuffled normal-sized deck of cards to get a random card. The performer turns the four, chosen, quarter cards face up. Together they form a whole jumbo card. The spectator turns the randomly determined, normal-sized card face up, and it is the same as the jumbo card. ...

★★★★★ $12
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Peter Duffie
4 Most by Peter Duffie

Four lovely card effects put together by Peter Duffie.

4-SOME: Here's a simple and automatic, yet highly effective, way to get four of a kind using the Fulves "Gemini Twins" concept.

3-SOME: A matching effect where the spectator does all the work and finishes with Three of a Kind. Inspired by, but not using, Marty Kane's Status Quo-2 Principle.

THE HEAVY TEAM: A selected card lost in a packet is found by a randomly chosen Ace detective.

GHOST BUSTER: In effect, you show an Ace, Two, Three and Four of Spades. Each card passes from top to bottom and it is then discarded. When you reach...

★★★ $0
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Raymonde Crow
Sandwich Pass by Raymonde Crow

The one-card middle pass is a versatile, although relatively unknown and underused sleight. Raymonde Crow teaches this powerful move, plus several unique variations of what he calls the Sandwich Pass, which will enable you to instantly control a card to second-from-the-bottom, to create a sandwich effect, and to move a card into gambler's cop.

In addition, Raymonde teaches two of his go-to card effects for the Sandwich Pass, the Comedy Sandwich and The Prince and the Pauper, from his book As the Crow Flies, available here at These powerful effects require no setup or gaffs, and can be done with...

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Ray Noble
Double Whammy by Ray Noble

The Double Whammy is a fun and easy card effect that hits hard. I wanted a card routine that I could do anytime with a borrowed deck. This is an effect that will knock their socks off and have them falling on their knees yelling, "He is the chosen one!" Well, maybe not that strong of a guarantee, but an effect that really will show them that you are a magician. I have always had people shout out in excitement at the end of this routine. This is one of the routines that I always do when handed a deck of cards.

You are at a party and someone mentions that you are a magician. (HEY, it could...

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Manipulation with Cards by Peki

Peki, a highly decorated magician, explains here how you can create and learn a successful card manipulation routine for stage. This video is a German video dubbed by Peki to English.


  1. Peki's entire stage card manipulation act (performance)
  2. Vanish a single card (back palm)
  3. Produce a card (2 methods)
  4. Showing your hand empty
  5. Vanish multiple cards
  6. Produce multiple cards (3 different methods)
  7. Vanish a card fan
  8. Produce a card fan
  9. Continuous production of card fans
  10. Combined card production
  11. Gimmicks and holders for stealing cards secretly
  12. Peki-Twist including vanishing a card,...
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Ian Baxter
Five Kinks by Ian Baxter

From the introduction by David Jones:

Ian loves to tinker! Given his strong creative abilities, this tinkering has more often than not, resulted in much improved effects, more streamlined methods, or both. Over the years, Ian has released a number of books and manuscripts that detail some excellent card effects. Numerous One Man Parades in the IBM monthly magazine The Linking Ring have also been published.

On one occasion I remember fooling many well informed card men at the prestigious FFFF meeting in New York State, with one of Ian's streamlined handlings of a classic card effect. ...

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Paul A. Lelekis
Obscure Marlo by Paul A. Lelekis

Six monster card effects that will fry magicians...and with a borrowed deck! Fool the "boys" at your next club meeting.

The enclosed effects and sleights are items from Marlo's repertoire that he would normally use to fool his world-class card buddies. These effects use only a regular deck and are brilliantly structured.


In this e-book:

1) A trick with no name - Marlo "fried" a roomful of the finest card magicians in the world with this. A card in a packet is only thought of by the spectator and its location. That very card then transports to...

★★★★★ $12
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Paul LePaul & Bro. John Hamman
The Card Magic of Bro. John Hamman S. M. by Paul LePaul & Bro. John Hamman

A great performer presents the work of another great performer, and you end up with an ebook of new and freshly different card effects. Brother John is known for his Final Ace Routine, Halucination, etc., but here is another side of his talents. All tricks with ordinary cards, gathered by Paul LePaul (his close and personal friend), edited into a dozen wonderful effects for the enthusiastic card man. The late Paul LePaul illustrated the material.

  • Foreword
★★★★★ $9.95
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Cristian Vidrascu
Brainstorming with B'Wave by Cristian Vidrascu

Cristian takes on the classic B'wave plot, and comes up with creative ideas for making it a highlight in any magic show or mentalism act.

He touches on close-up and stage performances, and adds unique twists designed to stun modern audiences. Hidden among the unique presentations are ways to turn an entire, previously examined deck of cards into a blank deck (no deck switch), or how to predict a number simply thought of by a spectator (nothing written down, no pre-show work or verbal forces) - all in the context of the B'wave plot.

As seen in his previous work on the Invisible Deck, his presentations...

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Nick Conticello
The Art of Remembering and Placing Multiple Key Cards by Nick Conticello

In this little exposition Nick Conticello describes how he finds and places key cards for the various effects he has created.

1st edition 2015, 8 pages.

★★★★ $0
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Devin Knight
Improved Brainwave Deck by Devin Knight

Note: These are PDF instructions to make your own deck. You will NOT get a deck mailed.

Deck #2 in the Super Deck Series

EFFECT: This is one of the most baffling decks yet created! This makes the old brainwave deck obsolete. It combines the Invisible Deck with the Brainwave Deck. Two of the most popular trick decks in the world. Tell your spectators that you reversed a card in the deck on the table. The deck is in full view from the start and there is ONLY ONE Deck used. It is not switched. Any one calls out any card. There are no restrictions. Any one of the 52 cards can be named. Both...

★★★★★ $9.95
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David Devlin
Totally Twisted by David Devlin

In the first version of this terrific packet trick, the four queens are removed from the deck, and are held face down. One at a time and in turn, each queen turns face up as in the "Twisting the Aces" routine.

After all of the queens have had their turn face up, and are all face down once again, the magician asks the spectator to name any one of the queens. He explains that whichever queen is named, it will magically turn face up. Let's assume that the named queen is the Queen of Spades. The performer snaps his fingers and says, "Would you be amazed if the queen you named is now face up?" ...

★★★★★ $7.50
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Al E. Smith
A Spell Of Cards by Al E. Smith

An intriguing selection of card effects, A Spell Of Cards is not wholly concerned with spelling tricks. There are more than several offering a sideways glance at the concept. They take the spelling genre a little bit off the usual well-beaten track.

Among the non-spellers, there are a few move-related fragments. Nothing to run and hide from, though faro shuffles and bottom deals get a look in along the way; as well as established favourites like the Braue Addition, Double Undercut and the odd false shuffle.

Anybody who likes cards and is not completely allergic to spelling effects should...

★★★★★ $24
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Nick Conticello
Sunken Treasury: Part 3 & 4 & 5 by Nick Conticello


  • Having two spectators write down two numbers, choose two cards, lose the cards in the pack and finding their cards at their numbers!
  • Letting someone cut a freely chosen card into the pack and knowing the card's location with just a glance!
  • Allowing a person to freely shuffle a pile of face up and face down cards, give you half the cards without you seeing them, and having your pile match his, despite touching your pile with only one hand for only a few seconds!
  • Losing the four Aces into the pack and finding them by cutting the pack, the last two at the same time!
  • Performing...
★★★★★ $25
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Jozsef Kovacs
Killing Classics 1 by Jozsef Kovacs

"Far from 'killing' some of the classics of card magic... József breathes new life into them! A superb collection of "KILLER" magic!" - Stephen Tucker

25 % MA vs. GA
The magician cuts the deck at the four Tens. The Tens change into the Fives. Meanwhile, he finds the Royal Flush in Spades as well. He produces the vanished Tens from three different places (from his pocket, from his wallet and from the empty card box). At the end he proves that he didn't use extra Tens by showing that all the cards in the deck are blank!

The effect is the marriage of a triumph and a transposition. The...

★★★★★ $12
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Chris Wasshuber
Two Person Code For One Person by Chris Wasshuber

This is a system to easily remember one or two cards, say two key cards, and not forget them during the performance of your routine. It is not an associative memory system.

Some card routines, particularly the recently published ones in Sunken Treasury by Nick Conticello require one to remember two key cards. In the heat of performing such an effect these can be forgotten, rendering the trick a failure. This system allows you to easily keep track of one or two or more cards that you want to remember.

There is very little to learn for this system. Reading this manuscript should be enough to put this system to work....

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Kyle MacNeill
Fink by Kyle MacNeill

A clever application of Fandango.

The visual appearance of a thought-of word that will knock your sox off! Young Kyle MacNeill has been forging a reputation for himself as a clever and enthusiastic card magician. At just 14 years of age, his approach and dedication to our art is so heart-warming. Here is a young man who cares about the details, the history, and the integrity of our art. We were amazed to receive this application of Fandango from Kyle. It firmly displays an understanding of our craft far beyond his meager years. With people like Kyle, the future is in good hands.

EFFECT: A spectator initials...

★★★★★ $0
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Al Leech
Handbook of Card Sleights by Al Leech

A must for all card men. Handy reference ebook for all card sleights. The best possible way to learn card magic, explained in good, clear terms by an expert. Sleights are modern, broken down to their simplest factors, useful and practical. The ideal ebook for the beginner in card work. You can't tackle advanced card work until you have the basics. This ebook will help you. Illustrated. Highly recommended.

  • Controls
  • The Crimp
  • Passes
  • The Palm
  • The Replacement
  • Changes
  • Forcing
  • False Counts
  • False Shuffles
  • Cuts
  • Reverses
  • Additions
  • The Color Change
  • From The Center
  • The Multiple Shift ...
★★★★★ $7.95
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Abhinav Bothra
C.I.A: Challenging and Intensive ACAAN by Abhinav Bothra

A really clean and impeccable ACAAN.

What the audience sees and hears:

The Performer brings out a deck of cards and points to a person asking him to think of any card but not the Ace (as its common for people to go for it) and another person to think of a number between 1 and 48. He then proceeds to pull out the Aces meanwhile handing out small packets of cards to 4 different audience members and asks them to shuffle the cards thoroughly. While they are busy shuffling, the two audience members are asked to name their thought of card and the number for the first time.

Once the shuffling...

★★★★★ $9.95
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Simon Caine
LOCI: A 3 phase shuffled deck memory routine by Simon Caine

Phase 1: After a series of fair shuffles, a deck is spread and committed to memory by the performer. A spectator removes one card from the deck and places it in a different part of the spread. The performer correctly identifies both the selected card and the position it was moved from. This can be repeated several times.

Phase 2: The spectator chooses any suit, and without looking, the performer is able to call out the correct order of cards from the shuffled suit as the deck dealt out.

Phase 3: With the deck remaining in the spectators hands, they name any number and the performer is...

★★★★★ $20
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Cameron Francis
Sketch by Cameron Francis

An incredible Card To Impossible Location system.

"A KILLER idea!" - Dave Forrest

"Another very commercial winner from the fertile mind of Cameron Francis. This one hits, and hits hard. It's expertly explained and taught, as are all of Mr. Francis' releases. A serious fooler, and highly recommended - - - period." - Daniel Ulin

"One of the best uses of this principle I have seen. Very clever!" - Peter Duffie

A card is selected. The spectator makes a random doodle on the card. The doodle is filled in to create a picture, say of a fish. The card then vanishes and reappears... wherever you want it to!...

★★★★★ $12
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Nick Conticello
Sunken Treasury: Part 1 & 2 by Nick Conticello

Tarbell Course contributor Nick Conticello is proud to release the first installment of a book he calls "a five-part meditation on one of the most powerful principles in card magic, the sunken key card."

Sunken Treasury Parts One and Two consists of fourteen effects based on essentially new concepts, material that is unlike anything you have seen before (unless you have seen Nick perform!)

Highlights include:

THE SLEIGHT-OF-MIND ROUTINE: A routine of three effects involving selected cards and a pair of Deuces.

MENTAL POLYGRAPH: A spectator thinks of a card and loses it in the pack herself. She...

★★★★★ $25
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