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Martin Gardner
Cut The Cards by Martin Gardner

The 17 effects contained in this collection can be performed with an unprepared deck. Never again be caught without a trick. The audience-tested effects range from no-skill puzzlers to outstanding mysteries that require rudimentary sleights. Nelson Hahne's clear illustrations help make everything clear.

Here's what's included:

A Close Fit - Some of you will win bar bets with this impossible-appearing optical illusion.

The Unconfused Joker - The Joker helps locate the spectator's card, though the audience thinks its impossible.

Double Vanish and Recovery - A beautiful effect by Ed Marlo where...

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Cameron Francis
Moment's Notice 9 by Cameron Francis

Feast your eyes on and fry your spectators' brains with six more insanely impossible impromptu card miracles.

TRIP EL REMIX - An amped-up version of a classic triple prediction trick with a major kicker ending. A serious fooler - and best of all, it's entirely self-working.

BIDDLE-ISH - A lean, mean, super-clean "Card Across" effect. You've never seen this spin on a time-tested classic of card magic.

BUT NOT LEAST - A wildly deceptive triple sandwich effect with an eye-popping, in-the-spectators-hands ending.

EAT FRESH - Inspired by the Buck Twins' legendary "Subway" - but you don't...

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Jon Racherbaumer
Marlo Without Tears by Jon Racherbaumer

From the Foreword:

MARLO WITHOUT TEARS began as a flip notion five years ago. My original plan was to prepare a salmagundi of previously published material by Marlo that was easy to do; to select methods which stressed subtlety and psychological cunning and required no difficult sleights. There is a neat irony here because such material is not associated with Marlo. The prevailing assumption about Marlovian magic focusses on its difficulties, complexities, and textual protraction. The look of his books are intimidating: pages of explanation, dense detail, allusions to other notes (published...

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Nick Conticello
Potpourri 3 by Nick Conticello

A Further Collection of Impromptu, Sleightless, Mathematical Tricks

Nick Conticello is proud to present the third and final installment of the Potpourri series. Herewith is another collection of impromptu, sleightless, mathematical effects with cards. Each book has a theme, and this one is no exception. The entire ebook is devoted to what Nick calls the Australian Shuffle. (You may refer to it as the Down/Under Deal.)

The present work is concerned with three placement concepts. George Sands devised one in the mid-Twentieth Century. Nick published the second in Tarbell 7, and he is releasing...

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Cameron Francis
Moment's Notice 10 by Cameron Francis
"I love 'Precursor' - That's a really great plot!" - Liam Montier

"I really enjoyed this latest installment in the series! No filler. Strong, doable material!" - John Carey

The Moment's Notice series continues with six more stunning, spectacular, sensational effects. Hard-hitting and easy to do, this might be the best of the series yet.

Divided - An incredible two phase effect that ends in a full deck color separation (You are going to love the concept that makes this possible).

Streamlined Sandwich - Two face up Jacks are cut into the deck. A card is freely selected (for real). It then appears between...

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Ferry Gerats
The Gerats Principle by Ferry Gerats

The principle facilitates in determining the position and identity of the matching of cards in two decks, which have been randomized by the cutting of each deck. The principle works in conjunction with a memorized stack. A presentation is given where you don't have to commit a stack to memory.

The Gerats Principle enables you to perform the following effect:

Two decks are on the table. After two spectators have each cut one of the decks to their heart's content, the magician is able, without handling the cards, to tell whether there will be a matching of cards (ie: 2♥/2♥)) at a certain...

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Larry Brodahl
Scripted #9: Serendipity Deck by Larry Brodahl

Imagine being able to control coincidence. Where the time and location of two events determines the outcome of the events. This script and full instructions explains how.

Imagine being able to control coincidence. Where the time and location of two events determines the outcome of the events. Now you can!

The magician removes a BLUE backed card from his pocket as he talks about coincidence, and how coincidence is decided by two factors: physical proximity and time. He has someone sit on the card. He then removes a RED backed deck from his pocket, and spreads the cards out front and back...

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Michel Cayrol & Jean-Marie Beckers
A Bumblebee's Flight by Michel Cayrol & Jean-Marie Beckers

This is an important improvement of the classic Kruskal principle. Think about this: The spectator can shuffle the deck and you still know exactly where the count will end!

This ebook contains a new principle on Kruskal-counting and illustrates the principle with two effects. The first effect A Bumblebee’s Flight will lead the spectator’s dealing sequence invariably to a known/predicted card, even after a shuffle by the spectator. A version for cards taken out of a sealed box and shuffled twice by spectators is also provided. Performance and explanation videos by Tomas Blomberg are linked...

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Alton C. Sharpe
Expert Card Chicanery by Alton C. Sharpe

From the Preface:

This booklet, like our other Expert Series, is not designed to be either a reference or an authority in the ordinary sense. Perhaps, at best, it might be called a tickler, a reminder, or a check list, although none of these terms would be exact. It was written and compiled to stimulate one's "thought processes" and to instill creative activity within those who have a fondness for the pasteboards.

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Part One
    • All Shook Up
    • 18-31-35 Farrow
    • 18-35 Farrow
    • Face Up Stacks
    • Turn Me Over!
    • Sandwich Surprise
    • Ultravellers
    • Emanon
    • EMANON VANISH A/K/A...
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Alton C. Sharpe
Expert Card Conjuring by Alton C. Sharpe

From the introduction by Robert Parrish:

This book contains a remarkably select collection of sophisticated means for increasing and deepening the potential for "pleasant illusion" that resides in a pack of cards. These contributions range from presentation ideas such as Fred Lowe's "Second Deal Sam" to the technical refinement of standard effects, as, for example, in Ed Marlo’s "Approach to the ‘Stop’ Trick."

  • Introduction
  • Foreword
  • Part One: New And Improved Sleights
    • Cover-Up Shuffle
    • Perfect False Riffle Shuffle
    • Quadruple Undercut
    • Reverse Double Undercut
    • The Marlo Slip Cuts
    • Slip Cut Routine ...
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Alton C. Sharpe
Expert Card Mysteries by Alton C. Sharpe

From the introduction by Robert Parrish:

Although much of the material in this book comes from advanced current contributors to card magic, Al has included some fascinating lore from the past. There is, for example, the first printed information on Eddie Fay's glimmer technique. I recall that the late Rufus Steele, an informed man of gamblers' dodges, simply refused to believe that Fay was using a reflector. He thought it was a put-on and that Fay was probably using a stack or a pack of marked cards. Then there is Paul LePaul's wonderful transportation of cards into a sealed envelope. Although he explained the trick...

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Al Baker
Cardially Yours by Al Baker

Here's a terrific ebook with seven mental-flavored card miracles that you will surely add to your arsenal. Written by Al Baker, past Dean of Magic for the famed Society of American Magicians, these effects are entertaining, yet do not require difficult sleight of hand. Your audiences will enjoy watching them as much as you will enjoy performing them.

Here's what's included:

Color Flight - A beautifully routined Cards Across effect where three selected blue backed cards travel across the stage and join a packet of red backed cards.

Out on Location - A great card location that looks absolutely...

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Paul A. Lelekis
Powerful Poker Routines by Paul A. Lelekis

There are six videos provided to demonstrate and explain the some little-known sleights, for of which are important false shuffles. Finally learn the "real work" for those false shuffles that are rarely taught - look professional.

This e-book is a wealth of information for the performing magician, providing spectators with some highly entertaining routines that will delight your spectators. Paul presents some killer routines that he has played for his spectators for decades...all the "kinks" worked out with excellent provided. The added "Comedy Shuffles" will provide a comic relief for your...

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Ryan Shaw
Beginnings by Ryan Shaw

A wonderful collection of original magic/mentalism effects and theory.

The Assumption Principle: A deceptive but simple and versatile principle that you'll surely be making your own tricks with.

Bluff ACAAN: To the spectator, it is a meaningful take on the ACAAN using a shuffled deck and free choice. They can handle the deck for the naming of the card and number. They can deal the cards.

The Passive Force: An idea for an elaborate forcing method which you may already use, but have never realized it or thought of it in this way.

The Build Up Principle: You'll totally transform your...

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Michael Daniels
Understanding and Using Gilbreath Principle by Michael Daniels

This ebook is a beginner's guide to the famous Gilbreath Principle and its applications in card magic and mentalism. It includes two ESP-type routines:

Fingertip Sensation

The spectator shuffles the deck. The mentalist (who can be blindfold) then uses his fingertips to correctly identify the colour of cards.

Trinities Card Divination

The mentalist correctly divines attributes (colour, suit, value) of playing cards which the spectator has shuffled, dealt, and covered with his hands while the mentalist has turned away.

[Note: This ebook is a revised extract from Michael Daniels' ebook Trinities, plus an additional routine (Fingertip Sensation).

1st edition...

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R. Kunard
The Book of Card Tricks by R. Kunard

From the preface:

In offering this collection of Card Tricks to the public it has been my endeavour to make every particular as clear as possible to the uninitiated. It will readily be granted that practical illustration must be vastly superior to the most carefully-written description of anything which, at the same time, requires both rapidity and neatness in execution; yet it appears to me that, if in the following pages I have been successful in making the most intricate trick clear in the manner of its manipulation, proper practice for the acquirement of ease and certainty will do the...

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(Jerry) J. K. Hartman
Loose Ends by (Jerry) J. K. Hartman
  • CHAPTER ONE: MANUAL CONTROLS
    • Underforce
    • Transfer Glimpse
    • Relocations and Rediscoveries
    • 1) I. S. Switch
    • 2) R. S. Switch-Drop Switch Addition
    • 3) Spread Key Glimpse
    • Bottom Double Lift
    • Cull Add-in
    • Rollover
    • Two for the Seer Saw
    • Moving Indicator
    • Rotary Force
    • 1) "Spread" version
    • Locational Guidance
    • 2) "Squared" version
    • Thoughtamatic
  • CHAPTER TWO: WILD AND WILY
    • Trick Pix
    • Wild Forces
    • Back to Backanal
    • Wile Card
    • Mirror Image
    • Lost Face
    • Twisterious
  • CHAPTER THREE: DEAL-AND-CUT-TESSEN
    • Top Draw-er
    • Easy Reader
    • Rused Card Dealer
  • CHAPTER FOUR: THINK-A-MA-GICKS
    • To Spell...
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(Jerry) J. K. Hartman
Means and Ends by (Jerry) J. K. Hartman

PART I: MEANS

  • Chapter I: Riffle Selection Controls
    • R. S. Switch
    • R. S. Key Glimpse
    • R. S. Jog Control
    • R. S. Glimpse
    • R. S. Bluff Controls
    • R. S. Throw Forces
  • Chapter II: A-D Multiple Control
  • Chapter III: Variety Pack
    • Push Up Force
    • Underturn
    • Underturn Force
    • The Catch Switch
    • Swing Slip Cut
    • Packet Palm
    • Turnover Glide
    • Friction Jog
    • Knuckle Jog
    • Plunger Top Shift
    • New Wave Change
    • Bluff Cull
PART II: ENDS
  • Chapter I: More With Four
    • A La Card
    • Four Downs
    • PersuACEive
    • Four For All
    • One Good Turn
    • About Face I
    • About Face II
    • A Common Mistake
    • Invisible Cut
    • Over and...
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Edward A. Litzau
How It's Done by Edward A. Litzau

Available again at last. This privately printed gem contains the real work for some of the best card marking inks, daubs, shading and blockout inks that the world has ever seen. Even the infamous luminous reader formula is explained, as is an easy method to produce short or narrow cards that doesn't require a card trimmer!

Best of all, this revised edition includes modern alternatives to the chemical and dye-based compounds, making it easier than ever to obtain professional results in the privacy of your home workshop.

"Your Red Daub is very fine. I find that Daub is the secret of the...

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(Jerry) J. K. Hartman
Packet Magic by (Jerry) J. K. Hartman

From the introduction:

The title suggests that the routines to be described solely involve small packets of cards. To that extent, it is inaccurate. Many of the routines utilize the full deck in varying degrees. The excuse is that they center around small groups of cards which by themselves are identifiable as packets, and thus can be combined in longer sequences with routines using those groups alone.

Small packet routines seem to have a certain niceness and precision about them and thus have a particular fascination for cardmen. Fortunately, laymen are generally impressed as well, ascribing...

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(Jerry) J. K. Hartman
Card Fare by (Jerry) J. K. Hartman

Get ready for a firework of card magic starting where a card just vanishes, a pair of cards mysteriously rise, another shoots out of the deck as soon as named, and two others change locations. Jerry also presents his spin on prior work by by Trost, Krenzel, Corin, Dingle, Fulves, and others.

  • I. Short Subjects 6
    • Easy Go 6
    • Bi-rise 9
    • Shootout 10
    • Changed Changeling 11
  • II. Selected Subjects 13
    • Trap-ease 13
    • Go-llectors 15
  • III. Subjects under Control 17
    • Twist on the Aces 17
    • A New Twist 19
    • Ace Backwards 22
    • An Impact on Impact 24
    • Poker Face-to-Face 26
  • IV. Subject to Changes 28 ...
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Soft Spot: Signed Corner in Glass Bottle by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Make any signed corner melt through a glass bottle.

Imagine this. You show a complete empty glass bottle (real glass) and make a signed corner from the label of the bottle, playing card, banknote, business card etc. melt through the glass - only by a small wave of your fingertips. It's really inside the bottle! No magnets, no slits, no trapdoors and no duplicates.

  • You make the gimmick in under two minutes
  • Works with any bottle
  • The corner is ripped and signed by the spectator
  • Perform completely surrounded

1st edition 2016, length 20 min.

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Jonathan H. Green
Gamblers' Tricks with Cards by Jonathan H. Green

Scores of street scams, swindles, and card table ruses are explained in this 163 page ebook, guaranteed to separate a sucker from his money just as quickly today as when this tome was first written in the mid-1800s. Don't read this book to cheat -- instead, get it for protection so you don't become a victim.

This a fascinating study, filled with accounts of colorful, larger-than-life characters. Some were victims, others turned the tables and made suckers out of the swindlers. The author, "a reformed gambler," goes beyond playing cards to detail the inside work on thimbles (the precursor...

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William W. Larsen & T. Page Wright
L. W. Card Mysteries by William W. Larsen & T. Page Wright

Every effect in the L. W. Card Mysteries is an apparent miracle. None of the effects requires long practice or more than a modicum of sleight of hand. Many require little skill at all. Just a rehearsal or two and you'll be all set to amaze and, most of all, entertain.

Just think!

You'll learn how to make two selected cards turn over in the pack without the use of skill and no false moves of any sort; to make a selected card vanish from the hands of the spectator and be found elsewhere; to make two cards change places - the positions of the cards being seen up to the moment of the change;...

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