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Red Hot PokerStephen Tucker
The core effect is that you play a game of Poker, using just ten cards, with one other player. They choose which five cards they would like, and you take the rest. Incredible as it sounds... they receive a Full House, whilst you always win with a Royal Flush!
NOTE: please don't confuse Red Hot Poker with the old "ten card poker" routine played with three sets of 'three of a kind' and a single 'odd' card. There you had to make them choose the 'odd' card in order for you to win. The routines here are nothing like that!
As a special related bonus item, Peter Duffie has very kindly allowed me to include...
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Four cards (you could use jumbos) are shown. They are all the same on the face, but one has flipped face down. They are shown again and a second has flipped face down.
This is repeated until only one remains face up. You now ask if they'd like to 'see' the final card visibly flip face down? They would, but aren't too impressed when you simply remove it, and openly turn it over!
However, when the four cards are dealt face up to the table... they are now all completely different, and match the four freely 'forced' cards that they chose earlier!
This routine is great for mastering the...
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Fade AwayStephen Tucker
Three face down cards are show and tabled to one side for the moment. Introducing a regular deck of cards, you have one selected, signed across its face, returned and then lost.
The deck is now set aside, as you show the three cards tabled earlier. Incredibly, all three appear to be the signed selection! Then the cards become shy and refuse to show their faces in public, backing away from everyone (all three cards now have backs on both sides!) Finally, they all return to normal!
This is a brilliant routine and easy to perform. Only three cards are used - apart from those in your deck...
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The Vortex CardsStephen Tucker
Two full-color laminated Visa-type credit cards are shown. As you hold one, and move it in a circle, the image of a silver coin appears at its center, which (incredible as it sounds) you then shake off into reality!
You then explain that it can just as easily be deposited back into your bank-account and removed whenever you want it.
Once you've produced several coins, you can use the two Vortex Cards as covers for your favorite matrix routine. Stephen includes his Vortex-Matrix routine.
This is an optical oddity that you will love and use! Pop the two Vortex Cards in your wallet and...
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Target Card in PaintingMystic Alexandre
This is a wonderful presentational idea for the "Invisible Deck". (If you do not know what the "Invisible Deck" is ask around or visit a dealer. It is a very common prepared deck of cards.)
This routine will require some creativity on your part, but more so on the spectator’s part ... but this is part of the fun. It can really go anywhere and it’s usually just as interesting to the performer as it is for the participant.
1st edition 2008; 3 pages.
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Complete Torn and Restored Card EbookStephen Tucker
Way back in 1984 Stephen published a strange looking booklet on the 'Torn and Restored Card' effect called The Torn and Restored Card Book. Three routines formed the content, but the most striking thing about the publication was that the booklet was actually torn in half!
It was still a complete piece of work, but the appearance was that of half a book. It soon sold out, probably due to its novelty value. It was updated and re-printed in 1986 with additional material.
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Confessions of Dr. CrowBob Cassidy
Most cyclical stacks are based on either mathematical progressions (Si Stebbins) or nonsense rhymes ("Eight Kings" and John Mulholland''s "Hungry Jackass.") While memorized stacks, such as the Nikola explained in Encyclopedia of Card Tricks, allow for the fastest determination of a cards position in the pack, performers who don''t use the set-up generally seem to avoid the memory route. The mathematical systems, which serve as substitutes for memory, can sometimes be difficult in performance situations. Furthermore, many of the mathematical formulas only allow you to determine the position of a given card, and not the card...
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Aeon ReadingMystic Alexandre
The Aeon Reading is a mysterious Tarot card reading/experiment that will leave your participant wondering about the mystical powers of the Tarot. It will also leave them with an important message. If you perform at all with Tarot cards, you’ll surely be using this routine which has been in Alexandre's repertoire for years.
Written for the Thoth tarot deck (where the Aeon card is the 20th card) it can be automatically adapted to any tarot deck you might already own. This is based on a self working principle - no sleight of hand required.
1st edition 2005; 3 pages.
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Cold - The Telesthesia CardsDee Christopher
A card merely thought of from the spectators own hands is eerily revealed by the magician. A foolproof method utilizing clever wording and suggestion allows this incredibly solid effect to manifest.
No Sleights, The spectator has a free choice of any of the cards in their own hands, the magician doesn't even touch the cards once they've been handed over and the card is never spoken until it finds it's way out of the magician's lips.
1st edition 2007; 10 pages.
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Shift - Signed Card TransportationDee Christopher
This is a really nice card transportation. It's a simple method, simple effect and with the correct patter and theatrics it can be made in to a miracle. There are many creative ways the concept of this effect could be used, it's such a versatile move. The good news is there's absolutely no palming involved!
The spectator selects and signs the back of a card, which is lost in the middle of the deck. The card is then immediately, with empty hands and no funny moves, removed from your top pocket or your wallet or practically anywhere else.
The spectator verifies the value of their card, the...
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Thoughts of a MadmanRandall Freeman & Daniel Madison
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Learn how to mark your cards with a professional card cheating system. Daniel has been a professional card cheat. He has the injuries to proof a near fatal beating due to an exposed sleight. If you want the real stuff, then here is the manuscript to read.
Bicycle Rider Back; Bicycle League Back; Tally-Ho Fan Back; Tally-Ho Circle Back + The first ever marking system for the David Blaine Split Spades.
Blood is a system for applying secret markings to the back of playing cards that can only be distinguished by the performer and are invisible to the naked eye of the spectator.
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A collection of Daniel Madisons' creations, props, gimmicks, gaffs and effects that you can make and develop within minutes: 1 ebook; 11 effects; over 40 variations; 90 pages of modern magic.
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Three (Daniel Madison)Daniel Madison
Deception, subterfuge, sleight of hand: 30 entries, 171 illustrations, 37 pages, 1 in depth lesson on the deceptive sleights of Daniel Madison.
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Two (Daniel Madison)Daniel Madison
Deception, subterfuge, street magic.
The lecture notes from the hidden lecture that toured Europe's underground magic scene in 2006; UK, France, Amsterdam, Ireland. Going back to his roots, throughout Two, Daniel explores a more realistic approach to street magic.
Massively superseding its predecessor, Two completely sold out over night within it's first 12 hours on sale, the notes were shortly released as a PDF instant download. The follow-up to One and 2nd in the trilogy hosts a massive 18 all new high-impact effects now in its 2nd edition - praised by some of the worlds leading magicians...
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One (Daniel Madison)Daniel Madison
Deception, subterfuge and a deck of cards.
The debut lecture notes from Daniel Madison. In 2005 Daniel held a private and invite-only lecture called ONE held at a secret location at the Blackpool convention, it was the success of this lecture that launched Daniel into the underground magic scene as a leading underground artist.
The 45-minute lecture led to his notes completely selling out. The lecture went down in history as the first of it's kind and the notes continue to sell to an audience of underground magicians across the world. Now available as an exclusive PDF instant download,...
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Magicseen No. 20 (May 2008)Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Vol. 4, No. 2, May 2008; 72 pages.
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Tricks with a One Way DeckUlysses Frederick Grant
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The Inversion TheoryDavid Misner
This ebook is all about reversing a card and includes five original ideas.
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Royal HighnessAndrew Loh
This is one of the easiest four of a kind productions with no finger flicking moves or flourishes.
Effect: Spectator freely names a number between 10 and 20. After some byplay and counting the cards in the process, the spectator unknowingly produce the four Kings.
No crimp! No markings! No gimmicks! No extra cards! No rough & smooth!
I like this a lot. I haven't seen this combination of ideas before. They work very well to produce a strong effect. - Peter Duffie
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This new ebook is a collection of tricks that Peter published in various magazines and in books published by others. Now collected for the first time. These are not in any of his books or ebooks.
From the pages of: Linking Ring, Abracadabra, Griffin, Arcane, Magic magazine and other sources.
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Move Mastery 3Peter Duffie
Move Mastery 3 contains 1hr 40 min of amazing sleights with playing cards. Demonstrations with explanations. Plus a bonus clip of Duffie demonstrating (no explanation) the Legendary Fred Robinson Middle Deal.
Here is a low resolution demo. The video on the disc is higher resolution.
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Sixteen Card Index GemsMax Andrews
Classic text on effects that can be performed with a card index. This ebook does not describe how to make a card index. It describes sixteen effects achieved with the use of a card index. Many of these effects are original creations of Max Andrews.
Paul Fleming wrote:
A good many years ago, we witnessed a fine vaudeville act by Herbert Brooks, in which he presented, among other effects, his celebrated feat of producing from his pocket any card called for by the audience, after the pack had been shuffled, divided into two approximately equal parts, and the halves deposited in his side trousers-pockets....
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Shadow ZonePeter Duffie
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