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Neo ShufflogicaWesley James
Revisiting the False Shuffle for Artifice and Magic
There has not been a complete work on Shuffle technique since the early 1970's, yet Shuffle techniques have continued to advance. In fact, there has been a significant shift in the paradigm of those at the forefront of Shuffle techniques. Further, "In-the-Hands" techniques have become increasingly common, even in the magic fraternity, as they have been in the cheating community for many years. Now, for the first time, one of the most recognized experts on the subject has released the real work, including many of his own developments, for...
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The Black Art or Magic Made Easyunknown
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Selling the Tough StuffWesley James
Mr. James has been an underground secret. During his many years as a professional he refused to lecture for magicians or publish the effects he used in his professional performances. Now, Mr. James has largely retired from performing and has begun to lecture for magicians. Selling the Tough Stuff are the lecture notes from his 2nd lecture series.
Larry Jennings, Ken Krenzel, Jim Patton and Gordon Bruce would agree. They all attended his past lecture.
Wesley's first new set of lecture notes in almost 15 years. Packed with 10 new effects, routines or sets straight from his working repertoire. This is...
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Fred Outdone SquaredWolfgang Riebe
Based on the old 'Fred' card trick, Wolfgang launched his magician fooling version 'Fred Outdone' in 1990, causing a sensation amongst magicians and adding a unique twist in that the whole deck could be shown as a red back deck, except for the Fred card. In 2017 Wolfgang took the trick to new heights, hence the new 'Fred Outdone Squared' title.
It's as simple as any spectator naming any card, e.g. seven of hearts. The entire deck is shown to be red backs with different names on the back of each card. Even another seven can be shown to have a red back and different name. When the seven of...
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VibgyorAarsh Shah & Piklumagic
6 colourful colour card changes like never before.
Vibgyor is a colorful journey created and cherished from the mind of Aarsh Shah that contains color changes that requires nothing but your hand and deck of playing cards. Piklumagic brings this journey that includes six colorful destinations which are creative an very visual and can be performed anywhere and anytime.
1st edition 2017, length 17 min
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Madcap BoyDeepak Mishra & Piklumagic
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Lorraine's LinkRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Learn how to permanently link two cards in such a way that no cut is visible.
Ralf Rudolph, famous for his impossible objects, has spent many years researching and testing the method to link two cards in a seemingly impossible way, because no cut can be seen. Ralf shares in detail all the tools and secret supplies you will need to pull off this feat, and shows you in minute detail the process of how the cards are linked. Right in front of your eyes he creates his perfect Lorraine's Link.
These linked cards make for wonderful presents, display objects, and conversation starters. Potentially...
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Killerz!Paul A. Lelekis
Do you want to slay your spectators and fellow magicians with ruthless efficiency? Here are seven fantastic effects that are clean, easy to do, and will "drop-jaws"!
There are 6 card effects and a bonus coin effect that will absolutely endear your audience. Very special!
Included, are photos and three videos for complete explanation of every move. Included in this e-book:
The INTRODUCTION is a study of "performance and magic etiquette" among magicians...some great insights.
ANOTHER POINT OF DEPARTURE - Paul's clever take on a classic of magic by Alex Elmsley. Learn a very little...
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PDF & MP4
The RiSiSi Deck: a synergy of synergiesRick Silberman & Wesley James
The combination of special cards and sleight-of-hand is far more powerful than either alone. When the two are combined with inside knowledge, the resulting magic can be astounding in ways that enable you to leave audiences speechless and dumbfounded. The combination is synergistic: The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
When the minds of Rick Silberman and Wesley James combine with William Coffrin, Jean Hugard, and Fred Braue, you have a level of knowledge and experience rarely equaled in magic's long history. The whole is far greater than the sum of its parts.
When special cards, sleight-of-hand,...
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This is a collection of five self-working, or semi-automatic, effects that share the key underlying theme that the spectator becomes the star, getting all the credit for the small miracles they just seemed to perform. RudiMental contains a variety of unique effects, most of which are hands off, and are very deceptive, yet simple in method. At their core, the foundation of each piece uses a practical, time-honored method that has been modernized, re-worked and applied in unique new ways.
Each effect is supplemented with a presentation script, multiple detailed photos and many additional tips,...
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PDF & MP4
Tricks with Cards: A Complete Manual of Card ConjuringProfessor Hoffmann
A complete manual of card conjuring. This is not identical to the card sections in Hoffmann's other books such as Modern Magic etc. But this book has been released in sections under the titles Card Tricks With Apparatus and Card Tricks Without Apparatus since 1893. It appears Hoffmann was not too happy about breaking it up into parts.
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Feke Card TricksHarry Stanley
All of these routines require gaffed cards of one or another kind: double backer, double facer, blank faces, blank backs, etc.
PDF 30 pages
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EliminatorsUlysses Frederick Grant
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The Giant Sidewalk ShuffleWolfgang Riebe
An incredible giant 4 card routine that totally bamboozles your audience. Three blank cards and an ace are shown and the audience is instructed to follow the Ace. They always get it wrong. An unexpected surprise finish occurs when there is only one blank card and three aces!
An incredible stage routine for any serious professional.
The video instructions include:
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Comedy Paper Bag Blindfold Card RoutineWolfgang Riebe
Possibly the world's funniest card trick!
A spectator is asked to assist on stage with a card trick. Both he and the magician wear a paper bag blindfold over their heads as a card is attempted to be selected. Eventually a large knife is introduced into the routine that the magician intends to stab through the selected card when the spectator is instructed to toss the entire jumbo deck into the air. Everything goes wrong and the audience is in hysterics. Eventually the magician identifies the card successfully. An incredibly commercial, funny and entertaining routine for any serious professional. ...
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Pasteboard PerpensionsWesley James
Once in a great while an intelligent and thought-provoking work is released to the magic fraternity. On those rare occasions, the craft is moved closer to the attainment of ultimate perfection. It exhorts those who read it to more profound thought. This is such a book and we are honored to bring it to you.
Pasteboard Perpensions was the first major offering from Wesley James, a name that has long been respected among the underground. His book is not fluff, rehash or re-workings of existing handlings. Every one of the twenty-five plus items in this book adds something new, significantly improved,...
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A Treatise on the E.G. Brown 12-card Thought-of card Transportation
"One of the Strongest card effects you can ever perform."Wesley James rarely releases all his work on one plot in a single monograph. His writings typically address multiple effects and routines, and discussion of diverse subjects. Like Out of Sight Discernment, Pedesis is an exception. It is an effect Wesley has been performing for nearly fifty years, always to stunned reactions from many hundreds of audiences.
"A card at a purely thought-of position vanishes...
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The Little SecretsFrank Bonville
A great book on the tricks of the trade of professional gamblers, how they cheat and get an advantage in the game. From the introduction:
It has been my fortune, or misfortune, whichever you wish to term it, to have traveled a good deal and to have observed not a little. I have engaged in more than one business; it pleased my fancy, and can say, with a pardonable pride, that I have met with some degree of success. During the past few years of my life I have studied human nature in all its phases, from its lowest forms in the gutter, in the slums, in the gilded dens of vice, in the gambling...
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Gamblers' Tricks With Cards Exposed and ExplainedJonathan H. Green
This is an unusual mix of contents including magic card tricks, card games and how gamblers cheat at those games, other swindles and scams, a section on dice and cheating at dice games, as well as moralizing against the evils of gambling.
Jonathan H. Green was a reformed gambler, who made a career exposing cheating via lectures, presentations and books.
An earlier shorter edition of this book was published under the title Games and Tricks with Cards.
If you are looking for an edited version and somewhat modernized rendition of this book you can find it here.
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Colorful JourneyRaphaël Czaja
The four aces are removed from a red backed deck. The Ace of Spades is placed on top of the red deck as the three other aces are lost one by one into a blue deck. After a magical gesture, the aces disappear from the blue backed deck and reappear on top of the red deck, under the Ace of Spades!
Excerpts from a few Magic Cafe reviews:
"How the aces "move" seems to confuse the spectator...and they have a weird look on their face, like "how is this possible!??". What I personally like about this one is that you end clean!!!"
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Koschitz's Manual of Useful InformationKoschitz
Concerning marks and stamps, portable and fixed devices, manipulation of cards and other matters of interest to lovers of draw.
This is one of the better early books on card advantage play. We can be almost certain that Erdnase read this book.
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How'd Ja Do That?Julien J. Proskauer
A treatise on card systems and setups, as well as effects that will fool laymen and magicians alike!
Presentation, secrets, routine and patter are all included. Because most of the effects rely on subtlety instead of difficult sleights, even amateur performers can now fool with professional-caliber presentations. Included are card miracles for parlor, platform, club and stage, as well as effects that will garner free publicity if performed for newspaper editors and reporters. While advertisements say that no sleight of hand is required, one simple sleight...
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The Cerebral Approach: Book ThreeNick Conticello
New Century Pairs Re-Paired
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Card Tricks without Sleight of Hand or ApparatusL. Widdop
An excellent collection of sleight-less card tricks. Some require a confederate but in all cases the author provides alternative methods and presentations to eliminate the need for a confederate. Each effect is taught with an effective presentation.
1st edition 1914, PDF 32 pages
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