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Devin Knight
Three Mind Miracles by Devin Knight

This ebook contains three effects from Devin Knight that are about as close to real mindreading as you can get.

TAROT FOLD TOLD

An ungimmicked Tarot Deck is shown and given to anyone to shuffle. Four people are invited to come forward. They remove the top five cards from the shuffled Tarot Deck and arrange them face up on a table in any order. They do this while you are across the room and CAN NOT SEE THE CARDS. Each person is asked to just think of one of the cards. They say nothing and write nothing down. Everyone could be thinking of the same card or each person could be thinking of...

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Allan Ackerman
Three Sided Card by Allan Ackerman

This is a patter line used by Paul LePaul. It can be used in combination with a glide, second deal or double lift. Allan uses here a mechanical second.

runtime: 47s

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Aldo Colombini
Three Smash Hits With Cards by Aldo Colombini

These effects are creations by Didier Dupré. After the DVD Cartemania, the DVD that made Didier famous all over the world, we now present three more routines from this clever French magician. You will love them and we predict you will use them all the time. They all use regular cards.

CONTENTS:

  • JOKER INVERSION: Four blue-backed Jokers turn around several times changing direction (at the beginning they are oriented towards the performer, then towards the spectators and then again towards the performer). At the end, they change into four Jokers with different colored backs. Everything can be examined. ...
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Ian Baxter
Three To Consider by Ian Baxter

This ebook continues where Ian stopped with his Five Kinks series. His tinkering with classic routines continues.

Too Easy Ace Cutting sees Ian reducing sleights to an absolute minimum for this timeless favorite, adding a surprise ending.

Distinctive Side Steal describes a handling for this sleight which resolves the one fundamental problem with the move, making it far easier to acquire.

Brown's Wandering Card: Ian describes his own version here and includes a subtlety which significantly enhances the deceptiveness of Brown's routine.

1st edition 2019, 17 pages.

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Ray Noble
Three Travelers by Ray Noble

Cards to impossible location has always been a big hit with spectators. This routine by magician Ray Noble has entertained people for a number of years. It hits hard and takes no prisoners along the way.

The magician has three cards selected and at least one signed with a marker. Each card one at a time are placed back into the deck and the deck is set aside. The magician now asks if everyone would like to see him find all three cards in a magical and amazing way. With a wink and a smile, he reaches with an empty hand into his shirt or coat pocket and removes one of the three cards. How did...

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Jack Carpenter
Three-in-One by Jack Carpenter

This is the 'pick a card and I find it' type of effect, where the spectator's card is revealed with a color change. It is a nice sequence that could fit into many card routines.

runtime: 4min 37s

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David Jonathan
Threesum by David Jonathan

From a borrowed and shuffled deck a spectator finds his own selection by summing three randomly selected cards.

David Jonathan has completely restructured and reworked an old math principle to make it very deceptive. He removed most of the spectator card counting sequences and thus turned a counting and procedure-heavy trick into a stunningly effective and hard-hitting card routine.

"What David has done with THREESUM is nothing short of incredible! Seriously, no smoke blowing here. How he managed to take an old principle in card magic, remove all the procedure and dress the diabolical...
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(Benny) Ben Harris
Through the Universe - Backwards by (Benny) Ben Harris

One of the most eye-popping color-changing decks you will ever see.

"The presentation is rich in content, and the effect is as clear and clean as can be. This is one of the best cc deck routines I have seen." - Peter Duffie

"Brilliant. Beautiful. Straight into my set." - Kyle MacNeill

EFFECT:

The performer reaches into his pocket and removes an envelope. From within he removes a single BLUE-BACKED card. (The deck in use has RED BACKS.) The blue-backed card is placed to one side. It's identity is unknown at this point.

The performer explains...

"This single card, odd in its appearance, has a purely...

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Allan Ackerman
Throw Change by Allan Ackerman

A nice color change during a throwing action.

runtime: 1min

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John Mendoza
Throwing the Switch by John Mendoza

The purpose of the switch is to secretly exchange two packets of four cards. For example, to show four aces and then turn them face down and deal them onto the table for an assembly effect. The cards dealt onto the table, of course, are not the aces after the switch has been done.

  • Introduction
  • The Basic Switch
  • Four for Five
  • Just a Touch More
  • Throwing a Pass
  • In the Middle
  • Changing Five
  • Changing Five the Easy Way
  • Triple Throw
  • Just One More
  • In Conclusion
1st edition 1982, 29 pages; PDF 25 pages.
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Mario Tarasini
Thug Melt by Mario Tarasini

This is Tarasini's version of a popular trick on Instagram where a card appears to be melting through another one.

  • No threads
  • No magnets
The gimmick can be made quickly and easily.

1st edition 2020, length 8 min 45 s.

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Allan Ackerman
Thumb Fan by Allan Ackerman

The thumb fan is not just a nice display of cards but it also allows you to hide a block of cards. It is therefore not simply a flourish but an actual move that achieves something. Allan talks a bit about the philosophy of flourishes. Should you do them or not?

runtime: 2min 38s

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Devin Knight & Sid Lorraine
Thumb Fun by Devin Knight & Sid Lorraine

This was one of Sid Lorraine's most popular tricks. It has been off the market for more than 40 years. Devin Knight obtained permission from the Abbott Magic Company to release this again and to update the original directions. How good is this effect? Well, it was one of the late Doug Henning's favorite tricks and was personally taught to him by Sid. Doug Henning used it everywhere, including in some of his touring stage shows, showing it on a big screen behind him.

A playing card is selected and kept a secret from the performer. The performer shows five small white cards blank on both sides,...

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Peter Duffie
Thunder Struck by Peter Duffie

A card is selected, signed and lost back into the deck. Taking only the 4 Jacks (deck discarded), you perform the cleanest of Twisting routines - with the Jacks reversing one by one with no false counts.

The black Jacks are now placed into the card case - there is no doubt at all that they do go into the case - leaving the red Jacks, "These will now magically produce your signed card." The spectator holds the red Jacks but nothing happens. Or does it. On turning his two cards over he finds he is now holding the black Jacks! Finally, you tip out the cards from the card case revealing the...

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Lee Asher
Thunderbird: The Modern Ace Production by Lee Asher
"I haven't purchased magic for myself in years. Thunderbird was my first online purchase, and all I can say is WOW!" - Dan M.
Imagine if you had real magical powers. How would you make four aces appear at your fingertips? Picture bringing your hands together, in front of you, and an ace magically appears between them. Without hesitation, you take this newly-produced card, and effortlessly split it into two aces. The audience's gaze is riveted to your hands. Fearful of missing your next move, they don't even blink. The third ace materializes right out of thin air - at your fingertips. For...
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Jon Racherbaumer
Tickling Tekel by Jon Racherbaumer

From the Introduction:

The purpose of this compilation is to incentivize and "tickle" students to reexamine the Mene-Tekel deck and reconsider its possibilities. This has been done before and as recently as 2003 when Chris Wardle (via Paul Hallas) published a 27 page booklet titled Investigating the Mene-Tekel Deck (Magic's Forgotten Trick Deck).

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We begin with Ed Marlo's groundbreaking addition of what he called the Roughed Mene-Tekel. We end with ends with David Britland's clever routines. In between there the other contributions are meant to provide further context and stimulation - enough to tickle anyone's fancy. At least that's the presumptive impulse that led to its creation.

  • Marlo...
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Allan Ackerman
Tilt by Allan Ackerman

The Tilt or Depth Illusion was developed by Dai Vernon. It is a great move, wonderfully deceptive and not at all difficult to do. Allan teaches a couple of ways to prepare for the tilt and a few fine points.

runtime: 2min 45s

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John Bannon
Timely Departure by John Bannon

Three spectators choose a card each. The cards vanish from the deck to later reappear face-up in a face-down spread. As long as you can count and do a double undercut you can perform this effect. Since there is counting and displaying of cards involved this effect requires a captive and moderately intelligent audience to play well.

runtime 9min 40s

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Titanas
Titanic Deck by Titanas

This is a completely new principle. One rarely stumbles upon something like this. Often we find variations on old themes, slight alterations or modifications. However, this is a completely new principle. It is actually the combination of two known methods but in a completely new and unique way enabling completely different and much stronger effects.

Imagine a deck being fairly and thoroughly shuffled by yourself and the spectator. Under total test conditions, the spectator selects any card. You will immediately know the identity of the selected card. At any time, the deck can be passed out...

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Alexander de Cova
TNT 3 by Alexander de Cova

Signed card into envelope, using a novel method which eliminates all difficult sleight-of-hand.

This concept enables you to steal and load a signed card into an envelope which has been in full view all the time. The signed card is placed into a clear box with a lid, this is placed into a larger carton box with a lid, and all is encircled with a rubber band. Still, you are able to extract the card. The load into the envelope is done in full view, and can be used without the box steal, as well.

Easy to do, because the gimmicks eliminate all the difficult sleight-of-hand, but you'll have...

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Alexander de Cova
TNT: card in sealed envelope by Alexander de Cova

TNT is the ultimate card in envelope. A signed card appears in a sealed envelope that has been in full view all the time. So easy to execute, but completely baffling. Perfect for close-up, parlor and trade show magic. A real stunner that can be built in minutes. Detailed video explanation in English.

1st edition 2014, runtime 7 minutes

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Aldo Colombini
To Die For by Aldo Colombini

Aldo's first ebook on cards and dice called Snake Eyes was a big hit. This is his second ebook on card and dice routines and contains most (if not all) of the routines included in his two DVDs Cards And Die Deceptions with many new ones and all different effects from the Snake Eyes ebook.

You are in possession of an outstanding collection of tricks and routines with dice and cards. Contributors include: Richard Vollmer, Gary Ouellett, Peter Duffie, Karl Fulves, Aldo Colombini, Paul Gordon, John Rule, John Scarne, Max Maven, Stewart James, Ed Andres, Shigeo Futagawa, Jerry Sadowitz, William Miesel, Doug Conn and Bill Simon.

1st edition 2009; 26 pages....

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Nick Conticello
TOCATON by Nick Conticello

What is TOCATON?

TOCATON, the word, is an acronym for "thought-of card at thought-of number." It's pronounced "talk-a-ton." The word was coined by Nick Conticello to describe his new approach to the classic David Berglas effect "Any Card at Any Number." Nick feels the word is more descriptive of his effects because he does limit the choice of numbers and the choice of cards. But his approach has the virtues of speed of presentation and lack of preparation. Like most of his published work, TOCATON can be performed impromptu, with any reasonably complete pack of cards.

TOCATON, the e-book, contains four...

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Michael Maxwell
Toony Angel by Michael Maxwell

The most successful effect of this kind was Dan Harlan's CardToon where a deck of cards doubled as a flip book. Riffling through the cards one would see a cartoon magician drawn on the backs find and reveal a chosen card. This effect was a huge success, potentially it was the most successful magic trick of all times (my guess, I don't really know).

Toony Angel builds on the basic idea to use a deck of cards as a flip book, but rather than animate a cartoon character on the back, the angel on the bicycle, from the Bicycle back design, starts to cycle towards you, zips around on the back of the card and...

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