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Cameron Francis
Unfathomable by Cameron Francis

"Unfathomable is an absolute killer! Rock on, Cameron. Rock on!" -- Jamie Daws

An incredible, super easy, completely examinable prediction effect that fits in your wallet!

Effect:

The magician removes a packet of playing cards and two face down business cards. He shows the playing cards to be a mix of red and black spot cards and then gives the packet a shuffle. Saying that there are two predictions on the business cards, the magician places one in front of the spectator and one in front of himself. During an extremely fair procedure, the spectator divides the cards between the magician and...

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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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Sheldon Waldman
Underhanded Sorcery by Sheldon Waldman

This is number four of the Paul Diamond "Gems of Magic Book" series.

Being a treatise on sleight of hand and including a fabulous "Eye-popping opener".

  • Introduction
  • The Close-Up Change
  • The Flick Change
  • The Turn Down Change
  • Using The Table Changes The Double And Triple Transposition
  • Room At The Top (An Ambitious Card Routine)
  • An Eye Popping Opening Routine
  • The Revolving Color Change
  • Triple You Do As I Do (Impromptu)
  • The Dunbury Delusion Outdone
  • A Variation In Handling
  • The Excedrin Headache
  • The Instantaneous Steal
  • The 21st Stunner
  • The 22nd Stunner
  • Impromptu Psychometry
  • The Expansion...
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Arie Vilner
Underhanded Delivery by Arie Vilner

Arie Vilner is a true master of the pasteboards. His creations have baffled the best minds in magic. Here you can learn his unique techniques and routines.

From the Foreword written by Ken Krenzel:

Presentation and method are inseparable, intertwined ingredients in creating entreating, magical magic. Magic is a most unique performing art which, optimally, evokes astonishment, wonder, and an experience of impenetrable mystery.

Presentation style may range from serious to comedic. Berglas and Tamariz succeed in equally mystifying and entertaining their audiences.

Arie Vilner is an...

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Dave Arch
Under the Spell by Dave Arch

Many magicians are familiar with Jim Steinmeyer's most excellent Nine Card Trick. However, not as many are aware of the precursor that used an entire (or nearly full) deck to have various audience members spell personal information and still find the selected card!

My favorite place to use this routine is when sitting at a table when the deck can be passed around the table with up to six different people participating in the process of selecting, losing and then finding the card. Follow the instructions, and the magic works itself.

1st edition 2018, 2 pages.

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Peter Duffie
Under Switch by Peter Duffie

This move is a bit like an upside down top switch. It exchanges the bottom card for the card in your hand. (Also part of Move Mastery 2.)

runtime: 6min 2s

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Joseph B.
Uncutted by Joseph B.

Uncutted is a three-phase routine with a totally unexpected ending. The spectator can make free choices but many coincidences will happen. A deck cut in half literally. The spectator will always magically find the corresponding card in the other half. A long series of unexpected coincidences. A very fun routine.

  • You have all the material at home to construct your deck
  • You will use a normal deck
  • No force
  • No sleight of hand
  • Detailed instructions

1st edition 2022, video 27:25.

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Frederick Michael Shields & Bascom Jones
Unbelievable by Frederick Michael Shields & Bascom Jones

A billion-to-1 psychic miracle using a regular deck of cards. A reputation maker, yet easy to perform.

A deck of cards is legitimately riffle shuffled and cut. A spectator selects any two suits, say Spades and Diamonds. These two suits are removed from the pack and given to the spectator. The performer takes the other two suits not chosen. The spectator deals a card face down. The performer places a card face up on this card. This is repeated. Variety is added by the performer dealing a card face down and spectator covers this card with one of his cards face-up. When all cards are dealt...

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Chris Rawlins
Un-Luck by Chris Rawlins

"A clever principle for clever performers." - R. Paul Wilson

"Chris Rawlins has been a busy fellow. Un-Luck is Chris' latest offering that takes his One Card Poker routine to the next level. I saw Chris perform One Card Poker at Mindvention 2019 and it was fantastic. At its core, Un-Luck a hands-off 'spectator locates the aces', but it's really so much more. Chris has taken his basic concept and has added 5 new variations that make this more than just another card trick. I will be adding Un-Luck to my 'bag of tricks' and I am sure that once you've had an opportunity to try it out for yourself, you will...

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Mario Tarasini
UltraWarp by Mario Tarasini

The magician shows two cards: a regular picture card and a blank face one. The magician stacks the cards on top of each other and the card with the picture visually turns white. After the effect, both cards can be examined by the spectator. Includes a bonus idea by Zaw Shinn. Gimmick requires arts and crafts and some supplies you may not have at home.

1st edition 2020, video 15 min.

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Allan Ackerman
Ultra Move by Allan Ackerman

The Ultra Move was created by Arthur Buckley and first published in Card Control. It was popularized by Harry Lorayne. It is a very deceptive card switch and can also be used as card vanish.

runtime: 3min 42s

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Lewis Ganson & Dai Vernon
Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic by Lewis Ganson & Dai Vernon

This work was planned to be the last volume in Dai Vernon's Inner Card Secrets series. However, due to water damage caused by a fire the typed manuscript was lost. It took several years to recover from this mishap and therefore this last volume was originally published much later than the first three volumes (Inner Secrets of Card Magic, More Inner Secrets of Card Magic, Further Inner Secrets of Card Magic). The wait was justified because it was and still is one of the important works of card magic - now available as an ebook.

No serious card man can exist without reading and studying this work.

1st edition 1967; original 246 pages; PDF 156 pages

  1. CONTENTS
  2. FOREWORD
  3. CHAPTER ONE:...
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Peter Pellikaan
Ultimate Jacks by Peter Pellikaan

This is a signature effect from Peter, containing multiple counts and a surprising ending. This trick involves color changes of both the front of the cards as well as the backs. As a kicker, at the end of the routine you will be able to show four different backs all different from the ones shown to the spectators before.

You will need:

  • 2 double backers
  • 4 Jacks with different backs
  • 2-as-4 Count
  • Elmsley Count
  • Pelli Spread

length 2min 19s

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(Benny) Ben Harris
Ultimate Floating Deck 2.0 by (Benny) Ben Harris

The Ultimate Floating Deck or UFD was first published in 1984. Since then it has spurned many variations. The current manuscript has been refined and re-written. This brings the effect right up to date by cutting out the superfluous "1980's handlings". Consider this some serious "house cleaning" after twenty six years!

Now, the structure is linear and smooth--from the selection to the levitation. Clean, smooth, direct.

A card is selected and returned to the deck. It is given a quick all-around-square-up, and then placed on the palm. On command, the top half of the deck floats. First a...

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Ken de Courcy
Ultimate Faulty Followers by Ken de Courcy

Here is a wonderful routine that you can perform every time and everywhere. From an idea by George Sands, Ken developed a beautiful three phases routine that can be performed under all circumstances with eight unprepared giant cards. The routine develops the theme “You can’t do what I do”.

Effect: Having enticed a spectator up to help, the magician hands him eight jumbo cards and says, "Please give me any four....and keep four yourself." This done, both performer and spectator carry out some simple movements but, when the cards are counted over, all the magician's cards are face down...

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Michael Paul
Ultimate Card Under Drink by Michael Paul

Not just a "one trick wonder", Ultimate Card Under Drink will take you through nine jaw dropping phases including an entire deck under spectators drink, and card in ice cube! You'll learn not only the sleights, but also the timing, theory, and real world tips that make this complete routine an absolute killer.

The highlight of this release however just might be the "Challenge Card Under Drink". You'll be able to tell the spectator exactly what's going to happen (that you're going to take their chosen card out of the pack and slide it under your drink), exactly when it will happen (and demonstrate...

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Peter Duffie
Ulterior Motifs by Peter Duffie

Twenty card tricks from the inventive Scotsman.

1st edition, 1992.

THOSE ENIGMATIC ROYALS: A simple idea based on the Vernon 'Card Puzzle' and inspired by Peter Kane's 'Royal Families' from his booklet A Further Card Session, plus Roy Walton's "Split Up" from The Complete Walton, Vol.1.

A SENSE OF FREEDOM: This is based on a number prediction by Shigeo Futagawa using four pieces of cardboard (See "Stunumbers" in Karl Fulves' Self-Working Number Magic, Dover). The only weak point was that the prediction couldn't be written until an advanced stage in the proceedings. The following effect uses playing cards and there is no need to worry...

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Jozsef Kovacs
UK Lecture Tour Notes 2013 by Jozsef Kovacs
"Really interesting combination of principles in there. I especially liked Eight Envelopes, Asymmetric Oil & Water, Yet 2 and Coin and Card ESP. The Plaid Eared Rabbit contains a very clever use of an old Tenyo prop." - Raphaël Czaja
Contents:

Appreciation: Jozsef thanks those who have helped him.

Amazing Prediction: You table a prediction deck. A lady randomly (and fairly) chooses two cards from another deck. The two cards generate a card and a two-digit number. You hand her the prediction deck, and she deals down to her randomly generated number. All the cards dealt are face down except for...

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Devin Knight & Ulysses Frederick Grant
UF Grant's Lost Card Secrets by Devin Knight & Ulysses Frederick Grant

This new e-book contains five of U. F. Grant's forgotten and almost lost card miracles. The first four effects are from a booklet released in 1931 that contained what Grant considered to be his four best card effects. The release was called: Counterfeit Card Miracles. It is very rare and almost impossible to find today. Devin has taken the four effects and updated them and expanded the directions. These are real magician foolers!

#1- A spectator shuffles his own deck of cards and looks at one, remembering what number from the top that card is. For example, he may choose to remember the card...

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Sultan Orazaly
U.T. by Sultan Orazaly

Imagine the viewer selects a card (forced). You take the card box, remove a card and with one wave of your hand the card turns into a candy box. You open it and there is the viewer's card.

To construct the gimmick you will need elastic thread.

1st edition 2020, length 17min.

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Allan Ackerman
Types of Palms by Allan Ackerman

Allan Ackerman discusses five types of palms: magician's palm, gambler's flat palm, Tenkai palm, clip steal, gambler's cop. He addresses bad habits, mistakes, and use philosophy.

runtime: 6min 6s

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Gerald Edmundson
Two Vernon Classics & Revisiting the Overhand Lift Shuffle by Gerald Edmundson

Some aficionados consider Dai Vernon's "Out of Sight-Out of Mind" from More Inner Secrets of Card Magic the best mindreading trick with an ordinary deck of cards. They may be right. Since the spectator does not remove a card from the deck but only thinks of a card, it makes a terrific mindreading trick. Erdnase explores the principle in "A Mindreading Trick" in Expert at the Card Table. Vernon used the principle to construct his trick.

Gerald keeps the exact effect of Vernon's original trick. In "Only in Your Mind", he uses adaptations of the Overhand Lift Shuffle and constructs a completely different handling of the trick. In keeping with the...

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Russell T. Barnhart
Two Second Deals by Russell T. Barnhart

This ebook is for the advanced student of cards. Russel T. Barnhart teaches two second deals. One he calls the 'Thumb Second' and the other the 'Little Finger Second'. Both are described with words and photos.

1st edition 1974, 16 pages; 1st digital edition 2012, 12 pages.

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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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