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Daniel Madison
Two (Daniel Madison) by 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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Jon Racherbaumer
Twixt by Jon Racherbaumer

Reviving "Between the Palms" one of Alex Elmsley's most offbeat plots. This is sort of a "locked room" mystery with playing cards.

It is an offbeat plot because the implicit aspects of effect, particularly its climax, are not immediately understood or appreciated. Yet the effect still has an emotional impact. Compared to other card tricks being done in 1952 it was very different. (Perhaps its closest cousins may be Fred Braue's "The Prechosen Chosen Card" from The Gen (February 1962) or Brother John Hamman's "Signed Card.")

Effect: The performer removes a card from the deck and, without showing its face, places it between...

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Aldo Colombini
Twists of Fate by Aldo Colombini

Only one routine but what an effect - and completely self working! This must be one of the strongest self-working effects there is. Based on the Eddie Joseph principle “Staggered” you have here a unique, fantastic routine in five phases, one stronger than the other where the cards match even though everything appears controlled by the spectator. The finale is a ‘staggering’ match of all the cards! You will have fun learning it and you will make a reputation out of this routine. Uses any deck of cards.

It is quite an achievement for Aldo to take a strong effect and make it even stronger by streamlining...

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Cameron Francis
Twists and Turns by Cameron Francis

This effect is straightforward and powerful. A most unusual routine. A gem of intimate close-up magic. A card is selected from a deck of cards, say it is the 5-of-Spades. A packet of three Jokers is introduced. The 5-of-Spades is placed among the Jokers whereupon it instantly turns face down. It is replaced and turns face up. You then draw an X on the back of the 5-of-Spades which is placed face down in the packet. The cards are counted and now the 5-of-Spades is face up with an X on its face. The X visibly disappears off the face of the 5-of-Spades and now all the Jokers have an X on their...

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Peter Pellikaan
Twisting Version 50 by Peter Pellikaan

This is the classic twisting effect on steroids with multiple changes and a climax that hits you between the eyes. First you show four cards that have the same face and back designs, for example four kings of diamond with black backs. When you turn one king face up, they magically all are face up. Suddenly one of them turns upside down but it has a different colored back. Then two more different backs appear. Then all revert to the original backs. The climax is that all kings change to four different aces that have each a different back and each card is shown and tabled individually.

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Allan Ackerman
Twisting the Aces by Allan Ackerman

This is a tremendously visual effect developed by Dai Vernon using the Elmsley Count. The aces one by one turn face-up while the four aces are merely shown and counted. For the climax the black aces change place with the red aces while they are resting in the spectator's hand.

If you want an even more visual twisting effect, then take a look at Waving the Aces by Guy Hollingworth.

runtime: 4min 14s

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Peter Pellikaan
Twisting 2 by Peter Pellikaan

You show four nine of hearts face up. Count them again and one has turned face down showing a red back. Count them again and a grey-colored back is showing. Then a gold-colored back. When the fourth turns over, and reveals a green back, all cards are now face down showing four different backs. Then you turn them face up and they are now all queen of spades. You can go again through the same sequence as before, where one card at a time turns face down showing four different backs. The climax is that at the end all four faces have changed to aces.

It is hard to imagine more color changes mixed...

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Ian Baxter
Twist plus Bonus by Ian Baxter

Dai Vernon's Twisting The Aces, has for decades been regarded as an all-time classic and thankfully, the new wave of 21st Century card experts still carry the torch for this perennial favourite. Over the years, new additions and presentations are published, adding even further interest to this wonderful effect.

Australian card man Ian Baxter admits to having performed TTA for sixty years, starting just three years following its publication in 1960. Up until recently, he performed it totally 'as is' from Dai Vernon's More Inner Secrets Of Card Magic.

"Tampering with a Vernon treasure such as TTA, can often promote controversy" admits Baxter....

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Twist Link by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Learn how to fold three beautiful cards. Included are templates and detailed video instructions. Particularly the Twist Flap is interesting, because it has a 'reveal'. You show the card which does not immediately look particularly impressive or impossible. You then lift a flap to expose a much more difficult situation that will impress everybody.

  • Twist Link
  • Twist Flap
  • Triangle Twist
1st edition 2019 length 15 min.
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Aldo Colombini
Twist and Waltz by Aldo Colombini

Effect created by Raphael Czaja. A novel piece of magic which will bring you a new 'twist' on a classic theme! Four cards are selected and placed on the table. You show four face-down cards and one at a time one card turns over and it reveals one of the selected cards. At the end, each chosen card is revealed. Then you reveal that the four cards have backs on both sides!

Requires three double-backed cards and two double-faced cards.

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Allan Ackerman
Twins by Allan Ackerman

This is Allan's handling of a famous Brother John Hamman effect. Black queens transform into red queens and black kings transform into red kings, all tied together in a fun story of a double date going to a bar.

runtime: 5min 28s

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Allan Ackerman
Turnover Pass by Allan Ackerman

This is another Herman style turnover passe. You execute a pass while turning over the deck.

runtime: 1min 5s

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Allan Ackerman
Turnover Palm Replacement by Allan Ackerman

While you turn over a deck of cards you return palmed cards back to the deck.

runtime: 47s

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Bob Farmer
Turnantula by Bob Farmer
"The sleight ... is to my knowledge new and is certainly a lovely maneuver promising wide applicability. If anything can shine through the welter of material being published today, I should think this sleight deserves to. It is quite simply, very, very good ... your applications ... [are] ... excellent in their construction." - Stephen Minch

"... [Turnantula] ... is quite excellent and I have never seen anything like it before." - Roy Walton

"The venomous bite of the Turnantula caused me to see outstanding close-up card magic that may not have been possible otherwise. Buy it now before an antidote is discovered and spoils...

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Alan Rorrison
Turn Left and Hoff by Alan Rorrison

This is Alan Rorrison's solution to the Hofzinser Ace Problem.

A spectator freely chooses any card and signs it. The card is put face down between the two Jokers and these three cards (Jokers and spectator selection) are tabled. Then the spectator or another spectator selects four random cards from the face down spread. Magically the four chosen cards are the four aces. The ace with the same color as the spectator's card vanishes and reappears between the Jokers. The signed spectator selection is now found among the three remaining aces.

Alan has engineered his method to not require any difficult...

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Peter Duffie & Cameron Francis
Turbulence by Peter Duffie & Cameron Francis

In Turbulence, the impossible becomes possible.

Turbulence is a multi-phase card routine that is both mind-bending and entertaining.

Effect:

Turbulence kicks off with a sizzling and super clean "Collectors" phase where four Kings instantly collect three previously signed cards. Then, in the blink of an eye, the three cards instantly vanish. The three cards are then reproduced as they are summoned from the deck one by one. Finally, the Kings are placed in your pocket and an impossible transposition occurs — the Kings are suddenly found on the table while the three signed cards are...

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Dave Forrest
Tunnel Vision by Dave Forrest

The Tunnel Vision gimmicks will allow you to push a face up playing card through the deck - as it emerges from the other side it is seen to change into a completely different card.

"This looks great. The final phase - with gimmick - is the real killer. The construction of the gimmick is devious!" - Peter Duffie

"Dave, it looks uber-cool, nice one!!" - Liam Montier

The main Tunnel Vision routine is a professional performance piece where four Jokers change one by one into Aces as they are pushed through the deck. This engaging routine builds to an impossible climax whereby the spectators actually witness...

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
TRX: Signed Card Under Cellophane by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

A freely selected playing card appears under the cardbox cellophane. The cellophane can be marked.

  • No force
  • Build the gimmick in 3 minutes
  • Very easy to do
  • Box is clean at the beginning (optional)
  • No Magnets
  • No threads

1st edition 2014, length 27 minutes

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(Benny) Ben Harris
Truly Visual Card Magic by (Benny) Ben Harris

A fabulous collection of effects all featuring cards performed with a VISUAL impact. Best-seller, Zoom is featured along with Ben's popular rendition of Oil & Water with it's glorious three phase routining. Learn to perform a version of Daryl's famous Ultimate Ambition with any deck. Also featured is the odd and visual Madman's Card to Pocket and a full work out with the world-famous Super-Flip Move.

Contents:

  • Zoom
  • Madman's Card To Pocket
  • Anytime Ultimate Ambition
  • Oil & Water Deluxe
  • Coming Together Again
  • Super-Flip
  • Super-Flip Ambitious
  • Super-Flip Four Ace Explosion

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Raphaël Czaja
True Lies by Raphaël Czaja

One of the cleanest procedures imaginable at the service of a very fair impromptu prediction effect.

A spectator picks four cards from a shuffled deck and rearranges their order. (Free choices.) The magician correctly predicts if one of them matches his favorite card - on the table from the start - and its position in the packet.

Impromptu. Easy to do. Instant reset.

1st edition 2019, 4 pages.

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Cameron Francis
Troublemakers: A Strange Printing Effect by Cameron Francis

Cameron Francis brings you a twisted packet trick that will blow your spectators away.

Effect: The magician displays a packet of six Jokers and asks the spectators if they have ever heard of marked cards. Assuming they reply in the affirmative, the magician continues, "Well, most people don't know how to really mark cards. Especially in a subtle fashion. But I do. And I'll show you right now using this packet of jokers." Noticing two blue backed jokers in the packet, the magician sets them aside, claiming they are "troublemakers". The other four Jokers are shown to have normal red backs....

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Jon Racherbaumer
Trix Fixes by Jon Racherbaumer
  • LEITMOTIFS
    • Copycat Cards
    • Rashomonian Universal Card
    • Counting a Conclave
  • LOCUS POCUS
    • Mine Finds Yours
    • A Narrow Margin
    • Bubkus Divination
    • No-Frills Invisible Toss
  • PUZZLETS
    • Changling Sandwich
    • Another Challenge
    • Easy O. Henry
    • Recliner Mind Reader
    • Either-Oracle
1st edition 2020, PDF 39 pages.
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Peter Duffie
Triumph by Peter Duffie

A card is freely selected from a truly shuffled deck. Through the process of mixing face-up and face-down cards you find the selection and the deck straightens out with all cards face-down. (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)

runtime: 8min 19s

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Andrew Loh
Triu2ph by Andrew Loh

A simple version of a two-phase triumph effect.

Two cards are freely selected and lost in the deck. The performer shuffles the cards face up in a face‐down deck. When the deck is flipped over, the performer confirms whether this card is any one of the spectators or not and the answer is “no”. The performer requests the first spectator to grab this unknown card and treat it as her “lucky card” and gives a light tap on the deck.

Magically, all the cards turn face up except for one card which is the second spectator’s selection which is face up in the middle of the deck. The performer...

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