Lybrary.com: ebooks and download videos
Home / Magic & Conjuring / Cards / Page 40

Cards in Magic & Conjuring: page 40

Subtopics

Self-Working or Sleightless DIY Playing Cards Moves ACAAN Stacks Marked Rising & Levitating Gaffed Manipulation & XCM Svengali Torn and Restored Linking

Authors

more authors ▼

Products

exclude subtopics

Displaying 1817 to 1840 (of 2776 products)
< 115... ...71 ...41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30... ...1 >

Sort by: Product Name- AuthorListed Price
Victor Farelli
Farelli's Card Magic by Victor Farelli

Unavailable for 70 years - not anymore

A practical treatise on little-known card sleights, including numerous new card problems.

"You already know it, of course, but I would be amiss if I did not state for the record that putting Farelli parts I & II into standard format, transforming it, in the process, from 50 pages into 140, much improves it as a reference and it now looks really great. Thanks for a job well done." - 'M'

This is an exceptional book on card moves and tricks. A publication that has been long forgotten. It is filled with notes and advice by Victor Farelli - a professional...

★★★★ $19.90
to wish list

PDF

Bob Hummer
Fantastric by Bob Hummer

From the title, you'd guess that this is a fantastic trick. It's not. It's a true miracle of psychic entertainment! Here is an incredible mental miracle involving a deck of playing cards, which may be borrowed.

A spectator shuffles the cards as much or as little as she desires. She deals a number of cards onto the table (a free choice). The performer does not need to touch the deck while they are in the spectator's hands. The performer now turns his back, or leaves the room entirely. The spectator removes any number of cards from the pile on the table and places them in the card box, out...

★★★★★ $8
to wish list

PDF

Dave Forrest
Fandango Part 2 by Dave Forrest

Part 2 in the ‘Fandango’ series continues with yet more innovative close up magic with the focus firmly fixed on practicality and real world performance.

Six more, never before published effects fresh from the mind of Dave Forrest. The material contained within has been carefully selected to ensure that the ‘Fandango’ ethos remains true. This is not a 'read it once' release. These are effects that you will actually use in the real world for real people.

Contents:

  • Four Found Fast - An extremely visual yet relatively easy production of four of a kind. While it looks very flashy...
★★★★ $3.22
to wish list

PDF

Dave Forrest
Fandango Part 1 by Dave Forrest

Part 1 in a series of releases containing all new material designed with the intent of providing real world close up magicians with fresh, practical material.

Six brand new, never before published effects fresh from the mind of Dave Forrest. The material contained within has been carefully selected to be both entertaining and practical. This is not a 'read it once' release. It is filled with effects that you will actually use in the real world for real people. Fandango Part 1 - all killer, no filler!

Contents:

  • Missing the Aces - An attempt to cut directly to a selected card goes awry...
★★★★★ $3.22
to wish list

PDF

(Benny) Ben Harris
Fandango by (Benny) Ben Harris

Released in 1985, Fandango became a cornerstone for a variety of card "printing" and "sandwich" routines that would later be developed by the author. Here is the original manuscript with original photographs teaching this instant and highly visual sandwich concept.

In effect, a signed card instantly appears between two Jokers. Classic "Sandwich Plot," but the method is what differentiates this. Fandango allows you to propel the selected card into position between the Jokers.

It's instant and visual. Both the original gimmicked and non-gimmicked handlings are explained and illustrated. ...

★★★★★ $9.95
to wish list

PDF

Peter Duffie
Fan Pass by Peter Duffie

Use a little fan to cover a pass. (Also part of Move Mastery 1.)

runtime: 1min 26s

★★★★★ $4
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Allan Ackerman
Fan Jog by Allan Ackerman

A terrific control from a fan, created by Paul LePaul. You insert a selected card into a pressure fan. After closing the fan you have the selected card jogged, which allows you to take a break above or below.

runtime: 1min 16s

$2.50
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Allan Ackerman
Fan Glimpse by Allan Ackerman

Once you have mastered the Maintain Break With Fan technique you can use this idea to rather glimpse a card than keep the break.

runtime: 44s

$1
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Lewis Ganson
Fan Finale by Lewis Ganson

In 1949 Lewis Ganson published his first work on card fans with Arcas Publications. Later he wrote a series of articles for The Gen. Ultimately Supreme published a revised version which was Fan Finale. You should also check out Card Fans Teach-In.

1st edition 1976; 17 pages.

★★★★★ $5
to wish list

PDF

Tom Richardson
Fallout by Tom Richardson

Fallout is an impromptu and devilishly clever, mentalist’s card to pocket. The spectator chooses a card from a deck that he has shuffled, and returns the card. The magician never sees the faces of any of the cards. Yet he still manages to read the spectator’s mind and work out the name of the card. The magician reaches down into his pocket and removes the selected card.

No Forces! The spectator does almost all the work! There's only one real 'move' in the entire routine...The card can even be signed!

You will receive a manuscript explaining all aspects of the trick in high detail...

★★★★ $10
to wish list

PDF

Ulysses Frederick Grant
Fake Gambling Act by Ulysses Frederick Grant

EFFECT: A ten-minute routine or act as a demonstration of how the gambler cheats. Great for close-up work or a club act. In this new act; no sleights are required. Still, you apparently deal bottoms, seconds, four aces, winning hands, etc. For example, anyone shuffles the deck, cuts it and hands it to you; still you can deal yourself 4 aces.

It's a fake, that requires no practice, but they will never know it. Demonstrate your skill without lengthy practice. Appear to be a card expert, instantly. Yes, practically every magician has wished that he could present a good gambling demonstration....

★★★ $4
to wish list

PDF

Allan Ackerman
Fake Center Deal by Allan Ackerman

Use the Minus One Bottom Deal as a fake center deal. (You will need the description of the Minus One Bottom Deal to perform this move.)

runtime: 32s

$1
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Leo Behnke
Fake Card Tricks by Leo Behnke

Way Back in 1963 the Magic Castle opened its doors to the outside world so it could see the great variety and talent of magicians from all over the world. It began simply, but kept growing until today it is a world famous and beloved institution.

So it is with someone who wants to learn how to do card tricks. They begin in an easy manner with simple props and a minimum of skill. Slowly they grow in stature until someday they can hold their own with any other card magician in the world.

This booklet, small as it is, is the Open Sesame for people who want to learn to do card magic. It is...

★★★★ $5
to wish list

PDF

Zaw Shinn
Fake Border Revamped by Zaw Shinn

The magician holds a card in front of his body and with a wave of the hand, the center vanishes only leaving the border.

This is an improvement to the older version because it does not require a black background. You will need the usual supplies and arts and crafts for gaffing cards.

1st edition 2022, video 19:20

$10
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Zaw Shinn
Fake Border 2.0 by Zaw Shinn

A super visual partial vanish of a playing card.

Performer holds an empty card frame in one hand and a playing card in the other. By moving the playing card behind the frame the back of the playing card partially vanishes only leaving its frame visible. This looks incredible since the cards can be moved around and everything looks as it should. One could suspect CGI, but everything is achieved with gaffed cards and sleight of hand.

This requires the usual supplies and arts and crafts for gaffing cards, plus a black background like a black T-shirt.

1st edition 2022, video 33:40

$12
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Zaw Shinn
Fake Border by Zaw Shinn

A visual partial vanish of a playing card.

Performer holds a playing card in front of his body. Suddenly most of the card vanishes leaving only the border behind.

This requires the usual supplies and arts and crafts for gaffing cards, plus a black background like a black T-shirt.

1st edition 2022, video 27:24

$9
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Kevin Parker
Fair Mix by Kevin Parker

Kevin Parker has created a prediction effect that is too impossible to be true: you predict where their card will land in a shuffled deck (*this many* cards down in the deck), mixed in someone's hat to eliminate false shuffling in the hands.

This uses no gimmicks and no trick decks. Use your hat or their's, no specific type. Very practical.

  • Spectator can assist the shuffle in hat.
  • Use anyone's hat, even your's, no specific type.
  • Easy, a complete beginner could do it.

1st edition 2018, length 10 min

$8.50
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Rich Marotta
Fair is Fair by Rich Marotta

A deck is shuffled by a spectator. A card is picked in a fair and open manner. The card is returned and the deck is shuffled again by the spectator. The performer takes out four cards, one of the four is the spectator chosen card. The chosen card vanishes leaving only three cards in the performer's hands. The card appears face-up in the tabled deck.

runtime: 11min 58s

$6
to wish list

MP4 (video)

Stephen Tucker
Fade Away by Stephen 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...

★★★★ $12
to wish list

PDF

Satish B
Factory Seconds by Satish B

This is a fun card trick with multiple climaxes. It starts off as a 4-Ace production trick, then it goes wrong as 4 random cards are produced instead of the 4 Aces. Next, these random cards are shown to be predicted on the magician's Facebook page. Not to be outdone, the magician also produces the mates of the 4 random cards. At last, the magician produces the 4 Aces. Of course, the best part is that the deck is face-down almost the entire time and it is handled by the spectator.

1st edition 2020, PDF 8 pages.

$12
to wish list

PDF

Jon Racherbaumer
Facsimile 6 by Jon Racherbaumer

Includes a more clarified explanation of Marlo's "Super Count" routine, and a lot more.

  • Frank Shields: Bits And Pieces
  • Super-Counting Caper
  • Tabled Bottom Placement
  • Gutting The Glut
  • Everybody Is A Magician
  • Re-Rereading
  • Quick Note For The Cow-Pawed, Gibblefisted,
  • Scram-Handed, Ballock-Handed,
  • Keg-Handed And Cack-Handed Brethren
  • Shades Of Ricky Jay
  • The Credit Game
  • Magic As Stamp Collecting?
  • Marlo And The Second-Dealing Monkey
  • Remembering Al Koran
  • Guess What?
  • Color Monte Notes

1st edition 2017, 70 pages.

★★★★★ $15
to wish list

PDF

Jon Racherbaumer
Facsimile 5 by Jon Racherbaumer
  • Last Card to Laugh (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • Sounds of Silence?
  • Face Value?
  • Elevated Elevator (Edward Marlo, Frank Garcia)
  • Shiner Notes (Files of Jon Racherbaumer)
  • Remembrance of Things Passed (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • About a Procedure for the Clock Trick (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • The Cardini Control (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • Niggling Narrativity (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • New-And-Clear Force (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • Bare-Faced Boys With Decks In Hand (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • Impromptu Casino Shuffle (Gene Castillon)
  • Notes on Peek Decks
  • Marlo's Spread Lift (Edward Marlo)
  • Magic: On the Edge: Trick-Soup For Dummies? (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • Constructive Criticism ...
★★★★★ $15
to wish list

PDF

Jon Racherbaumer
Facsimile 4 by Jon Racherbaumer
  • Introduction
  • Charlie Miller's Material in Expert Card Technique
  • A Glimpse through the Fourth-Wall Window
  • Uncontrolled Prediction (Edward Marlo)
  • Indecent Exposure?
  • Numero Trois (Blair Bowling)
  • Breathing Heavy (Blair Bowling)
  • Hofzinser, Carried Away (Jon Racherbaumer)
  • Mental Selectivity (Charlie Miller)
  • Putting a Placement in Its Place
  • Wee Madness in Vegas
  • Yakety-Yak (Don't Talk Back)
  • Footnotes to a Book-In-Limbo
  • Busby Follies Redux
  • "F" Is For Fake

1st edition 1996, 35 pages.

★★★★★ $15
to wish list

PDF

Jon Racherbaumer
Facsimile 3 by Jon Racherbaumer

This issue of Facsimile includes the complete contents of the first two (and only) issues of Jon Racherbaumer's periodical Marlophile. Jon has reformatted Marlophile, and added some additional routines.

  • Publisher's Note
  • I
    • Introduction
    • Marlo's Personal Annotation
    • Marlo's Variation Of The Zarrow Shuffle
    • MARLO In IBIDEM (1956-1969)
  • II
    • Introduction
    • Marlo's Personal Annotation
    • The Easy Way: A Bottom Deal For The Millions
    • Two Memory Bits
    • Mental lie
    • Slop Shuffle Or Triumph?
    • Whispering Snitch

1st edition 1995, 50 pages; 1st digital edition 2020, PDF 50 pages.

★★★★★ $15
to wish list

PDF

Displaying 1817 to 1840 (of 2776 products)
< 115... ...71 ...41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30... ...1 >