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Allan Ackerman
Gambler's Cop: Standard by Allan Ackerman

Allan teaches the basics of the gambler's cop.

runtime: 53s

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Allan Ackerman
Gambler's Cop: Holding & Replacing by Allan Ackerman

Learn how to hold out a gambler's cop and how to perform the add-on to get the cards back to the deck.

runtime: 22s

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Allan Ackerman
Gambler's Cop From Tilt by Allan Ackerman

This is a very efficient and deceptive move by Steve Draun. A card that is inserted into the deck automatically ends up in the gambler's cop.

Chris Wasshuber independently developed this move in 1993 during his stay in Japan including an important visual convincer. If you want to learn this improved variation email him. He might be talked into releasing it. If you can't get Chris to talk then check out the Huot/Duperre control from Magic Menu volume 10. It is very similar to what Chris is doing.

runtime: 33s...

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Allan Ackerman
Gambler's Cop From Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

Learn how to go from an overhand shuffle directly into the gambler's cop.

runtime: 1min 54s

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Eddie Clever & J. G. Thompson Jr.
Futuristic Foursome by Eddie Clever & J. G. Thompson Jr.

Here are four mind-blowing card effects with a mental flavor. All are in keeping with the well-known ingenuity of these two artists. Every one of the effects is top notch. Magicians and mentalists everywhere raved about this collection when it was first released. Long out of print, this manuscript is now available to a new generation of performers.

Hallucination, Jr. (Clever) - The adventures of the card everyone is thinking about provides a baffling mystery and leaves the spectators talking to themselves in amazement, as the chosen card somehow leaves the table and materializes in the spectator's...

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Peter Pellikaan
Future Water and Oil by Peter Pellikaan

A beautiful sleight-of-hand version of oil and water without any secret additional cards or gaffed cards. You start with four red-backed red cards and four blue-backed black cards. You fairly mix them and they immediately unmix. You exchange one card from the top of each packet the rest of the cards in each packet mysteriously follows. You show the cards from both sides. At the end with the colors separated they suddenly mix themselves into alternating red and black cards.

1st edition 2022, video 4:49

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J. Stewart Smith
Further Thought on Cards by J. Stewart Smith

J. Stewart Smith presents more of his mystifying card effects, accomplished without knuckle-busting sleight of hand. The author was something of an enigma, eschewing public performances in favor of fooling magicians and mentalists at magic conventions. After a process of continual refinements from demonstrating his effects under the critical eyes of magicians, he would assemble a small number of his latest creations and issue them in small, limited-edition booklets. To say that his books are hard to come by is a gross understatement. This is a shame since the magic is priceless.

Smith was...

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Ian Baxter
Further Than Expected by Ian Baxter

Hard to believe that eighty years have passed since the Stewart James card classic Further Than That was first published in Annemann's magazine, The Jinx. Card workers everywhere latched on to this intriguing, self-working mystery; the passing years have not dimmed its popularity one iota.

Just recently, Jon Racherbaumer released a very worthwhile compilation, Further More. Essential reading and yes, currently available through lybrary.com.

And now on offer, Further Than Expected from Australian card man and author Ian Baxter. This is a brand new, reconstructed approach that freely alters the proceedings while still maintaining the essential,...

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Ian Baxter
Further Strands by Ian Baxter

Third in his 'Strands' manuscript series, Ian Baxter shares his version of Charlie Miller's classic Dunbury Delusion, an extremely effective transposition of two chosen cards entitled Open and Close, plus an unusual handling of Dai Vernon's Multiple Card Pass. Card men everywhere will be sure to benefit from this material.

1st edition 2020, PDF 12 pages.

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Colin H. Linn
Further Stand-Up Card Magic by Colin H. Linn

This is the follow up publication to Stand-Up Card Magic. Colin continues with great routines, great moves and variations of moves:

  • Bold Bottom Control
  • Band-Out!
  • Swivel Force
  • Hip Pocket Wallet
  • Wiper Change
  • The Salmon Leap
  • Clip Colour Change
  • Invisible Fred
  • Poorman's Ultra Move
  • Untouched by Human Hands
  • Drop Out
  • Clockwork Computer

1st edition 1986; 1st digital edition 2013, 63 pages.

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Jon Racherbaumer
Further More by Jon Racherbaumer

This manuscript is an exploration of the origin and evolution of one of the most dependable, commercial, and semiautomatic card tricks extant. Even its name is unusual and memorable - "Further Than That"

  • INTRODUCTION
  • FURTHER THAN THAT / Stewart James
  • FURTHER THAN FURTHER THAN THAT / Harry Lorayne
  • FURTHER THAN THAT / J. W. Sarles
  • A LITTLE FURTHER / Darwin Ortiz
  • THREE-DIMENSIONAL FURTHER THAN THAT / Cushing Strout
  • STROUT FELLOW / Allan Slaight
  • A Poker Demonstration
  • A POYGRAPHICAL POLLOOZA / Jon Racherbaumer
  • TAKING IT TOO FAR?
  • MUCH FURTHER THAN THAT / Al Thatcher
  • TAKING FURTHER THAN THAT TOO FAR / Jon Racherbaumer
  • THIS...
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Unknown Mentalist
Fun Stacks by Unknown Mentalist

This is a fun and novel approach to creating and remembering a random full deck stack very easily. The stacks look very random and no pattern is visible - because there is no pattern. There is no need of any brute memorization and also no math is involved. Extremely easy to learn and also, more importantly, extremely easy to recollect.

Probably for the first time, numbers are used in a clever way but without using any mathematics. As practical examples of this approach, two new stacks are explained. These are 'The 1260 Stack' and 'The 78 Stack'. The objective here is to create cyclical stacks...

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Cameron Francis
Full: Three self-working full deck effects (video) by Cameron Francis

Performed by Cameron Francis himself. Stacks can allow you to perform miracles under the fairest and cleanest conditions imaginable. Stuff you just can’t do impromptu. Stuff that will seriously blow your spectator's minds. This download DVD contains three such effects. Each trick requires a full deck set up and each one is self-working. Just add presentation and stir vigorously. The three effects use completely normal decks which, after the trick is over, can be shuffled up and used to produce all sorts of impromptu miracles. All of them make very good openers. Give at least one of these effects...

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Cameron Francis
Full: Three self-working full deck effects by Cameron Francis

"Awesome effects and highly recommended!" - Donny Orbit

"(A) really great ebook!" - Raphael Czaja

"Nothing But Trouble is no trouble at all. Lovely trick!" - Paul Hallas

"FULL is right! FULL as in FULL of effects that could easily have been released individually! Awesome stuff - the usual Francis calibre!" - Dave Forrest

Blow your audiences away with almost no effort! Cameron Francis presents Full, an ebook containing three completely self-working full deck effects. All three tricks use completely normal decks and none of them require any skill which makes them perfect for the beginner and pro alike.

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Aldo Colombini
Full Wave by Aldo Colombini

Created by Raphaël Czaja, performed by Aldo Colombini. An incredible version of the classic "B'Wave" where any card can be selected. No 'equivocal' choices! You show four-of-a-kind (say Queens). One Queen is FREELY selected. This is the only Queen in the packet, the other three cards are blank!

Requires two blank-faced cards and two blank-backed cards.

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Allan Ackerman
Fu-Fu Switch by Allan Ackerman

Fu-fu, or face-up face-up, is quite similar to the ATFUS and allows you to switch out a number of cards during a face-up display.

runtime: 2min 17s

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Cameron Francis
Frier by Cameron Francis

An Ace assembly with an incredible twist!

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A card is selected by a spectator and kept face down on the table. We'll say this card is the Jack of Diamonds. The magician claims that this is a "magic card" and will be used later. He then removes the four Aces from the deck as well as 12 indifferent spot cards and proceeds to perform a super clean Ace Assembly.

The magician offers to repeat the experiment under more stringent conditions. The Ace of Spades is placed in the magician's pocket. Three face up Aces are very fairly cut into the packet of face down indifferent cards. The...

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Allan Ackerman
Freeman Kosy Revelation by Allan Ackerman

This is a beautiful four card revelation, ideal for a four Ace routine, developed by Steve Freeman and Kosy.

runtime: 3min 2s

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Gene Finnell
Free Cut Principle by Gene Finnell

The "Free Cut Principle" was first discovered by John P. Hamilton and published in 1948 in The Eyes of the Gods. Gene Finnell independently discovered the same principle two decades later and published several applications of it in his Free Cut Principle booklet in 1967. Since then many card tricks have been created to make use of it. It does not require any dexterity, nor is it hard to understand once you know how it works. Nevertheless, it is very effective and practical for a range of applications.

  • Free Cut Principle
  • #1 Coincidence?
  • #2 Togetherness
  • #3 Togetherness Repeat
  • #4 Caught Between
  • #5 Caught Between...
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La Ville
Free Choice by La Ville

Out of 52 cards the spectator names any card. The magician opens a deck of cards and shows all the cards are blue, except for the spectator's card. Its the only card with a red back.

This a another handling on the old "Invisible Deck - Brain Wave" card trick.

Features of Free Choice:

  • No rough and smooth
  • No tape
  • No double cards
  • The spectator can name any card.
  • The card can be checked out by the spectator
Skill level: Intermediate

1st edition 2018, length 23 min

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Wolfgang Riebe
Fred Outdone Squared by Wolfgang 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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Boiledz
Frankenstein: card restoration by Boiledz

This video is in Vietnamese. Instructions are translated to English by an interpreter.

A card is selected and signed. The magician tears out a corner of the card. Then the magician takes another corner with a different back and restores the selected card with that corner. The card can be examined. Detailed tutorial, making the gimmick, how to perform and variations.

1st edition 2016, length 23min

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Framing the Queen by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

A playing card is shown from both sides. The spectator initials the face of this card. Performer tears out two small rectangles from the inside of the card. One of these rectangular tear-outs has its center removed to create a little frame, which is freely shown. Magician folds this little frame over the center beam of the larger card frame and suddenly the little frame clearly hangs from the center beam of the larger frame. How did it get on there? This card, with linked little frame, can be handed out or given away as souvenir.

The performance is easy and does not require any complicated...

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Bertie Mac
Frac Stack by Bertie Mac

Frac Stack is a groundbreaking tetradistic stack, with fractal and mirror properties that make it easy to learn and hard to forget. Imagine amazing your audience with a regular deck of cards that appears well-mixed, while they never suspect the unbelievable truth. You know the sequence of the cards forwards and backwards. You know the position of every card from the top of the deck, and even the position of every card from the face. You can quickly determine the sum of the values of any group of cards. On top of all this, imagine being able to secretly rearrange the cards mid-performance so...

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