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Mark Cahill
High Noon by Mark Cahill

There are so many possibilities with a stacked deck, or better yet, "Impossibilities." That's because these decks look regular but what you can do with them quite casually can appear incredible. It's an old stack that's still worth its salt is, "The Si Stebbins Stack." It's sorta the granddaddy of this kind of amazing card magic. And it has a mathematical build to it that allows for a variety of other approaches as to magically finding a selected card and or knowing where or what a card is as to its position. This effect is a refreshing and fun way I found to make a bit more magic happen...

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Mark Leveridge
Hide and Seek by Mark Leveridge

Ambitious Card in reverse.

One of the classic card effects in magic is The Ambitious Card, and many close-up workers use one variation or another of it. I was looking for an in-the-hands card routine that I could introduce into my strolling work, and it suddenly occurred to me that maybe you could do the Ambitious Card in reverse.

Hide and Seek is the routine that I came up with and which I have been using in my commercial work ever since. Here's the plot.

A spectator selects a card, let's say it is the 3C. The minute you see the card you express concern because you explain that this...

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Alexander Shulyatsky
Hidden Gems ID: Invisible Deck Project Vol. 2 by Alexander Shulyatsky

No secrets!

You know, with such an incredible trick as the "Invisible Deck", I have rarely seen a pitch in work that differs from the original "take an invisible deck and turn over the card". Yes, this performance works, but ... well, there can't be such a genius deck - a deck of one trick. And the deck has long been the property of the laymen, so you need to develop it.

In this part of the Invisible Deck Project, I have collected the best (in my opinion) options for demonstrating and upgrading IDs from the first part + here you will find two pleasant bonuses: the chapter "How to...

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Peter Duffie
Hidden Agenda by Peter Duffie

Peter Duffie is a master in taking a published effect, refining it, combining it with new and other old ideas and/or reducing its necessary technical difficulty. Several of the 12 effects in this ebook are improved variations on existing themes. This also shows that Peter knows the literature of card magic well and consistently credits what has come befor him.

1st edition, 1992.

THE BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS: A different approach to the Vernon Triumph effect which originally appeared in Stars of Magic.

CARTER'S FOOLER: This is included as a tribute to Arthur Carter who died recently. The...

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Professor Hoffmann
Herrman's Tricks with Cards by Professor Hoffmann

This is a reprint of the sections dealing with card magic from Professor Hoffmann's Modern Magic. There are however six new pages (four in the front and two in the back) which are entitled "Canfield's Expose". These six pages expose scams such as 'short changing', the 'soap game', the 'spindle game', ...

Reprint is too kind a word, rip-off is more appropriate since this was an unauthorized republication of Hoffmann's material. Also interesting to note is that the correct spelling of Herrmann is with two r's and two n's, the book title however only shows one n. Probably a deliberate error to avoid legal troubles. (Information...

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Allan Ackerman
Here's Hockley by Allan Ackerman

Essentially this is a reverse Biddle action where the Biddle move is used as a force. This idea was developed by Ed Marlo. (If anybody knows why this is called "Here's Hockley" please email us.)

runtime: 1min 45s

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Benedykt Krajdener
Her Majesty the Magic of Cards by Benedykt Krajdener

This work is something special, something completely unique. It is the product of a several decades long love affair of Benedykt Krajdener and the pasteboards. If you are truly in love you will sometimes do things that for an outsider appear as irrational, unbelievable, or outright insane. I am sure Benedykt is not insane, but finding and memorizing about 2700 words for every possible pair of cards from a deck of 52 might be considered irrational or perhaps unbelievable. Yes, love can do that to a grown man.

But before you assume this book is simply a list of those 2700 words, or that you...

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Unknown Mentalist
Her Majesty Deck by Unknown Mentalist

Her Majesty Deck is named thus because in this stack the Queen is called Her Majesty for an innovative reason. This is a memorized deck that is easier to learn, remember and use than Mnemonica or Aronson stacks. Most probably, you will be able to learn this stack on the same day that you read this manuscript.

The first few cards of Her Majesty Deck are as follows: AC 3D 2D 9H 7H JS 5H KS 4H QD 6S

You can perform almost all the stack-independent memdeck material out there with this deck too.


As a bonus, the Dictum Deck is also included. This is a cyclical stack that...

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Liam Montier
Henry Sugar by Liam Montier

"Henry Sugar is an incredibly clever effect and one that I will actually perform. I don't say that for many effects. As far as I'm concerned, Liam Montier is one of the most original magicians I've ever met and he is my main inspiration to create new magic. Pretty much everything he touches has a big hint of creativity and an even bigger hint of "I'll kick you where it hurts!" - Andi Gladwin

Liam Montier presents a stunning easy to do mentalist card trick based on a well-known short story by Roald Dahl, called "The Wonderful World of Henry Sugar".

The basic plot of the story is that...

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Paul Gordon
Hellman's Aces by Paul Gordon

Capture all four aces, one by one, between two spectator selected cards - a repeat sandwich effect.

1st edition 2017, length 6 min 6 s

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D. Angelo Ferri
Helicopter Card by D. Angelo Ferri

The Helicopter Card was one of Slydini's feature routines and is one of the most fascinating card routines of all time. A freely selected card mysteriously travels from the fan to the table, even though the spectator can check the cards on the table without finding his until the card invisibly flies like a helicopter to the table.

Dennis Barlotta, aka D. Angelo Ferri, studied for 8 years under Slydini. After several years of apprenticeship, Slydini was willing to teach Dennis this wonderful routine. Dennis will not only explain the mechanics and sleights but also the psychology, choreographed...

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Allan Ackerman
Heirophant Change by Allan Ackerman

The heirophant change is a color change that happens while a card is snapped to the table. It was developed by Ed Marlo.

runtime: 1min 4s

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Andrew Loh
Healing Portal by Andrew Loh

This is an impromptu ripped and restored signed card effect. This is a flash restoration and the restored signed card can be immediately given out as a souvenir and you end clean.

In this version, there is no extra card required, palming, etc. The restoration is very visual. The deck can be examined before and after the routine! Best of all, the spectator has a total free choice of the selection and no special setup of the deck. You end clean!

I was really pleased to read your excellent effect. I liked the effect of the tear disappearing. - Peter Duffie

I liked your handling of Healing Portal...

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David Regal
Heading North by David Regal

This is a very effective and very easy card rise developed by David Regal. Any card is selected and shuffled into the deck. The selection now inexplicably rises out of the deck. New method, easy to do.

No threads, rubber bands, magnets or other contraptions. The gimmick is simple and right there invisible in the deck. Spectators can stare right at it and not see it. Very clever and very practical.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 3min 57s

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Liam Montier & Darren McQuade
Headbangerz by Liam Montier & Darren McQuadeNine commercial tricks from Liam and Darren. Visibly cheat at pool and pot every ball simultaneously. Reveal a selection inside a keyring that the spectator can keep. Immediately change four cards into another with no moves. Predict a freely chosen ace, again and again. Use a drawn 8ball to visually reveal a spectator's card. Add new kickers and presentations to your card to wallet. Do a killer 'Kick Back' style transposition with any deck. Finally reveal a spectator's birthday card, and then the actual date.

A bizarre packet trick that demonstrates your ability to cheat at pool...

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Allan Ackerman
Havana Bottom Deal by Allan Ackerman

This is another Ed Marlo creation - a stud bottom deal.

runtime: 1min 47s

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Mario Tarasini
Haunted Card by Mario Tarasini

Do you believe in spirits? This trick will make you believe it. The chosen spectator's card begins to move magically, and rotates itself out of a ribbon spread.

  • You control the movement of the card
  • No funny movement
  • No "loops"
  • No "IT"
Special supplies may need to be purchased in order to prepare the gimmick.

length 7min 5s.

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Stephen Tucker
Hash-Town-Ding by Stephen Tucker

Someone shuffles an examined blue backed deck (which also contains four red backers). You take it back and, in seconds, produce the four aces. However, this production results in laughter from your audience, not stunned amazement.

You next explain that you are thinking of a word, and ask them to try and read your mind. They say that they think your word is SOAP. You act astonished and say that it was. You then remove the four red backed cards, seen earlier, and a letter has appeared on the back of each of them. The four letters are S, O, A and P!

The deck can now be examined. Hash-Town-Ding...

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Allan Ackerman
Hartman Change by Allan Ackerman

Blowing on the top card changes its face. Allan also teaches how this method can be used to prepare for a second consecutive color change.

runtime: 1min 8s

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Gregg Webb
Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation by Gregg Webb

Hard Copy was a magazine by Gregg Webb that ran for 13 issues starting in 2009. You will find primarily ideas on manipulation - manipulation of cards, corks, balls and other items. Includes contributions by Jeff McBride. The occasional non-manipulation effect with cards and or coins is thrown in the mix.

108 pages.

  1. Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation - cover page
  2. Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation - advertising sheet

  1. Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation - Issue 1 - 8 pages
  2. Welcome
  3. Webb's No "Steals" Card Fan Routine - Part One
  4. About Sleeves - article
  5. Not as Hard - a "column...
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Simon J. Lea
Hanging On by Simon J. Lea

A spectator is given a new deck of cards and some clothes pegs. Tearing off the cellophane they open the deck and begin to peg cards onto a washing line. When they run out of pegs, they shuffle the deck and pick one card at random. This card helps them randomly choose one of the pegged cards.

Imagine there are 9 cards pegged to the line and they choose the 4 of diamonds - they would then count along the pegged cards stopping at the fourth card. This card is turned around and re-pegged so that the audience can see what it is.

A prediction is opened revealing the name of selected card. ...

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Kyle MacNeill
Hands Hof! by Kyle MacNeill

From creative magician Kyle MacNeill comes a completely hands off Hofzinser Ace trick, and much, much more!

From the Introduction:

One thing that I am usually missing in my effects is commerciality, and hence I wanted to try to create a routine that was simple, easy, straight – to the point, and generated pleasing reactions.

One plot that I have always loved is the 'Hofzinser Ace Problem'. I have played with it countless times, using a play on words in ‘Hoffee Chew’ (American Dream, 2010), and in ‘Hoffee Beans’ (Zany, 2010). However, I recently have wished to create a Hofzinser...

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Al Leech
Handbook of Card Sleights by Al Leech

A must for all card men. Handy reference ebook for all card sleights. The best possible way to learn card magic, explained in good, clear terms by an expert. Sleights are modern, broken down to their simplest factors, useful and practical. The ideal ebook for the beginner in card work. You can't tackle advanced card work until you have the basics. This ebook will help you. Illustrated. Highly recommended.

  • Controls
  • The Crimp
  • Passes
  • The Palm
  • The Replacement
  • Changes
  • Forcing
  • False Counts
  • False Shuffles
  • Cuts
  • Reverses
  • Additions
  • The Color Change
  • From The Center
  • The Multiple Shift ...
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Steffan Soule
Hand Eye Coordination by Steffan Soule

This ebook teaches you how to perform Steffan Soule's Hand and Eye card trick and it shows you how to print your own playing cards. You will learn about all the latest methods to print playing cards, and you will see exactly how to invent your own customized version of Hand and Eye for your friends and important corporate events.

You can create your own magic for company parties and events using Steffan Soule's Hand and Eye as a basis for communicating ideas, themes, product branding, logos and more.

This ebook include additional artfiles to print and customize your own version.


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