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Aldo Colombini
Aces Up Your Sleeve by Aldo Colombini

Here is the second download DVD with routines using the four Aces as primary 'characters.' Ten card routines with Aces.

CONTENTS:

  • TOPSY-TURVY ACE LOCATION (Nick Trost): In a face-up and face-down shuffled deck you find the Aces and then all the cards turn facing the same way.
  • HOF-WICH (Cameron Francis): Two Jokers find the Ace of the same suit of the selected card and then the Ace changes into the selection.
  • ACCENTUATED ACES (Paul Gordon): The Aces are eliminated one by one and the last changes into the selected card.
  • ATLANTIS (Aldo Colombini): A card is placed on the table and a selected card is inserted among the four...
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Lynn J. Searles
Aces Up by Lynn J. Searles

An exceptionally clever version of the 4-Ace Trick - no trick aces - use a borrowed deck.

In effect the 4 aces are dealt singly on to the table, face down. Twelve indifferent cards are then shown and dealt on to them, making four packets, one of which is chosen by a spectator. No force of any kind, believe it or not, he takes any of the four packets. The remaining three are turned over to show all indifferent cards. The four Aces are in the packet chosen. It's the most convincing of all Four Ace Tricks, and we know it will fool the best of card men. A couple of easy-to-do moves and the special...

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Lewis Ganson
Aces in Deception or "How Right You Are" by Lewis Ganson

An easy and effective multiphase routine with a Svengali deck. A spectator is correct continually in finding a previously selected card which the performer underlines with the punch line "How Right You Are."

From the introduction:

Here is one of those card routines in which the happenings are inexplicable to the uninitiated. The handling of the cards is so natural and each move is performed so deliberately, that trickery appears out of the question, yet a series of effects take place which really are uncanny.

To begin with, I will confess that a Svengali pack is used throughout and...

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Aldo Colombini
Aces in Action by Aldo Colombini

All the routines involve the four Aces. Most of them are totally impromptu and all of them use regular cards.

CONTENTS

  • PROGNOSTIC ACES (Francis Haxton): A freely selected Ace in a packet of four, is the only one with a different colored back.
  • DOUBLE DISCOVERY (Nick Trost): A spectator cuts the deck at random and he finds the four Kings. Finally, he finds the four Aces. A great opener for any Ace routine. Easy to do.
  • ALCHEMY ACES (Aldo Colombini): An easy four-Ace assembly with a surprising ending.
  • SUDDEN IMPACT (Peter Duffie): The four Aces are lost in the deck and immediately found in a spectacular way. ...
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John Gelasi
Aced! by John Gelasi

John Gelasi presents a baffling new “B’wave” effect.

Aced! allows the spectator to truly name any suit they wish, with no ambiguity whatsoever. The ace they name is the ace you predicted every time; you always reveal it in an entertaining manner.

You get the full explanation for the setup and working of this one-packet “B’wave”, plus an exclusive set of video explanations that detail all the moves required to perform the effect.

You even get a bonus effect, “Acing the Twists”, a full deck “Twisting the Aces” and “Collectors” hybrid that can be performed with any...

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Allan Ackerman
Ace-ta-mation by Allan Ackerman

This is one of Ed Marlo's best routines also sometimes called "Miracle Ace Cutting" and was first published in Faro Control Miracles. The patter Allan uses is from Dai Vernon and tells the story of a one handed gambler who miraculously can cut to the aces.

runtime: 6min 52s

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Peter Duffie
Ace Production 4 by Peter Duffie

Find the foure aces in a neat final display. (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)

runtime: 4min 55s

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Peter Duffie
Ace Production 3 by Peter Duffie

The first ace appears and then the remaining three aces appear all at once in a nice display. (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)

runtime: 5min 27s

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Peter Duffie
Ace Production 2 by Peter Duffie

The four aces are found one by one in a visual and magical manner. (Also part of Move Mastery 1.)

runtime: 4min 2s

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Peter Duffie
Ace Production 1 by Peter Duffie

The four aces are lost in the deck and then one by one found in a visual and magical manner. (Also part of Move Mastery 1.)

runtime: 3min 53s

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Allan Ackerman
Ace Assembly Variation by Allan Ackerman

You deal four hands of cards. The first card for each hand is an ace followed by four indifferent cards. However, magically all the aces assemble in the performer's packet.

You will need to be familiar with the Veeser Concept to perform this effect.

runtime: 4min 1s

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Allan Ackerman
Ace Assembly by Allan Ackerman

Spectator cuts the deck into four piles of approximately the same size. Performer puts one ace on each pile, assembles the piles and without any funny business the aces end up at the very top of the assembled pile.

This is an application of the Benzais cop.

runtime: 59s

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Nicholas Uusitalo
Accidental Sandwich by Nicholas Uusitalo

The magician introduces a deck of cards to the audience. He produces two jacks from the deck, and explains that they are going to help the magician to find the selected card.

He then asks a volunteer to select any card from the deck. The card is signed, and lost somewhere towards the center of the pack.

The magician then starts to shake the two jacks above the pack, and something amazing happens. One card materializes in between the two jacks. Unfortunately the card sandwiched in between the two jacks is the wrong card.

The magician places the two jacks and the sandwiched card to the...

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Raphaël Czaja
Accans Family by Raphaël Czaja

EFFECT: A spectator shuffles a packet of number cards as much as he wants and deals through it to create a random number. Then, he deals through a blue-backed deck of playing cards (in which the magician put a red-backed prediction) and stops at his number. Let's say his card is the 7 of Clubs. Unbelievably, the red-backed prediction is the 7 of Clubs!

NB: The deck is always dealt face-up. Self-working. Happens in the hands of the spectator. Examinable. Quick reset. No gaff. Uses one regular deck and one red-backed card only. Includes a handling to perform it anytime during your act with...

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Gerard Zitta
ACAAN'Z by Gerard Zitta

Tons of ideas in this manual...A compendium of effects, principles and methods related somehow to the "Any card at any number" plot, commonly called ACAAN. Even though they are not all 'perfect' ACAAN's, they are interesting, entertaining or original variants from an audience point of view.

  • Some are original, some are based on combinations of old principles, with some 'twists' or new ideas.
  • Most are card tricks, some are not.
  • Some are impromptu or even improvised, some need some preparation.
  • Some are hands off, some need some (easy) sleight of hand.
  • Some are direct, some are more convoluted. ...
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Unnamed Magician
ACAAN: another approach to an age-old plot by Unnamed Magician

Note: For those of you who own ACAAN: A Fresh Approach to an Age-Old Plot, this uses a totally different principle.

Imagine:

The magician introduces a special deck of 52 cards, where each card is seen to have a number 1 through 52 printed on it. The spectators (two of them) are asked to verify that all the numbers are indeed different, that there aren't any duplicate numbers. The magician hands one spectator this special deck (in a face-down position) and says, "I want you to select a number 1 through 52. But instead of just thinking of a number 1 through 52, I want you to randomly select one. Like that, even you don't know...

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Unnamed Magician
ACAAN: a fresh approach to an age-old plot by Unnamed Magician

Imagine:

The magician introduces a special deck of 52 cards, where each card is seen to have a number 1 through 52 printed on it. The spectators (two of them) are asked to verify that all the numbers are indeed different, that there aren't any duplicate numbers. The magician hands one spectator this special deck (in a face-down position) and says, "I want you to select a number 1 through 52. But instead of just thinking of a number 1 through 52, I want you to randomly select one. Like that, even you don't know what number you'd end up with, thereby eliminating any psychological influence....

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Tom Phoenix
ACAAN of Worms by Tom Phoenix

This is a collection of 10 ACAAN and plot variation methods. It covers subconscious predictions, Si work, and other such shenanigans.

Here is a list of the contents:

Predestination - A deck is shuffled by the spectator, and a card is thought of. The participant deals cards until they find the one they thought of. You have predicted the exact position it was found in. No forces involved, and nothing is said out-loud by the participant. Oh, and you can perform this blindfolded.

True ACAAN - No stooges, forces, trick decks, etc. It requires work, but it's not hard to do, and is entirely...

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Abhinav Bothra
ACAAN meets a Monkey by Abhinav Bothra

A merge of ACCAN and Do As I Do.

ACAAN is one of the most loved card plots and Do As I Do is one of the most ignored. ACAAN meets a Monkey is a unique cross-over between both of them.

Here two cards get chosen, one by the performer and one by the participant. Both cards are then lost and the cards get shuffled. Both cards are later found by the participant at the number that the participant decides on.

Flow of Events:

  • A pack of cards gets cut into 2 packets by the participant.
  • The participant picks one packet and the performer picks the other one.
  • Both of them show one card from...
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Dave Forrest
ACAAN Again by Dave Forrest

Dave just can't leave this plot alone. Here, on this 12 minute video download you'll learn perhaps his boldest method to date. A regular deck is thoroughly examined and shuffled by a spectator. A freely chosen number between 1 and 52 is written on a business card. A freely chosen card is written on a second business card. Both of these are locked inside the card case. The performer takes the deck and deals until the number is reached. Sure enough, the chosen card is found at the freely chosen number. The best news? There is a very cool gimmick in play which makes this whole thing practically...

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Timothy Wade
ACAAN Accomplished by Timothy Wade

After fanning the cards to show they are mixed the performer places the deck on a small table or hands it to someone to hold, at which point he never touches or even approaches the deck again. Next, the performer, in order to prove no stooges are being used picks up a box that is filled with paper balls and slings it in an arc over the entire audience asking everyone to catch or pick up a ball near them. When a number of the audience are holding paper balls, the performer reveals that three of the balls have a second red paper ball concealed inside the white. When the three people find...

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Stephen Tucker
ACAAN by Stephen Tucker

Any Card At Any Number - You table a cased deck, then remove a small, thin note-pad from your shirt pocket and ask one person to name any card. Let's assume he says, "The Queen of Spades." You record this on the pad. You next ask a second person to name any number from 1 to 52. Let's assume this person says, "22". You record this too, then pick up the cased deck. You remove the cards and show that they are all different. You hand the deck to one of them, and ask that he deals down to the 22nd card... it's the Queen of Spades!

If you would like to inject a little comedy, once the card and...

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Brian Kennedy
ACAAN by Brian Kennedy

This is a straight forward ACAAN that is very easy to do - one could say it is more or less a move-less method. You ask the spectator to name any card (no force, completely free choice). Then you ask them to cut a portion of the cards off the deck and count the cards. This is the free selection for a number. Again there is no force of any kind. The spectator can cut as little or as many cards as she wishes. Nevertheless, the card the spectator has chosen earlier ends up at the same number.

[Note: The method is deceptively simple. It will probably not fool most magicians, but it will fool the vast majority of laypeople. The advantage of this method is that it requires no preparation and no forcing of any kind.]

1st edition 2013, runtime 10 minutes....

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Jack Yates
Above Suspicion by Jack Yates

A self-working principle which determined a person's thoughts . . . Listen to this bewildering effect. A pack of cards is shuffled and a spectator merely thinks of a card. The pack is then dealt once, twice and finally a third time into two piles. Before completing the last dealing the spectator may, if he so wishes, shuffle both halves. Despite all this, when the spectator deals through the pack he finds there are only 51 cards; the thought-of card has vanished! The performer produces the card from his pocket before the spectator names his chosen card. An astounding climax which completely...

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