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Satish B
Sandwich Mr. Daley? by Satish B

The four aces are openly removed and tossed onto the table. A card is chosen by the spectator and lost in the deck. The spectator chooses either the red or black aces to proceed. Let us assume he chose the red aces. The magician proclaims that as he waves the red aces over the deck, the chosen card will appear sandwiched between the aces. After a couple of attempts, nothing happens. Then the red aces turn into two jokers. When the deck is spread, the red aces are found reversed with the chosen card sandwiched between them. As a parting shot, the chosen card is found to be predicted on the back...

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Paul Stadelman
Sandu Writes Again by Paul Stadelman

Written by a past master at the art of misdirection, many of the effects are off the beaten path, revealing the original and creative mind of the author. Here's what magical inventor R. W. Hull had to say about a few of Sandu's original mysteries:

In "So Simple" is a mystery that has baffled the brightest minds who've seen it, when you're able to tell how many cards a spectator has cut from a shuffled deck.

"The Sequence of Suits" can be made into a dandy "betcha" stunt and becomes more fun the more times it is repeated.

"Sandu's Prognostication" is something a little different. It is a delightful...

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Chris Wasshuber
Samuel Cox Hooker and his Rising Cards by Chris Wasshuber

Dr. Samuel Cox Hooker's Rising Cards have been an unexplainable fascination for nearly a century. Hooker first showed his effect in 1914, and in 1993 and 2007 John Gaughan gave abbreviated performances. Nobody who has seen the Hooker Rising Cards performed has ever been able to explain how such effects can be accomplished. This includes the most notable and most knowledgeable magicians from past and present. How can, from a borrowed and shuffled deck, any card called for rise in the fairest possible manner on a well lit stage only a few feet from the spectators?

This work is not just about...

★★★★★ $39
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Sayan G.
S.G. Spread Control by Sayan G.

A utility move that allows you to control a card to the top, to the second, or a few cards down from the top.

I have created this move back in 2010 to control a card to the top of the deck. Over the years I have refined it to this point, now I am confident enough to share it with the magic community. With this move, you can not only control a card to the top but also to the second position or a few cards down from the top. This move is easy to perform without any knuckle-busting exercises.

1st edition 2022, video 22:20.

★★★★★ $5
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Felipe Suau & Biagio Fasano
S.E.M.P.E.R. by Felipe Suau & Biagio Fasano

What is S.E.M.P.E.R.? (Special Esp Memory Powers Enhanced Radically)

A special trick with a flexible method that offers wide-ranging presentational possibilities. It uses an ordinary deck of 52 poker cards and the trick will be deceptive even for many illusionists, but above all its impact on the audience is devastating.

Two spectators are asked to take a card and put them unseen in their pockets. The magician explains that, under these conditions, it is obviously extremely difficult to be able to identify the cards. Nevertheless, and in order to demonstrate to the public the uncommon...

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Jamie Daws
S.C-A.R-E.D by Jamie Daws

"It's one of the cleverest Haunted deck methods I've seen!" - Peter Duffie, MAGIC Magazine, May 2009

For Many years, the "Haunted Deck" effect has been favored and loved by all magicians. The old methods to create this fantastic effect were fiddly and sometimes tricky to perform easily. As of late, brand new versions of it have been released like "Really Haunted" and "Spirit" from Alakazam. All, of course used a gimmick that would have to be carried with you. But what if? What if you had the effect on you all the time as long as you carried a deck of cards? What if there was no gimmick in your...

★★★★★ $8
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Rupert Howard
Rupert Howard Magic Course: Lesson 07: Advanced Card Magic by Rupert Howard

Table of Contents

  1. Content
  2. The Giant Four Aces
  3. The Card and the Orange
  4. The Same To You
  5. The Three Card Trick
  6. The Master Diminishing Cards
  7. Taking the Count

1st edition 1931; 22 pages.

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Rupert Howard
Rupert Howard Magic Course: Lesson 06: More Tricks with Cards by Rupert Howard

Table of Contents

  1. Content
  2. Patter
  3. Card-Colour Change
  4. The Back-And-Front Palm
  5. Vanish and Production of Five Cards
  6. The Boomerang
  7. Springing the Cards
  8. The Miraculous Transit
  9. The Four Aces
  10. The Rising Cards
  11. Cards Through the Handkerchief
  12. The Painted Handkerchief
  13. Spoofed!
  14. "My Card"
  15. The Cards Up The Sleeve
  16. The Card on the Tape

1st edition 1931; 26 pages.

★★★★★ $4
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Rupert Howard
Rupert Howard Magic Course: Lesson 05: Sleight of Hand with Cards by Rupert Howard

Table of Contents

  1. Content
  2. Introduction

    Sleight of Hand with Cards

  3. The Ordinary Palm
  4. A Simple Pass
  5. The Force
  6. The Waterfall Shuffle
  7. Mechanical Forces
  8. The Knife Force
  9. A Simple Single-Handed Force
  10. The Bottom-Slip Force
  11. The Double Handed Pass
  12. The Single Handed Pass
  13. The Turnover
  14. The Cards from the Mouth
  15. False Counting
  16. The False Shuffle

    Tricks with Cards

  17. Mind Over Matter
  18. A Novel Card Discovery
  19. Spelling by Magic

    The History of Magic (part 5)

  20. Automatic Figures (continued)

1st edition 1931; 22 pages.

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Devin Knight
Running Cut Force by Devin Knight

A superior force where a spectator stops the magician anywhere during a running cut. Yet, that card is forced without any sleights or slip cuts.

One of the cleanest card forces ever created. Perfect for the mentalist looking for a natural force that doesn't scream card trick. Imagine showing a regular deck of cards and repeatedly cutting them until someone tells you to stop. You very cleanly deal off the card you were stopped at and believe it or not that card was forced! Once you stop you can ask the person if he wants you to cut again. If the person says, "Yes," you cut the deck again and...

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(Benny) Ben Harris
Run Silent Run Deep by (Benny) Ben Harris

If bought together with Silent Running you will receive an instant $5 bundle discount. (Also applies to all who bought Silent Running from us before. Make sure to FIRST login to your customer account and then add it to your shopping cart. Otherwise you will not receive the loyalty discount.)

Run Silent, Run Deep is the highly anticipated sequel to the controversial book, Silent Running (which created such a storm of interest in early 2010). This clever approach to the "Think of a Card" plot gained immediate acceptance with mentalists around the world (being translated into Japanese, Spanish and German editions), yet...

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Allan Ackerman
Rumba Count by Allan Ackerman

The rumba count is designed to apparently show all cards from the front and back, but in reality one hides the backs of all cards but one.

runtime: 1min 23s

★★★★ $2
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David Jonathan
RudiMental by David Jonathan

This is a collection of five self-working, or semi-automatic, effects that share the key underlying theme that the spectator becomes the star, getting all the credit for the small miracles they just seemed to perform. RudiMental contains a variety of unique effects, most of which are hands off, and are very deceptive, yet simple in method. At their core, the foundation of each piece uses a practical, time-honored method that has been modernized, re-worked and applied in unique new ways.

Each effect is supplemented with a presentation script, multiple detailed photos and many additional tips,...

★★★★★ $19.95
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Allan Ackerman
Rubberband Card by Allan Ackerman

This technique allows a card to jump right out of the deck.

runtime: 47s

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Chris Wasshuber
Rubber Bands for Shuber Blades (5 pieces) by Chris Wasshuber

We received so many requests for these rubber bands that we decided to offer them separately from the Shuber Blades. The blades will hold forever, but the rubber bands will eventually deteriorate or break. With this package you can get replacement bands for your Shuber Blades.

You will get 5 replacement rubber bands. Each rubber band is custom made from a transparent synthetic rubber. They are 0.75" (~2cm) wide. Their flat length is 3.7" (~9 cm). They fit the Shuber Blades perfectly but have also many other uses.

I sometimes use these rubber bands without blades. It doesn't give you the same protection...

★★★★★ $5
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Jon Racherbaumer
Rub-a-Dub Digest by Jon Racherbaumer

ABOUT RUB-A-DUB: The rhyme is of a type calling out otherwise respectable people for disrespectable actions, in this case, ogling naked ladies - the maids. The nonsense "Rub-a-dub-dub" develops a phonetic association of social disapprobation, analogous to "tsk-tsk," albeit of a more lascivious variety.

The Rub-a-Dub Move's inauspicious beginning began in 1909 at a time when, relatively speaking, magicians had a limited number of utilitarian sleights and techniques at their disposal. Besides, the Rub-a-Dub Move happened in the blink of an eye and was only an offbeat way to make a card disappear. ...

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Larry Jennings
Royal Twist by Larry Jennings

This is a take on the Twisting Aces plot with a kicker climax where the four of a kind change into a Royal Flush.

The four tens are taken out of the pack and displayed one by one. Repeatedly twisting the pack turns one of the tens face up. At the very end the cards change into a Royalt Flush.

Intermediate difficulty. runtime: 7min 30s

★★★★★ $6
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George Ernest Arrowsmith
Royal Progress by George Ernest Arrowsmith

All the court cards are found in a borrowed deck repeatedly and genuinely shuffled by the spectators. The performer first produces the Kings, then the Jacks, and lastly the Queens.

The deck is shuffled by a member of the audience. The cards are inserted in a trouser pocket. One at a time the Kings are produced. The spectator shuffles again the pack of cards. The performer puts it behind his back and produces the four Jacks. Again, the cards are genuinely shuffled by the spectator. After making the spectator check that his pocket is empty, the performer inserts the cards into it. Despite all...

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Jason Sheng
Royal Poker Deal by Jason Sheng


You remove 10 cards from the deck and play a Poker game with your spectator. Here the magician deals cards and allows a spectator to freely choose the face down cards that they wish to build their hand from. During the last deal, the spectator gets to look at his existing hand and choose from the remaining cards to build the best hand. Alas, the magician wins even though the spectator did all of the choosing. The magician will always get a royal flash.

  • perform it with any deck of playing cards
  • without difficult sleight of hand
  • use only ten normal playing cards
  • force the card...
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Andrew Loh
Royal Highness by Andrew Loh

This is one of the easiest four-of-a-kind productions with no finger-flicking moves or flourishes.

Effect: Spectator freely names a number between 10 and 20. After some byplay and counting the cards in the process, the spectator unknowingly produces the four Kings.

No crimp! No markings! No gimmicks! No extra cards! No rough & smooth!

I like this a lot. I haven't seen this combination of ideas before. They work very well to produce a strong effect. - Peter Duffie

It's a very novel four-of-a-kind production. The principle used is a simple one and makes the trick pretty much self-working. -...

★★★★★ $6
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Allan Ackerman
Roy Walton's Think of a Card by Allan Ackerman

This is a Roy Walton's effect where Allan has slightly changed the method. A spectator selected card ends up between the two red kings.

runtime: 3min 56s

★★★★★ $4
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Rovi's Exclusive Card Secrets by Rovi

Rovi is a Gold Star Medalist of the Inner Magic Circle and a Member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians. He is an expert with a pack of cards and his particular brand of card magic has an enormous impact on magicians and members of the public. In this exclusive interview he has been persuaded to release several of his remarkable effects.

Featured in this recording are some of the card secrets that have earned Rovi regular engagements on TV and at exclusive hotels and private houses. The secrets he reveals are not for magicians out to amaze each other with manual dexterity but for...

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Richard Owen
Rovi: The Story of a Man and his Magic by Richard Owen

The authorized book of Rovi's life, philosophy, and magic. The first part deals with Rovi's life from birth, through military service and marriage all the way to his success in magic. A fascinating story with over 50 tricks including the much-requested "Cowboy Trick." Wonderful effects for a variety of skills. Many sleights are thoroughly explained and discussed, including Rovi's fabulous forces, pass, side slip, peek and top change. Many of these ideas appeared in print in this book for the first time.

Wonderful illustrations by Tony Dunn; produced and partly edited by Anthony Brahams.

1st edition 2000, The...

★★★★★ $20
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Lewis Ganson & Rovi
Rovi Reveals Teach-In by Lewis Ganson & Rovi

Al Koran convinced Rovi that it was the easy-to-follow plot with a strong magical impact for which there appeared to be no explanation, that had the greatest impression on audiences. Rovi has followed that dictum with great success, devising routines of his own, all of which are styled to entertain. Those readers who expect to have to learn difficult sleights or memorize long sequences of moves, can breathe a sigh of relief. Rovi's magic is not like that, it is based on simplicity and subtlety.

These are all card effects except one, "Watched Coins" a marvelous coin routine.

This was part of the...

★★★★★ $9.50
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