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Allan Ackerman
Strike Center Deal by Allan Ackerman

The center deal is a tough move. This strike center deal is probably one of the easier ways to achieve a center deal. Using this deal Allan teaches a center deal demonstration where you only need to deal one card from the center and the rest comes from the top - making it a lot easier to perform.

runtime: 3min 5s

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Allan Ackerman
Strike Bottom Deal by Allan Ackerman

The strike bottom deal is less versatile and needs a lot of practice to get right. It can be performed from an Erdnase grip or a standard mechanics grip.

runtime: 2min 2s

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Alan Rorrison
Stretch by Alan Rorrison

A lovely card stretching routine - very simple to do, because a little something does most of the work for you.

Have a card selected (totally free choice) and draw a happy stick figure on the back of the card. The spectator can even sign the back, too. Then you place the card back on the top of the back and add another card on top of it - the stretch box. You now stretch the card with the signature clearly showing. At the end, simply square up table the top card, the stretch box, and hand out the selected with the stick figure as a souvenir.

This is very simple, no difficult sleights,...

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Mario Tarasini
Stretch by Mario Tarasini

The magician shows a card with a hole in it. He grabs the hole and stretches it. After a moment the hole morphs back to its original shape. But that is not all. The magician slowly peels the hole from the card - the hole becomes a sticker and the card is solid, restored to its normal state.

Both sides of the card can be shown (from some distance). The hole just disappears. Additional supplies may be needed in order to perform the effect. Requires arts and crafts to prepare the gimmick.

1st edition 2020, length 25 min.

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Jon Racherbaumer
Streamlining Discernments by Jon Racherbaumer

A treatise on how to determine a thought of card.

1st edition 2011; 52 pages....

★★★★★ $15
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Abhinav Bothra
Stratagem by Abhinav Bothra

Stratagem is a 3 phase modular routine using a regular pack of playing cards. It is easy enough for a month old beginner and at the same time delivers an impact of an expert. Each phase of Stratagem stands on its own and at the same time builds upon the previous one.

Phase I (CAAN on Steroids) :: A crossbreed of 'Do As I Do' and 'Card At Any Number'. CAAN not just once but twice - once in the hands of the performer and the other time in the hands of the participant with zero sleights involved. Each time all the decisions are made by the participant.

Phase II (Remote Viewing) :: With your...

★★★★ $9.95
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Peter Duffie
Stranger in a Gangsta's Paradise by Peter Duffie

No Gaffs or Duplicates. This is a reworked version of "The Case in Hand" that appeared in Duffie's Card Compulsions. You tell a story of a stranger and a gang of four in an unpleasant neighborhood. The gang needs to defend their turf but the stranger with the help of two body guards finds a clever place to hide.

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Peter Pellikaan
Strangeee by Peter Pellikaan

Two cards are face-down on the table next to each other. When you turn over the first one it is blank on its face. When you turn over the second one a big hole appears in the center. When you turn them back face-down the big hole vanishes. It can hardly get any stranger.

1st edition 2024, video 2:03.

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Aldo Colombini
Strange Pairs by Aldo Colombini

An incredible series of effects of nine pairs of cards (with drawings of animals). Three tricks that you can concatenate together into a long, incredible, magic sequence. Plus an amazing effect performed during the 2007 lecture tour by Aldo Colombini and Rachel Wild.

The effects are:

  • Parallel
  • Paradise
  • Glass Palace
  • Surprise

Complete with card templates and detailed explanations, easy to do.

1st edition 2001, PDF 7 pages.

★★★★★ $10
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J. Stewart Smith
Strange Command by J. Stewart Smith

Excerpt from the Foreword:

This book is intended for those men who have made a study of card magic. To be magic, the viewers are unaware of the use of any methods ... the effect apparently just happens and the performer seems to be only an instrument of the supernatural. Certain death to magic follows any contraventions of these principles.

  • Foreword
  • It Is Certain To Happen
  • The Notorious Society
  • Nebuchadnezzar’s Nightmare
  • Occult Powers In Full Force
  • Unfriendly Influence
  • The Offensive Jacks
  • An Unexplainable Purpose
  • So Great Is Its Power
  • This Strange Mystery
  • Within The Realm...
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Peter Pellikaan
Strange Cards by Peter Pellikaan

You start out showing two seven of diamonds, one ace of spades and one ace of clubs. But in the process of showing them or turning them over they all become aces of spades, aces of clubs, or seven of diamonds. Best to watch the demo video below.

1st edition 2023, video 4:48.

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Ian Baxter
Strands ... by Ian Baxter

Five of Baxter’s best with cards – all impromptu, all straightforward, all within reach of the average card man. Included is Easy Going Triumph, which puts the famous Vernon effect into an even more convincing mode and not a sleight in sight.

Direct and clean effects achieved by simple methods. With an introduction by Charles Gauci.

  • Shared Sandwich
  • Staying In Touch
  • Rag
  • Coin Spell
  • Easy Going Triumph

1st edition 2018, 16 pages.

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Allan Ackerman
Stover Fake Cut by Allan Ackerman

An idea by Mel Stover, this false cut is an optical illusion.

runtime: 44s

★★★★★ $2
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Allan Ackerman
Stop! by Allan Ackerman

Spectator chooses a card, remembers it, and the card is lost in the deck. Then the performer places cards one by one on the table until the spectator says: "Stop!". Magically the spectator has stopped exactly at his chosen card.

This version of the Stop trick uses the Benzais Cop to achieve the effect.

runtime: 1min 49s

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Wesley James
Stop Fooling Us! by Wesley James

The Wesley James Magic Castle Lecture

Not everyone will immediately recognize the name Wesley James. Those in the know will. For many years Mr. James has been an underground secret. During his many years as a professional he refused to lecture for magicians or publish the effects he used in his professional performances. Since Mr. James has retired from performing and has lectured for magicians. Stop Fooling Us! are the lecture notes from his first lecture series.

"One of the best sets of lecture notes I've seen in quite some time. Top notch stuff! and a good value." - Harvey Rosenthal ...

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Allan Ackerman
Stop Aces by Allan Ackerman

This is a neat little ace revelation using three bottom deals. Performer deals cards to the table until spectator says: "Stop." Another packet is dealt until spectator says: "Stop." This is done for another two times until a total of four packets are on the table. The bottom most card of all those four packets is an ace.

runtime: 1min 23s

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Jeff Stone
Stone Cold Magic (download video) by Jeff Stone

"If you are looking for a fresh dose of commercial, audience-tested card magic, look no further than Jeff Stone's Stone Cold Magic. There's plenty of useable card effects presented in a wonderfully friendly, casual and straightforward manner. My only criticism is that Jeff came up with the idea of using the Erdnase-Houdini Color Change as an invisible palm. It looks so darn good, I wish to heck I had thought of it!!" - Jay Sankey

"Jeff is a real worker and tips his mitt in this DVD. There are some great ideas that are really USABLE. In addition, it's just a fun watch as noted by others. Jeff is...

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Jeff Stone
Stone Cold Magic by Jeff Stone

You'll find incredible detail and over 90 photographs. You'll learn some of the original handling ideas from when these effects were first created.

In addition, there is a ton of information about performing and practicing and how to move from reading the ebook to performing the effects.

And if that's not enough, you'll get a healthy dose of Jason Montoya's artwork and more of those crazy Saga Stories including several that have never been published.

1st edition 2008; 79 pages.

  1. Preface
  2. Update For 2008
  3. The Basics


  4. Ace Bandage
  5. Dethroned
  6. Keep...
★★★★★ $9.95
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Stomp by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Let someone choose a card, and then put the card back in the deck. The spectator himself can shuffle the cards, and then lay them on the ground, face down. You now claim to find the card, without your hands touching them. Now you step on the cards on the floor, and show the spectator a card, which is underneath your shoe. But It is not the card the spectator has chosen. But no problem. You step a second time on the floor, lift up your shoe, and now the card has turned into the one, chosen by the spectator!

You require:

  1. A Reel with a break
  2. Some double sided scotch tape
  3. Some magician...
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Paul Hallas
Still Small, Still Deadly by Paul Hallas

A new 2020 edition of the sequel to Small But Deadly and a continuing exploration of packet tricks, their creators and the evolution of plots and methods, discussion and analysis of effects plus routines to add to your repertoires. If you loved the first book, then you'll love this one too. This new edition now has 212 letter sized, information packed pages. Includes updated chapters, new chapters and now 668 packet effects get mentioned throughout.

Includes effect contributions from:

★★★★ $25
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Matthew Leatherbarrow
Sticky Trip by Matthew Leatherbarrow

Effect: The magic-man reaches into his pocket and removes one solitary playing card say for example, the Ace of Diamonds. Draw on the back of this playing card is a rudimentary stickman. The performer goes on to explain that "the stickman lives on this card, the Ace of Diamonds is his home", as this is explained the card is shown clearly on both sides. The performer then goes on to say "like all other people, Mr Stickman likes to go on holiday". With one quick shake the stickman drawing disappears from the back of the Ace of Diamonds which is then placed face-down on the table. The deck of cards...

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Steven Youell
Steven Youell Teaches Advanced Card Techniques by Steven Youell

This video is packed with top notch information. You get 6 bonus effects in a PDF. And you get 17 video clips in MP4 format demonstrating and teaching advanced card sleights such as the Top Change, Zarrow Shuffle, Side Steal, Perfect Tabled Faro, Cardini Multiple Shift, Forcing and Palming. Steven is an accomplished card handler and performer. Learn from his experience and advice.

Steven Youell sold the same information on two separate CDs. We have bought the rights and combined them into this one download product.

    • Blinded By The Sleight
    • Gaffus Maximus
    • The Infamous Non-Working...
★★★★★ $29.90
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Jack Carpenter
Steve Mayhew's Angels May Shuffle But The Devil Still Deals by Jack Carpenter

Steve Mayhew has come up, with what must be the most clever application of the Gilbreath principle, or strictly speaking a principle closely related to Gilbreath's. He achieves with this idea extremely strong poker deal effects. If you are only remotely interested in poker deals, mathematical principles, or in particular the Gilbreath principle, you must read this ebook. This ebook is a reprint of his notes with the same title plus the effect "Freedom" from his lecture notes.

1st edition, 1999, Me and the Other Guy Productions.

  1. Acknowledgments
  2. Introduction
  3. The Principle
  4. Getting Ready ...
★★★★★ $20
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Unknown Mentalist
Stebbins Surprise Stack by Unknown Mentalist
  1. Can a Si Stebbins PLUS TWO stack be made useful for stack magic?
  2. Can the values of this stack be made to look random enough for fair scrutiny?
  3. Can this stack be made useful as a memorized deck - knowing the card at a given position and vice versa - without a sweat?
  4. Can this stack have a monodistic sequence instead of the repeating tetradistic sequence like the regular Si Stebbins stack?
  5. After having achieved all the above, will the stack still remain simple and easy to learn?
  6. Can this same framework be applied to the other Stebbins +3 or +4 stacks?
  7. Finally, will it be possible to perform...
★★★★★ $18
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