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Mystic Alexandre
Target Card in Painting by Mystic Alexandre

This is a wonderful presentational idea for the "Invisible Deck". (If you do not know what the "Invisible Deck" is ask around or visit a dealer. It is a very common prepared deck of cards.)

This routine will require some creativity on your part, but more so on the spectator’s part ... but this is part of the fun. It can really go anywhere and it’s usually just as interesting to the performer as it is for the participant.

1st edition 2008; 3 pages.

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Ritaprova Sen
Target by Ritaprova Sen

The magician asks for a card to be selected and also takes out the joker. After the selection has been noted and signed he buries the card inside the deck and places the deck on the table. He riffles the inner edge with his thumb and suddenly flicks the face up joker into the deck. The face up joker is seen to stick out at a certain portion of the deck until the very last moment before it is pushed in flush with the deck and the deck is immediately spread to show that the joker landed right next to the selection. A work of true precision. And this can be repeated as many times as you wish. Almost...

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Stephen Tucker
Taking Liberties: the U.S. Card Book by Stephen Tucker

An early publication filled with routines from the creative mind of Stephen Tucker.

1st edition 1984; 56 pages

Table of Contents

  1. Intro
  2. Shaken And Stirred
  3. Double Vision
  4. Sounds Too Good To Be True
  5. Space Oddities
  6. Halve Your Oil Bill
  7. Generation Gaps
  8. They're Back
  9. Unburied Treasure
  10. Laundering
  11. Black Power
  12. Throwaway
  13. Silent Running
  14. Within Your Reach!
  15. Poles Apart
  16. The Born Leader
  17. Overnight
  18. Between The Lines
  19. Splash!
  20. On And On And On And On And On...
  21. Sledgehammer
  22. Top Secret
  23. Queen Of Controversy
  24. Girl Talk
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Raymonde Crow
Take the Plunge(r): Tiny Plunger Magic by Raymonde Crow

The tiny plunger is an exciting new plot in magic and has been performed on the Today show. It's cute and catchy.

Take the Plunge(r): Tiny Plunger Magic is not about merely telling you the secret, but also how to perform an easy routine that builds to a stunning conclusion, while getting laughs all along the way.

You will learn where to get the props you need, how to set up for the trick, and how to reset for the next performance. There is also solid advice born from Raymonde Crow's experience "in the trenches," working in a restaurant environment.

Whether you want to make money as...

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Michael Breggar
Take Five by Michael Breggar

From the unsyncopated mind of Hepcat "Dizzy" Michael Breggar comes a new album of killer-diller-thriller card routines: Take Five

It's Dave Brubeck in style, Miles Davis in form, Louis Armstrong in structure, and all Michael Breggar in method and quirkiness. Mike is back with five incredible, sleight-lite masterful effects that will shake your clefs and make your audience's jaws sag while they laugh, applaud wildly, and cut a rug!

These routines are all part of Michael's current repertoire and include some that have been performed at his Magic Castle gigs.

Here's what's been waxed,...

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Jack McMillen & Judson Brown
Take a Card by Jack McMillen & Judson Brown

This hard-to-find book of eleven clever card effects was ahead of its time and still plays well to today's audiences. While not self-working, magicians with ordinary card ability can do them all.

The effects include:

  • An Instantaneous Detection
  • The Haunted Whisper
  • The Hazy Pips
  • From Another Deck
  • A Joker Location
  • Another Joker Location
  • Blowing the Pips
  • A New Reverse Location
  • Upside Down
  • The Phantom Pips
  • Topsy-Turvy Location

Acclaimed by close-up masters including Dai Vernon and Charlie Miller, McMillen and Brown were known as the most skillful card performers on the Pacific coast. Those who knew...

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Sean Waters
Tailored Suits: Card Routines Befitting a Mentalist by Sean Waters

"I want to crawl up your nose and take a sample of your brain so I can clone it." - Iain Dunford

"It's a great book from cover to cover." - Don Theo

"Every time Sean describes a new card effect to me it feels like coming home to that place where 'Out of This World' is brand new and I wonder what's waiting on the next page." - Mike Ince

"A real treasure chest" - Felix Schellenberg

"An Exceptional Book" - Jan Forster

"If you've ever doubted whether cards have a place in mentalism, READ THIS BOOK!" - Gabe Abelson

"Cards DO have a place in mentalism. Here is over 100 pages that further proves it." - Bryn Reynolds

"I could...

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Cristóbal Carnero Liñán
Tahúr: a gambling routine by Cristóbal Carnero Liñán

This is the gambling demonstration that Cristóbal uses in his show "Cartas Bajo Control" ("Cards Under Control"). About ten minutes long, it's an entire act with four phases, showing almost impossible skills, like card location while shuffling, estimation, card control, and the legendary center deal. You can deal the four aces without spectators being able to see how it is done, even when they know what you are going to do.

It is not necessary for you to know how to do a center deal, though in some parts of this routine you'll need to know some techniques. References and links are included,...

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Allan Ackerman
Tabled Snap Change by Allan Ackerman

This is another very visual card change onto the table.

runtime: 55s

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Allan Ackerman
Tabled Slip Cut by Allan Ackerman

A slip cut allows you to cut the card second from top to the top. Here Allan teaches a triple slip cut for the table.

runtime: 1min 13s

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Allan Ackerman
Tabled Palm by Allan Ackerman

A move developed by Ed Marlo where you steal the top card while squaring up a deck that is resting on the table. This can also be used as a color change if the deck is face up on the table. And Allan also let's you in on Eddies 'Nickle Color Change' where a nickle is placed on the face up deck. Nevertheless the card changes instantly leaving the nickle on the deck. This one is guaranteed to fool magicians.

runtime: 2min 6s

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Allan Ackerman
Tabled Faro Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

To do the tabled faro perfectly - a 26/26 weave - is very hard to achieve consistently. However, often you only need to faro a portion of the deck and not the entire deck. A partial tabled faro is relatively easy to learn.

runtime: 4min 54s

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Allan Ackerman
Tabled Fake Cut by Allan Ackerman

This is a nicely flowing no frills tabled false cut.

runtime: 1min 2s

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Jamie Daws
T.A.G by Jamie Daws

T.A.G is an awesome device Jamie discovered not too long ago. Imagine having a device that could advertise your number, e-mail, web site and anything else while you're performing. Imagine a device that is so small, it can hang around your neck and look sleek and cool. Imagine a device that is eye catching and will get you more bookings. Imagine a device that can do all of these things and still hold a number of magic effects.

Imagine no more! This device will make your professional, working life a whole lot easier and ensure everyone knows who you are and how to get hold of you. This is an...

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J. G. Thompson Jr.
T-Formation by J. G. Thompson Jr.

J. G. Thompson, Jr's fabulous master-key to card control.

From the introduction by B. W. McCarron, "T-Formation (TF) is a monograph of card sleights that are not at all difficult for the average performer; yet they allow a nice range of performance possibilities. Forces, controls, peeks and even the versatile double lift are all given the 'Thompson treatment.' "

T-Formation teaches the average magician or mentalist an assortment of maneuvers with cards that are easy to execute but full of deceptiveness. In the author's words, T-Formation "enables the performer, with a minimum of effort, to perform...

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Jon Racherbaumer
Synergistic Sandwiches by Jon Racherbaumer

Sandwich tricks, long popular with cardmen, are nothing more than glorified locations. What makes them a little different is that the selections are found at specific places: between two other cards. Perhaps the best way to present these stunts is to perform a few in a rapidfire, successive way—each phase following the preceding one in a logical, progressive way. Also, each phase should be stronger than the preceding one. When such phases unfold in this manner, the overall impression will likely have more impact and be memorable.

And this is exactly what Racherbaumer has engineered in...

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Peter Duffie
SyncroMatic by Peter Duffie

When all is said and done ...
you are the lonely one!

A Do-as-I-Do effect that could not have happened!

The performer and a spectator freely select cards from packets that they each hold. Each time the cards are a perfect match. But in the end the audience is left with blank amazement! With influences from Patrick Page and Roy Walton, this is one you will keep!

5 pages.

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Allan Ackerman
Switch Out Count by Allan Ackerman

This is an idea by Steve Freeman to switch out one card that is sandwiched between two other cards.

runtime: 1min 32s

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Allan Ackerman
Swing Cut Bottom Palm by Allan Ackerman

Palm the bottom cards during a swing cut. This move was developed by Allan Ackerman.

runtime: 2min 1s

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Nefesch
Sweet Card by Nefesch

A sweet revelation of a selected card. The Magician offers a beverage to the spectator. The spectator selects a card and the magician explains to him that he found out that cold beverages are much better if you add some sugar to them. The reaction of the sugar causes the sugar to form the shape of the selected card at the inside bottom of the glass.

An alternative presentational angle could be that you have caused some of that massive amount of sugar already in the soft drink to fall out at the bottom and form an image of the selected card.

No matter how you want to spin the story, this...

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Boiledz
Survive by Boiledz

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

The selected card is lost in the deck. The magician takes a pencil and stabs through the center of the deck. Every single card is destroyed, but one card remains unharmed, that's the selected card.

  • The deck can be examined
  • No force

1st edition 2016, length 12min

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(Benny) Ben Harris
Superflip and S.F.U.C. by (Benny) Ben Harris

Imagine: You’ve just performed several stages in your “Ambitious Card” routine. For one final time you place the “magic card” in the middle of the deck. The deck is placed face-down in the middle of the table. You show your hands empty. With a snap of your fingers you gesture toward the deck. Now, by simply riffling upward gently on the tabled deck’s edges—and dribbling the cards back to the table—the signed selection instantly and visibly appears face-up, atop the deck!

You accept your well earned applause and feel cool that you’ve done this by mastering a simple and clever...

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Jon Racherbaumer
Super-Cuts by Jon Racherbaumer

The methods explained in this manuscript involve cutting a deck to ostensibly change its order. They are semi-automatic because minimal dexterity is required. Otherwise they are subtle in seductive ways and all of them are completely or partially false.

The false cut triggering this manuscript is Jay Ose's False Cut that was auspiciously introduced to magicians by Harry Lorayne. This false cut eventually made its way into the repertoires of card specialists, but early on it was primarily meant to be easily and quickly performed after false shuffling. It was to the point, expressing a pleasing, sixbeat...

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David Davis
Super Unnatural by David Davis

An automatic routine in six phases with many surprises. Absolutely no skill required!

A delightful sequence of clever-looking card magic performed without skill or sleights of any kind. Not one trick but a whole series of tricks blending one into the other and all depending upon one clever set-up. Work it at once! You have only to learn the routine to be able to present it. The working is completely automatic. You'll be amazed yourself as you do it. At the uncanny way everything has been thought so that the performance of one trick leaves you all ready to perform the next.

A pack of cards...

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