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Gaffed cards come in all shapes and varieties from comedic gaffs of misprinted faces and backs to sleight-enhancing modifications such as double-facers and double-backs, and sometimes mechanical wonders that can change and transform. Some of the most common supplies for these mechanical wonders are invisible thread, either of the regular or elastic kind, double-sided tape, magnets of different shapes and sizes, and plenty of playing cards to cut up and or glue together.

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Raphaël Czaja
Mental Infiltration by Raphaël Czaja

The spectator cuts the deck as much as he wants. The magician picks up the deck and deals the cards singly from the top. When the spectator stops him, the magician tables the deck and turns away. The spectator remembers the value of one card and the suit of another card where he stopped at. He gathers the cards - he can even cut the deck - before the magician faces him again. Then, the magician asks the spectator to concentrate and makes two assertions, one about the color and one about the value. The spectator tells him if he is right or wrong both times. Whatever the outcome is, the magician...

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Peter Pellikaan
Dots and Dots by Peter Pellikaan

You show four cards that are blank on both sides. You stick a red spot on one of the blank cards and they suddenly all show red spots. You do the same with a blue dot and they all show blue dots. Finally, the cards return to being blank on both sides.

1st edition 2024, video 5:06.

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Peter Pellikaan
Colour Reset by Peter Pellikaan

You show four cards with red dots and four cards with yellow dots. When you touch the pack of red dots with the pack of yellow dots one of the red dot cards changes to a yellow dot card. You do this several times until all four cards you are holding have turned yellow. Suddenly they turn back to showing red dots. When you show the pack of yellow cards on the table they now all have blue dots.

1st edition 2024, video 6:21.

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Peter Pellikaan
Blue Dots by Peter Pellikaan

You show five cards that have a blue dot on their faces. When you rotate the pack one dot changes to a red dot. You table the red dotted card. Another magical gesture and another red dot appears. You continue until four cards have changed to red dots. The final card with a blue dot changes to just a blue dot, no fifth card is visible anymore.

1st edition 2024, video 6:02.

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Peter Pellikaan
Wild Dots by Peter Pellikaan

You show four blank cards and a dot. By waving the blank cards over the dot several more dots appear one at a time. At the end, the blank cards show the same dots printed on them.

1st edition 2024, video 4:11.

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Dustin Marks
Second from the Top by Dustin Marks

This is a mind-blowing, two-part effect. The spectator cuts the deck, looks at the card (no force) and then cuts the card back into the deck. With one cut, the magician controls the spectator's card to the 2nd card from the top of the deck.

The magician performs the effect again but under impossible conditions. After the magician cuts the deck, he never touches the deck again. The spectator is in control, cutting and shuffling the deck multiple times. Yet magically the spectator's card is again the 2nd card from the top of the deck!

No duplicate cards, no false deals, no forces, no rough...

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Mojo Vudu by Bob Farmer

The spectator names any card. No force. No equivoque. He can change his mind. It will be a different card every time.

The card's meaning has been predicted by a voodoo fortune teller. There is only one prediction and it is in full view at all times.

No sleights. No memorization. No mathematics. Instant reset. Nothing added or taken away. Practically works itself.

1st edition 2024, PDF 18 pages.

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Vincent Gagnieux
Russian Roulette by Vincent Gagnieux

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One bullet. Six chambers. One Ace of Spades. Six positions among five red cards. You give the cards to the participant for examination. The participant secretly inserts the "bullet" into one of the six chambers and hands you back the "gun".

The cards lie on your wide-open hand, you don't even look at them. You look at the participant. He knows where the bullet is. As you deal the first card face up, you say: "clic". The card is red. Empty chamber.

You keep looking at your participant. How does he feel about the next one? You deal the next one face up. Red card, empty chamber....

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Madame de la Grange was Here by Bob Farmer

It's never been done before because it's never been possible until now and now you can predict the assisting spectator's actual beliefs. For the kicker, a second prediction nails any card of 52 the spectator names!

There have been no other predictions like these in the history of magic and mentalism. No sleights. No memorization. Instant reset. No refills. It can be a different card every time. Nothing added and nothing taken away.

Also included as part of the The Bammo I Don't Know Wallet Dossier 5.0, so get it there or get it here.

You will need a deck of cards, a Sharpie, and a Himber or Z-fold wallet.

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Peter Pellikaan
JJJJ by Peter Pellikaan

A fast-paced series of color changes. Blank cards turn into Jacks, change their backs twice, revert to blank cards, and then for the climax they turn into Jokers.

You will need some double-blank cards, Jacks with different backs, and Jokers with matching backs.

1st edition 2024, video 5:10.

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Unnamed Magician
Move a Card: a new approach to a classic plot by Unnamed Magician

For those of you who own Move a Card: The 'Holy Grail' Method for a Classic Plot, you will already own this product (see the second half of your PDF) - so do not purchase this product.

Imagine:

The magician introduces a deck of cards. He spreads it face-up to display that all the cards are in fact different. He then says, "I want you to shuffle the cards, but in such a way where you can be absolutely certain that the order of the cards is completely randomized. I don't want there to be any trace of a stack or set-up left behind, as this is going to be a memory demonstration. They say it takes about 7 riffle shuffles to truly randomize the...

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Koo Hu
Burn Down by Koo Hu

Find their card with an inferno on your palm.

A card is selected, signed, and returned to the deck. And then ... you take a burning match and shove it into the deck, burning one card at a time going deeper and deeper and eventually the match extinguishes itself. You spread the cards and find that the match burnt through each and every card but it couldn't go beyond one particular card, their signed card.

  • Quick Reset: Instantly repeatable up to 15 times.
  • Easy Build: Only takes the skills of a 10-year-old.
  • Quick Setup: Under 5 minutes to build from scratch to performance ready.
  • Economical:...
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Peter Pellikaan
Super Printing by Peter Pellikaan

You start with four blank cards and show them from both sides to be blank. Suddenly backs appear, faces appear, and you finish with yet another change of the back designs.

You will need three jacks or three cards with identical faces but different backs. You will also need three blank cards, two of which have the same back, and one a different back. You will also need a piece of hard wax which Peter uses to prepare one card.

1st edition 2024, video 2:34.

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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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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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Peter Pellikaan
Color Queens by Peter Pellikaan

You show four blank cards. Progressively their backs become blue, then faces of queens appear, then their backs become red, and finally all their backs change to yet another new back.

1st edition 2023, video 3:30.

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Peter Pellikaan
Ready 2 by Peter Pellikaan

You show four cards with blank faces and red back except one card has a blue back. Suddenly and magically the blue-backed blank card changes to a point card with a black back and a big hole right in the center of the card. How did that happen?

1st edition 2023, video 2:49.

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Peter Pellikaan
Old and New by Peter Pellikaan

Show five cards face down with red backs. Magically cards turn face up one by one revealing four Queens but with blue backs. For the climax, the four Queens have now entirely different backs, and the fifth card has yet another back we haven't seen before.

1st edition 2023, video 2:35.

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Peter Pellikaan
Good Morning by Peter Pellikaan

The backs of four aces change three times.

1st edition 2023, video 4:40

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Peter Pellikaan
Crosses 2 by Peter Pellikaan

Show five blank cards. Magically they all change to cards with crosses on the front and the back.

1st edition 2023, video 2:16.

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Poker Poker Poker by Bob Farmer

The spectator names a Poker hand. He can change his mind. The deck is spread face down and the five cards for the named hand are the only face-up cards. The deck is squared and spread again: the face-up cards have vanished. For the kicker, the deck is spread face up and all the cards are blank. It was all an illusion.

Uses a special gaffed deck you can easily make at home. No sleights. No memorization. Idiot proof. Automatic reset. No angles. Killer kicker.

1st edition 2023, PDF 12 pages.

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Peter Pellikaan
Dazzzillle by Peter Pellikaan

You show four cards with red backs. Then you table one of the red-backed cards and add a card with a blue back to the remaining three red-backed cards. Suddenly all of these four cards have a blue back. You table one of the blue-backed cards and add a card with yet another back design. The same thing happens, all the cards take on that new and different back design. You do the same procedure one more time. Then the Joker enters the picture and even more all different backs appear. If this doesn't dazzle you then clearly Dazzzillle is not for you.

1st edition 2023, video 3:59.

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Mind Control by Bob Farmer

This is a routine for those who want to elicit screams from their female spectators at the final revelation. They are thinking of a card, the only card in the deck with a secret message, a message so profound and emotionally connecting that a scream of disbelief is the only reaction possible. At least that's what road tests of the routine have shown.

Also included, is a bonus routine with magic eyeglasses, invisible writing made visible, and a kicker ending that will baffle all.

1st edition 2023, PDF 7 pages.

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Queen Monte by Bob Farmer

For those who wish to fool those who know all the other gaffed montes (Skinner's, Deland's "Pickitout," the British "Chase the Ace"), the "Bammo Queen Monte" is here and ready to serve.

Those other versions use two gaffed cards, the Bammo Queen Monte does not - which means that there are deceptive displays possible that the others cannot match.

There is no sleight of hand: the special cards do all the work.

The entire routine happens on the table just like the real monte. Alternately, for maximum visibility, larger cards can be used with some card holders.

Three cards are shown,...

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Bob Farmer
Bammo Ten Card Poker Slam by Bob Farmer

The magician displays a random mix of ten cards, all spot cards and a single Ace of Spades. He explains these cards are used in a game called, "Ten Card Poker Slam" - with just ten cards cheating is impossible. The cards are mixed face down and dealt in a row. The magician and the spectator take turns selecting cards until each has five cards.

The magician reveals his hand: four 2s and an Ace of Spades - Four of a Kind - BUT - - - The spectator's hand is a Straight Flush in diamonds, 6D, 7D, 8D, 9D and 10D - and a Straight Flush beats Four of a Kind, so the magician has the losing hand....

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Sultan Orazaly
Pop Vanish by Sultan Orazaly

A super visual vanish. A clean and most visual disappearance. A new method that will show a card with a hole on both sides.

Note: TV rights not included with purchase. Please contact Sultan Orazaly for TV rights.

1st edition 2023, video 22:52.

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David Britland
Trick Card Trickery by David Britland

Clever tricks with standard gaffed cards such as double backers, blank faced, etc.

Excerpt from the introduction:

You will find that the effects obtained through the use of fake cards can be quite incredible when some sleight-of-hand or subtlety is also used. False counts play a large part in the effects.

  • Introduction
  • The Elmsley Count
  • The Jordan Count
  • The Experimental Elmsley Count
  • Instant Printing
  • Supersonic Joker
  • An Oddity!
  • Turncoat
  • ’simpossible
  • Notes

1st edition 1978, 16 pages; PDF 20 pages.

★★★★ $10
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