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Sultan Orazaly
Chinese Nail by Sultan Orazaly

One of the popular magicians' coins is a Chinese coin with a hole. Imagine you are pulling a real nail out of the hole. Chinese Nail is a super visual effect that will add to your coin performance.

1st edition 2021, video 4 min.

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Alexander Shulyatsky
Miracle Box by Alexander Shulyatsky

When I first saw Killer Card Case by JP Vallarino and Yuri Kaine I fell in love with the idea of a box with a window. I knew for sure that her potential was not 100% revealed, and therefore I took it upon myself to play with this idea. I present to you Miracle Box - a tool that will allow you to perform effects such as:

  • Disappearance
  • Appearance
  • Teleportation
  • Transposition
  • Change
  • MultiChange
  • Switch

Anything that fits in the box can be produced, in particular:

  • Bills/Coins
  • M&M's/Skittles
  • OMNI deck
  • Condoms
  • Markers/Pens
  • Beetle/Skittlespidey
  • Gums/Color Clips
  • etc.

Visual...

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Peter Pellikaan
Larry West Count by Peter PellikaanThis is also sometimes called the Mirage Count by John Bannon. You apparently show four cards all being the same. In reality you only show three cards face-up and it is always the same card you show, thus hiding the remaining three cards.

1st edition 2021, video 1:43.

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Regardt Laubscher
Water and Oil by Regardt Laubscher

Over the years, many versions of the famous card trick "Oil and Water" have been developed, performed, and even filmed. It's a popular effect amongst magicians. Magicians are very sure that oil and water can't mix. But have you ever asked yourself if water and oil can mix?

The spectator mixes black (oil) and red (water) cards by placing one from each on the table in one stack, one after the other, until all cards are exhausted. Then the performer separates the stack into four packets, shuffles each packet, splits each packet into two parts, recombines everything, and - water and oil are...

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Scott Creasey
The Sandwich Peek by Scott Creasey

Here's what your audience sees: You take a stack of business cards and show them on both sides then hand one to a volunteer to draw a picture, write a word, print a number, or even write a question, there are no restrictions. The stack is turned blank side up and their card dropped drawing side down on top. It is then fairly cut to the center where it remains reversed in the middle at all times.

Even under these conditions you can get a full card peek, reveal the information and yet still show their card reversed in the center whenever you wish.

Finally, you run through the stack and...

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Peter Pellikaan
Taytelbaum Flushtration Count by Peter Pellikaan

This is Eddy Taytelbaum's version and handling of a flushtration-type count. That is, you show the same card multiple times but due to the handling, it appears you fairly show each card of the packet.

1st edition 2021, video 1 min 27 s

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Peter Pellikaan
Pellikaan Flushtration Count by Peter Pellikaan

This is Peter Pellikaan's version and handling of a flushtration-type count. That is, you show the same card multiple times but due to the handling it appears you fairly show each card of the packet.

1st edition 2021, video 1 min 56 s

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Peter Pellikaan
Taytelbaum Count by Peter PellikaanThe Taytelbaum Count is a modified Elmsley Count where the cards are turned over during counting. Just as with the Elmsley Count you can fully hide (front and back) one or more cards.

video 2:22

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Joseph B.
JH ACAAN by Joseph B.

An impromptu ACAAN with a borrowed deck.

The most interesting elements of this effect are:

  • It can be done with a shuffled borrowed deck.
  • You can do it completely impromptu.
  • Any card can be chosen and any number can be named.
You will also learn a largely overlooked control by Ed Marlo.

1st edition 2021, video 28:56

★★★★ $6
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Peter Pellikaan
Xerox Count by Peter PellikaanThe Xerox Count allows you to for example fairly show four cards from both sides but in fact you are hiding three cards and only showing one card multiple times. (The demo video below first shows the Xero Count followed by the Booki Count.)

1st edition 2021, video 2:30.

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Peter Pellikaan
Booki Count by Peter PellikaanThe Booki Count allows you to fairly show four cards while turning them over but you are hiding one in the process.

1st edition 2021, video 1:43.

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Peter Pellikaan
Cut Count by Peter PellikaanThe Cut Count allows you to show four cards (or more) and hide the second and fourth card in the process.

1st edition 2021, video 3:29.

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Joseph B.
Medium by Joseph B.

Medium can be made with any deck of cards. The spectator thinks any card and the magician will be able to find it. The conditions are impossible. Medium is a real pearl to add to your repertoire. Easy to do. Not only will you be able to amaze laymen, but you will be able to fool fellow magicians, too. Requires no memory or sleight-of-hand.

  • No gimmick
  • Easy to do
  • No memory work
  • Normal deck of cards

1st edition 2021, video 9:11.

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Peter Pellikaan
Dollar Cards by Peter PellikaanFour cards change faces and backs and then change into paper money.

1st edition 2011, video 6:34

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Alexander Shulyatsky
ProjectS by Alexander Shulyatsky

This is a system that you can use with different card values, for example ASĀ and 8D. Instant disappearance and appearance of suits on the card, but it can also be a change of color of suits or transformation. Easy to do, easy to perform. No reset. The tutorial demonstrates two methods of how you can make this gimmick.

1st edition 2021, video 32:28

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Alexander Shulyatsky
Romano Vanish by Alexander Shulyatsky

You take a playing card and with one finger slowly and visually evaporate the back of the card, leaving the frame of the card, and develop it back. Easy to make from any white-framed playing card. No black art. No CGI.

1st edition 2021, video 13:38.

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Joseph B.
Faro Miracle by Joseph B.

This effect is a masterpiece of mathematical engineering with a sophisticated and devilish method. If you are a fan of the Faro shuffle you will not regret having acquired this gem. This effect is an exception because it requires skill and sleight of hand compared to tricks published by joseph B. in the past. Despite this, if you are familiar with the Faro shuffle this is the effect for you.

Effect: The magician places a prediction card on the table indicating his lucky number. The spectator thinks of a number from one to ten, cuts the deck in two, and takes a number of cards equal to the...

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Sultan Orazaly
Ant Card by Sultan Orazaly

Make a mini-sized playing card instantly change into a regular-sized one

No flaps or creases on the card that changes. A great way to show perspective illusion both live and in your Zoom shows. Simple to build. Easy to perform.

1st edition 2021, video 28 min.

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Impossible Foldings Reloaded by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

In this latest download you learn all the important techniques from all volumes plus variations.

Examples:

  • Braided Cards
  • Braided Pyramid
  • Inside-out Banknote
  • V-Fold Variation
  • Braided
  • Banknotes to Pyramid
  • and much more

1st edition 2021, video 1 h 11 min.

$12
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Visual Card in Bottle by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

A spectator selects a card (yes, this is a force) and magically the card appears inside a sealed bottle. The bottle can be handed out as souvenir.

Ralf explains in detail how the gimmick is made, works, and is deployed. You will need some supplies you will likely not have lying around the house, but these are all easy to get. This is meant for parlor or stage use. You will need about 3 meters distance to the spectators.

1st edition 2021, video 24 min.

★★★★★ $14
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Sultan Orazaly
Lip Vanish by Sultan Orazaly

Perhaps the cleanest coin disappearance. You will also learn production, change, and transposition. Watch your angles. It is not so easy to deploy the simple gimmick (which you have lying around in your home) during a performance, but it allows for a really clean vanish and reappearance of a coin.

1st edition 2021, video 8:29.

$9.95
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Joseph B.
No Way Sandwich by Joseph B.

Look carefully because this effect is a real fooler. I have shown it to many magicians and no one of them had a clue. This is the perfect end to your sandwich card routine. It looks like real magic. The two queens inexplicably approach each other inside the card case to capture the card signed by the spectator. It looks amazing! Really easy to do. You have all the materials at home to build the gimmick. I am really proud of this routine. I show you how you can end clean.

  • No glue
  • No wax
  • No force
  • No double-sided tape
  • No double face card
  • No double back card
  • Easy to do

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$5.50
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Regardt Laubscher
Impossible Ball in Jar by Regardt LaubscherImagine a ping pong ball magically appearing inside a jar with an opening smaller than the ball. Well...this is now possible. The Impossible Ball in Jar is what you need in your act. No threads. No Magnets. Just a little bit of magic that you can learn in 5 minutes.

1st edition 2021, video 14 min.

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Joseph B.
Spectator Cuts to 4 Sandwich by Joseph B.

The spectator's cut to the four sandwiches is a succession of magical effects. The magician takes his two lucky cards from the deck: the two of hearts and the two of diamonds. The spectator examines the two cards. The magician shuffles the deck and asks the spectator to cut it into four piles. This is where the fun part begins. Each time the magician approaches the two lucky cards to one of the piles, a card will mysteriously appear between the two lucky cards. The first will be a King, the second as well, and so on until you have the four Kings. It is not finished. Immediately the magician...

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