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Allan Ackerman
Sightless Drop Switch by Allan Ackerman

A nice switch by Ed Marlo. You switch out three cards from a set of four.

runtime: 1min 28s

$2.50
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Simon Lovell
Signature Transfer by Simon Lovell

A card is selected and signed. The signature magically transfers onto a completely different card.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 6min 59s

★★★★★ $6
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Titanas
Signed Bending Coins by Titanas

Borrow a coin. Get it signed and bend it in your hand. It is a clear and strong effect. Titanas explains two different variations which can be performed standing.

The video is shot for my taste from a bit too far, particularly in the demonstration part the coin is hard to see. However, the explanation is clear and should not cause any difficulties for you to learn this wonderful effect.

1st edition 2008; duration 8 minutes 13 seconds.

★★★★ $15
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Mark Leveridge
Signed Coin Transpo by Mark Leveridge

Two coins are shown and can be examined if required. They can also be borrowed if preferred. One of them has a sticker bearing a spectator's initials placed on it. A handkerchief is placed over the signed coin and the plain one is positioned on top of the cloth which is folded back across it. A wave of a magic marker pen across the handkerchief, and immediately the cloth is unfolded to reveal that the signed coin is now resting on top of the handkerchief, and on the table below the cloth is the unsigned one.

Simple to do, this requires one common coin gimmick.

video 8:28

$10
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Derek Dingle
Silver Quick by Derek Dingle

This is a classic Dingle - strong magic but not easy. Four coins travel magically from the performer's hand to the spectator's hand. Brilliant routining from a master.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 5min 47s

$6
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Allan Ackerman
Simon-England Convincing Control by Allan Ackerman

Frank Simon and Don England independently came up with this variation on the Convincing Control.

runtime: 1min 9s

★★★★★ $2.50
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Peter Pellikaan
Simple Collectors by Peter Pellikaan

Simple Collectors is Peter's take on the original Collectors plot. Three cards are selected by three spectators, and after they have remembered their selections the cards are lost in the deck. The magician shows the four kings and also randomly distributes these throughout the deck. With a snap of the fingers the magic happens, and the magician spreads the cards out on the table. In between the 4 Kings; 3 Cards assembled themselves. The Three selected cards.

You will need a little bit of wax.

length 3min 59s

$7.50
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Peter Pellikaan
Simple Elevator by Peter Pellikaan

A card keeps rising to the top from in between four blank cards, only to reveal that you have a few helpers: THE FOUR JOKERS!

You will need:

  • 2 Jokers, 2 10 of Spades, 2 blank facers
  • wax
  • Cut Count
  • 2-as-4 Count

length 3min 9s

★★★★ $6
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Mark Leveridge
Six Appeal by Mark Leveridge

An envelope is shown and a single card removed from inside, but not shown. The envelope is otherwise empty. This card is a prediction and is replaced into the envelope and left in view. Six Jumbo cards are freely and openly displayed and various spectators are asked to choose any of the cards to eliminate until just one is left.

Despite the fact that there is genuinely no force or selection control, the prediction card exactly matches the randomly arrived at selection.

This direct effect is ideal for a close-up or parlor show.

video 7:12.

★★★★ $10
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Sultan Orazaly
Sky Vanish by Sultan Orazaly

A visual vanish of a playing card which looks like real magic. The gimmick can be made in a few minutes.

1st edition 2021, video 7 min.

★★★★★ $9.95
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Allan Ackerman
Slap Change by Allan Ackerman

This is a color change by Max Malini. A slap on the face of the deck changes the card.

runtime: 35s

$2
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Mario Tarasini
Slider Levitation by Mario Tarasini

Borrow any bill (any currency), hold it in your hand, attach the bill to the card and it will start to rise. Simple, visual and a clear effect.

1st edition 2020, video 25 min 45 s.

$14.99
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Allan Ackerman
Slip Shod by Allan Ackerman

This is an Ackerman variation of the Zarrow Shuffle to eliminate the initial center block cut of the classic Zarrow Shuffle.

runtime: 1min 35s

★★★★★ $2.50
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Biagio Fasano
Slow Oil and Water by Biagio Fasano

This is a new "Oil and Water" routine in which the magic happens in a mysterious way because each movement of the magician is really very slow and clear.

All begins with 4 mixed pairs of cards, one red and one black, being shown and put on the table. Then the magician simply shows the first four cards on top, and all their suits become magically the same color.

Now the magician will alternate on the table, not only red and black suits but also face up and face down cards. When he squares the deck, just a few seconds later, again the cards mysteriously have separated themselves into red...

$9
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bboymagic
Sly Card by bboymagic

Please note that the instructions are purely visual, no spoken words.

This is a very subtle method to find a freely chosen (not forced) card. It needs some prior preparation, but the deck (cards) are not altered in any way. After the effect there is nothing left to detect and the cards can be handed out or given away.

The method to locate the chosen card is not sleight-of-hand based. But to present it properly you will need some basic card handling skills such as shuffling, cutting, and spreading cards. Depending on how you choose to produce the chosen card you may need to be able to cull...

$9.90
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D. Angelo Ferri
Slydini Coins Through the Table by D. Angelo Ferri

Dennis Barlotta, aka D. Angelo Ferri, was a long-time student of Slydini and is today the most authentic and respected teacher of magic the Slydini way. In this set of two videos, he will teach a classic of magic, the Coins Through the Table exactly how Slydini performed it. It requires six silver coins and one contrasting coin, a copper coin, a ring, or similar.

Dennis will teach you not only the mechanics and sleights but also the tempo, the script, and the details of the psychology. All of these factors come together into a beautiful deception.

1st edition 2023, video 1h 3min....

★★★★★ $20
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Allan Ackerman
Slydini Fan Steal by Allan Ackerman

Tony Slydini used this move for his famous helicopter card trick. A card is stolen into a Tenkai palm while it is inserted into a fan.

runtime: 56s

★★★★ $2
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Peter Pellikaan
Small Jacks by Peter Pellikaan

Cards shrink the Peter Pellikaan way.

You will need:

  • four small jacks (mini cards)
  • scissors and double sided tape
  • 2-as-4 Count

length 3min 55s

$6
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Smooth Link by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Two card frames, which can be handed out for examination at the begin and end of the performance, are linked and unlinked in a clean and visual way as often as you wish.

1st edition 2019, length 29 min.

$15
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Soft Spot: Signed Corner in Glass Bottle by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Make any signed corner melt through a glass bottle.

Imagine this. You show a complete empty glass bottle (real glass) and make a signed corner from the label of the bottle, playing card, banknote, business card etc. melt through the glass - only by a small wave of your fingertips. It's really inside the bottle! No magnets, no slits, no trapdoors and no duplicates.

  • You make the gimmick in under two minutes
  • Works with any bottle
  • The corner is ripped and signed by the spectator
  • Perform completely surrounded

1st edition 2016, length 20 min.

★★★★ $6
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Allan Ackerman
Spectator Cuts the Aces by Allan Ackerman

A deck rests on the table. The spectator is asked to cut it into four roughly equal packets. The top card on each packet turns out to be an ace.

You will need to be familiar with the Veeser Concept to perform this effect.

runtime: 2min 3s

★★★★ $4
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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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Allan Ackerman
Spectator Peek by Allan Ackerman

Let a spectator peek a card from the deck and catch the break with your little finger. This is a very deceptive method and avoids the over-used line "pick a card".

runtime: 1min 16s

$2.50
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Mario Tarasini
Speed Hole by Mario Tarasini

The magician shows a card and a black disc. In front of the spectator's eyes the disc jumps on to the card and turns into a hole. After the trick the card with a hole can be handed out to the spectator as a souvenir. Usual card gaffing supplies are needed.

1st edition 2020, length 10 min 40s.

$14.99
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