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Lewis Ganson
Lewis Ganson Manipulation by Lewis Ganson

This is a silent film from the 1950s from Harry Stanley's Unique Magic Studio featuring Lewis Ganson performing mostly card manipulation and a few other routines with silks, coins and lighters.

Contents

  • card manipulation (back palm)
  • diminishing cards
  • card fans (also see his Fan Finale)
  • card flourishes
  • giant fans
  • a clear case of anti-gravity
  • coins at his finger tips
  • multiplying lighters

length 6 min 40 seconds

★★★★★ $6
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Lee Earle
Life Force Triangle by Lee Earle

This is a mathematical based effect you do on the back of your business card that the spectator gets to keep and take home with them. Very easy to perform.

The effect was created by Raj Madhok and was originally published in Syzygy.

A spectator chooses three numbers, one related to the future, one related to the past and the third one related to the present. These are added up and match your prediction.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 8min 28s

★★★★ $6
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Kevin Parker
Lift: levitate a wallet by Kevin Parker

A new way to lift a wallet. It's not what you think.

You won't believe the video. This is an ultra-visual, realistic levitation of your spectator's wallet, without thread. You levitate their wallet after asking if he's seen the various ways of 'lifting' wallets (pickpocket style). You offer to demonstrate a new method on his wallet, needing to see his wallet first to see if it's the "right type," just an excuse for you to lay the wallet on the table (or whatever surface) and make it lift.

Practicality: Super Easy. From beginning to end, not one gimmick is seen nor anything exposed that...

★★★★ $8.95
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Tommy Wonder
Lighter to Matches by Tommy Wonder

You take out a lighter to light up a cigarette or candle. But the lighter doesn't work. You try several times but it simply does not burn. In an instant you change the lighter to a box of matches, take out a match and light your cigarette or candle.

Using this effect Tommy Wonder also teaches the pros and cons of approaching potential spectators with the question: "Do you want to see some magic?" Of course, he offers a much better alternative.

$5
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Linked and Inside by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

You punch a hole thru the corner of two signed playing cards. You clearly show both sides of the playing cards and instantly link them together! But that's not enough. You tear off one corner and make it vanish only to appear inside of the signed playing card while the spectator holds the cards in his hands! The corner matches perfectly. Give the cards away as a Souvenir. They will find nothing. Perform it close up and stand up. The gimmick is easy to build.

1st edition 2016, length 27 min

$7
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Linked Forever by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

You will learn how to prepare a special card which you can later magically link to the stem of a wineglass. To achieve this you do not need to fold the card, which means there will be no creases in the card. The preparation of the gimmicked card takes a good amount of time, about 15 minutes. You can hand out the card linked to the glass as souvenir.

1st edition 2020, video 44 min.

$15
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Mario Tarasini
Linkero by Mario Tarasini

Tarasini has created a visual and very easy card linking method. For the effect you will only need two cards and nothing else. The gimmicked card frame is easy to make.

1st edition 2020, video 10 min.

$14.99
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Linking Card Collection by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

New impossible linking card designs

Here you learn a few simple ways to make some new impossible folded playing cards. You also can do this with your own business cards or banknotes. You even could link your business card with a banknote or playing card. A perfect souvenir! You don't need glue or anything like that. Put it in a frame or carry some with you and hand them out.

1st edition 2017, 23 min

★★★ $6
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Linxed by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Apparently link two cards in an ad hoc impromptu appearing fashion.

Effect: You take two cards and openly tear from each two rectangular windows. This leaves a frame and a center beam in each card. Then you magically link them at the center beam. At the end you separate them again and hand out both cards as souvenirs. The cards will show no tear in the center beam or around the frame. Everybody will wonder how you were able to link them. There is no secret exchange of cards. The two cards you start with are the two cards you end with.

This effect is best done in an off-hand impromptu setting...

★★★★★ $5
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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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Allan Ackerman
Little Finger Break by Allan Ackerman

Holding a little finger break is probably the most basic and important technique to master in card magic. Allan teaches you how to make this break invisible.

runtime: 1min 54s

$2.50
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Allan Ackerman
Little Noise for Double Lift by Allan Ackerman

This is a little convincing noise that you can add to a double lift to subtlely underscore that it is only one card.

runtime: 42s

★★★★ $1.50
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Little Souvenir by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Rubber band and playing card permanently link.

A rubber band is linked to a previously selected and signed playing card. At the end, the corner of the card is torn off and given away as a souvenir with the rubber band inside.

1st edition 2023, video 23 min.

$10
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Hal Saxon
Loaded Salt Shaker Vanish and Production by Hal Saxon

In this video I walk you slowly through the Loaded Salt Shaker Vanish and Reproduction. You can pour an entire shaker of salt in your hand, vanish it, and reproduce it. No TT or tips. This is accomplished with a cheap, easy-to-build homemade gimmick made from objects in almost every home on the planet. The build takes about 5 minutes.

The handling is key in making this work. The salt shaker is real, un-gimmicked and can be inspected. The funnel is real, un-gimmicked and inspectable. The salt cellar is also real and can be inspected. I use a few TT moves to throw off those in the know of...

$20 $12.50
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Tom Phoenix
Long Lost Mates by Tom Phoenix

This is a completely clean, Mate-At-Any-Number routine, using 2 decks. Oh, and no forcing.

What you're getting:

  • A video explanation of the original "Long Lost Mates" routine
  • A deceptive card switch
  • Peeks
Both decks can be handled and shuffled by the spectators before and after the performance.

1st edition 2017, length 25 min

$10
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Gary Kurtz
Longitudinal Fingertip Steal by Gary Kurtz

This is a wonderfully deceptive way to steal a card from the deck into a longitudinal palm - a Tenkai palm but with the card rotated by 90 degree - and then reproduce it super clean from the pants pocket or inside jacket pocket.

runtime: 1min 54s

★★★★★ $4
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Lorraine's Link by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Learn how to permanently link two cards in such a way that no cut is visible.

Ralf Rudolph, famous for his impossible objects, has spent many years researching and testing the method to link two cards in a seemingly impossible way, because no cut can be seen. Ralf shares in detail all the tools and secret supplies you will need to pull off this feat, and shows you in minute detail the process of how the cards are linked. Right in front of your eyes he creates his perfect Lorraine's Link.

These linked cards make for wonderful presents, display objects, and conversation starters. Potentially...

★★★★★ $19.90
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Joshua Jay
Losing Diamonds by Joshua Jay

A card is chosen, travels to the pocket, but turns out to be the wrong card. Visibly 'flick' the diamonds off of the wrong card. They flutter to the floor, leaving you holding the selection.

This is of intermediate difficulty. You will need to be able to force and control a card to the top. And you will also need to do a top change. No palming required.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 7min 5s

$6
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Paul Harris
Lysdexia by Paul Harris

The effect is unusual, typical Paul Harris - a word on a page in a book moves.

runtime: 4min 53s

★★★★ $6
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Sultan Orazaly
M.O.Balance by Sultan Orazaly

Balancing objects is part of visual magic. Many magicians try to make it clean and beautiful. M.O.Balance is a new approach to the effect of balance. Three very visual and simple effects.

Hand Balance: You make a card stand flat on your hand.

Angle Balance: The corner of a card balances on your index finger.

Balancing Cigarette: A very crazy and brain-breaking trick. You balance a card, and also balance a cigarette on the card.

After the trick, all items are handed out for examination.

1st edition 2020, length 9 min.

$9.95
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bboymagic
M.O.V by bboymagic

Note that the instructions are purely visual with some captions.

This easily constructed gimmick allows you to levitate small elongated objects on your finger. Ideal objects to levitate are pens, straws, spoons, chop sticks, and similar.

1st edition 2018, length 7 min 30 s

★★★★★ $8.75
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Bao Ninh
Mad Coin by Bao Ninh

Please note that this video is in Vietnamese with English subtitles.

You borrow a coin and a pack of cigarettes from the audience. Ask a spectator to sign the coin. Then you slide the plastic wrapping partly off of the cigarette pack. With a quick gesture, the signed coin in your hand will penetrate the plastic wrapping of the cigarette pack! Purely technical and no gimmick used.

1st edition 2016, length 8 min.

$8
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Deepak Mishra & Piklumagic
Madcap Boy by Deepak Mishra & Piklumagic

Signed transposition that happens in your cap.

Imagine spectator signs a random selected card and places it into your cap. Just a shake and that signed card turns into a deck of cards and appears in your other hand.

1st edition 2017, length 11 min

$6.95
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Sam Hoang
Magic Bottle by Sam Hoang

Please note that the instructions are purely visual with some captions, but no spoken instructions.

This preparation allows you to literally throw a coin, or other small objects, into a closed bottle. Bottle is gimmicked.

1st edition 2018, length 11 min 33 s.

$8.75
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