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Nguyen Long
Invisible Fish by Nguyen Long

Please note that this video is in Vietnamese. There are some English subtitles, but for the most part you will get the instructions of how to make the gimmick and how to perform with it from the visual contents of the video.

A fish mysteriously appears in a glass.

1st edition 2016, length 15 minutes.

$12.95
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Tom Phoenix
Invisible Palm Revisited by Tom Phoenix

If you like the Invisible Palm, you'll love this!

An Invisible Palm routine that is done with the cards face-up, and a series of kickers to finish it off. You will learn many techniques that can applied to the rest of your card magic.

1st edition 2017, length 34 min

$15
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Allan Ackerman
Ireland's False Count by Allan Ackerman

This count deceives both the eyes and the ears.

runtime: 1min 18s

★★★★★ $2
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Allan Ackerman
Ireland's Red Black Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

This is an overhand shuffle that allows you to retain cards in their respective half. Say you have all black cards in the top half of the deck and all red cards in the bottom half of the deck. This shuffle will keep all the red and black cards together. But it is not a complete false shuffle, because each half by itself is shuffled. This is a very useful move for effects like Out Of This World, Oil and Water, and other others.

runtime: 1min 21s...

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Jeff Stone
Jacked Up by Jeff Stone

The Story: ... Can't ... breathe ... feeling ... pain ... must ... survive ... The biggest mistake ever made in the land of Bicycle was the day that the Heart family sent the Jacks after the Joker. They thought he was dead, but they should have checked; after all he is a Joker. The Joker lay there in agony trying to recover from the brutal attack that is known on the streets as being "Jacked Up." That moment, something changed in him. His revenge was developing. He knew that this was the doing of the Heart family, more specifically, the Three of Hearts. I will get him. I will destroy him. I will...

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Darwin Ortiz
Jacks or Better (Ortiz) by Darwin Ortiz

A commercial gambling routine.

Darwin starts with a little false dealing demonstration dealing seconds and then thirds, fourths or fifths. He continues to show how a cheat could use such dealing techniques. He attempts to deal the four Jacks to himself starting with the Jacks as the top four cards. However, he ends up dealing the four Jacks to his opponent and - as a climax - reveals that he has dealt himself the four aces.

Darwin teaches an easy faux 3rd-, 4th-, 5th- deal. You will need to be able to deal seconds. You will also need to be able to cull cards and do a Braue addition.

runtime: 7min 9s...

★★★★★ $6
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Allan Ackerman
Jennings' Add On by Allan Ackerman

Another beautiful switch attributed to Larry Jennings and Ken Krenzel.

runtime: 1min 33s

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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

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Allan Ackerman
Jiminy Cricket Count by Allan Ackerman

This is a 2-4-4 count developed by Ed Marlo. You show two cards at the same time, table them and then show the remaining two cards, all while you hide two of the four cards.

runtime: 49s

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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.

$10
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Joseph B.
JOJ False Shuffle by Joseph B.

Here you have a very deceptive False Shuffle based on Jay Ose's False Cut. You will see two versions in the demo. Look carefully; it will fool you. You will be able to keep the entire deck in order.

1st edition 2021, video 5:48.

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Wolfgang Riebe
Joker Surprise by Wolfgang Riebe

If you are searching for a visual 'packet style' card trick with normal (even borrowed) cards, then this is the trick for you. Three red numbered cards are removed from a regular deck of cards and all simultaneously shown to be normal cards. One at a time, each card changes into a Joker. The last change is the most visual of them all. The cards are clearly all shown to be jokers and instantly they change back into the original three normal red numbered cards.

A packet card trick with normal cards. Can be done impromptu with a borrowed deck.

The video instructions include:

  • Two full performances...
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Allan Ackerman
Jordan Count by Allan Ackerman

The Jordan Count, developed by Charles Jordan, interfaces nicely with the Elmsley Count, because after the Jordan Count you are setup to do an Elmsley Count and vice versa, after an Elmsley Count you can do a Jordan Count without any adjustment, always hiding one card.

runtim: 1min 34s

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Joseph B.
JRS Control by Joseph B.

Here is a deceptive and easy-to-do card control. You can really see the selection shuffled back into the deck but somehow the magician is able to locate and control it. No preparation and no setup is needed. Everything is done completely impromptu and with a borrowed shuffled deck. No crimps or gimmicks are used. A real weapon to add to your arsenal of card magic.

1st edition 2022, video 6:12.

★★★★ $6
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Alan Rorrison
Jumper by Alan Rorrison

Jumper is a face up transposition of a card from one packet to another packet without the use of any gimmick cards. This is a very visual effect and another stunning creation by Alan Rorrison.

1st edition 2009; 12 minutes

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Peter Pellikaan
Jumping Dots by Peter Pellikaan

You show two packs of four blank cards each. You stick a blue dot on the top card of one pile and suddenly all these four cards have blue dots. You do the same with the red dot and the other pile. Then you exchange the top cards of these two piles. The remaining cards follow their leaders because the pack that had blue dots before has now the red dots and vice versa. When you take off a red dot and a blue dot from one card each, the remaining cards return to blank cards.

1st edition 2024, video 5:16.

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Joseph B.
Just Absurd by Joseph B.

Just Absurd is an incredible effect halfway between an ACAAN and an impossible location. The magician shuffles the deck. The spectator cuts one third of the deck, he remembers the bottom card, and loses his packet somewhere into the middle of the deck. At the end the spectator himself will be able to find the position of the chosen card. Everything under impossible conditions, it will be the spectator who will find his own card.

The principle is diabolical, really impressive. Absolutely a fooler. Includes an in-depth explanation.

1st edition 2021, video 17 min 53 s.

★★★★ $9
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Zaw Shinn
Just Play by Zaw Shinn

Show an individual play card, wave your hand in front of it, and have it vanish. Then in the same fashion, it reappears. The gimmick is super easy to make. Watch your angles.

1st edition 2023, video 5:57.

$7
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Allan Ackerman
Keep Jog While Dribbling by Allan Ackerman

A jogged card can be seen by a spectator if the pack is placed on the table. Allan teaches you how to use a dribble to disguise the jog, but at the same time allows you to maintain the jogged card.

runtime: 54s

$2
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Jeff Stone
Key-Oh-Nee Buh-Lo-Nee by Jeff Stone

The Effect: The magi removes his house key from his key chain and entrusts the spectator with the remainder of his keys. The magus then promptly causes the house key to vanish and reappear on the key ring in the spectator's hand. Sleeves up, no holding out, completely clean vanish. Watch the Demo. This was another big hit of Jeff's on Underground Jam. The particular vanish (a Richard Ross idea) used for the key is the big killer that really inspired a lot of magicians. You don't want to miss this one!

Fun Side Note by Jeff: This effect was actually a dream that I had. I needed five effects...

$4
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Allan Ackerman
Kick Count To Crimp by Allan Ackerman

Use a Kick Count to crimp a peeked at card.

runtime: 53s

$2
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Andrew Wimhurst
Kicked in the Face by Andrew Wimhurst

This is based on a Martin Nash cutting ace revelation called "Honest Aces". Amazingly the aces are cut from a shuffled deck. For the kicker, four jacks are cut to, completing four blackjacks.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 9min 20s

$6
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Jeff Stone
King-Side Castling by Jeff Stone

In the spring of 2005 Jay Sankey sent out a world-wide request for audition videos featuring original material from unknown magicians. In response, performers from more than a dozen countries submitted more than 200 tapes and dvds! From this mountain of submissions Jay and his team unanimously selected Joe Diamond, Eric Leclerc and Jeff Stone.

A few months later, Jay, Joe, Eric and Jeff met up in Toronto and over a couple of days taped an outstanding collection of close-up magic and mentalism including 20 effects with matchbooks, coins, playing cards, keys, film canisters, wrist watches, chewing gum,...

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Peter Pellikaan
Kings over Queens by Peter Pellikaan

You show a packet of four black kings with blue backs and you place them face-down on the table. You further show four red queens. Waving the queens face-up over the face-down kings suddenly turns them all face-down as well. Another magical gesture and the four red queens are now four black kings. You place the packs together and suddenly the cards magically mix. Finally, you show all cards individually as totally normal except that the backs of the queens have now suddenly turned to red. No additional cards. No double-facers and no double-backers or other gimmicked cards.

1st edition...

★★★★★ $10
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