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Flat PackCameron Francis
You display an unfolded card box, and clearly show it inside and out. You then proceed to fold it up, snap your fingers and slide a full deck of cards out of the box! It's that simple. It's that effective.
Flat Pack is great for close-up as well as stand-up work. It's super easy to make, and the angles are great.
1st edition 2014, length 20 min.
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Flick: coin into bottleMario Tarasini
Effect: Show an empty bottle and a coin. Visually toss a coin in to the bottle and the coin will melt through it. The bottle is then handed to the spectator for inspection and to keep. Spectator cannot find any holes or gimmicks. Also, you can do this effect with a bottle full of water or any drink. Requires two gimmicks which are easy to prepare.
1st edition 2020, length 3 min 51 s
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A spectator-selected card turns face-up in the deck.
Have a spectator freely select a card from a deck. There is no force. The spectator remembers the card. The magician inserts the card into the deck. When the deck is fanned the card has turned face-up (or face-down if you are showing the deck from faces.)
You will need to be able to do a half-pass. A short card helps in the sleight-of-hand proceedings.
1st edition 2023, video 13:38
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Floating Chopsticks MysteriumRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Inspired by famous magician Cyril Takayama. After eating some noodles you make the chopsticks levitate above the cup!
1st edition 2017, length 38min
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Floating MatchRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Ralf Rudolph takes on the challenge to let a lighted match float. He explains in detail how to make the gimmick, and how to perform the effect. You need to perform this under somewhat dimmed lighting conditions with some distance to your audience. It is best performed off-beat when nobody expects you to perform a magic trick. For example, it has become dark and you want to light a candle. Take a box of matches, light a match, and suddenly the match floats for 2-3 seconds. Then you light the candle with it.
1st edition 2019, length 15 min.
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Floating StrawRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
A straw floats from a cup or can into your hand.
The method goes back to Joseph Dunninger. Ralf explains the gimmick, setup and performance in detail in his video.
1st edition 2019, length 15min
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Florentine Coin Assembly - Music ActGiacomo Bertini
An amazingly beautiful master coin act performed to music.
I am very happy to show and explain this routine. This is a new version of my original routine, Florentine Assembly. I think this version is definitely better than the original one. At the beginning of the routine, I added a new production of 4 coins, using new techniques I have created in the last years. Very importantly: you'll find a new method for the final climax of the Jumbo coin. And thanks to this amazing method, and with this new version, the routine becomes a "coin- act", which can be presented live in any situation!
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Florida KeysGregory Wilson
Two borrowed keys link and unlink from a key ring.
Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.
runtime: 5 min 47 s
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Flush CutPeter Duffie
The spectator shuffles the deck and freely cuts it into four packets. When you turn over the top cards they can be anything you like it to be (the four aces, a royal flush, ...). (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)
runtime: 6min 24s
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Flushtration CountAllan Ackerman
This is a 1-x-x count developed by Canadian magician Norman Houghton around 1955 and popularized by Brother John Hamman. You repeatedly show the same card while tabling the others one by one. Very easy to do, but perhaps not that deceptive. Allan shares a nice touch to make this count quite a bit more deceptive.
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runtime: 1min 40s
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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.
Levitate small objects inside a water bottle or under a cup.
1st edition 2016, length 19 minutes.
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Flying CardMark Leveridge
Card to envelope.
A spectator gets the chance to perform his own magic trick. He genuinely freely selects any card and a sticker with his initials on is attached to the card's face. The card is then slipped into a pay envelope which has his initials added to the flap and address side to prevent it being switched out.
With a snap of his fingers, the spectator is going to attempt to make his signed card jump from the envelope and back into the deck's centre. However, after a couple of tries, nothing appears to have happened.
However, on removing the card from the initialled envelope it...
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Fooler Fooler FoolerJoseph B.
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Forecast: a prediction deckDave Forrest
With the 'FORECAST' deck you'll be performing the most unbelievable prediction effects with the greatest of ease. In the first effect included on this 15 minute instant download, you accurately predict a card that will be freely cut to and then, unbelieavbly, a second card that was just named.
In the second effect a spectator chooses any card - a completely FREE choice yet you produce an odd backed duplicate of that card from your pocket. The download will tell you everything you need to know including details on how to construct your own 'FORECAST ' deck - don't worry - it's cheap and easy...
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Fortune Teller WaitsMystic Alexandre
A strong, original, easy, self-working, playing card method and routine where you introduce fortune teller Lucia and tell the subject she had an interesting and peculiar way of doing fortune telling readings and you'd like to show it to them. The subject will have three important choices to make leading to a baffling and mysterious conclusion.
You can convincingly point out in the presentation that a different choice would've led to a different result. That's clear. Yet the whole thing seems to have been mysteriously ordained, and the subject is blessed with a positive message.
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Framing the QueenRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
A playing card is shown from both sides. The spectator initials the face of this card. Performer tears out two small rectangles from the inside of the card. One of these rectangular tear-outs has its center removed to create a little frame, which is freely shown. Magician folds this little frame over the center beam of the larger card frame and suddenly the little frame clearly hangs from the center beam of the larger frame. How did it get on there? This card, with linked little frame, can be handed out or given away as souvenir.
The performance is easy and does not require any complicated...
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Framing WashingtonRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
This is similar to Framing the Queen except you do it with a one dollar bill.
A dollar bill is shown from both sides. Performer tears out two small rectangles from the inside of the bill. One of these rectangular tear-outs has its center removed to create a little frame, which is freely shown. Magician folds this little frame over the center beam of the larger bill frame and eventually the little frame clearly hangs from the center beam of the larger frame. How did it get on there?
Note that it is not easy to prepare the gimmick. It is much easier to do this with a playing card. With a bill it will require...
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Frankenstein: card restorationBoiledz
This video is in Vietnamese. Instructions are translated to English by an interpreter.
A card is selected and signed. The magician tears out a corner of the card. Then the magician takes another corner with a different back and restores the selected card with that corner. The card can be examined. Detailed tutorial, making the gimmick, how to perform and variations.
1st edition 2016, length 23min
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Fred MiserRaymonde Crow
In the coin routine Fred Miser, three silver coins change to copper one at a time, and then back to silver. Although you will need gaffed coins (a sun and moon coin and a half dollar from an unexpanded shell set), the gaffs allow for very clean displays and make the routine relatively easy to perform. This is a coin routine performed in the hands, which automatically resets.
As an added bonus we have included Raymonde's handling for Royal Magic's "Coin Funnel," which is like a chop cop routine using ungaffed or even borrowed quarters, and ends with a surprise production. The routine is performed...
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Fred Outdone SquaredWolfgang Riebe
Based on the old 'Fred' card trick, Wolfgang launched his magician fooling version 'Fred Outdone' in 1990, causing a sensation amongst magicians and adding a unique twist in that the whole deck could be shown as a red back deck, except for the Fred card. In 2017 Wolfgang took the trick to new heights, hence the new 'Fred Outdone Squared' title.
It's as simple as any spectator naming any card, e.g. seven of hearts. The entire deck is shown to be red backs with different names on the back of each card. Even another seven can be shown to have a red back and different name. When the seven of...
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Free ChoiceLa Ville
Out of 52 cards the spectator names any card. The magician opens a deck of cards and shows all the cards are blue, except for the spectator's card. Its the only card with a red back.
This a another handling on the old "Invisible Deck - Brain Wave" card trick.
Features of Free Choice:
1st edition 2018, length 23 min
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Freeman Kosy RevelationAllan Ackerman
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Frique TechniqueScott Xavier
Learn the skills of the side show performer...
Within this 40 plus minute video, you will learn the skills to make a living as a side show magician and freak show performer.