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Allan Ackerman
Erdnase False Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

This is a tabled false riffle shuffle from The Expert at the Card Table by Erdnase.

runtime: 1min 15s

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Steven Youell
Erdnase on Edge by Steven Youell

Erdnase on Edge is a finessed Erdnase top palm.

runtime 5min 10s

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Allan Ackerman
Erdnase One-Handed Cut by Allan Ackerman

This is a one-handed cut from Expert at the Card Table by Erdnase.

runtime: 43s

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Steven Youell
Erdnase Top Palm by Steven Youell

runtime 1min 42s

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Miguel Angel Gea
Esencia del Vaso by Miguel Angel Gea

The master of the Spanish coinmagic presents one of the best routines of the symposium. Pure sleight of hand, pure magic and total enjoyment. A coins thru glass routine with seldom seen technique. A perfect lead in to a matrix or a four coin routine. Routine work at the table. Intermediate level.

length 10min

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Joseph B.
Esoteric ACAAN by Joseph B.

Esoteric ACAAN is an effect with two completely normal decks of cards. No gimmick. An original method to perform the famous Any Card At Any Number effect. The spectator will be able to name any card. Instant reset. It's really easy to do. No sleight of hand.

1st edition 2022, video 18:21

★★★★★ $7
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
ESP by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Here is a straight forward effect which is enabled by a clever gimmick. You ask somebody to think of any one of the five ESP symbols. Then you look deep into their eyes, read their mind, and commit by writing what you read in their mind on a little notebook. Then you ask them to reveal their thoughts. You will be able to show that you wrote down the same symbol.

  • No force. Any one of the five ESP symbols can be selected.
  • You are not limited to the ESP symbols. Any other small number of symbols, numbers, etc. can be used.
  • The notepad is gimmicked. It can be shown but not handed out.
  • A bit...
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Mark Leveridge
ESP Match Up Plus by Mark Leveridge

Two sets of five ESP cards are freely displayed, one set with red backs, the other with blue. The red set is given to the spectator who shuffles them, the magician mixing the blue set. One at a time the performer places his cards face down onto the table and each time the spectator then places one of his cards at random next to the performer's. When the pairs of cards are turned face up, all five sets are seen to have been put down in matching pairs!

This is a streamlined version of my card matching routine which has extra subtleties and a cleaner handling than earlier versions.

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Allan Ackerman
Evapor-ace-tion by Allan Ackerman

The four aces are shown. When they are counted and they reduce to three, then two, one and finally none. A few cuts and the aces are found again in the deck.

runtime: 3min 34s

★★★★ $4
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Joseph B.
Everybody's Fooled by Joseph B.

The method for this miracle is a miracle. So sneaky and ingenious and in many ways better than other gimmicks that have been used for this type of method. The gimmick is something that opens the door to new ideas because this technique is a very powerful weapon.

The title says it all. This effect will fool anyone. Even the most experienced magicians. A revolutionary and incredibly surprising technique. You will be able to find the card the spectator cuts to in a shuffled and borrowed deck, under incredibly impossible conditions. Really easy to do, no sleight of hand.

  • No marked cards ...
★★★★ $6
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Alan Rorrison
Evolution by Alan Rorrison

An offbeat effect, the head of a stick man that's drawn on a signed business card moves across the paper to another location. Effects where a drawing changes are always crowd pleasers. This one requires a flame from a cigarette lighter.

The principle, which was entirely new to me, is ingenious and allows you to create all kinds of variations. The underlying principle essentially allows you to vanish a drawing or piece of drawing at will. You can even draw in several colors. I already have a few ideas that I will explore. You will need an item that is readily available in any stationary shop...

★★★★ $12
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Peter Duffie
Explosion Pop by Peter Duffie

The three mates to a selected card pop out of the deck all at once. (Also part of Move Mastery 1.)

runtime: 2min 53s

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Mark Lemon
Eyrie by Mark Lemon

You, a spectator, a deck of cards, a miracle!

A spectator shuffles a deck of cards, you instruct them to hold the cards face up, under the table, so that only they can see them. Despite these test conditions, you apparently display a genuine feat of 'remote viewing' by attempting to name each card in turn, as if you are somehow able to 'see through the table'. With an accuracy way beyond the odds you are able to prove to your audience that they are witnessing a real demonstration of 'psychic' ability and what you claim to be true, must be possible.

This effect will completely 'blow away'...

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Kenton Knepper
EZ Torn & Restored Card by Kenton Knepper

Using only one card, this is probably the easiest and most deceptive Torn & Restored Card ever created. The ingenious creator of this is Ben Harris and he calls it Hoodwink. One could call this self-working, because all you do is fold, tear and open an ungimmicked card. It can't get any simpler and the effect is amazing.

Kenton adds his clever suggestive words that let the spectator dig his own hole of astonishment.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 6min 48s

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MS
EZ Wild by MS

You will need a gimmicked coin for this routine. Start with three half dollars and change them into copper coins.

EZ Wild is the easier wild coin effect. 3 coins, no extras. One by one changes into a copper coin, finishing with surprising backfire. New moves and sequences.

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
F.C.O.C. (Fairmagic's Card on Ceiling) by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

An interesting evolution of the classic "card to ceiling effect". Two cards are involved.

The first card appears on the ceiling as in the classic card to ceiling effect. A little later, a second card is selected from which a corner is torn off. This card is now suddenly on the ceiling where the first card was before. Alternatively, you could use a wall or a pane of glass.

1st edition 2022, video 38:38.

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Joseph B.
Face to Face Location & Spectator's Revenge by Joseph B.

Two outstanding effects. The first effect is totally impromptu and can be done with a borrowed shuffled deck. It is completely hands-off. This is an impossible location that will fool even fellow magicians. You will get phenomenal reactions from your spectators.

The second effect is called the spectator's revenge because he will find his own card. This is a really fun and surprising routine.

Everything is explained in detail. You may need to buy something extra in order to perform the second effect - Spectator's revenge.

1st edition 2021, video 19:24

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Rich Marotta
Fair is Fair by Rich Marotta

A deck is shuffled by a spectator. A card is picked in a fair and open manner. The card is returned and the deck is shuffled again by the spectator. The performer takes out four cards, one of the four is the spectator chosen card. The chosen card vanishes leaving only three cards in the performer's hands. The card appears face-up in the tabled deck.

runtime: 11min 58s

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Kevin Parker
Fair Mix by Kevin Parker

Kevin Parker has created a prediction effect that is too impossible to be true: you predict where their card will land in a shuffled deck (*this many* cards down in the deck), mixed in someone's hat to eliminate false shuffling in the hands.

This uses no gimmicks and no trick decks. Use your hat or their's, no specific type. Very practical.

  • Spectator can assist the shuffle in hat.
  • Use anyone's hat, even your's, no specific type.
  • Easy, a complete beginner could do it.

1st edition 2018, length 10 min

$8.50
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Zaw Shinn
Fake Border by Zaw Shinn

A visual partial vanish of a playing card.

Performer holds a playing card in front of his body. Suddenly most of the card vanishes leaving only the border behind.

This requires the usual supplies and arts and crafts for gaffing cards, plus a black background like a black T-shirt.

1st edition 2022, video 27:24

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Zaw Shinn
Fake Border 2.0 by Zaw Shinn

A super visual partial vanish of a playing card.

Performer holds an empty card frame in one hand and a playing card in the other. By moving the playing card behind the frame the back of the playing card partially vanishes only leaving its frame visible. This looks incredible since the cards can be moved around and everything looks as it should. One could suspect CGI, but everything is achieved with gaffed cards and sleight of hand.

This requires the usual supplies and arts and crafts for gaffing cards, plus a black background like a black T-shirt.

1st edition 2022, video 33:40

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Zaw Shinn
Fake Border Revamped by Zaw Shinn

The magician holds a card in front of his body and with a wave of the hand, the center vanishes only leaving the border.

This is an improvement to the older version because it does not require a black background. You will need the usual supplies and arts and crafts for gaffing cards.

1st edition 2022, video 19:20

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Allan Ackerman
Fake Center Deal by Allan Ackerman

Use the Minus One Bottom Deal as a fake center deal. (You will need the description of the Minus One Bottom Deal to perform this move.)

runtime: 32s

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Allan Ackerman
Fan Glimpse by Allan Ackerman

Once you have mastered the Maintain Break With Fan technique you can use this idea to rather glimpse a card than keep the break.

runtime: 44s

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