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Michael Close
Dancers at the End of Time by Michael Close

A wonderful card routine with a musically themed presentation. You first produce the four Aces. The Aces capture the four Kings, and after an interlude where the Aces and Kings change place, all eight cards change to eight Jokers.

This effect is also taught on Michael Close Signature Effects.

★★★★★ $5
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Peter Duffie
Dapeeko by Peter Duffie

Turn a selected card secretly face-up in the face-down deck. (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)

runtime: 5min 3s

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Darwin Ortiz
Darwin's Aces by Darwin Ortiz

The four aces are removed from the deck and three spectators freely choose one card each. The three spectator cards are lost in the deck. Then one by one the four aces vanish to reappear face up in the deck and sandwiched between them the three spectator cards.

You will need to be able to do a pinky count, a sidesteal color change, and a cover pass. False shuffles are optional.

runtime: 11min 3s

★★★★★ $6
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Allan Ackerman
Deceptive Perception by Allan Ackerman

This is an updated handling of a Le Paul effect. A blue and a red-backed deck are used. The spectator selects a card from the blue-backed deck. This card is mixed into a small packet of red-backed cards. Magically the back colors change and suddenly the selected card has a red back and the other cards are now all blue-backed.

runtime: 5min 8s

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Peter Duffie
Deck Switch by Peter Duffie

A deck switch with two different cover actions, one an overhand shuffle, the other a cut. (Also part of Move Mastery 2.)

runtime: 10min 7s

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Lee Earle
Deja-Vu-Ing by Lee Earle

Before the show you mail or give a spectator an envelope for safe keeping. At the show the spectator opens the envelope to find another smaller envelope inside. In this smaller envelope are three little pieces of paper. On these pieces of paper the performer recorded three dreams a few days earlier. The performer's dreams match the front page of today's newspaper as well as two spectator's thoughts.

runtime: 24min 44s

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Dave Forrest
DeLorian: signed card under cellophane by Dave Forrest

DeLorian is a show stopping ‘Signed Card to Impossible Location’ effect that can be performed at any time during your act with any freely selected card! And, it’s just as easy to do as it is absolutely stunning!

"I must say, pulling that card out of the cellophane looks fu**in' great!" - Cameron Francis

"A fun trick with a novel presentation and an intriguing method. You've proved that a good trick is all in the details!" - Andi Gladwin

The DeLorian gimmick allows you to apparently remove a folded card from under the cellophane of the card case in a natural and completely deceptive way. There’s...
★★★★★ $12.87
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David Jonathan
Destined by David Jonathan

The spectator finds their card in an incredible way, with a stunning kicker revelation.

The jokers are given to a spectator to hold, then a card is selected. The chosen card is shuffled and lost in the deck. The cards are spread face down and the spectator freely inserts the jokers face up around any single card, isolating it from the rest. This mystery card is now turned over to reveal that, incredibly, it is their selected card. The effect could end right here, but in an unexpected finale, the jokers are turned over to reveal a jaw-dropping prediction.

  • Any deck can be used
  • No gimmicks ...
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Mario Tarasini
Detective by Mario Tarasini

The spectator chooses one card and signs it. The magician tears off the corner of that card and places the card in the middle of a deck. The corner visually disappears and appears on top of the chosen card - right in the middle of the deck.

1st edition 2020, length 15 min.

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Allan Ackerman
Devilish Miracle by Allan Ackerman

Two cards are peeked at. Performer selects a few cards from the pack an shows them. One spectator notes that his card is among the ones shown. When the cards are shown again, the spectator card is missing and reappears in the other portion of the deck whereas the other spectator's card has magically appeared face down in the first packet.

This is a plot by Carmen D'Amico and Ed Marlo.

runtime: 6min 27s

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Chris Congreave
Diception by Chris Congreave

Showing that your deck is mixed and ordinary, you also show a card with a prediction written on the back. The spectator chooses a card completely at random, by rolling 1, 2 or 3 dice. You deal to their number (no force). When you reveal the prediction you have not only predicted their chosen card, but also what number they rolled on the dice.

You will need a blue and a red deck (or any two decks with matching faces but different backs) to make this yourself. No arts and craft, just a sharpie and a bit of writing. The dice are optional. You can use real dice, you can use a dice app on your...

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Allan Ackerman
Difference Between a Change and a Switch by Allan Ackerman

If you don't know what distinguishes a Change from a Switch you might want to listen to this video clip. Allan demonstrates the difference between a Change and a Switch. We are talking pure terminology here - no moves will be taught.

runtime: 1min 14s

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Paul Gordon
Diminishing Not Likely by Paul Gordon

Spectator freely chooses a card. The performer looses the card in the deck and takes the top 4 cards, and then shows each of the four cards as being the chosen card. Weird. For the finale the four cards turn into the four aces. A fast and very visual routine.

1st edition 2017, length 5 min

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Allan Ackerman
Discrepant Switch Out by Allan Ackerman

Another switch of a sandwiched card by Allan Ackerman. It uses the same setup as the Switch Out Count.

runtime: 1min 21s

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Tom Phoenix
Divide and Conquer by Tom Phoenix

This is a series of methods for taking a spectator-shuffled deck and sorting it into piles of red and black - while blindfolded.

And one of the methods (as shown in the demo) gives you the ability to identify the suit and value of each card of a borrowed, shuffled deck, requiring no memorization.

There are six methods in total, three of which use "special" decks (can still be used for your other card magic), and the other two use borrowed decks. All of them can be done blindfolded.

1st edition 2017, length 29 min

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Scott Creasey
DIY I-Pad: Do It Yourself Impression Pad by Scott Creasey
"That's Absolutely brilliant, I'm soooo going to be using that!" - Iain Moran

"Bloody Genius" - Tony McMylor

"Love It" - Peter Arcane

For the first time ever, in this 30 minute video, Scott explains and demonstrates how to manufacture the cheap and easy to use, real time impression pad he has been using for years. Once you have the materials together (they are cheap and widely available) and have watched this video, you will be able to produce one of these pads in about ten to fifteen minutes.

If you can use a pair of scissors and tape, you can make "The DIY I-Pad"

No special...

★★★★ $34
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Peter Pellikaan
Dollar Cards by Peter PellikaanFour cards change faces and backs and then change into paper money.

1st edition 2011, video 6:34

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Peter Pellikaan
Dollar Care by Peter Pellikaan

Show four bills of paper money from both sides and change them into four aces, which you again show from both sides, in a flash.

1st edition 2021, length 1 min 49s.

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Allan Ackerman
Don't Think Out Loud by Allan Ackerman

A spectator peeks at a card and performer knows which card was peeked at. This is done twice in a row and both times the performer is correct.

runtime: 3min 9s

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Allan Ackerman
Double Ace Production by Allan Ackerman

This production allows you to produce eight cards in total.

runtime: 2min 41s

$3
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Allan Ackerman
Double and Triple Fake Cut by Allan Ackerman

Using a swing cut action, Allan teaches a double and a triple false cut to be used while seated at the table.

runtime: 1min 14s

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Allan Ackerman
Double Deal by Allan Ackerman

The double deal is to secretly deal the bottom card together with the top card. Here Allan combines the dealing action with turning the card(s) face up on the deck revealing the bottom card.

runtime: 1min 15s

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Allan Ackerman
Double Deal Count by Allan Ackerman

This is a fairly easy false count but nevertheless very deceptive. It allows you to count less cards than you deal on the table.

runtime: 1min 32s

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Allan Ackerman
Double Double Toss by Allan Ackerman

This move allows you to toss two doubles on the table. It is essentially a double Schwarzman Long Toss and looks amazing - a great magician fooler.

runtime: 53s

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