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Allan Ackerman
Braue Reversal 1 & 2 by Allan Ackerman

You will learn two basic card reversals by Fred Braue.

runtime: 2min 30s

$2.50
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Alan Rorrison
Broken Home by Alan Rorrison

Borrow a set of keys. Break off the tip of a key clearly showing the broken key still on the key ring. Then mend the key and return all keys in perfect condition back to the spectator.

This is a very visual quick effect to impress your audience and set the right mood for more miracles to come.

runtime: 6min 35s

$10
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Zaw Shinn
Burma by Zaw Shinn

Visual card to paper money transposition.

The performer shows a card and with one quick movement, the card has changed to a paper money bill. The usual supplies and arts and crafts for gaffing playing cards are required to make the gimmick.

1st edition 2022, video 25:17.

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Zaw Shinn
Burmese Change by Zaw Shinn

Burmese Change is a triple card change using a gimmick and sleight-of-hand.

Spectator signs a card which is returned to the deck. The magician takes a random card and the card changes two times in to different cards, and the third change is when a random card changes in to the card signed by the spectator. After the trick, the card can be given to the spectator as a souvenir.

Requires the preparation of a gimmick which is three cards thick.

1st edition 2020, video 13 min.

$14.99
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Zaw Shinn
Burmese Vanish 2 by Zaw Shinn

If you didn't like Burmese Change because of the setup, then here is a different way you may like much better. Zaw Shinn has created this version in pursuit to find the most practical and visual effect he can perform up close in front of the camera. This vanish is easy to do and it looks like CGI. No fancy set up is required and the materials to make the gimmick can easily be found.

1st edition 2020, video 17 min 27s.

$14.99
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Brian Kennedy
Business Change by Brian Kennedy

The magician says he has a prediction written which he will get back to. A card is selected, noted and lost back into the pack. The magician says he will make the selection jump to the top of the deck. It is the wrong card. The magician shows his written prediction. It doesn't match the top card, but it is the selected card predicted ahead of time. The magician places the indifferent card into the spectator's hand. He waves his business card over the indifferent card. It visually morphs into the indifferent card. Spectator opens their hands. they are now holding their selected card.

  • multiple...
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Sandeep
C Through by Sandeep

C Through is an effect where you visually push a torn off corner of a spectator's selected card into an empty tic tac box. The spectator can check the corner to confirm that it matches their card.

  1. No gimmicks
  2. Visual and direct
  3. Everything is examinable
  4. The spectator can hold the box and can keep it after the effect
  5. You can also do it with bills
  6. Easy to do
  7. Quick reset

1st edition 2016, length 7min 44s

$6
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Raymonde Crow
California Gang Knives by Raymonde Crow

California Gang Knives, Raymonde Crowe's routine for the color-changing knives, includes two new sleights. The routine includes a comedy presentation, bonus comedy lines, and ends strong when a knife magically shrinks into a miniature knife. At the finale you are automatically reset. California Gang Knives can be performed in short sleeves and jeans.

My aim in this routine was to move beyond repetitive color changes, and over-reliance on the paddle/turnover move, and to conclude the routine strongly. I also wanted to move beyond just describing black and white knives changing places, but...

★★★★★ $5
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Viet Uy
Call Demons by Viet Uy

Note that the explanation is purely visual with some captions.

Have a telephone call appear on your phone at will. This does not require an app. You will need a Bluetooth speaker or music-player.

1st edition 2018, length 3 min 27 s

★★★★ $5
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Roberto Giobbi
Calling the Cards by Roberto Giobbi

Live from the European Close-up Magic Symposium 2012. This is a wonderful sleight-less classic card routine that Giobbi has polished to a fine sheen with added psychological subtleties and a logical and meaningful presentation.

A brand new deck of cards, still wrapped in cellophane and sealed, is shuffled by different spectators. 10 cards are selected by a spectator. Roberto then divines each card without touching anything. The last card is revealed with a prediction and a duplicate of the last card is also found in the prediction envelope.

Performance duration: 9 minutes
Explanation...

★★★★★ $9.95
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Peter Pellikaan
Cannibal Cards by Peter Pellikaan

Four queens consume three selected cards which have been chosen by a spectator.

You will need:

  • 3 extra 9s with two of them having Queens on their backs (double facers)
  • 2-as-4 Count
  • Elmsley Count
  • Pelli Spread

length 3min 20s

$8.50
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Allan Ackerman
Cannibal Kings by Allan Ackerman

The four kings are shown and pronounced to be cannibals. A random card is pushed between the four kings and vanishes. The kings have eaten the card. This happens a few more times until the kings ate too much and change to the four Eights.

runtime: 9min 22s

★★★★ $4
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Deepak Mishra
Capsoul by Deepak Mishra

Turn a cap into a magic prop and have cards appear and change. For example, you can use it for a kind of 'card stabbing' routine where you spring the cards and catch one card in your cap. Or have one card visually change into another. To make the gimmicks requires some arts and crafts, but nothing too complicated and no supplies you wouldn't likely already have.

The separate effects are:

  • Flick
  • Stabbed
  • I-tap
  • Spinner

Not all gimmicks can be incorporated into the same cap and thus not all effects shown could be done with just one cap.

Deepak also explains a lovely linking effect...

$19.95
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Card Corner in Phone by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Effect: The performer shows a video that displays various card values. A spectator mentally selects one, then mentally tears off a corner of the selected card, and that card corner appears in the phone.

To perform this effect all you need is a phone that can play back an MP4 video. This is not an app and can therefore be performed on pretty much any modern smart phone. Please note that in most cases the card corner will appear in the video that is played back. In some cases the card corner will materialize as actual card corner.

1st edition 2019, length 7:41

$8
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Mario Tarasini
Card Guillotine by Mario Tarasini

The Card Guillotine is one of the most visual, mysterious and interesting card tricks. Mario Tarasini has brought it back to life. This is a new method that, when applied, can make the trick even more interesting and can fool any magician. The trick can also be performed with the spectators finger. Requires arts and crafts to make the gimmick.

1st edition 2020, video 11 min.

$13
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Allan Ackerman
Card in Wallet by Allan Ackerman

The 'card to wallet' effect is one of those all-time classic magic effects. It is probably the best application for palming. A spectator freely selects a card, signs it, shuffles the pack, and magically the chosen and signed card ends up in a zippered compartment in your wallet.

runtime: 2min 49s

$4
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Card on Cap by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Have a spectator select a card (for one version it is a free choice, for a second version it has to be forced), have it signed, apparently loose it in the deck, and then you either spring the cards onto your baseball cap, or fan the cards before the cap and the previously selected card will appear to be attached to the top knob of your baseball cap.

Ralf explains how you have to gimmick the cap, and he will demonstrate several ideas and handlings of how you can perform this routine.

1st edition 2019, length 30 min.

$6
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Card Sculptures by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Seven fascinating and beautiful sculptures you can create from playing cards. "4 Way Card Henge" is out of this world - an incredible 3D sculpture made from a single playing card. All of these sculptures look impossible to make without gluing, but there are no secret cuts and and no glue is used. You merely cut and fold the card(s) the way Ralf teaches you in detail in the video. For the models that need more than a simple cut you will also receive PDF cutting templates.

  • 4 Way Card Henge
  • Card Fan
  • Checker Card
  • Circle
  • Inside Out Card
  • Knot Link
  • Looped

1st edition 2019, length 46:52

$12
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Allan Ackerman
Card Through Table by Allan Ackerman

This is a routine by Carmen D'Amico. The effect is exactly what the title says. The performer passes a freely selected and ungimmicked card three times right through the table.

runtime: 3min 4s

★★★★ $4
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Hans Trixer & Wolfgang Riebe
Card to Paper Wallet by Hans Trixer & Wolfgang Riebe

There are so many versions of the Card in Wallet - yet none as unique as this one. A freely signed and selected card appears in a paper wallet that happens to be a sheet of paper openly folded into the shape of a wallet right in front of the spectator.

Forget leather wallets. Forget trick wallets. No duplicates, just plain powerful magic with a regular deck and a sheet of A4/US-letter paper that is folded into a wallet. The 'simplicity' of the wallet and the fact that the spectator checks everything themselves makes this effect mind-blowing.

Original concept by Hans Trixer and developed...

$20 $15
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Allan Ackerman
Card Under Drink by Allan Ackerman

The 'card under drink' plot was made famous by Heba Haba Al (Al Andrucci) in the 1960s. Ever since it has been a favorite of bar magicians all over the world. Here Allan teaches a version that uses a misdirective idea by John Bannon. The effect is clear and devastating. A chosen card unexpectedly ends up under a drink (glass, can, etc.).

runtime: 2min 11s

★★★★ $4
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Mario Tarasini
Card Warp Change by Mario Tarasini

Effect: Magician folds the card and it slowly changes to another. After the change you can give the card to a spectator as a souvenir.

  • You will make the gimmick in under a minute
  • Very easy to perform
  • Magician's fooler

length 4min 45s.

$14.99
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Thanh Leeto & Sam Hoang
Card: penetration effect by Thanh Leeto & Sam Hoang

Please note that this video is in Vietnamese. However, the instructions to make the gimmick and how to perform it are all clearly presented visually.

A card, knife or other flat object penetrates another card.

1st edition 2018, length 8 min

$11
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Steven Youell
Cardini Multiple Shift by Steven Youell

A multiple shift allows you to control several cards inserted at different places in the deck to the bottom or top of the deck.

runtime 12min

$3
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