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Allan Ackerman
Stop! by Allan Ackerman

Spectator chooses a card, remembers it, and the card is lost in the deck. Then the performer places cards one by one on the table until the spectator says: "Stop!". Magically the spectator has stopped exactly at his chosen card.

This version of the Stop trick uses the Benzais Cop to achieve the effect.

runtime: 1min 49s

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Allan Ackerman
Stover Fake Cut by Allan Ackerman

An idea by Mel Stover, this false cut is an optical illusion.

runtime: 44s

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Peter Pellikaan
Strange Cards by Peter Pellikaan

You start out showing two seven of diamonds, one ace of spades and one ace of clubs. But in the process of showing them or turning them over they all become aces of spades, aces of clubs, or seven of diamonds. Best to watch the demo video below.

1st edition 2023, video 4:48.

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Peter Pellikaan
Strangeee by Peter Pellikaan

Two cards are face-down on the table next to each other. When you turn over the first one it is blank on its face. When you turn over the second one a big hole appears in the center. When you turn them back face-down the big hole vanishes. It can hardly get any stranger.

1st edition 2024, video 2:03.

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Peter Duffie
Stranger in a Gangsta's Paradise by Peter Duffie

No Gaffs or Duplicates. This is a reworked version of "The Case in Hand" that appeared in Duffie's Card Compulsions. You tell a story of a stranger and a gang of four in an unpleasant neighborhood. The gang needs to defend their turf but the stranger with the help of two body guards finds a clever place to hide.

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Zaw Shinn
Straw by Zaw Shinn

Vanish a plastic drinking straw.

The vanish is accomplished with a pull. The details of the hookup and presentation are taught in the video.

1st edition 2023, video 10 min.

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Alan Rorrison
Stretch by Alan Rorrison

A lovely card stretching routine - very simple to do, because a little something does most of the work for you.

Have a card selected (totally free choice) and draw a happy stick figure on the back of the card. The spectator can even sign the back, too. Then you place the card back on the top of the back and add another card on top of it - the stretch box. You now stretch the card with the signature clearly showing. At the end, simply square up table the top card, the stretch box, and hand out the selected with the stick figure as a souvenir.

This is very simple, no difficult sleights,...

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Mario Tarasini
Stretch by Mario Tarasini

The magician shows a card with a hole in it. He grabs the hole and stretches it. After a moment the hole morphs back to its original shape. But that is not all. The magician slowly peels the hole from the card - the hole becomes a sticker and the card is solid, restored to its normal state.

Both sides of the card can be shown (from some distance). The hole just disappears. Additional supplies may be needed in order to perform the effect. Requires arts and crafts to prepare the gimmick.

1st edition 2020, length 25 min.

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Allan Ackerman
Strike Bottom Deal by Allan Ackerman

The strike bottom deal is less versatile and needs a lot of practice to get right. It can be performed from an Erdnase grip or a standard mechanics grip.

runtime: 2min 2s

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Allan Ackerman
Strike Center Deal by Allan Ackerman

The center deal is a tough move. This strike center deal is probably one of the easier ways to achieve a center deal. Using this deal Allan teaches a center deal demonstration where you only need to deal one card from the center and the rest comes from the top - making it a lot easier to perform.

runtime: 3min 5s

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Allan Ackerman
Strike Second Deal by Allan Ackerman

The strike second is the most basic and also the easiest of the second deal variations.

runtime: 2min 58s

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Peter Duffie
Strike Second Deal (Duffie) by Peter Duffie

Duffie teaches a strike second deal. (Also part of Move Mastery 3.)

runtime: 5min 18s

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Allan Ackerman
Strip Out Multiple Shift by Allan Ackerman

This move is done on the table. Allan teaches two variations, one to control the cards to the top and the other to control them to the bottom.

runtime: 2min 27s

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Allan Ackerman
Strip-Out False Shuffle by Allan Ackerman

This is a table full deck false riffle shuffle that comes from the gambling world. It is explained in Expert Card Technique by Hugard and Braue.

runtime: 2min 52s

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Allan Ackerman
Stud One-Handed Bottom Deal by Allan Ackerman

Allan teaches a nice and smooth one-handed stud bottom deal that can also be used as force.

runtime: 1min 11s

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Allan Ackerman
Stud Second Deal by Allan Ackerman

Stud means that the cards are turned face-up during dealing. Allan teaches here a strike stud second deal.

runtime 1min 8s

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Martin Lewis
Sucker Silks by Martin Lewis

A very commercial routine where all is in the delivery and the script. Martin starts with a lovely Ping Pong ball gag. The main effect is the classic push a white handkerchief into your fist and pull out a red one. The method should be clear to everybody even though Martin will explain the basic mechanism and move. What you learn here are the lines and little bits of business that make this a commercial routine.

runtime: 6min 16s

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MS
Summer Vanish by MS

A visual single coin vanish employing the Curl Palm and Mutobe Palm.

"Yes, this is very well done and quite clever." - Marion Boykin

"His technique is very different than the ones I have seen." - Vinny Marini

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Peter Pellikaan
Super Printing by Peter Pellikaan

You start with four blank cards and show them from both sides to be blank. Suddenly backs appear, faces appear, and you finish with yet another change of the back designs.

You will need three jacks or three cards with identical faces but different backs. You will also need three blank cards, two of which have the same back, and one a different back. You will also need a piece of hard wax which Peter uses to prepare one card.

1st edition 2024, video 2:34.

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Sandeep
Surp'Rise by Sandeep

Imagine borrowing a ring and causing it to rise all the way and stand by itself in your hand. Now imagine doing it without using any threads, magnets, elastics, rubber-bands and electronics. With Surp'Rise you can achieve this. You literally "Breath Life Into the Ring".

Here is What happens:

Borrow a ring and place it in your hand. Tell that you are going to breath life into it. Now blow on it and cause it to rise all the way until it stands.

Consider this:

  • No threads, magnets, rubbers, elastics or electronics
  • Everything is under your complete control.
  • Everything is examinable. ...
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Boiledz
Survive by Boiledz

This video is in Vietnamese. Instructions are translated to English by an interpreter.

The selected card is lost in the deck. The magician takes a pencil and stabs through the center of the deck. Every single card is destroyed, but one card remains unharmed, that's the selected card.

  • The deck can be examined
  • No force

1st edition 2016, length 12min

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Nefesch
Sweet Card by Nefesch

A sweet revelation of a selected card. The Magician offers a beverage to the spectator. The spectator selects a card and the magician explains to him that he found out that cold beverages are much better if you add some sugar to them. The reaction of the sugar causes the sugar to form the shape of the selected card at the inside bottom of the glass.

An alternative presentational angle could be that you have caused some of that massive amount of sugar already in the soft drink to fall out at the bottom and form an image of the selected card.

No matter how you want to spin the story, this...

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Allan Ackerman
Swing Cut Bottom Palm by Allan Ackerman

Palm the bottom cards during a swing cut. This move was developed by Allan Ackerman.

runtime: 2min 1s

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Allan Ackerman
Switch Out Count by Allan Ackerman

This is an idea by Steve Freeman to switch out one card that is sandwiched between two other cards.

runtime: 1min 32s

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