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Zaw Shinn
Shake to Love by Zaw Shinn

The performer shows the back of a playing card. Suddenly the card has transformed into a foam heart. This is based on a black art principle and thus requires a black background. Arts and crafts are necessary to construct the gimmick.

1st edition 2022, video 24:34

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Zaw Shinn
At Air by Zaw Shinn

Throw a playing card into the air and have it vanish.

The method is based on the black art principle and thus requires a black background such as a black T-shirt. The gimmick requires several supplies you may need to purchase and arts and crafts to construct it.

1st edition 2022, video 15:43

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Zaw Shinn
Coke by Zaw Shinn

The magician draws a coke can on the back of a playing card. With a wave of his hand, the card changes to a real coke can.

Please note that this only works from a very narrow viewing angle and thus can only be successfully performed when a camera is between the performer and the spectator which allows precise control of the viewing direction. The gimmick is easy to make.

1st edition 2022, video 13:11

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Joseph B.
Maybe You Think by Joseph B.

Determine the card selected and the sum cast with two dice in a novel and very deceptive way.

You show a deck of cards, shuffle it and while you look away the spectator throws the two dice, adds the points shown, removes that many cards and remembers the lowest card in the removed packet. The dice are covered so that the performer can't see them. Now comes the unusual thing. The removed packet is inserted by the spectator somewhere in the middle of the pack. Then the spectator cuts and with a rosetta shuffle the cards are shuffled. This is immediately followed by any number of riffle and...

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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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Peter Pellikaan
4 as 8 count by Peter Pellikaan

You count 8 cards but in fact are only showing four cards, hiding four other cards in the process.

1st edition 2024, video 4:15.

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Alexander de Cova
Lager Switch by Alexander de Cova

This has nothing to do with Lager Beer, but a lot with David Regal. REGAL read backwards is LAGER and that's where the name comes from. David's excellent "Clarity Box" that he marketed was the inspiration, in fact I actually use his box in this video (although you could use any container or suitable drinking glass).

This is my handling with the UNPREPARED crystal box, acchieving the same result: a folded card, which has been in full view inside the box is switched out for a signed card. This is a no-frill switch for the worker with a heavy rentention of vision aspect to it.

Of course, it could be...

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Joseph B.
Spectator Cuts to 4 Sandwich by Joseph B.

The spectator's cut to the four sandwiches is a succession of magical effects. The magician takes his two lucky cards from the deck: the two of hearts and the two of diamonds. The spectator examines the two cards. The magician shuffles the deck and asks the spectator to cut it into four piles. This is where the fun part begins. Each time the magician approaches the two lucky cards to one of the piles, a card will mysteriously appear between the two lucky cards. The first will be a King, the second as well, and so on until you have the four Kings. It is not finished. Immediately the magician...

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Zaw Shinn
Floating by Zaw Shinn

A spectator card is floating over the deck instantly. This effect was inspired by several classic versions from different magicians but this one uses a different gimmick. Easy to create. Easy to perform. Requires some arts and crafts to construct the gimmick.

1st edition 2022, video 23:45.

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Zaw Shinn
Balancing by Zaw Shinn

Balance small objects on the edge of a card. The gimmick is easy to make but finicky to use. Also, watch your angles. Great for one-on-one or video shots but not so great with multiple spectators. The gimmick does not involve a thread, reel, or magnets.

1st edition 2022, video 12:10.

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Zaw Shinn
Shake by Zaw Shinn

A magician holds a card and then changes it to a poker chip, paper money, a coin, or any small flat object. The method is based on a black-art principle and thus best suited for a stage or video performance where lighting and angles can be controlled well. Making the gimmick involves arts and crafts.

1st edition 2022, video 23:04.

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Sam Hoang
3 Leaves Post Devil by Sam Hoang

This video has no spoken instructions. You get visual video instructions plus some captions.

This is a gimmick to visually change the middle card of a three card display.

1st edition 2016, length 6min 52s

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Ravi Mayar
Credit Theft by Ravi Mayar

Borrow a credit card and show the strips found on back of the card. Now just with your finger tips peel the identity strip completely off, restore it and return the card with your hands completely empty. A timely presentation around the issue of identity theft.

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Ravi Mayar
Quick Tac by Ravi Mayar

Physically impossible! Show a sealed tic tac box, show a ten pence coin, then spit blow the ten pence into the sealed tic tac box and hand it out to the spectator.

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Ravi Mayar
Voodoo Match by Ravi Mayar

Scream then an eery silence! Show a zippo lighter (any lighter) and a box of matches. Have the spectator take out a match and close their hand around it. "Do you believe in voodoo!?" The spectator opens their hand to discover the match is now half burnt. Relight the half burnt match in their hands.

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Deepak Mishra
NP Technique by Deepak Mishra

One advanced coin move - three awesome applications

NP technique is a coin move with three applications:

  • TRACELESS VANISH - An Impossible looking Coin vanish at your finger tips.
  • BRUSH CHANGE - Your fingers act like a brush for a color change.
  • COIN BEND - A visual coin bend. (NOTE: No wire/gimmick/no sleeving. This is 100% pure sleight of hand.)
[Note: You will need to wear a shirt with a shirt pocket to perform this move.]

1st edition 2014, length 14 min 40 s.

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Sam Hoang
Magic with Coin by Sam Hoang

This video is in Vietnamese. There are no English subtitles and there is no English translation, but you can visually see how the effect works.

An impossible penetration of a coin through a water bottle. Requires special coin and gimmick.

1st edition 2016, length 3min

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Deepak Mishra & Piklumagic
Madcap Boy by Deepak Mishra & Piklumagic

Signed transposition that happens in your cap.

Imagine spectator signs a random selected card and places it into your cap. Just a shake and that signed card turns into a deck of cards and appears in your other hand.

1st edition 2017, length 11 min

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Aarsh Shah & Piklumagic
Vibgyor by Aarsh Shah & Piklumagic

6 colourful colour card changes like never before.

Vibgyor is a colorful journey created and cherished from the mind of Aarsh Shah that contains color changes that requires nothing but your hand and deck of playing cards. Piklumagic brings this journey that includes six colorful destinations which are creative an very visual and can be performed anywhere and anytime.

  • Voigre
  • Inlet
  • Blurple
  • Grellow
  • Yelue
  • Bonus (or "T3")

1st edition 2017, length 17 min

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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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Peki
Drunken Cork & Heart in Love by Peki

You get two floating object performances by Peki. One is the fun "Drunken Bottle Cork" and the other a poetic "Heart in Love" routine.

Please remember that you will only get the performances and no explanations. But if you know Peki's thread and method these two routines serve as further examples of what is possible with such a wonderful close-up floatation method. Please refer to Dance of the Butterfly, The Dancing Handkerchief or The Fairytale of the Silver Pearl for details on the thread and the method used by Peki.

runtime: 2min 31s

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Jack Carpenter
An Impulsive Premonition by Jack Carpenter

Spectator merely thinks of any card out of 52 and that card is the only one with a different back than the rest of the deck. But what if the spectator would have named another card? To demonstrate the performer takes another card and visually moves the off color back from the first selection to the new one. A very visual and stunning transformation.

runtime 9 min 32s.

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J. C. Wagner
Glass Through Bar by J. C. Wagner

Glass through table is a classic of magic that is at least a hundred years old. You can even find it described in children magic books. The key to this effect is misdirection which requires a good amount of showmanship and spectator handling. Otherwise it is pure simplicity. With the tips and presentation by J.C. Wagner you will turn this classic into a modern and entertaining miracle.

runtime 6min 30s

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Dave Forrest
Positive Thinking by Dave Forrest

Inspired by an effect by Max Maven. If you like these type of effects also make sure to check out Assertive Positive Negative by Scott F. Guinn.

Effect: You place a folded business card - a prediction - on the table in full view. Your spectator is asked to imagine three coins. They are then asked to select one of the coins, toss it in the air and catch it, calling heads or tails. Let's imagine they call tails! You open your prediction - inside you have accurately predicted both the denomination of the coin they imagined and whether it would land heads or tails!

Inspired by Max Maven's effect 'Positive/Negative', this is the ultimate 'packs...

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